A cluster of buildings about a store and a church, it was the center of a populous area of dairy farms, poultry ranches, berry fields, and bulb farms. The church remains, along with another wood-frame grange north from the main street. The village, and the Satsop River by which it stands, are named for an Indian tribe, the Sats-a-pish which means “on a creek.”
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