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Albert and Letha Green House

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This house is likely the only building remaining of the Lewisville community.

Built

Circa ~ 1885

Address

25716 N.E. Lewisville Hwy., Battle Ground
Directions to the Green House.

Open to public?

No

 

Photo of the Albert and Letha Green House

 

     

This house is on the south bank of the East Fork of the Lewis River. Originally the house was a two-story farmhouse. In 1900, the house was extensively remodeled, the most notable addition being a third-story open observatory covered by a large gabled roof. 

Albert Green moved from Ontario in 1880. He traveled throughout this area on horseback, giving voice lessons from handmade charts of music. Albert Green later opened a Black Smith shop along the river.  

  • Listed on the Clark County Heritage Register in 1984.
  • Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.

 

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