The museum houses lots of rich history of our beautiful North Clark County area. To do research, the museum is open every Saturday, noon to 4 p.m. You will be surprised at what you can learn and put to good use regarding the BPA placing their lines in our area!
History of The Amboy Evangelical United Brethren Church
Reverend Dora Young came to Clark County in 1907 to take charge of the View United Brethren Church, known as the Hazen Chapel.
While pastor there, she began her most notable service. On March 1st, 1909, she walked to Amboy and organized a Sunday School.
Click this link to read more and search their Web site: http://www.amboywa.com/history.htm
A preservation easement is a voluntary legal agreement that protects a significant historic, archaeological, or cultural resource. An easement provides assurance to the owner of a historic or cultural property that the property's intrinsic values will be preserved through subsequent ownership. In addition, the owner may obtain substantial tax benefits. An entire historic structure or just the facade or interior may qualify.
Click this link for the full article: http://www.dahp.wa.gov/pages/HistoricSites/Easements.htm
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