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Charles Green Caples House Museum

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A carriage house, the children's quarters in an attic, a pioneer tool shed, and a country store are all owned and operated by the Daughters of the American Revolution. The two-story house was built by Dr Caples, who came to Oregon Territory by wagon train in 1844 as a boy of twelve. It's a good example of an American pioneer home.

The Knapp Social Center is also located on the property. It is a separate building available for rent for receptions, family reunions, and more.

Location: 1915 1st St, Columbia City Oregon 97018 Telephone 503-397-5390

Other History nearby:
(Portland) American Advertising Museum
(Carver) Baker Cabin
(Washougal) Camas-Washougal Historical Soc. Museum
(Cascade Locks) Cascade Locks Historical Museum
(Castle Rock) Castle Rock Exhibit Hall
(Columbia City) Charles Green Caples House Museum

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03/09 Coming to The Columbia City area
Water Music Festival Seaview WA April1 The Water Music Festival is an all-volunteer non-profit organization dedicated to bringing quality chamber music to the Lower Columbia River Region.
Astoria-Warrenton Crab and Seafood Festival Warrenton OR April26 Crab and seafood as well as entertainment. Listen to the Astoria HS Jazz Band on Sunday.
Grays Harbor Shorebird Festival Hoquiam WA April26-28 Witness the migrating shorebirds at Grays Harbor National Wildlife Refuge and other birding hotspots in Grays Harbor County.
Columbia Gorge Wine and Pear Fest Hood River OR May18-19 Start off the weekend with friends and fun featuring Columbia Gorge wineries and eateries. Highlights include entertainment, live music, wine tasting, great food, fruit exhibits with samples, and local artisans.
4th Annual Tenor Guitar Gathering Astoria OR May30-June2 You'll hear guitars, ukeleles, banjos, and fiddles playing their tunes at the tenor guitar gathering.