Evaline Elementary School is located at 111 Schoolhouse Rd, Winlock, WA, 98596 (Lewis County). It is a K-6 school with 36 students 2006.
- The earliest white settlers in this area were the Urquharts and the MacDonalds.
- Sedate W. Porter (b. Feb 12, 1867, Pennsylvania; d. March 10, 1927, Lewis Co., WA) founded the town and established the post office on Feb. 14, 1906, which was open until 1930.
- Northern Pacific Railroad operations began from Kalama to Evaline, Washington (25 miles). July 1, 1872 
(Hunt and Kaylor, p. 448). The PO was discontinued Nov. 15, 1930 (Ramsey, p. 125). The Evaline School district serves the two-room Evaline Elementary School. Middle school and high school students are bused to Winlock (Nix, p. 41).
- "Evaline". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey.
- "History of Winlock, WA by Bill Wall". Archived from the original on October 26, 2009.
- "Washington State Railroad Historical Society, 1870s".
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