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Jimmy come lately, history of Clallam County.
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|Statement||Edited by Jervis Russell.|
|Contributions||Russell, Jervis, ed.|
|LC Classifications||F897.C52 J5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvi, 631 p.|
|Number of Pages||631|
|LC Control Number||74099953|
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Clallam County was carved out of Jefferson effective Apand the county seat was established at New Dungeness, where it remained until Indian Treaties Having promised land to white homesteaders, the federal government set out to obtain legal title from the Indian peoples who occupied it.
Port Angeles, the county seat of Clallam County sinceis built on the site of two major Klallam villages, I'e'nis and Tse-whit-zen, on the north shore of the Olympic Peninsula. It sits on a natural harbor, named Puerto de Nuestra Señora de Los Angeles by Spanish mariners, that is protected by the long sand spit of Ediz Hook jutting into.
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by,Clallam County Historical Society edition, in English - 1st : The following facts came from an article written by Mrs. Miriam Elizabeth Washburn printed in the book “Jimmy Come Lately; History of Clallam County.” Ina foot brick lighthouse was built on Tatoosh Island and operated by the Coast Guard.
InJames Swan became the Indian Agent for the Upper Peninsula : Alice Alexander. Get print book. No eBook available. Jimmy Come Lately, History of Clallam County: A Symposium. Jervis Russell. Clallam County Historical Society, - Clallam County (Wash.) - pages.
0 Reviews. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Bibliographic information. Eli and Gladys Woolworth owned and operated a logging and timber business in Clallam County Washington State from See book "Jimmy Come Lately" a History of Clallam County.
Daughter of William Triplet and Alice(Jackman): Evergreen-Washelli Memorial Park, Seattle. A "Must Read". "Jimmy Come Lately, History of Clallam County. A Symposium" Edited by Jervis Russell Pub: Port Angeles, WA, Clallam County Historical Society, The following information came from “Jimmy Come Lately: Sekiu” by Ralph Gullikson.
He wrote that Sekiu started in about as West Clallam when J.A. Martin started a salmon cannery there. This was an extension of the main cannery in Seattle. Eventually the cannery was moved to : Alice Alexander. JIMMY COME LATELY: HISTORY OF CLALLAM COUNTY.
A SYMPOSIUM by Russell, Jervis, editor Edition: 1st Edition Book condition: VG+/VG+; Hardback in Very Good+ condition with Very Good+ dust jacket. Aberdeen Daily World (Aberdeen, Washington). October. Olympic Peninsula is wonder district. a: 14 December. Great peninsula oil fields visioned.
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Some of the contents include: the white man comes, explorations, the Clallam Indians, the Ozettes Seller Rating: % positive. “Jimmy Come Lately: The History of Clallam County” indicates Erickson sold his interests in the mill inleading the mill to change its name multiple times prior to its closure in the s.
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Postage will be combined and refund granted if saved. Poor Eyesight Develops Negatives From the P Yesterdays in Photos By Genevieve H. Miller SURNAMES: CLALLAMS, KELLOGG, LINCOLN, SMITH INSERT THE NAME YOU ARE SEARCHING FOR IN THE BOX BELOW AND SEE WHAT WE HAVE Price: $The book Jimmy Come Lately: History of Clallam County contains dozens of essays on many of our pioneer families, including several on Palo Alto Road who were neighbors of, and mention, the Schmith family"of all the paths you take in life, make sure a few of them are dirt" - John Muir "the wild is not the opposite of cultivated.Jimmy Come Lately, History of Clallam County, edited by Jervis Russell, RJ, 9th floor reference collection, Seattle Public Library/Central.
(Note: Jimmy-come-lately is the name of a creek on the property of Jimmy Whitcomb, another pioneer resident.).