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Official Government Links & Info
Washington Territory was created from the Oregon Territory on 2 March 1853; Washington State was admitted to the Union on 11 November 1889 as the 42nd state.
Washington's population (2012 estimate) is 6,897,012; the three largest cities are Seattle (621,000), Spokane (210,000), and Tacoma (201,000).
Washington State covers 71,300 square miles {184,827 square kilometers}.
The unofficial popular name is 'Evergreen State'.
The state flower is the Pacific Rhododendron (Rhododendron macrophyllum); the state tree is the Western Hemlock (Tsuga heterophylla).
The state bird is the Willow Goldfinch (Carduelis tristis); the state fish is the Steelhead Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss gairdnerii).
The state mammal is the Olympic Marmot (Marmota olympus); the state marine mammal is the Orca (Orcinus orca).
The time zone in Washington State is Pacific Time.

Official Website of the State of Washington
Washington State Tourism Alliance official website

Statewide Links
browse travel books about Washington State U.S.A. at Amazon
Washington State entry at Wikipedia
Washington Territory entry at Wikipedia
Washington State Lodging Assn. [est. 1920]
Washington State Restaurant Assn. [est. 1928]
Washington State 'HistoryLink' website [est. 1998]
Black Bear Diner [chain est. 1995] {3 locations in Washington State}
American Mensa of Western Washington
American Mensa of Eastern Washington, Northern Idaho & Montana [est. 1981]
www.awshcc.com/ Association of Washington State Hispanic Chambers of Commerce
Daily Grind Espresso chain [est. 1995; 6 locations] in Washington State

League of Conservation Voters [est. 1969] headquartered in Washington, DC - Washington State Branch is based in Seattle

A Few Important People
Governor Jay Inslee (Dem)
Lt. Governor Brad Owen (Dem)
Sen. Patty Murray [since 1993; Dem] official campaign website
Sen. Maria Cantwell [since 2001; Dem] 2012 re-election campaign website

author Sherman Alexie lives in Spokane, Washington

fictional Seattle detective J.P. Beaumont, written by J.A. Jance

poet Richard Brautigan [1935-84]

Lewis & Clark Expedition [1804-06]

Chief Seattle

King County, Washington [est. 1852]
Located south and east of Puget Sound; population 1,931,249 (2010 census) in 2,307 square miles (5,975 km²), which is twice the size of Rhode island.
Cities include Seattle {county seat}, Algona, Auburn (mostly), Beaux Arts Village, Bellevue, Black Diamond, Bothell (partly), Burien, Carnation, Clyde Hill, Covington, Des Moines, Duvall, Enumclaw, Federal Way, Hunts Point, Issaquah, Kenmore, Kent, Kirkland, Lake Forest Park, Maple Valley, Medina, Mercer Island, Newcastle, Normandy Park, North Bend, Pacific (mostly), Redmond, Renton, Sammamish, SeaTac, Shoreline, Skykomish, Snoqualmie, Tukwila, Woodinville & Yarrow Point; communities include Ames Lake, Baring, Boulevard Park, Bryn Mawr-Skyway, Cottage Lake, Cumberland, East Renton Highlands, Fairwood, Fall City, Grotto, Hobart, Kanaskat, Kangley, Klahanie, Lake Holm, Lake Marcel-Stillwater, Lake Morton-Berrydale, Lakeland North, Lakeland South, Maple Heights-Lake Desire, Mirrormont, Palmer, Preston, Ravensdale, Riverbend, Riverton, Selleck, Shadow Lake, Tanner, Union Hill-Novelty Hill, Vashon, White Center & Wilderness Rim; also includes ghost towns Foster, Franklin, Hot Springs, Krain, Lester, Monohon, Nagrom, Osceola, Wellington & Weston
King County [WA] official website
King County [WA] entry at Wikipedia
www.eastkingchambers.org/ ?East King County Chambers of Commerce
www.kingcountyhispanicchamber.com/? King County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Southwest King County Chamber of Commerce [est. 1989]

www.bellevuechamber.org/ Bellevue Chamber of Commerce
www.duvallchamberofcommerce.com/? Duvall Chamber of Commerce
www.enumclawchamber.com/? Enumclaw Chamber of Commerce
www.fremontseattle.com/ Fremont Chamber of Commerce
www.issaquahchamber.com/ Issaquah Chamber of Commerce
www.kentchamber.com/ Kent Chamber of Commerce
www.kirklandchamber.org/? Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce
www.mercerislandchamber.com/? Mercer Island Chamber of Commerce
www.sammamishchamber.org/? Sammamish Chamber of Commerce
www.shorelinechamber.com/ Shoreline Chamber of Commerce
www.snovalley.org/? Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce
www.vashonchamber.com/ Vashon - Maury Island Chamber of Commerce
Wellington in king county http://www.trainmuseum.org/Wellington/ObergB.php
www.woodinvillechamber.org/ Woodinville Chamber of Commerce
The Inside Gateway model RR store [est. 1990], 14128 NE Woodinville-Duvall Road in Woodinville, WA

Seattle, Washington
Seattle [WA] C.V.B.
http://www.seattlechamber.com/ Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce
www.wschamber.com/ ?West Seattle Chamber of Commerce

Seattle [WA] Art Museum
Seattle [WA] Symphony [est. 1903]
Cinerama [1963] in Seattle, Washington
Paramount Theatre [est. 1928], 911 Pine Street in Seattle, Washington
The Neptune Theatre [built 1921], 1303 NE 45th Street in U-District Seattle, Washington
The Moore Theatre [built 1907], 1932 Second Avenue in Seattle, Washington
www.5thAvenueTheatre.org + palaces? + http://www.5thavenue.org/ in seattle
www.TheParamount.com + palaces
The Harvard Exit movie theater
Broadway Market movie theater (97)
NW Folklore Festival in Seattle [May 2005] = www.NWfolklife.org
'What The Hell Did I Just Watch?' Comedy Video Festival [June 2009 = #4] in Seattle, Washington
Charles & Emma Frye Free Public Art Museum [est. 1952] in Seattle, Washington

The Seattle Film Institute [est. 1994] in Washington State

Seattle [WA] Post-Intelligencer newspaper [est. 1863; online only March 2009]
Seattle [WA] Times newspaper [est. 1896]
Seattle [WA] Sun monthly newspaper [est. 1997]
Seattle Air America Radio progressive talk on K.T.P.K. 1090-AM

Mayflower Park Hotel [est. 1927] in Seattle, Washington
The Roosevelt Hotel [est. 1929] in Seattle, Washington
Four Seasons Olympic Hotel built 1924
www.AlexisHotel.com [built 1907]
the historic Sorrento Hotel = http://www.hotelsorrento.com/
http://www.innoftwingables.com/ B&B [built 1915] on Queen Anne Hill in Seattle

Amazon, Inc. "The World's Largest Bookseller" [est. 1994] Page at Spirit of America
Clover [est. 2004] high-end professional coffee brewing equipment of Seattle, Washington

food & beverage
rated #3 on Travelocity's Top Beer Destinations List, September 2017
Trattoria Mitchelli ?
Seattle residents have long been familiar with the Dahlia Bakery
Berkshire grill
Dick's Drive-In
Macrina Bakery & Cafe in Seattle
Bell Street Diner
real? Ezell's Chicken at east end of Jefferson
real? 1988 KauKau Restaurant in Seattle's Chinatown

Seattle International Film Festival [June 2014 = #40] – known as America’s largest film festival          Seattle's annual Hempfest [since 1991; Aug 2013 = #22]

Bumbershoot Music & Arts Festival [est. 1971 = Labor Day Weekend] at Seattle Center

http://www.intiman.org/ = seattle [est. 1972]
www.wallingfordchamber.org/ The Wallingford Chamber of Commerce
www.MuseumofFlight.org in Seattle [noted]
www.SpaceNeedle.com [est. 1962]
www.SeattlesPublicMarket.com = Pike Place
www.therainierclub.com/ Seattle est 1888
www.SeattleArchitectural.org + SA/arch
http://www.seattlemystery.com/ bookstore
Microsoft, Inc. corporate headquarters in Redmond, an Eastside suburb of Seattle
Mitchell's at 84 Yelser Way
Chico Madrid restaurant
real? 1992 = seattle (real?) Leschi Cafe' in 91 F.X. McRory's near Kingdome Bigelow's on Broadway Shilshole area = Ray's for great seafood Palomino Bistro downtown
real? 1994 = Old Timers Cafe on First Street
real? 1996 Salty's in West Seattle Last Exit On Brooklyn coffeehouse [est. 1967] Still Life In Fremont coffeehouse Red Hook Brewery & Trolleyman Pub legendary Five Points restaurant (near Fifth & Denny) Ivar's Salmon House 5-Spot Cafe on Queen Anne Hill Two Bells Tavern = great burgers Stoneway Cafe Road Runner cafe & comics at 40th & Bagley
real? 1997 Doc maynard's

Tacoma, Washington
Travel Tacoma & Pierce County C.V.B.
'Taste of Tacoma' Ultimate Family Picnic [June 2013 = #3?] at Point Defiance Park
America's Car Museum & LeMay Collection [opened 6/2012] in Tacoma, Washington
Tacoma [WA] Film Festival [Oct 2012 = #7]
Grand Cinema Triplex [re-opened 2006] in Tacoma, Washington
labor union I.B.E.W. Local 76 [est. 1894] of Tacoma, Washington

Coffee Strong G.I. coffeehouse [est. 2008] in Lakewood, Washington
U.S. Army & Air Force Joint Base Lewis-McChord [est. 1917 & 1938; merged 2010] near Tacoma, Washington

Spokane, Washington
Spokane, Washington blogger 'duroc'
Spokane, WA - KPTQ-AM 1280 AM
The Magic Lantern Theatre, 25 W. Main Avenue in Spokane, Washington
poet Vachel Lindsay [1879-1931] lived in Spokane from 1924-29
rated #7 on Travelocity's Top Beer Destinations List, September 2017

Vancouver, Washington [incorp. 1857]
Vancouver is across the Columbia River from Portland, Oregon; the two cities have strong economic ties
City of Vancouver, Washington official website
Fort Vancouver [built 1824] National Site [est. 1948, 1961 & 1996]
Pearson Air Museum [built 1918; opened 1994] at Fort Vancouver
The Columbian daily newspaper [est. 1890] based in Vancouver, Washington
Columbia River Concours d'Elegance and Car Show [Aug 2013 = #4] at Fort Vancouver, Washington
Robinson Jeffers Assn. [est. 1993] based at Vancouver, Washington

Chinook, Washington
Chinook is across the Columbia River from Astoria, Oregon; the two cities have strong economic ties
Chinook Observer newspaper

Smaller Counties & Towns of Washington State

www.CityofSnohomish.com + www.HistoricSnohomish.org www.visitLakeQuinault.com (lodge) Ivar's Fish Bar in Mukilteo WAQ www.CoffeeFest.com www.TillicumVillage.com www.TrainMuseum.org = MW Rwy Museum SA/rr http://www.rodeodrivein.com/ Rodeo Drive-In Theatre 7369 State Highway 3 SW in Bremerton, Washington www.EdmondsWA.com = CC www.GigHarborChamber.com www.olyblog.com http://www.olyblog.net/ http://www.silvercitybrewery.com/brewery_website/index.htm >> WA www.RFRU.com resort www.riverportbrewing.com/ Riverport Brewing Company 150 9th Street, Clarkston, Washington, www.WSHS.org www.JazzAlley.com www.NWcountryInns.com WA North Head = www.parks.WA.gov/ftcanby.htm [cc>travel} www.centralia.com www.McMenamins.com Olympic Club & Hotel in Centralia [built 190x] www.tourLewisCounty.com WA maybe = www.TheShepherdsInn.com www.WinthropWashington.com www.HotelRioVista.com www.SunMountainLodge.com http://www.loggersjubilee.com/ Loggers Jubilee [Aug 2005 = #63] www.thinkTukwila.com real? 1992 = other town of Elbe = Mt. Rainier Scenic RR Payallup's Daffodil Parade in April (plus Festival?) Eatonville = Roxy theater & Big Foot Tavern www.WinthropWashington.com www.townsend.com www.ForksWa.com www.LaConnerChamber.com www.OrcasIsland.org = CofC www.visitYakima.com http://www.trainweb.org/westernrails/wa/index.html Double K Mountain Ranch, Goose Prairie WA {1955} http://www.chuckanutwritersconference.com/ THE BELLEVUE ATHLETIC CLUB Bellevue ,WA 98004 Web site: www.bellevueclub.com/ Web site: www.wac.net/ WA = www.innoftheWhiteSalmon.com in White Salmon WA = www.WillcoxHouse.com B&B in Seabeck WA = Yankee Diner in Renton WA http://www.silvercitybrewery.com/ WA 2007 = www.Leavenworth.org WA 2008 = www.CaptainWhidbey.com www.visitLakeQuinault.com WA 2010 = www.SpokaneCentennialTrail.org (opened 1991) www.mightyTieton.com town near yakima WA 2011 = www.PierceCountyWA.org www.SweetAndSavoryPie.com rtt? in Seattle Heathman Kirkland Hotel www.CedarBrookLodge.com nr SeaTac www.MarcusWhitmanHotel.com in Walla Walla AAR sponsor = www.GreenwoodHardware.com Washington Bluegrass Music Assn. http://www.washingtonbluegrassassociation.org/
http://www.glencovehotel.com/ Nadeau's Olde Glencove Hotel [built 1896] overlooks a quiet cove on Puget Sound
North Cascades National Park [est. 1968] in Washington State
Mountain Home Lodge in Washington's Cascades
Fotheringham House B&B [built 1891, B&B from 1984] in Spokane, Washington
Pend Oreille Valley in NW Washington State
Olympic National Park in Washington State
North Olympic Peninsula [WA] V.C.B.
The Spa Depot [est. 1997] in Olympia, Washington
Forks [WA] Chamber of Commerce
Ranger Tugs [est. 1958] in Kent, Washington
Black Ball Lines [est. 1816] ferry service - Port Angeles, Washington to Victoria, BC
AllTrips Olympic National Park, Washington booking site
AllTrips San Juan Islands, Washington booking site
AllTrips Leavenworth, Washington booking site
http://www.libertyorchards.com/Liberty Orchards [est. 1918] in Cashmere, Washington
Licks Unlimited Scoops &^ Sweets [est. 2005], 226 E. Main Street in Downtown Pullman, Washington

Seattle International Film Festival [June 2011 = #37] in Washington State - known as America’s largest cinema festival Tacoma Film Festival [Oct 2012 = #7] in Washington State

Everett Theater [1902 & 1924] in Everett, Washington
The Moore Theatre [built 1907], 1932 Second Avenue in Seattle, Washington
The Neptune Theatre [built 1921], 1303 NE 45th Street in U-District Seattle, Washington
Paramount Theatre [est. 1928], 911 Pine Street in Seattle, Washington
Landmark's Varsity Theatre [1940] in Seattle, Washington
Cinerama [1963] in Seattle, Washington
Fox Theater [1931] in Spokane, Washington

Founded in 2000, headquartered
in Seattle, Washington, with operations also in Europe; call center speaks English, French & Spanish.

official websiteentry at Wikipedia
Densho: The Japanese American Legacy Project [est. 1996] of Seattle, Washington
Company is based in Seattle, Washington.
official website • no entry at Wikipedia
LightspeeD Design [est. 1993] of Bellevue, Washington
Pacific Coast Architecture Database [est. 2002] based at University of Washington

Peninsula & Coastal Washington
includes Clallam, Greys Harbor, Jefferson, Mason, Pacific, Wahkiakum Counties
Republic Locomotive Works N/Nn3 Scale [est. 2000] in Cathlamet, Washington

Puget Sound area of Washington
includes Island, King (Seattle), Kitsap (Bremerton), Pierce (Tacoma), San Juan, Skagit, Snohomish (Everett) & Whatcom (Bellingham) Counties
www.HotelBellwether.com at bellingham bay
American Museum of Radio & Electricity in Bellingham
Village Books independent bookstore [est. 1980] in the historic Fairhaven district of Bellingham, Washington
chuckanutwritersconference [June 2013 = #3] in Bellingham, Washington
http://www.orcasislandchamber.com/ Orcas Island Chamber of Commerce

Bainbridge Island Japanese American Exclusion Memorial [est. 2009]
official N.P.S. website for Bainbridge MemorialBainbridge Memorial entry at Wikipedia

Southwest Washington
includes Clark (Vancouver), Cowlitz, Lewis (Chehalis), Skamania & Thurston (Olympia) Counties
http://www.winlockwa.govoffice2.com = WA
Winlock, Washington Egg Days Festival [June 2013 = #70]

Central Washington
includes Benton, Chelan, Douglas, Grant, Kittitas, Klickitat, Okanogan & Yakima Counties

Eastern Washington
includes Adams, Asotin, Columbia, Ferry, Franklin, Garfield, Lincoln, Pend Oreille, Spokane, Stevens, Walla Walla & Whitman Counties
The Abraham Lincoln 1910 Pullman railroad car is privately owned, fully restored, and parked at Othello, Washington

Railroads of Washington State
listing of surviving steam locomotives in Washington State
'list of Washington State railroads' page at Wikipedia
TrainWeb / Tourist Railways / Washington State website got hacked {2017}
U.P. Railroad Shortline Railroad Profiles for Washington State
Washington State Steam Railroads & Locomotives fansite
Pacific Northwest Railroad Archive [] in Burien (King County), WA

logo for Northwest Railway Museum in Washington State
Northwest Railway Museum [est. 1957] at Snoqualmie, Washington
Barney & Smith 1898 American Baptist Church chapel car #5 'Messenger of Peace'
Barney & Smith 1915 Spokane, Portland & Seattle RR Steamer Express luxury coach car #276


logo for Mt. Rainier Scenic Railroad in Washington State
Mt. Rainier Scenic Railroad [est. 1981] in Southwestern Washington State
Hillcrest Lumber Co. Climax-geared steam locomotive #10 [built 1928] at Mt. Rainier Scenic RR

oval herald for Spokane, Portland and Seattle Railway
Spokane, Portland and Seattle Railway [1905-1970]
affiliate lines included Oregon Trunk, Oregon Electric, United Railways, Astoria & Columbia River, and the Gales Creek & Wilson River
no official website • entry at Wikipedia
SP&S Railway Historical Society [est. 1981] based in Seattle area

ALCO 1917 Spokane, Portland & Seattle Railway 2-8-2 Mikado steam locomotive #539 is in Williams, Arizona
Barney & Smith 1915 SP&S RR R.P.O / mail storage car #50 (repainted SP&S in 2009) is on display
at Texas Railroading Heritage Museum
Barney & Smith 1915 SP&S RR Steamer Express luxury coach car #273 is on display
at Astoria Railroad Preservation Assn. in Oregon
Barney & Smith 1915 Spokane, Portland & Seattle RR Steamer Express luxury coach car #276 is on display at the Northwest Railway Museum

Indian Country of Washington State
xx Nation official website

Reading Material, Other Media
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Puget Sound
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monthly Seattle Magazine [est. 2006?] published by Tiger Oak Media, Inc.

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Seattle Review Magazine [est. 1977] published by the University of Washington - selected poetry, fiction, non-fiction, opinion, and artwork
The Seattle Review

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"Boeing (Images of America Series)" [] by Martin W. Bowman


Desert Wheat novel by Zane Grey   "The Desert of Wheat" [1919 bestseller] by Zane Grey [1872-1939]
Young Kurt Dorn is suddenly responsible for his family's wheat farm in eastern Washington State, which conflicts with his plan to enlist and fight the Germans in Europe; the fight comes to him in the form of members of the I.W.W., the 'Wobblies' labor union, who threaten his wheat crop.
Forge pb [10/2001] for $5.99
Univ of NE Press hardcover [5/2000] for $48.00
Amereon hardcover [6/40] for $26.95
Blackstone UNABR audio [2/2002] for $69.95

Snow Falling On Cedars novel by David Guterson  "Snow Falling On Cedars: A Novel" [1994] by David Guterson
A courtroom drama set in postwar Puget Sound of Washington state; a local journalist covers the murder trial of a high school classmate; the defendent is a Japanese-American fisherman who married the woman that the journalist still loves; made into a 1999 feature film (see below}
Vintage 8¼x5 pb [9/95] for $8.25
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 9¼x6¼ hardcover [9/94] for $16.50
Encyclopedia of Western Railroad History - Oregon and Washington book by Donald B. Robertson  "Encyclopedia of Western Railroad History, Volume 3: Oregon and Washington" [1995]
by Donald B. Robertson

Caxton Press 11½x9 hardcover [1995] for $23.34
Black Sheep 1996 comedy film starring Chris Farley & David Spade  "Black Sheep" [Paramount Feb 1996]
A candidate for governor of Washington State assigns one of his staff to keep his embarrassing younger brother under control, but events do not proceed smoothly at all. (It's a comedy; reviewer Gene Siskel hated the film; it produced good box office results anyway.) Directed by Penelope Spheeris; starring Chris Farley, David Spade, Tim Matheson, Christine Ebersole, Gary Busey, Grant Heslov, Timothy Carhart, Bruce McGill, Michael Patrick Carter & Boyd Banks • full credits at IMDb
Paramount Video widescreen color Blu-ray [5/2009] for $12.99
Paramount Video widescreen color DVD [7/2002] for $9.98
Paramount Video color VHS [7/97] out of prodn/many, many used

Snow Falling on Cedars 1999 movie  "Snow Falling On Cedars" feature film [M.C.A./Universal Dec 1999]
Before World War II, an American boy and a Japanese girl defy prejudice in their small Washington state island community and see each other secretly; their tentative love is thwarted when her family is rounded up to an intern-ment camp and the boy is drafted into the Army. After the war, racial tension remains high; the girl married a local fisherman in the camp, and the young veteran returns home to take over his father's newspaper. Co-written & directed by Scott Hicks; co-produced & co-written by Ronald Bass, based on the 1994 novel {see above}; starring Ethan Hawke, Youki Kudoh, Rick Yune, Max von Sydow, Sam Shepard & James Cromwell
Universal Studios widescreen color DVD [5/2000] for $13.49
Universal Studios widescreen color VHS [5/2000] out of prodn/many used
27"x40" poster {as at left} from Amazon for $8.49
full credits at IMDbofficial movie site

Pirate Radio U.S.A. documentary by Jeff Pearson  "Pirate Radio U.S.A." [indep 2006]
83-minute documentary about rogue (unlicensed) radio stations across America who defied federal law to free the radio airwaves, and the showdown over The Truth during the 1999 World Trade Organization meetings in Seattle, Washington. Co-produced, written & directed by Jeff Pearson; featuring underground DJs Him & Her
Deface The Nation Films color DVD [12/2008] for $14.99
full credits at IMDbofficial movie site

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