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Name Douglas County
Details Douglas County is in east central Washington, it consists1,841 sq. miles of land. It is bounded on north by Okanogan County, on east by Adams and Lincoln counties, on south by Kittitas and Grant counties, and on the west by Chelan County. Wheat, fruit, and livestock are the county's chief products. Douglas County was created on November 28, 1883 from a portion of Lincoln County by the Territorial Legislature only four days after Lincoln County had been established. It was named for Stephen A. Douglas, U.S. senator from Illinois between 1847 and 1861, and twice a candidate for the presidency of the United States.

Associated Records

Image of 388P - 1956.001.

388P - 1956.001.

Light colored shouldered stone point with parallel-sided stem and convex base. Has serrated edges. A/L Late Phase Projectile - Age undetermined. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 389P - 1956.001.

389P - 1956.001.

Medium colored shouldered stone point with parallel-sided stem and convex base. A/L Late Phase Projectile - Age undetermined. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 390P - 1956.001.

390P - 1956.001.

Medium colored shouldered stone point with parallel-sided stem and convex base. A/L Rabbit Island / Frenchman Springs Phase - Age undetermined. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 391P - 1956.001.

391P - 1956.001.

Light colored shouldered stone point with parallel-sided stem and concave base. Stone appears to be clear glass with bubbles. A/L Tucannon Phase (Rabbit Island Variant) - Age undetermined. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 392P - 1956.001.

392P - 1956.001.

Medium colored shouldered stone point with contracting stem and convex base. A/L Rabbit Island / Frenchman Springs Phase - Age undetermined. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 401P - 1956.001.

401P - 1956.001.

Light colored shouldered stone point with expanding stem and convex base. A/L Reed Point. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 393P - 1956.001.

393P - 1956.001.

Medium colored shouldered stone point with contracting stem and convex base. A/L Rabbit Island / Frenchman Springs Phase - Age undetermined. A/L Late Phase Projectile. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 394P - 1956.001.

394P - 1956.001.

Medium colored shouldered stone point with expanding stem and convex base. A/L Late Phase Projectile - Age undetermined. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 395P - 1956.001.

395P - 1956.001.

Light colored shouldered stone point with expanding stem and convex base. A/L Reed Point. 500 A.D. - 1700 A.D. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 396P - 1956.001.

396P - 1956.001.

Medium colored shouldered stone point with expanding stem and convex base. A/L Reed Point. 500 A.D. - 1700 A.D. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 397P - 1956.001.

397P - 1956.001.

Light colored shouldered stone point with expanding stem and convex base. A/L Reed Point. 500 A.D. - 1700 A.D. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 398P - 1956.001.

398P - 1956.001.

Light colored shouldered stone point with expanding stem and convex base. A/L Late Phase Projectile - Age undetermined. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 399P - 1956.001.

399P - 1956.001.

Light colored shouldered stone point with expanding stem and concave base. A/L Shouldered point, expanding stem, straight base. A/L Reed Point. 500 A.D. - 1700 A.D. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 400P - 1956.001.

400P - 1956.001.

Dark colored shouldered stone point with expanding stem and convex base. A/L Late Phase Projectile. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 402P - 1956.001.

402P - 1956.001.

Light colored shouldered stone point with expanding stem and convex base. A/L Reed Point. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 403P - 1956.001.

403P - 1956.001.

Light colored shouldered stone point with expanding stem and convex base. A/L Reed Point. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 404P - 1956.001.

404P - 1956.001.

Light colored shouldered stone point with expanding stem and convex base. A/L Very light side-notch - possibly Late Phase Projectile Point. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 405P - 1956.001.

405P - 1956.001.

Light colored shouldered stone point with expanding stem and convex base. A/L Reed Point. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 406P - 1956.001.

406P - 1956.001.

Light colored shouldered stone point with expanding stem and convex base. A/L Non Diagnostic Projectile. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.

Image of 407P - 1956.001.

407P - 1956.001.

Medium colored barbed stone point with parallel-sided stem and flat base. Point has unusually long stem. A/L Barbed point, contracting stem, convex base. Very long, slender and tapering stem. May be hafted graver. Vulcan, WA is a settlement on the east bank of the Columbia River, directly below Cabinet Rapids in the southwest corner of Douglas County. The place is in a hot, sandy area. It was named for the Roman god of fire because of intense heat in summer months.