Clark County is rich in history. Lewis and Clark arrived in 1805. Some 20 years later Fort Vancouver was established by the British Hudson’s Bay Company. Clark County’s relationship to rivers – The Lewis and the Columbia – has always played an important roll in the region. Clark County is the oldest county in Washington state.
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