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The Coweeman River is a tributary of the Cowlitz River, in the U.S. state of Washingtonmarker. Its name comes from the Cowlitz word ko-wee-na, meaning "short one", referring to a short Indian who once lived along the river.


The Coweeman River originates in Coweeman Lake and flows west for to join the Cowlitz River near the confluence of the Cowlitz and Columbia River at Kelsomarker.

Just below the mouth of its first named tributary, Butler Creek, the river drops over Washboard Falls. There are said to be other waterfalls along the river, however they are not named.


The Rose Valley Road off the Old 99 goes on for abaut 16 miles before the road meets a gate. Then a bridge which crosses a stream named Baird Creek, which comes from a spring off of Baird Mountain. Then it is all Weyerhauser from their on.

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