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Pomeroy Living History Farm

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The Pomeroy family was instrumental in establishing a school at Lucia in 1910.


Circa ~ 1920


20902 N.E. Lucia Falls Road, Yacolt
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Open to public?

Yes. Open to the public as a living history farm and gift shop.


Pomeroy Living History Farm



A family owned farm since 1910 the farm utilizes 60 of its 677 acres for the historical farm. The 2.5 story home has an original river rock foundation and the first story is constructed of partially planed logs felled from the home site. The upper stories are framed and sheathed in horizontal shiplap both inside and out. The interior remains virtually unaltered and its plank floors and period furniture contribute to the history of the building. 

Erwin Charles Pomeroy and his family moved into the Lucia Valley and established a working farm at a time when the only major activity was logging and sawmill operations.

  • Listed on the Clark County Heritage Register in 1985.
  • Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987.
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