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2 edition of history of Pasco, Washington, to 1915. found in the catalog.

history of Pasco, Washington, to 1915.

Marjorie Hales

history of Pasco, Washington, to 1915.

by Marjorie Hales

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Franklin County (Wash.) -- History.,
  • Pasco (Wash.) -- History.

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 167 l.
    Number of Pages167
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16743827M

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    Pasco County These photos supplement the web site I welcome contributions of photos and improvements to the captions by email. New Port Richey Booklet. 18 photos Elfers Brochure. 10 photos New Port Richey Booklet. 20 photos Dade City. Pasco, city, seat () of Franklin county, southeastern Washington, U.S., situated at the confluence of the Snake and Columbia rivers, opposite Kennewick and immediately southeast of ished on the site of a prehistoric Indian village in , when the Northern Pacific Railway (now Burlington Northern Sante Fe) reached that point, it was named by a railroad surveyor for Cerro de.


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History of Pasco, Washington, to 1915 by Marjorie Hales Download PDF EPUB FB2

Northern Pacific map of line through Pasco and Kennewick (detail), Courtesy Washington State University Archives (WSU FC ) Lewis Street, Pasco, s.

Postcard. Confluence of Snake and Columbia rivers, Sketch by Meriwether Lewis, Courtesy UW Special Collections. Pasco, s. Postcard.

Editorial Reviews. Title: Susan Faulkner Interviewed About Her Book, Early Pasco Author: Publisher: KVEW-TV Date: 8/20/09 Susan Faulkner, member of the Tri-City Genealogical Society and one of the Four Fantastic Presenters for Session D at the upcoming Washington State Genealogical Society's State Conference was interviewed this history of Pasco about her brand new book, Early Pasco 4/4(1).

The Northern Pacific Railway was built in the s and brought many settlers to the area, causing the Washington Territory to become a state on Novem Inthe railroad town of Ainsworth moved to Pasco, giving Pasco the county seat.

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A Hendley. Northern Pacific map of line through Pasco and Kennewick (detail), Courtesy Washington State University Archives (WSU FC ) Ainsworth, ca.

History of Pasco Yakima Valley Museum (Image ) Lewis Street, Pasco, s. Postcard. Northern Pacific Depot, Pasco, Postcard. Steamer Inland Empire docking at Pasco, ca. Pasco - Years in Pictures The object of this book is to tell the history of Pasco during it's first years with pictures, each accompanied with brief narration.

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Pasco is one of three cities that make up the Tri-Cities region of the state of Washington. The Tri-Cities is a mid-sized metropolitan area of approximatelypeople that also includes the cities of Kennewick and Richland in a code: Franklin - Pasco: Tri-City Herald: - - - - $ Ancestry: Franklin - Pasco: Tri-City Herald: - $ GenealogyBank: Washington Socialist: - Free: Library of Congress: Snohomish - Everett: Washington Socialist: - $ : Snohomish - Snohomish: Northern Star: - Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.

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The third Pasco High School building, which opened in According to McCormick, the new Pasco High School was completed in at a cost of $, Thomas Burch Cornelius was the first principal in this building. The building was used as Pasco High School from through graduation in WASHINGTON STATE TELEPHONE BOOKS.

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