1888 – 1889

1888

March 20 – Aberdeen incorporated.

May 27 – Presbyterian church in Aberdeen is dedicated.

 September – Old Tiger hand pumper arrives in Aberdeen. It was built in 1853 and brought around the Horn to San Francisco where it had operated for many years.

November 23 – The phone line from Olympia to Hoquiam is complete and will be in operation as soon as the instruments arrive.

1889

April 13 – Clearing starts for Grays Harbor City. Founded by George Washington Hunt as a railroad terminus, it has a 6,600 foot wharf.

July 31 – Aberdeen Weekly Bulletin issues first edition.

November 11 – Washington admitted as 42nd state of the Union.


Contact Friends of Museum

Visit our office
Market & K St (K St Entrance)

Volunteers are in the office Thursday and Friday from 1-4 pm and during Aberdeen First Fridays from 5-8 pm.

PO Box 722
Aberdeen, Washington 98520
(360) 533-1976

Email here:
friends98520@gmail.com