• Roll On Columbia3:10
  • Here We Have Idaho3:23
  • Let's Choo Choo Choo To Idaho3:05
  • Oregon Trail2:47

Est. 1911

Daughters of the Pioneers of Washington

Chapter Twelve: Walla Walla

Organized October 1938. Meet the fourth Friday at 11:30. Furnished and docent at the Pioneer Cabin located in Historic Fort Walla Walla. Foster a close realationship with the Kirkman House Museum.


Chapter Fourteen:Mason County

Organized April 1940.  Meet on the third Thursday. Compile local histories and biographies.


Chapter Fifteen: Pomeroy

Organized September 1940. Meet the third Monday. Works closely with the Garfield County Museum.


Chapter Nineteen:Fort Vancouver

Organized October 1946. Meet the third Thursday at Battle Ground Community Center with lunch at 11:30. Helped with the restoration of National Historic Site Ft. Vancouver. Support and work along side with: North Clark Co. Museum, Clark Co. Historical Museum, Vancouver, Wa, La Center Historical Museum, Two Rivers Heritage Museum and Pomeroy Farm. Furnish two $750 scholarships each year to pioneer descendants.


Chapter Twenty: Spokane

Organized October 1947. Meet the first Tuesday. Helped locate the site of Spokane House. Instrumental in the changing of the DPW definition of NW territory to include Idaho and Montana.




Chapter One: Seattle

Organized in 1911. Meet the first Wednesday in Pioneer Hall. Projects have included joining forces with the community of Squamish to complete the memorial park and replica of Ole Man House in honor of Chief Sealth. Annual Dogwood Tea

Chapter Two: Tacoma

Organized March 1924. Helped furnish and restore the Old Factor House at Fort Nisqually. Contact member Jonie Brooks for the most current happenings,

253-833-6078.

Chapter Three:  Pasco

Organized December 1925. Meet the second Friday. Erected a marker in Sacajewa Park and worked for the commemoration of the spot between the Snake and Columbia River's where Lewis and Clark  spent two nights on the their fist trip west in 1805.

Chapter Four: Olympia

Organized March 1930. Meet the second Thursday with Lunch at 11:30 in the Historic Crosby House, which is featured on the Washington Heritage Register as well as the National Historic Register as part of the Tumwater Historic District. The home is maintained by the Daughters who also provide tours on Sunday afternoons, April through October and by special appointment.



Chapter Five: Whatcom County

Organized March 1930. Meet on the second Friday in the National Historic Site General George E. Pickett House. House is run by the daughters and is open for tours.

Chapter Six: Whidbey Island

Organized April 1934. Meet the fourth Friday with lunch at 11:30. Have Helped restore local blockhouses and cemeteries and work closely with the Island County Historical  Museum.


Chapter Eight: Yakima Valley

Organized November  1936. Meet the second Saturday at the Yakima Valley Museum which they helped found. Place flowers on the Pioneer graves at Union Gap Cemetery each Memorial Day.


Chapter Nine: Lewis County

Organized February 1938. Meet the fourth Wednesday. Helped furnish and are docents in the Lewis County History Museum.


Chapter Ten: Steilacoom

Organized March 1938. Meet the first Monday in the Town Hall where they maintain a library.