Browns Point is a point of land in Pierce County, Washington, United States, bordered by Tacoma on the east and Puget Sound on all other sides. The Tacoma neighborhood immediately adjacent to Browns Point is also referred to locally as "Browns Point" (although it is also often referred to as Northeast Tacoma). Originally named Point Harris, after Alvin Harris, a sail maker on the Wilkes Expedition, Browns Point was later renamed by residents for an early landowner. Browns Point is home to the Browns Point Lighthouse, which, although now fully automated, was once fully manned and was first lit on December 12, 1887. (Tacoma Real Estate)
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