At the mouth of Jackman Creek in north central Skagit County. It was named for James V. Van Horn, who operated a shingle mill on Jackman Creek and owned a hotel and a store. Mr. Van Horn was post master when the post office was established on April 12, 1901. The post office was closed December 31, 1925.
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