The Hansville Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and sharing the history of Hansville and surrounding areas. We maintain an archive of historical documents and other artifacts as well as a collection of personal narrative interviews, family history, and photographs acquired during the creation of our book. In furtherance of this mission, the Society works to increase a cultural and historical awareness of the North Kitsap County area through educating the general public.
Meetings are the third Friday every other month in the East Room of the Greater Hansville Community Center at 6778 Buck Lake Road NE. Meetings are held on odd months – January, March, May, July, September, and November. Each meeting we present a program of historical interest to the community. Please consider joining us. Our dues are $15 a year. The memories are priceless!
“People of the North Kitsap Peninsula” is a book published by the Hansville Historical Society edited by Gay R. Davis. It is a history of the communities and families of the North Kitsap area beginning with the S’Klallam Tribe and moving north. Communities included are S’Klallam Tribe, Eglon, Hansville, Point No Point, Skunk Bay, Twin Spits, Foulweather Bluff, Cliffside, Driftwood Key, and Shore Woods. In addition to the community histories, personal histories of early families are included. The book is available for purchase for $35.
For More Information:
Contact: Peggy Dow, President
Postal Mail: Hansville Historical Society
PO Box 71, Hansville, WA 98340