Tag: historical

Museum Memories

Of all the methods of catching fish, fish traps were the most efficient and cost-effective and over 40 trap sites were established in Prince...

Museum Memories: 30 Years of Healing

It took Cordovans some time to move forward from the disaster of the ’89 oil spill. In fact, the community became a subject for...

Oil Spill exhibit will remain on display in museum for remainder...

The Cordova Historical Society and Museum are pleased to share the latest of completed exhibitions in the new Cordova Center space. To share the...

Letter: Fond farewell to Reception Building

Very nice historically informative article by Dick Shellhorn on the Reception Building. I was born and raised in Cordova. I lived in the nearby...

Museum Memories

Cordova began creating its warm, friendly image in this era celebrating holidays like the fourth of July with parades and pie-eating contests, holding dances...

Springtime was for gathering seagull eggs; autumn for berries

Cordovans said bon voyage to one of our dearest community members this month as Virginia Lacy set her sights on Shelton, Washington to be...

Museum Memories

All right, no complaining about shoveling snow or winter weather. Take a look at this photo from the archives. Yes, that’s a locomotive and...

Virginia Lacy reveals her ancestral links

Cordovans said bon voyage to one of our dearest community members last week as Virginia Lacy set her sights on Shelton, Washington, to be...

Museum Memories

Recently the City of Cordova Port and Harbor hosted a booth at the 2016 Fish Expo in Seattle. Not only is it a great...
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