Well Preserved

In 1979, Bumble Bee Seafoods divested some of its properties on the Lower Columbia River. Nine fishermen purchased seven acres in Clifton from the seafood company. The property included a cluster of cannery-related buildings such as a net storage and receiving station, boat shed, net drying racks and bunkhouse. Jack Marincovich, now 83, was one of those nine fishermen. He grew up in Clifton and is encyclopedic in his recollection of its buildings and their occupants. “It was a pretty tight community,” he recalled. Read the article here 19:41

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