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 ...
vi Origin of Washington Geographic Names turned to face the storm on the open sea. From that experience he called the place Cape Flattery. Another Englishman, Captain ...
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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
Origin of Washington Geographic Names 285 Sunnyside, a town in the eastern part of Yakima County. Mr. E. F. Blaine writes that the town "was laid out by Walter N. Gran-www.jstor.org/stable/40474799
run of Sockeye salmon to be found in any Washington stream debouching into Puget ... Origin of Bear Creek Sockeye ¥ The Testable Hypotheses are:ib.berkeley.edu/labs/slatkin/eriq/talks/eric_lakewash.pdf