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Maryhill, Washington
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Built by the Quaker idealist Sam Hill on the shores of the Columbia River the original town was to be a Quaker farming community. These plans never materialized and the town burned down early in the 20th century. Surrounded now by orchards what is left is only a few houses and a church.  Only a ghost of the original settlement.

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Uploaded: 06/08/2013
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