DuPont Museum

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DuPont Historical Museum
Dupont, WA historical museum.jpg
DuPont Museum in 2008
Established 1977
Location 207 Barksdale Avenue
DuPont, Washington, USA
Coordinates 47°05′43″N 122°37′42″W / 47.0954°N 122.6284°W / 47.0954; -122.6284
Type History
Curator Linda Cumberbatch

The DuPont Museum is a historical museum in DuPont, Washington.

The museum was opened in 1977 in the former DuPont City Hall building.[1][2] In 1982 a non-profit foundation, the DuPont Historical Society, was formed to operate the museum.[1] The museum continues to support the 8,000, and growing, citizens of DuPont and Pierce County.

The museum organizes the annual "Hudson's Bay Day" celebration commemorating the role of the Hudson's Bay Company and Fort Nisqually in local history.[3]


  1. ^ a b Museum history, DuPont Museum 
  2. ^ DuPont Museum, City of DuPont Public Works Department, archived from the original on 2011-08-20, retrieved 2011-09-12 
  3. ^ Rolf Boone, staff writer (August 23, 2010), Bringing history alive at Fort Nisqually, The Olympian, archived from the original on February 5, 2013 

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