The Heritage League of Pierce County is dedicated to preserving and sharing Pierce County’s unique history. With more than 40 members, the league provides an opportunity for its member museums, heritage organizations, and individuals to share ideas among themselves as well as to promote member services to the public. We appreciate your interest and welcome your participation!

World War I soldiers
Hotel Tacoma
Fort Nisqually
Tall ships at the Tacoma waterfront
People's Dock, Gig Harbor
Pioneer Farm Museum
Washington State Hospital
Fife Dairy
Early logging on the Key Peninsula
Miss Lucy Goodman and Gig Harbor students
Puget Sound fishermen
Summer fun
Uhlman Meat Market
Puyallup basket weaver Annie Squally
Climbing Mt. Rainier
Rosedale ferry dock
Peace Day at the Rosedale Store
Skansie Ship Building Company, Gig Harbor
Mosquito Fleet steamer in Puget Sound
Lakebay Schoolhouse
Alice Hammarlund and farm chickens
Mosquito Fleet steamboat
Sunday drive in the country
Herman Claussen (left) and his steamboat the Elsie C
Civil War veterans, Grand Army of the Republic
Women's Fortnightly Club gathering
After the collapse of the Narrows Bridge, 1940
Mosquito Fleet steamboat
Washington Co-op parade
Early Pierce County students
Head of the Bay, Gig Harbor, 1880s
Business and commerce in Pierce County
Early commercial fishing boat
Class picnic
In the woods
Lakewold Gardens - Wagner Home
Lakewold Gardens - Quatrefoil Pool
Lakewold Gardens - Cutting Garden
Lakewold Gardens - Brick Walk
First Browns Point lighthouse, built in 1903
"The first Browns Point lighthouse was built in 1903 replacing a light on a pole that had been guiding boat traffic since 1887. Browns Point had already been called Point Brown before Oscar Brown became the first light keeper. It was and still is the only lighthouse in Pierce County."