Artifacts and photos tell story of this unincorporated community from tribal days to 19th century settlement and 20th century urban development.

The Cedar Mill Historical Museum will be open this weekend to allow residents and visitors a look at some of the historic photos and artifacts from this unincorporated community.

Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, March 17, and 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, March 18. The museum is at the northeast corner of N.W. Saltzman Road and Cornell Road – and across the parking lost from the Cedar Mill Community Library at 12505 N.W. Cornell Rd.

The collection includes a Bible from the founder of Cedar Mill, wall-sized photos of the community and home and farm implements.

The museum depicts history from the Atfalati tribes to the 19th century settlers who came to the Tualatin Valley via the Oregon Trail, and early logging, farming and trade from then until planned-unit subdivisions in the 1960s.

The museum has opened one weekend each month since November.

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