3 edition of North Cascades archival resources in Washington State repositories found in the catalog.
North Cascades archival resources in Washington State repositories
Harry M. Majors
|Statement||prepared by Harry M. Majors ... ; edited by Karyl Winn.|
|Contributions||Winn, Karyl, 1942-, University of Washington,, Pacific Northwest History Collection.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 17 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||17|
North Cascades Audubon Society Records: Repository: Western Washington University, Center for Pacific Northwest Studies: Summary: The North Cascades Audubon Society (NCAS) Records documents environmental interests and activities of a non-profit group based in Whatcom County, Washington. Collection Title: Whatcom Land Trust records: Repository. , Prehistoric Indians in the North Cascades. Vol. , No. 3 (Geographica). Smith, Allan H. , Ethnography of the North Cascades. Center for Northwest Anthropology, Washington State University, Project Report Number 7, and National Park Service, Cultural Resources Division, Pacific Northwest Region, Seattle, Washington.
The transfer of records to the State Archives is an ongoing process. Some historical records remain with their originating office pending future transfer to the Archives. Although the Archives does not hold all the records for the entire span of Washington's history from the various county and city offices in the region, it does hold extensive. Get this from a library! North Cascades. [Saul Weisberg; Mary Lu Moore] -- North Cascades National Park is located in northwest Washington approximately 85 miles east of Bellingham, WA.
Washington State Archives (Puget Sound Regional Branch) – King, Kitsap and Pierce Counties. Washington State Repositories. Center for Pacific Northwest Studies. Central Washington University Archives and Special Collections. Evergreen State College Archive and Special Collections. Gonzaga University Archives. University of Puget Sound. 50 years of preserving and exploring in the North Cascades of Washington. September 5, Secretary of State's Office From the desk of Sean Lanksbury, PNW & Special Collections Librarian A small selection of resources tracing 50 years of preserving and exploring in the North Cascades of Washington.
Breastfeeding and drugs in human milk
When the eagle screamed
The New-York Society, for the Information and Assistance of Persons Emigrating from Foreign Countries.
Draft regulations implementing the South African Divestment Ordinance.
Two missionary heroines in Africa
John W. Adair.
Middle Eastern jewelry, persian, caucasian, turkish, turkoman and nomadic rugs, textiles and a large selection of carpets and related books
The physical friend
Railroading on the Washington Division
Six Nations Reserve
The ladys miscellany
The COMPLETE encyclopaedia of the animal world
Poetical miscellanies from a manuscript collection of the time of James I
The writings of E.M. Forster
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North Cascades National Park Service Complex, Washington ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This study on the historic resources of the North Cascades is the result of a collaborative effort by many individuals to whom I am grateful.
Situated in the northwestern part of the United States, the Cascade Range bisects the state of Washington and forms its north-south spine. The natural resources which comprise this impressive range of mountains are diverse, even to the most casual observer. Washington Board of State Road Commissioners.
Records Washington State Library Manuscripts, Olympia, Washington. Washington State Planning Council. Cascade Mountain Study, June-July Willis, Margaret, editor. Skagit Settlers: Trials and Triumphs Mount Vernon, Washington: Skagit County Historical Society, Figure 14 Relation of the timber resource in the North Cascades Study Area to the timber resource of the State of Washington and to the Nation in terms of available commercial forest area and sawtimber volume, allowable annual cut, and lumber, plywood, and pulp production or plant capacity.
Development on what eventually became the Holden Mine began on Railroad Creek along the south shore of Lake Chelan at this time. This mine would ultimately be the largest commercial copper mine in the North Cascades and in Washington State, employing several hundred men until when consistently low metal prices forced its closure.
Our journal: The Wild Cascades. Our books: Wilderness Alps: Conservation and Conflict, Stehekin North Cascades archival resources in Washington State repositories book A Valley in Time, & Hikes in Washington’s North Cascades National Park Region.
A free e-book: ‘Impressions of the North Cascades’ Our brochure. Since we live on the East Coast, our time in the Pacific Northwest is limited. The title of the book, "Don't Waste Your Time in the North Cascades," sums it up. We've used it for two trips to northern Washington state and think it's really handy.
The book's rating of trails and hikes allows the reader to get right to the best spots/5(28). Founded inNorth Cascades Institute is a nationally recognized education nonprofit organization that empowers people of all ages and backgrounds to explore, enjoy and learn about the mountains, rivers, forests, people and wildlife of the Pacific Northwest—so all.
The North Cascades Conservation Council (NCCC) was organized in with the mission "to protect and preserve the North Cascades' scenic, scientific, recreational, educational, and wilderness values." For the next ten years, NCCC was dedicated to its main goal, the establishment of a North Cascades.
Wilderness Alps: Conservation and Conflict in Washington’s North Cascades by Harvey Manning and NCCC. Published by Northwest Wild Books, pages, with maps, historic photos, and beautiful color images by Pat O’Hara, Dave Schiefelbein, Tom Hammond and others.
National and local conservation groups like the NC3 took Douglas’s admonition to heart and used his book and others to inform the general public about the beauty of the wilderness areas in Washington.
Other book s included one by the Mountaineers titled “The North Cascades” () and a Sierra Club photo book titled “The Wild Cascades. The Cascade Range is part of a vast mountain chain that spans for over miles, from Mount Shasta, in northern California to British Columbia in the north.
The beautiful North Cascade Range, located in northwestern Washington State, has some of the most scenic, and geologically complex mountains in the United States. Photos from the North Cascade Area Investigation. The National Park Service surveyed the Cascades in Washington for a potential National Park way back in during FDRs administration.
Here’s an album of photos produced as a supplement to that report, and a selected photo showing the team, with a close-up.
Panorama. "*GPO: /" Alternate title: North Cascades National Park, Ross Lake and Lake Chelan national recreation areas, Washington. Oriented with north to the right. Includes notes. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. DRM. Historical Records of Washington State: Records and Papers Held at Repositories (Washington State Historical Records Advisory Board, ) Compiled by the Washington State Historical Records and Archives Project, volume two of this publication contains brief descriptions about archives and manuscript holdings before Our Mission To protect and preserve the North Cascades' scenic, scientific, recreational, educational, and wilderness values.
Go to our Facebook page to see recent news. Search. Repository: University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections: Search terms: 1 (occurrences of term(s) in document) Summary: Correspondence, minutes, reports, and other records of the North Cascades Conservation Council, a conservation group that spearheaded the development of the North Cascades National Park in Washington state.
Remote, rugged, and spectacularly majestic North Cascades are one of the Pacific Northwest’s crown jewels: a combination of national park, national forest, wilderness, and national recreation areas.
This book is the first full-length account chronicling its creation. Fifty years after the park’s creation, the story is more relevant than ever.
The last of the three great National Parks we are featuring this month is Washington’s North Cascades Park. It is also the last of our parks to be designated as such, with park status only coming in with the passing of the North Cascades National Park Act.
The park along with two “National Recreation Areas”, Ross Lake and Lake Chelan, and all are managed as the North Cascades. Jagged snow-dusted peaks, glaciers, waterfalls and shadowy valleys compete for attention in North Cascades National Park.
Ice-chilled Ross Lake spills over into Canada at its northeast edge, a popular destination for canoers and kayakers while Lake Chelan, traversed by passenger ferry, noses into the south tail of the park, stretching down past national forest and wilderness areas to the.Personal Papers/Corporate Records (University of Washington) () Visual Materials Collections (University of Washington) (74) Indians of North America--Washington (State) (8) University Archives/Faculty Papers (University of Washington) (6) Eskimos--Alaska--Photographs (5) Indians of North America--Folklore (5) Indians of North America--Northwest, Pacific (5) Frontier and pioneer life.Gerry Cook grew up in the rural foothills of the North Cascades and fell in in love early with the high country.
After his bachelor's degree in Fine Arts from Washington State University, Gerry returned to Marblemount for summer work in the North Cascades, first with the U.S.
Forest Service and later as a National Park Service fire lookout.