Stone House Museum

255 Main St S
Vale, OR 97918 US

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Stone House Museum - Stone House 1872 One of the oldest buildings in Malheur County and in Eastern Oregon, it was built in 1872, by Louis Rinehart and has served as a way station on the Oregon Trail, a hostelry, a stage stop for the Boise to Burns run, and during the Bannock Paiute War in 1878, it served as a refuge for the nearby settlers. In more recent times it was a private home. The first Vale post office was established in this building in 1883. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972, when it was a hundred years old. The Rinehart Stone House Museum is now open to the public.

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Stone House Museum
255 Main St S

OR 97918 US

541-473-2070

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