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|Photos by Denny Barnes
Denny Barnes Photography
Located on a steep rocky slope overlooking the narrow Cedar Creek Gorge and just upstream of its confluence with the Lewis River, the Red Bird Mill welcomed its first customers in 1876. Built by George Woodham and his sons, Clark County families which frequented the mill were part of the Great Migration into Oregon's Willamette Valley and the Washington Territory. When the mill dam was heavily damaged by floating debris, the Woodhams became discouraged and sold the mill property, leading to a long line of successive mill owners.
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