From the inauspicious beginnings in 1884 of a town named Bug, the two communities of Sedro and Woolley grew together, consolidated in 1898 by a lifeline of three railways: the Seattle & Northern, Seattle & International, and Fairhaven & Southern. Nestled in the beautiful Skagit Valley, Sedro-Woolley was carved out of the rich forest that, along with the discovery of a coal vein north of the city, cemented the area's prosperity and attracted the first hardy frontier residents. Using more than 200 vintage photographs, this ...

Sedro-Woolley, Washington 2003, Arcadia Publishing (SC), Charleston, SC

ISBN-13: 9780738520902

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