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*[[Fort Vancouver National Historic Site]] - a gem of a park whose story as an economic and cultural center fascinatingly portends that of the modern-day Pacific Northwest
 
*[[Fort Vancouver National Historic Site]] - a gem of a park whose story as an economic and cultural center fascinatingly portends that of the modern-day Pacific Northwest
 
*[[Lewis and Clark National Historical Park]] - 12 park sites located on a 40-mile stretch of the Pacific coast from [[Long Beach (Washington)|Long Beach]], WA to [[Cannon Beach]], OR  
 
*[[Lewis and Clark National Historical Park]] - 12 park sites located on a 40-mile stretch of the Pacific coast from [[Long Beach (Washington)|Long Beach]], WA to [[Cannon Beach]], OR  
[http://www.nasellervpark.4t.com Naselle,WA] thirty minutes east of the coast; and home of the Naselle River where there is year around sturgon fishing. Naselle is a small community of around twelve hundred (estimated seasonal and perminent) residents.
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[http://www.nasellervpark.4t.com Naselle,WA] thirty minutes east of the coast; and home of the Naselle River where there is year around sturgon fishing. Naselle is a small community of around twelve hundred (estimated seasonal and perminent) residents. Naselle hosts the bi-annual Finn Fest.
  
 
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==Understand==

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Southwest Washington is a region of Washington.

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Naselle,WA thirty minutes east of the coast; and home of the Naselle River where there is year around sturgon fishing. Naselle is a small community of around twelve hundred (estimated seasonal and perminent) residents. Naselle hosts the bi-annual Finn Fest.

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For our purposes, the Southwest Washington region consists of Cowlitz, Clark, Lewis, Pacific, Skamania, and Wahkiakum counties.

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