Jackson House

Title

Jackson House

Subject

Jackson House

Description

Jackson House, located in Lewis County on U. S. Highway 99, is said to be where the original meeting regarding the formation of Washington Territory was held. Although the part seen today is but
a portion of the original structure, this is one of the most historical buildings in the State of Washington.
Built in 1845 by John R. Jackson, it was the first home constructed north of the Columbia River.

Creator

J.R. Everman (photographer)

Source

General Subjects Photograph Collection, 1845-2005, Washington State Archives. Original images held at the Washington State Archives, Olympia, WA.

Publisher

Washington State Archives

Date

Ca. 1955 (original)

Contributor

Washington State Archives

Format

jpg

Type

photo

Coverage

Washington

Original Format

photo

Physical Dimensions

8 x 9.75 in.
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