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Two Rivers Heritage Museum in Washougal dedicates new artifacts timeline

The Columbian
Published: May 18, 2024, 5:57am

WASHOUGAL — Two Rivers Heritage Museum and Clark County Historical Museum partnered to create an historical outdoor timeline exhibit that represents Camas and Washougal history and highlights the artifacts cared for at Two Rivers Heritage Museum. “Pieces of History: An Artifacts Timeline” is filled with stories and images recounting monumental moments and everyday events in these neighboring communities.

The timeline creation and installation were completed by a team of dedicated people. Two Rivers Heritage Museum Display Committee members Karen and Richard Johnson and Gayle and Ivar Godtlibsen; Masako Brachmann, graphic design; Katie Bush, CCHM public historian; Kevin and Curtis Barber of Core Powersports; Missy Fant Photography; J2 Blueprinting printed the panels; local historian Pepper Kim was editor and proofreader for the timeline narrative; John Kimbrough designed and fabricated timeline stand and helped with installation; Tommy Miller of Pomeroy Living History Farm helped with installation; and Bradley Richardson, executive director of CCHM, helped on many aspects of the project.

“Over the past six years, Two Rivers and the Clark County Historical Museum have fostered a deep and mutually beneficial relationship,” Richardson, a Camas-Washougal area native, said. “Through this project and other collaborative work, our organizations are demonstrating how communities are better served and more history is shared and saved when we come together.”