Ferry County Historical Society Museum
The Ferry County Historical Society Museum is located across the street from Republic, Washington’s Patterson Park. The museum features exhibits of the area’s Native American culture, rich gold-mining history, and photos of events, early local businesses, and activities.
The Kauffman Cabin, built in 1896, is located behind the Whitaker-Fletcher house, and is the oldest surviving building in Republic. It provides a view of life in a late 19th century mining camp. The one-room cabin is open for viewing, through the front entry way, when the Ferry County Historical Museum is open to the public.
For current information regarding the historical society’s schedule, please refer to the information available in the footer of any of their website’s pages.
Admission to the museums is free. Donations gratefully accepted.
15 N Kean, Republic, WA 99166
Official Historical Society’s Website