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On a hill north of downtown Colville, the Keller Heritage Center consists of a museum, lookout tower, Colville's first school house, trapper's cabins, pioneer sawmill, and many other buildings, including the Keller House. The house was built in 1910, and rebuilt after a fire in 1912. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.

There are many Historic Buildings preserved in all regions of Washington.

Location: PO Box 25, 700 N Wynne St, Colville Washington 99114 Telephone 509-684-5968

Other History nearby:
(Colville) Keller Heritage Center
(Colville) Keller Historical Park
(Newport) Pend Oreille County Historical Museum
(Colville) St. Paul's Mission
(Republic) Stonerose Interpretive Center

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