Gift Shop

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Glasses and the 2019 Mug are usually available at Farmhouse Market (33521 SE Redmond-Fall City Road) in Fall City.

Jack's History of Fall City and Preserving the Stories of Fall City are available at Creative Business Advantage (33623 SE Redmond-Fall City Road).

Most are also available at the Historical Society Office, by appointment only. Email us at .

**All prices include Washington State Sales Tax.
Fall City In the Valley of the Moon
Fall City in the Valley of the Moon, 2004 Edition
by Margaret McKibben Corliss

Available through:
Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum

Historic Mug

Historic Mug with Fall City Historical Society logo
$9.50 each (plus S/H)

Historic Mug 2019

Jack's History of Fall City

by Jack E. Kelley
520 pages, published 2006
$65 (+$5 S/H)

Jack's History of Fall City

Preserving the Stories of Fall City

a Memory Book Project
by the Fall City Historical Society
350 pages, published 2010
$35 (+$5 S/H)

Preserving the Stories of Fall City

The People of Cascadia
Pacific Northwest Native American History

by Heidi Bohan
174 pages, published 2009
$28 (+$5 S/H)

The People of Cascadia

Our annual Fall City Calendar
Fall City Calendar 2019 THEN AND NOW
SOLD OUT
2019 Fall City Historical Calendar

Historic Glasses

Choose from seven 16-oz glasses: Salish Salmon, Hops Craze, Logging Truck, Fall City Hop Shed, Fall City Masonic Hall, Fall City Brick School, Fall City Methodist Church
$9.50 each (plus S/H)

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Salmon Glass 2018
Glasses

Holiday Cards
Four designs, set of 8 cards
$10 (+$3 S/H)
Holiday Cards

MAGNETS
Fall City Magnets, 2" x 3"
$3 each (+$1 S/H)
Magnets

Fall City Magnets

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for magnet names


All prices include WA Sales tax.

Other books on Valley history are available through the
Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum
A History of the Snoqualmie Valley
The important Ada Hill book, first printed in 1970, was republished by the Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum in 2016, with lots of great photos added!
A History of the Snoqualmie Valley


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