Washington: A Guide to the Evergreen State

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WASHINGTON
A Guide to the Evergreen State

Compiled by workers of the Writers' Program
of the Work Projects Administration
in the State of Washington

AMERICAN GUIDE SERIES
ILLUSTRATED

Sponsored by the Washington State Historical Society
BINFORDS & MORT: Publishers: PORTLAND, ORE.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Illustrations xiii
  • Maps xvii
  • General Information xix
  • Recreational Areas xxiii
  • Calendar of Events xxvii
  • Part I Washington: Past and Present 1
  • From Sagebrush to Seacoast 2
  • Natural Setting 6
  • Indians 29
  • History and Government 37
  • Transportation 56
  • Agriculture 62
  • Industry, Commerce, and Labor 68
  • Education 95
  • Religion 101
  • Social Institutions 104
  • Sports and Recreation 108
  • Newspapers and Radio 114
  • Literature 120
  • Arts and Crafts 129
  • Music 135
  • The Theater 142
  • Architecture 154
  • The Coast *
  • Part II Cities 163
  • Aberdeen and Hoquiam 165
  • Bellingham 175
  • Everett 186
  • History: the Indians *
  • Olympia 201
  • Seattle 209
  • Spokane 242
  • Tacoma 261
  • Vancouver 278
  • Agriculture *
  • Walla Walla 289
  • Wenatchee 295
  • Yakima 299
  • Part III Tours 305
  • Tour 1 307
  • Tour 1a 325
  • Tour 1b 332
  • Tour 1c 338
  • Tour 1 D 347
  • Tour 2 353
  • Tour 3 395
  • Tour 4 414
  • Tour 4a 428
  • Tour 5 432
  • Tour 6 438
  • Tour 7 449
  • Tour 8 470
  • Tour 8a 502
  • Tour 8b 508
  • Tour 8c 516
  • Tour 8d 525
  • Tour 8e 531
  • Tour 9 538
  • Tour 9a 568
  • Mount Rainier National Park 576
  • Olympic National Park 598
  • Puget Sound Tours 607
  • Island Tours 616
  • Part IV Appendices 635
  • Chronology 637
  • Bibliography 644
  • Index 654
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