Washington's History: The People, Land, and Events of the Far Northwest

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An anything-but-dry history textbook in a pocket-sized package, WASHINGTON'S HISTORY is a fascinating walk through the lengthy story of a place and its people. Historian Harry Ritter introduces the Native American peoples who lived in the region's coastal rainforests and inland plateau, the European and U.S. seafarers who explored and mapped the complicated shores and islands, and the leaders involved in conflicts over boundaries, resources, and religion. There's the story of The Pig War, which began with an assassinated ...

Washington's History: The People, Land, and Events of the Far Northwest 2003, Westwinds Press

ISBN-13: 9781558686410

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