Snohomish Visitor Center, Tourism Information
1301 First Street - Snohomish, WA 98290 | OPEN 10am - 5pm | Phone: 360-862-9609
Places to Stay
Accomodations in Snohomish Washington (Places to stay)Hotel - Motel's in Snohomish
|The INN at Snohomish Motel||(360) 568-2208||Web|
Bed and Breakfast's in Snohomish
|Countryman's Bed and Breakfast||(360) 568-9622||Web|
|Cadyville Carriage House B&B||(360) 568-5390||Web|
|Pillows and Platters B&B||(360) 862-8944||Web|
|Snohomish Washington Area History Quick Fact|
In 1855, th Federal Government appropriated money for a military road to cut through the forests from steilacoom to Bellingham.
At the outbreak of the Civil War in 1860 there were rumors of construction of a military road between Fort Steilcoom and Bellingham. Quick to realize the potential of a strategic location, E.C. Ferguson made a squatter's claim to the site of Snohomish where the Pilchuck River joins the Snohomish River.
E.C. Ferguson Wedding
In 1868 Ferguson married Lucetia Morgan of Olympia, the daughter of a prominent pioneer. They raised three children: Sylvia, Ivy, and Cecil Emery.
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