Woodland Historical Museum Society
PO Box 255
Woodland, WA 98674
For the official Woodland Historical Museum site, click here.
The Woodland Historical Museum Society is asking for support from all those living in Woodland and up and down the Lewis River and surrounding areas.
Mission - To preserve and present information and items honoring
the history of the Woodland & Lewis River areas.
Click above to go to Woodland Rehabilitation Center and Assisted Living.
Plant and Yard Sale - May 2015
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Museum Exhibit and Sale - November 2010
November 2010. Click here for more pictures.
Janice Fillman made a wonderful presentation to the Woodland Chamber of Commerce on March 16, 2010 concerning the Woodland Historical Museum.
The Museum Committee opened the museum to the members for a preview for the first time on February 25, 2010. Click here for more pictures.
Preserving Woodland's history
Volunteer effort to transform home into a museum
Click above to read article from The Columbian.
The proposed house to be used as the Woodland Museum was open for everyone to see on September 21. 2009. The actual decision weather or not to use this house will be made at a regular museum meeting. Click here for more pictures.
Washington Secretary of State, Sam Reed toured our area March 15, 2007. Sam is a great supporter of libraries. He is also promoting a bill in the legislature to create a Washington State Heritage Center. Sam was well received at the: Woodland Community Library, La Center Library and he visited with members of the Woodland Historical Museum Society. Click here for more pictures.
Clyde and Millie Schurman
Clyde and Millie Schurman lived next to their Machine Shop on Lewis River Road (503) at Woodland, Washington. Over the years Clyde collected thousands of things including cars, steam engines, tractors, tractor seats, farm equipment and on and on. He even bought a steam locomotive and had a short track for it to run on in their back yard. Click here for more info and pictures.
Members of the Woodland
Historical Museum Society were invited to the Schurman Steam-up on October 7,
2006. This is an event at which several friends and relatives of Clyde Schurmen
got together at his place and steamed up the locomotive and other steam engines.
It was great fun and we learned a lot. Nancy was even able to run the
locomotive. What a thrill. Click here for more pictures.
Click above to go to Margaret Colf Hepola Heritage Award.
Click above to go to Margaret Hepola's web site.
Click here for Short Stories by Boyd Simmons
Click here to go to the Washington Museum Association