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Women and children on an automobile outing

Women and children on an automobile outing, ca. 1910 ..Photographer: .Unknown..Subjects (LCSH):.Automobiles.Women.Children.Portraits, Group..Digital Collection: .Transportation Collection.content.lib.washington... more

Washington State from "Adventures on the Columbia River, including the narrative of a residence of six years on the western side of the Rocky Mountains, among various tribes of Indians hitherto unknown: together with a journey across the American continent"

This image has been taken from scan 000489 from "Adventures on the Columbia River, including the narrative of a residence of six years on the western side of the Rocky Mountains, among various tribes of Indians... more

No. 2, log huts, winter quarters of the Br. N. Am. Boundary Commission on the banks of the Columbia two miles above the Hudson Bay Cos. post at Colville

Photograph shows bird's-eye view of 15 or more log cabins near Fort Colville, Washington, with the Columbia River in the middle distance.

United States military post, Fort Vancouver, Columbia River - General Harney's house beside flagstaff, May 1859 [sic]

Photograph shows view of the U.S. military post at Fort Vancouver, on the Columbia River; identifies General William Selby Harney's house on the right by the flag pole.

Block house, upper Cascades, Columbia River - scene of a massacre of whites by the Indians, view taken May 1860

Photograph shows a blockhouse and another building in a clearing in a densely wooded area along the Columbia River in the Cascade Range.

Huts of the H. B. Co's. [i.e., Hudson's Bay Company's] servants, Fort Colville

Photograph shows the servants' buildings at the Hudson's Bay Company's post at Fort Colville, Washington.

Falls on the Colville (Mill River), 1860

Photograph shows waterfalls on the Colville River in Washington.

H. B. Co's. [i.e., Hudson's Bay Company's] post, Fort Vancouver, Columbia River - officers' mess house and quarters, May 1860

Photograph shows view officers' quarters and other buildings at the Hudson's Bay Company's post at Fort Vancouver, on the Columbia River.

Hudson's Bay Co's. Fort Colville, Columbia River, 1860

Photograph shows a cluster of buildings of the Hudson's Bay Company Post at Fort Colville on an expanse of plains with hills and mountains in the background.

Fort Vancouver, Hudson's Bay Co's. post, Columbia River, enclosing tents of N. A. [i.e., North American] Boundary Commission, May 1860

Photograph shows view of buildings and tents at the Hudson's Bay Company's post at Fort Vancouver, on the Columbia River. The British North American Boundary Commission survey crews arrived at Fort Vancouver in... more

U.S. post, lower Cascades, Columbia River - guard house, May 1860

Photograph shows the guard house and cannon at a United States Army post on the Columbia River in the lower Cascade Range.

Indian wigwams near Fort Colville

Photograph shows tipis at a Native American encampment near Fort Colville, Washington.

Officers' house, Hudson's Bay Co's. Fort Colville, 1860

Photograph shows buildings of the officers' quarters of the Hudson's Bay Company's post at Fort Colville, Washington.

U.S. military post at the Cascades, May 1860

Photograph shows the guardhouse and other buildings at a United States Army post on the Columbia River in the lower Cascade Range; mountains in the background.

Mule laden with casks - Boundary Commission huts, Colville, Columbia R.

Photograph shows three men with a mule with two casks tied to its back at the British North American Boundary Commission base in Colville; also shows two Boundary Commission huts.

Falls on the Colville (Mill) River with the H. B. Co's. [i.e., Hudson's Bay Company's] mill, October 1860

Photograph shows waterfalls on the Colville River in Washington, with a Hudson's Bay Company mill above the falls in the background; also shows in the foreground, Ponderosa pine and alder trees.

U.S. military post, lower Cascades, Columbia River, May 1860

Photograph shows buildings at a United States Army post on the Columbia River in the lower Cascade Range; snow covered mountain in the background.

Officers' mess house, H. B. Co's. [i.e., Hudson's Bay Company's] post, Fort Vancouver, May 1860

Photograph shows exterior view officers' mess hall at the Hudson's Bay Company's post at Fort Vancouver, on the Columbia River.

Roman Catholic mission near Fort Colville, 1860

Photograph shows a wooden building of a Roman Catholic mission near Fort Colville, Washington.

Part of the Kettle Falls of the Columbia

Photograph shows the Kettle Falls portion of the Columbia River in Washington.

Colton's township map of Oregon & Washington Territory, issued by the Oregon Railway and Navigation Co.

Shows relief by hachures, drainage, cities and towns, township and county boundaries, Indian reservations, ocean routes, and railroads with emphasis on the main lines.

Washington State from "Massacres of the Mountains. A history of the Indian wars of the Far West ... Illustrated"

This image has been taken from scan 000361 from "Massacres of the Mountains. A history of the Indian wars of the Far West ... Illustrated". The title and subject terms of this image have been generated from tag... more

Worker's cabin, Scenic, Washington

Worker's cabin, Scenic, Washington..Photographer: .Pickett, Lee..Subjects (LCSH):.Construction camps--Washington (State)--Scenic.Cabins--Washington (State)--Scenic ..Digital Collection: .Lee Pickett Photographs... more

A Puyallup hop ranch near Tacoma, Washington Territory / drawn by Charles Graham.

Four scenes of a hop ranch including Native Americans working in hop fields, a camp of hop-pickers, a hop house, and Native Americans in boats traveling to ranch.

Start of Seattle fire, June 6, 1889, cor. First and Madison

Photograph shows crowd on street watching buildings burn; black smoke billowing up from fire fill the sky.

Cram's township and railroad map of Washington.

Shows relief by hachures, drainage, cities and towns, and the railroads distinguished by color and name.

Pa. Ave. and 4th Street, Tacoma, Washington

Men digging up street while others watch.

Adeline [i.e., Angeline?] Princess of Seattle, Wash., 100 years old

Stereograph shows old woman seated on doorstep.