The Clark County Historical Museum, Vancouver, Washington, is located in a 1909 Carnegie library and is operated by the Clark County Historical Society, established in 1917. The museum features rotating exhibits of local interest including a semi-permanent Native American craft exhibit.
From Clark County Historical Museum
“We are Clark County’s memory keepers and believe that history is made by everyone, every day. This means we strive to be inclusive across all aspects of our collections, programming, events, and exhibits to make history accessible and identifiable by all of our residents. Our membership is just under 400 and is comprised of students, individuals, families, and supporters of the museum. We are deeply committed to preserving our collections, creating innovative exhibits, and planning programming that speaks to our varied audiences. The museum is particularly known for its research library (especially surround property and homes), our history and haunted walking tours, plus our First Thursday Speaker Series.”