• Image of the reconstructed stockade at Fort Vancouver and Pearson Air Museum looking northeast from the Land Bridge.

    Fort Vancouver

    National Historic Site OR,WA

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  • Vistor Center Temporarily Relocates to Pearson Air Museum on Sep 15, 2014

    The Visitor Center operation will temporarily relocate to Pearson Air Museum, beginning on Monday, September 15, 2014, while the visitor center is rehabilitated. More »

Photos & Multimedia

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See our photos on Flickr

The park's official Flickr photostream features a variety of photographs arranged in collections, sets, and galleries. More than 200 photos are "geotagged" with site-specific location information on our Flickr map, too! To access our Flickr photostream, please click here.
 
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Multimedia Presentations: eBooks, Digital Publications, & Podcasts

What role do tangible items in historical archives, museum collections, and archaeology play in helping us understand our collective past? Two award-winning eBooks produced by the 2013 Public History Field Schools seek to answer this questions and also illustrate the national significance of Fort Vancouver as part of a unit of the national park system today. Several versions of the books--including ones with video, external links, enhanced images, and interactive historic artwork--are available through this link.
 
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Multimedia Content from our Partnership Project

A unique, innovative partnership between the park's Public History Program and Washington State University Vancouver created the free Fort Vancouver Mobile App for smartphones and mobile devices onsite and the Grand Emporium of the West tablet app. Click here to follow Fort Vancouver Mobile - Sub Rosa, our partner's blog for the Fort Vancouver Mobile Project and a behind-the-scenes look at the app building process.

Did You Know?

Image of Spode ceramics from the park's collections

Did you know that Fort Vancouver National Historic Site curates the world’s largest archaeological collection of Spode ceramics? More...