Connecting with Tenakee's Past

In the mid-1800s, Tenakee began attracting miners and fishermen to its hot springs during the winter months. Later, a saltery, canneries and the logging industry all made an impact on the population of Tenakee, whose older buildings are still in use. They serve as a window into this island’s history of the last 160 years.

Tenakee Springs Market (formerly Snyder Mercantile)
Shamrock Building (currently the local bakery)
Tenakee Bathhouse

For more information, reach out to the Tenakee Historical Society


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