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White Pass Country Historical Museum
The White Pass Country Historical Museum's collection includes historical artifacts, photos, and documents from the underwater town of Kosmos to the summit of White Pass.
Included in our exhibits is information on local geographical features, themajor events and the local residents who have shaped the history of the area. Exhibits change regularly so visit often.Tap thisbutton for more information.
- 12990 US Highway 12
Packwood, WA, 98377
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The White Pass Country Historical Society is working in partnership with others on the following projects:
- The US Forest Service to restore the historic La Wis Wis Guard Station through the Passport-in-Time program.
- Current and former Glenoma residents to erect the Glenoma Grade School Memorial Monument. This project is nearing completion.
- Local antique car buffs to restore a 1930 Ford Model AA school bus that was used in the area before the School district started transporting students.
- The US Forest Service to restore the High Rock Fire Lookout.
Our museum is a repository for many fascinating stories, articles, and historical documents relating to the area. Posting can cover reprints of newspaper articles, personality profiles of local residents, and historical information of the area. Come back and visit often as stories change quarterly.