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One stone sits alone atop a bluff overlooking Columbia River, just to east of the large Stevenson Cemetery (said to be donated by the Bevans' family) by railroad tracks out of Stevenson, WA. Now privately owned by Jim Caldwell, the Old Bevans Cemetery had become washed away and no original stones were left. Erected sometime early in 2000, a large stone stands to identify those known to have been buried on this outpost. What originally was a landing spot on the Columbia River for Indian and pioneer fishermen, now the site is used as a privately owned incredibly beautiful windsurfing and water recreational site framed by the Columbia River Gorge and the Cascade Mountain Range.