Many thanks to Candy Grubb who started the Stevens County GenWeb page back in 1997. She did a great job of getting this set up and running! As of August 1999, I have assumed the responsibility for this site. If you have any suggestions for improving these pages, things you would like to see here that aren't, or find any bad links, please e-mail me. Susan Dechant. I also encourage you to submit items to me that would be of interest to other Stevens County researchers. My eternal appreciation goes out to those of you who have already sent items in a format that was easy for me to post to the web site! The less time I have to spend in figuring out how to post something, the quicker it will get up there!! And, please, for any communication with me, include "Stevens Co" in the subject line.
The WaGenWeb now has a Google search engine on the WAGenWeb state page that covers all Washington county sites. Try it out!
also Search Crossroads Archives to see what has been digitally preserved already
Territorial & State Censuses 1871, 1878, 1885, 1887, 1889, 1892 at the Washington State Archives (with images)
1910 WA Census Index (Stevens County, including Pend Oreille County, census images now on-line too!)
Names on military monument in Colville with links to their stories
World War II Casualties - listed by state, then county
Casualty Lists from Korean War & Vietnam Conflict - can search by name or state and county
760th Radar Base 1950-1960, Colville - a listing of those who served
Hunters School - parents, students & school minutes 1903 - 1917
Colville Examiner 1907-1922 now available online thanks to the Washington State Library & Library of Congress
Oregon/Washington Bureau of Land Management Land Records This site provides online access to Master Title Plats, Historical Indices, and Survey Plats (including Mineral Surveys) for all of Oregon & Washington
Bulletin 37: Inventory of Washington Minerals Washington Division of Mines
Online Publications of the DNR having to do with geology and mining
Chewelah Copper King Mining Company 1900-1908
E-Mail to State Coordinator, Mike Sweeney