Kittitas County Genealogical Society
Kittitas County Links

 

This page will point you to various links with information about Kittitas County.
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Online access to Carpenter Memorial Library located at 302 N. Pennsylvania Ave. in Cle Elum. Phone number is (509) 674-2313.
[Located in Category: County Libraries]
Association of organizations promoting Kittitas County museums and historical sites.
[Located in Category: Museums]
Located on the campus of Central Washington University at the NW corner of 14th Ave and Wildcat Way. Is the official Archives location for all counties in the central part of Washington State.
[Located in Category: Research Places]
Provides information about Cle Elum city government and living in Cle Elum,
[Located in Category: City/County Governments]
Provides information about Ellensburg city government and living in Ellensburg,
[Located in Category: City/County Governments]
Provides information about the city of Kittitas government and living in that city,
[Located in Category: City/County Governments]
Archives and Special Collections pertaining to Central Washington University. This is housed in the James Brooks Library on the campus of Central Washington University (CWU) in Ellensburg.
[Located in Category: Research Places]
Home of Frederick Krueger photographic collection. This is located in the James Brooks Library on the campus of Central Washington University in Ellensburg.
[Located in Category: County Libraries]
The library has a "Local History" section and archive of local Ellensburg newspaper (Daily Record). Located at 209 N. Ruby in Ellensburg. Phone number is (509) 962-7250.
[Located in Category: County Libraries]
Users can search for BASIC Locator information (Name, Plot & Row) for al burials in the High Valley Cemetery located in Ellensburg. Also have access to Find A Grave website for memorials created by volunteers about burials at this cemetery.
[Located in Category: Cemeteries]
Users can search for BASIC Locator information (Name, Plot & Row) for al burials in the IOOF Cemetery located in Ellensburg. Also have access to Find A Grave website for memorials created by volunteers about burials at this cemetery.
[Located in Category: Cemeteries]
The Kittitas County Genealogical Society (KCGS) has items about Kittitas County such as city directories, telephone books, card files of obituaries, marriages, births, deaths, books about the area, and other items. The Library is located at 413 N. Main in Ellensburg. Phone number is (509) 925-5951.
[Located in Category: Research Places]
[Located in Category: Chambers]
[Located in Category: City/County Governments]
Located in downtown Ellensburg. Six themed rooms of exhibits covering early home life, businesses, automobiles, and military, a collection of Native American handiwork and a rock and mineral collection. The museum is located at 114 E 3rd Ave in Ellensburg. Phone number is (509) 925-3778.
[Located in Category: Museums]
[Located in Category: Research Places]
Compiles a list similar to Cindy's List about internet links just about Kittitas County.
[Located in Category: Research Places]
The Northern Kittitas County Historical Society administers two separate historical entities: the Carpenter House and the Telephone Museum, both located in Cle Elum. The Society has its location at 302 W. 3rd Street (inside the Carpenter House) in Cle Elum. Phone number is (509) 649-2880.
[Located in Category: Museums]
Uncover the history of Upper Kittitas County through details provided at this museum located in Roslyn, Washington. Also provides additional insights into things to see in Roslyn area. Learn about the importance of coal in early days Kittitas County - days now long gone. The Museum is located at 203 W. Pennsylvania Ave in Roslyn. Phone number is (509) 649-2355
[Located in Category: Museums]
The Library is located at 201 S. 1st Street in Roslyn. Phone number is (509) 649-3420.
[Located in Category: County Libraries]
Located in Thorp, Washington. Features a grist mill that operated from 1883 to 1946. One water turbine, still operational, powered the mill's original equipment. The second turbine once powered an adjacent lumber mill and provided power to the city of Thorp - making Thorp the first city in central Washington to have electricity! The Mill is located at 11640 N. Thorp Hwy. Phone number is (509) 964-9640.
[Located in Category: Historic Places]