National Register of Historic Places listings in Okanogan County, Washington facts for kids

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Name on the Register Image Date listed Location City or town Description
1 Bonaparte Mountain Cabin
April 20, 1981
(#81000588)
E of Tonasket in Okanogan National Forest
48°47′06″N 119°07′17″W / 48.785°N 119.121389°W / 48.785; -119.121389 (Bonaparte Mountain Cabin)
Tonasket
2 Chief Joseph Memorial
Chief Joseph Memorial
May 15, 1974
(#74001970)
Near jct. of WA 10A and Cache Creek Rd.
48°10′08″N 118°58′34″W / 48.168889°N 118.976111°W / 48.168889; -118.976111 (Chief Joseph Memorial)
Nespelem
3 Columbia River Bridge at Bridgeport
Columbia River Bridge at Bridgeport
May 31, 1995
(#95000632)
WA 17 over the Columbia R.
48°00′04″N 119°39′13″W / 48.001111°N 119.653611°W / 48.001111; -119.653611 (Columbia River Bridge at Bridgeport)
Bridgeport
4 Early Winters Ranger Station Work Center
Early Winters Ranger Station Work Center
April 11, 1986
(#86000841)
Okanogan National Forest
48°35′41″N 120°25′48″W / 48.594722°N 120.43°W / 48.594722; -120.43 (Early Winters Ranger Station Work Center)
Winthrop
5 Enloe Dam and Powerplant
Enloe Dam and Powerplant
October 18, 1978
(#78002764)
4 mi (6.4 km). (6.4 km) W of Oroville
48°57′57″N 119°30′03″W / 48.965833°N 119.500833°W / 48.965833; -119.500833 (Enloe Dam and Powerplant)
Oroville
6 Fort Okanogan, Sites of
Fort Okanogan, Sites of
June 4, 1973
(#73001883)
N of Bridgeport between the Columbia and Okanogan Rivers
48°05′59″N 119°43′06″W / 48.099722°N 119.718333°W / 48.099722; -119.718333 (Fort Okanogan, Sites of)
Bridgeport
7 Grand Coulee Bridge
Grand Coulee Bridge
July 16, 1982
(#82004267)
Spans Columbia River
47°57′56″N 118°58′53″W / 47.965556°N 118.981389°W / 47.965556; -118.981389 (Grand Coulee Bridge)
Grand Coulee Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington TR
8 Lost Lake Guard Station
April 11, 1986
(#86000814)
Okanogan National Forest
48°50′42″N 119°02′54″W / 48.845°N 119.048333°W / 48.845; -119.048333 (Lost Lake Guard Station)
Tonasket
9 Okanogan County Courthouse
Okanogan County Courthouse
June 29, 1995
(#95000805)
149 N. Third Ave.
48°21′55″N 119°34′49″W / 48.365278°N 119.580278°W / 48.365278; -119.580278 (Okanogan County Courthouse)
Okanogan
10 Okanogan Project: Conconully Reservoir Dam
Okanogan Project: Conconully Reservoir Dam
September 6, 1974
(#74001969)
S of Conconully
48°32′16″N 119°44′53″W / 48.537778°N 119.748056°W / 48.537778; -119.748056 (Okanogan Project: Conconully Reservoir Dam)
Conconully
11 Parson Smith Tree
March 16, 1972
(#72001279)
40 mi (64 km). N of Winthrop on the Canada–US border in Okanogan National Forest
49°00′05″N 120°33′10″W / 49.001389°N 120.552778°W / 49.001389; -120.552778 (Parson Smith Tree)
Winthrop
12 Hiram F. Smith Orchard
November 12, 1975
(#75001863)
2 mi (3.2 km). N of Oroville on Osoyoos Lake
48°58′00″N 119°25′42″W / 48.966667°N 119.428333°W / 48.966667; -119.428333 (Hiram F. Smith Orchard)
Oroville
13 U.S. Post Office – Okanogan Main
U.S. Post Office – Okanogan Main
May 30, 1991
(#91000650)
212 Second Ave. N.
48°21′53″N 119°34′41″W / 48.364722°N 119.578056°W / 48.364722; -119.578056 (U.S. Post Office – Okanogan Main)
Okanogan
14 U.S. Post Office – Omak Main
U.S. Post Office – Omak Main
May 30, 1991
(#91000651)
104 S. Main St.
48°24′34″N 119°31′40″W / 48.409444°N 119.527778°W / 48.409444; -119.527778 (U.S. Post Office – Omak Main)
Omak
15 Guy Waring Cabin
Guy Waring Cabin
March 19, 1982
(#82004268)
285 Castle Ave.
48°28′36″N 120°10′50″W / 48.476667°N 120.180556°W / 48.476667; -120.180556 (Guy Waring Cabin)
Winthrop
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