The Crown Point Country Historical Society

Working to preserve and share our area's local history.

In 2010, a measure on the Multnomah Country ballot to help fund the Oregon Historical Society and the four East County museums passed with a wide margin. The Crown Point Country Historical Society was awarded a portion of this tax-payer funded initiative. After the award, a 2.69-acre parcel on the Historic Columbia River Highway in Corbett was selected for purchase and plans to build a museum and Interpretive Center to house and share the collection began.

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Latest News & Videos

Winner of the Model A Raffle

Congratulations to Ken Wand, son of Pioneer Family George Wand. who was the winning ticket for the 1930 Ford Model... Read More

Raffle Drawing!

Thanks to all who responded to the Raffle. Good News, we sold out!  CPCHS would like to invite everyone to this... Read More

1930 Ford Model “A” Raffle

Raffle tickets have been brisk and CPCHS has surpassed the half way mark! Only 250 tickets are going to be sold... Read More

Exciting News!  

Help CPCHS while celebrating Earth Week! Drop your bottles and cans at Bottle Drop Return Centers during the week of... Read More

Trinkets to Treasures

The Trinkets to Treasures sale has been extended through Sunday, May 16th, 10:00am to 3:00pm. Everything is half off Sunday... Read More

Welcome to CPCHS Museum!

The Crown Point Country Historical Society was established in the early 1970’s. The museum, now nearing completion of the... Read More

Museum Site Progress Update

CPCHS President Chuck Rollins introduces CPCHS Board member Dick Wand on the museum site. An experienced builder and longtime... Read More

CPCHS 50th Anniversary Celebration

With social distancing, our very special 50th anniversary party had to be commemorated online. Donations received helped complete our... Read More

Wasco Elder Ken Katchia Smith

Wasco Elder Ken Katchia Smith (Tuck’ush Winch Katchia) brings some of the history of the Wasco peoples of the... Read More