Chinese immigrants in the mid 1800 and 1900's were a crucial part of the development of Washington State. Their labor helped develop mineral resources, build the state’s infrastructure, and provided services. More recently, the political and social activities of Chinese Americans have aided in creating today’s Washington. The following county-by-county places such as Chinatowns, historical buildings and historic markers along with physical features record their effort.
House. Clallam County.
House was in Clallam County at Township-Range location: T30N R4W Sec
house was the residence of a Chinese potato farmer. The one story
wooden structure with an attached shed is considered symbolic of
Chinese houses of the late 1800s. Reference: Historic Registers.
Registers, Washington Department of Archaeology and Historic
Preservation. https://dahp.wa.gov/Accessed January