Wachsmuth House & Cottages - 1939
For generations before the pioneer settlers arrived, Chinook Indians gathered oysters in this part of Willapa Bay and camped in the area that is now Oysterville.
In no time, Oysterville became a rowdy, lusty boomtown. By 1855 its population and importance were such that it became the seat of Pacific County, Washington Territory. The town had many firsts - a school, college, newspaper, and finally, in 1872, a church - First Methodist.
Oysterville is proud of its placement on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976. The Historic District encompasses about 80 acres of the village.
Artist, Photographer & Entrepreneur - Marie Rhoades has studied various mediums over the past thirty years including charcoal, pastels, watercolor and oil painting. Besides spending her days snapping photos, Marie and husband, David, enjoy a quiet beach lifestyle on the SW Washington Coast with their three dogs and cat.
The artists enjoy gardening, baseball, home improvements, interior design and beach combing as well as authoring Sally Lee by the Sea ~ A blog for those that love everything about the coastal lifestyle = Shopping. Decorating. Crafts. Travel. Sally Lee by the Sea - Celebrating the Coastal Lifestyle!
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