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In 1824 the Hudson's Bay Company chose this place as the site for a new fort which they named Vancouver in honor of the British explorer, George Vancouver. Little is knowns of this fort as it was moved early in 1829 to its now well-known location …
This rose garden is dedicatedto the memory ofTheodore A. Penland1849 - 1950last Commander-in-Chief ofthe Grand Army of the Republic Plaque presented by The Daughters of Union Veterans and the Woman's Relief Corps, Auxiliary to the G.A.R. of Cla…
[Side one of six]:Under the influence of Dr. John McLaughlin, Manager of the Hudson Bay Co., civilization of Washington started at Vancouver, A.D. 1825. [Side two of six]:The first school in Washington was taught by John Ball, at Vancouver, A.D…