2 edition of History of King County, Washington found in the catalog.
History of King County, Washington
|Statement||by Clarence B. Bagley.|
|LC Classifications||F897.K4 B14 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 v. :|
|LC Control Number||85176994|
King County Women's Advisory Board and women's program established. Both mandate the fostering of "programs, legislation, and polices for the benefit of women throughout King County." Over the next five years they will complete a general needs assessment of women in King County. History of King County, Washington by Clarence Bagley starting at $ History of King County, Washington has 0 available edition to buy at Alibris.
King County, Washington King County Education, Geography, and History. King County is a county located in the state of Washington. Based on the census, its population was 1,, King is the most populous county in Washington, and the 13th-most populous in the United States. The county seat is Seattle, which is the state's largest city. King County Landmarks and Heritage Program, King County Office of Cultural Resources Second Avenue, Suite , Seattle, WA () , V/TDD. Introduction. The following bibliography is an introduction to major references about the history of geographic areas of King County. The listings are organized by King.
Buy History of King County, Washington by Clarence Bagley (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Clarence Bagley. Sources: Clarence B. Bagley, History of King County (Chicago-Seattle: S. J. Clarke Publishing Co., ).Also see: Edmond S. Meany, History of the State of Washington (New York: MacMillan Company, Publishers, ); James R. Warren, King County and its Queen City: Seattle (Woodland Hills, California: Windsor Publications, Inc., ); Robert Boyd, The Coming of the Spirit of Pestilence.
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Bagley's original. Vol. I covers the history of King County. Volumes II - III - IV give history and bios of the business and political leaders of King County with many photos. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features.
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History of King County, Washington by Clarence Bagley,S. Clarke Pub. edition, in English. Bagley, Clarence, History of King County, Washington. The author's name does not appear on t.p. of v. Vols. contain biographical material. by Calrence B. Bagley. A great resource covering a wide range of King County history topics is HistoryLink (external link), a non-profit community history website featuring essays and other independent research relating to Seattle, King County, and Washington State.
HistoryLink is not part of King County government nor of the King County Archives, which make no endorsement as to the accuracy of the material presented. King County, Washington's largest county, is the first county in the nation to be named in honor of the Reverend Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. (), the celebrated civil rights leader and advocate of. History of King County, Washington.
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Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you. Less than three months later, inWashington Territory came into being and King County became part of Washington Territory.
King County was originally named for William Rufus DeVane King, a senator from Alabama elected U.S. vice president the year of his death in Plats are accepted, established and modified by the King County Council (prior tothe King County Commissioners).
To find the actual Council ordinance or Commissioner resolution establishing or modifying a specific plat, see the county's Legislative Files or contact the King County Archives. Additional information about the establishment or modification of plats, pre, can be found.
King County Commissioners' road books, The volumes in this series record county road establishments and other road matters undertaken by the King County Commissioners between and approximately Records are not present between August and February Next week some members of the University community will celebrate the sesquicentennial of King County with a party for their new book, More Voices, New Stories: King County Washington’s First Years.
“The book is cultural and social history of the county,” says Mary Wright, a lecturer in American Indian Studies and History and the book’s editor.
King County originally extended to the Olympic Peninsula. According to historian Bill Speidel, when peninsular prohibitionists threatened to shut down Seattle's saloons, Doc Maynard engineered a peninsular independence movement; King County lost what is now Kitsap County, but preserved its entertainment industry.
Namesake. History of King County, Washington by Clarence Bagley; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Biography, History; Places: King County (Wash.).
History of Washington County from Its First Settlement to the Present Time: First Under Virginia as Yohogania, Ohio, Or Augusta County Untiland Subsequently Under Pennsylvania; with Sketches of All the Townships, Boroughs, and Villages, Etc.; and to which is Added, a Full Account of the Celebrated Mason and Dixon's Line, the Whiskey Insurrection, Indian Warfare, Traditional and Local.
History of King County, Washington (Book): Bagley, Clarence. Help Help, opens a new window. A MOTION setting forth the historical basis for "renaming" King County after the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., instead of William Rufus DeVane King for whom King County is currently named.
WHEREAS, the County of King in the State of Washington was named after William Rufus Devane King by the Oregon Territorial legislature inand.Read the digitized book:History of King County, Washington, Vol. 02 - History of King County, Washington, Vol.
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