National Register Of Historic Places Listings In Stevens County, Washington
List of entries on the National Register of Historic Places in Stevens County, Washington
- See also National Register of Historic Places listings in Washington
- This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted June 21, 2013.
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|Name on the Register||Image||Date listed||Location||City or town||Summary|
|Clayton School||02003-08-28August 28, 2003||Corner of Park Ave. and Swenson Rd.
||Clayton||Rural Public Schools of Washington State MPS|
|Collins Building||01998-11-19November 19, 1998||S 202 Main
|Columbia River Bridge at Northport||01995-05-24May 24, 1995||WA 25 over the Columbia R.
||Northport||Bridges of Washington State MPS|
|Colville Flour Mill||01995-06-29June 29, 1995||466 W. First St.
|Hudsons Bay Gristmill Site on Colville River||01982-04-12April 12, 1982||Address Restricted
|Keller House||01979-04-18April 18, 1979||700 N. Wynne St.
|Kettle Falls District||01974-11-20November 20, 1974||Address Restricted
|Little Falls Hydroelectric Power Plant||01988-12-15December 15, 1988||Spokane River
|Long Lake Hydroelectric Power Plant||01988-12-15December 15, 1988||Spokane River
|Long Lake Pictographs||01976-05-24May 24, 1976||Address Restricted
|Loon Lake School||01992-11-19November 19, 1992||4000 Colville Rd.
||Loon Lake||Rural Public Schools of Washington State MPS|
|H. M. McCauley House||01979-04-18April 18, 1979||285 Oak St.
|Meyers Falls Power Plant Historic District||01995-06-29June 29, 1995||0.5 mi. S of Kettle Falls at Colville R., on either side of Juniper St.
|Northport School||01979-10-04October 4, 1979||South and 7th Sts.
|Old Indian Agency||01974-05-17May 17, 1974||3rd St.
|Opera House and IOOF Lodge||01997-04-18April 18, 1997||151 W. 1st Ave.
|Orient Bridge||01982-07-16July 16, 1982||Richardson Rd., Spans Kettle River
||Orient||Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington TR|
|Red Mountain Railroad Bridge||01982-07-16July 16, 1982||Spans Little Sheep Creek
||Northport||Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington TR|
|Rickey Block||01995-06-30June 30, 1995||230 S. Main St.
|Spokane River Bridge at Long Lake Dam||01995-05-24May 24, 1995||WA 231 over the Spokane R.
||Rearden||extends into Lincoln County, Washington|
|US Post Office-Colville Main||01991-08-07August 7, 1991||204 S. Oak
|Colburn T. Winslow House||01990-04-26April 26, 1990||458 E. 2nd St.
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