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The Blackman House is the only home to have survived of the three built on Avenue B by the Blackman brothers from Maine. The Blackman Bros. Co. grew to dominate the early lumber industry of the Snohomish River Valley. Just two doors up from First Street (on Avenue B), the historic home offers two floors of period furnishing where you can sit with a cup of tea and listen to the stories of early Snohomish. Built in 1878, the cozy family home features two floors of objects both original to the Blackman Family and those donated by the families of other early Snohomish settlers.
Hours: Sat/Sundays 12:00 - 3:00pm through out the year
Please visit the website for additional hours or to arrange a tour.
Admission: No admission but donations appreciated.