Local history

A lot of history within these four walls

Kitsap News Group ‘morgue’ contains local newspapers dating as early as 1901

 

Bartlett family photo of the Bucklin Hill Bridge. (Contributed photo)

Clear Creek Estuary | Past & Present

Clear Creek is located within the traditional territory of the Suquamish Tribe. The Suquamish knew Clear Creek as Duwe’iq (“mouth of a creek way back… Continue reading

 

This North Kitsap promotory has been known by different names: hahdskus, Point No Point, and Point No Point Light Station. But for generations of people, it’s also been known as home. (U.S. Lighthouse Society)
                                 This North Kitsap promotory has been known by different names: hahdskus, Point No Point, and Point No Point Light Station. But for generations of people, it’s also been known as home. (U.S. Lighthouse Society)

Where time stands still: A new way to experience the beauty of Point No Point

Maggs House offers a special way to experience Point No Point

 

A house’s ties to the past

POULSBO — The old Eliason house on Pugh Road is a link to Poulsbo’s early immigrant history. But the link was almost lost to obscurity.… Continue reading