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4 miles west of Sequim
Carlsborg was a lumber mill town. The town had equipment and supply stores, a theater, newspaper, and a general store among others. A few residences are still occupied.
7 miles west of Port Townsend
Diamond Point was a quarantine camp for the U.S. Government. A hospital was located there among other buildings. The area is now a development.
4 miles north of Sequim
Dungeness was a town that grew out of New Dungeness, located about 1.5 miles west. The town had several businesses, including shops, stores, laundry, hotel, restaurant. The area is beginning to become developed.
18 miles west of Port Angeles
Gettysburg was a logging camp. The town had a bunkhouse, general store, hotel, and other buildings. The town is now ghost, except for one family.
13 miles west of Port Angeles
A logging camp and port, Port Crescent had two saloons, boarding house, hotel, and other stores and shops. The town now is a campground and a few residences.
7 miles southeast of Clallam Bay
Pysht grew from a farming settlement into a logging town. The town had a cook house, bunk house, a movie house, shop, and residences. The town is now ghost.
21 miles west of Port Angeles
Twin was a logging camp. The camp had bunkhouses for about 200 and a few stores. The town is now ghost.
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