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A Review Of The Resources And Industries Of The State Of

Auhtor: Ithamar Howell

Language: english
Published: 1909

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Review by Dr. Bojan Tunguz, March 2007


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... of the exalted name, so happily bestowed upon it, the most carping critic must admit. With a population now reaching up toward a million and a half, and ...
... that haunt the mountain [Page 13] streams, through the long list of delectable salt and fresh water food, the fisherman of Washington has an enticing ...
... the ocean tides ebb and flow, upon whose surface the navies of the world could maneuver to their heart's content, while visible from shore to shore ...
... changing color. Formerly, a predominating feature of the state was its [Page 25] big herds feeding gratuitously on government lands. This condition ...
... of the different purposes mentioned, and with proper care it may be made to yield beyond the most sanguine expectations. A market is ready and waiting ...
... thus presented the picture in perspective, we will now work out some of the details which help to rob it of its difficulty and add to its ...
... Puget Sound, Kitsap County.]. [Illustration: Plate No. 37.-Steamship Dakota in Government Drydock at Navy Yard, Puget Sound, Kitsap County.]. [Illustration: ...
... 640 square miles. It takes in a portion of the Blue mountains, from which numerous small streams furnish abundant water for all domestic farm purposes ...
... following its general direction meets the Columbia river where the Great Northern railroad touches its valley, thus putting all of that railroad in ...
... diagonally through the county and crosses the Columbia river near Pasco. The Oregon Railroad & [Page 58] Navigation railway taps the wheat belt in ...
... and Flagler, having plenty of water to spare for thousands mote. IRONDALE is practically a suburb of Port Townsend, having the only pig iron plant ...
... numerous small creeks and lakes occur. RESOURCES. The great resource of Lincoln county is its wheat fields, which in 1907 produced to exceed ...
... Park, Reached by Railroad and Driveway from Tacoma.]. [Illustration: Plate No. 65.-San Juan County Views.]. [Illustration: Plate No. 66.-Purse ...
... slowly and the bulk of its natural wealth is still practically untouched. Its minerals, well known to be valuable, are attracting the attention of prospectors, ...
... 15,000 horse-power is developed. There are four national banks, with a combined capital of $3,425,000. The city owns its own water works, from which ...
... is mild, healthful and vigorous. [Illustration: Plate No. 81.-Farm Scene Near Colville, Stevens County.]. [Illustration: Plate No. 82.-View ...
... | Franklin | E. R. Doughty | E. L. Chittenden KALAMA | Cowlitz | A. L. Watson | E. N. Howe Kelso | Cowlitz | M. J. Lord | Max Whittlesey Kennewick ...
... Pacific Ry. and steamers Yacolt | Northern Pacific railway. [Page 96] STATE OFFICERS, COMMISIONS, BOARDS AND PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS OF WASHINGTON. ...
... | 65,156.38 Kitsap | 27,157.40 | 12,178.10 | 1,794.70 | 13,972.80 | 13,184.60 Kittitas | 129,590.97 | 4,648.01 | 1,840.00 | 6,488.01 | 123,102.96 ...
... | 1.82| 9.2| | 7|13|11| 7| W February |35.2| 71| 1901|-22|1893| | 1.14| 5.6| | 8|12| 9| 6| W March |42.5| 78| 1895| 2|1896| | 0.57| 0.4| |12|14| ...