Remembering Washington State

Remembering Washington State

by Dale E. Soden

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Remembering Washington State by Dale E. Soden

Washington State has a rich history. Known for its stunning natural beauty and diversity, Washington was populated for centuries by a large number of Native American tribes. Explored by British sea captains in the late eighteenth century, the region was opened in the early nineteenth century with the aid of explorers Lewis and Clark. With the coming of the railroads, cities such as Seattle, Tacoma, and Spokane grew rapidly, while other communities sprouted up around the state. From coal mining in King County and logging in the deep forests, to farming in the Palouse and fishing on the Columbia, everyday men and women attempted to carve a living. With a selection of fine historic images from his best-selling book, Historic Photos of Washington State, Dale E. Soden provides a valuable and revealing historical retrospective on the growth and development of Washington State. Selected from several archival collections, these photographs include a number of images from two of Washington’s best-known photographers, brothers Edward and Asahel Curtis. Published in striking black-and-white, Remembering Washington State reveals the history of what has become one of the most intriguing states in the nation.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781596526747
Publisher: Turner Publishing Company
Publication date: 06/14/2010
Series: Remembering Series
Pages: 134
Sales rank: 817,792
Product dimensions: 10.48(w) x 8.62(h) x 0.37(d)

About the Author

Dale E. Soden is a Professor of History at Whitworth University in Spokane, Washington, and has taught there since 1985. He earned his Ph.D. in American intellectual history from the University of Washington and his undergraduate degree in history from Pacific Lutheran University. He has written about various aspects of the history of the Pacific Northwest for more than twenty-five years. His best-known book is The Reverend Mark Matthews: Activist in the Progressive Era (University of Washington Press, 2001).

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