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 ...
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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
The Origins of Lake Washington Sockeye Salmon What Can Genetic Data Tell Us? Eric Anderson ... Origin of Bear Creek Sockeye ¥ The Testable Hypotheses are:ib.berkeley.edu/labs/slatkin/eriq/talks/eric_lakewash.pdf