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ORIGIN OF WASHINGTON GEOGRAPHIC NAMES [Continued from Volu",e XI, page 135] l\IE1'OTOR, a former town three miles from Pataha in Garfield County. It was at ...
Origin of Washington Geographic Names 109 in 1828. He came to Oregon in 1848 and died March 3, 1892. (His tory of Southwestern Washington, pages 284-285and ... Down
Origin of Washington Geographic Names 109 in 1828. He came to Oregon in 1848 and died March 3, 1892. (His tory of Southwestern Washington, pages 284-285and …journals.lib.washington.edu/index.php/WHQ/article/download/5588/4662
Origin of Washington Geographic Names 27 pedition, 1841, in honor of J. D. Brackenridge, assistant botanist of the United States ship Vincennes of the Wilkes …www.jstor.org/stable/40474283
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Origin of Washington Geographic Names. 41 Whatcom County, was named for John Tennant, on whose land the lake is situated. (Fred L. Whiting, of Ferndale, in Names …www.jstor.org/stable/40474686