3 edition of Scandinavians on the Pacific, Puget Sound. found in the catalog.
|Statement||By Thos. Ostenson Stine.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 208 p.|
|Number of Pages||208|
Forays into the Backstage: Volunteer Tourism and the Pursuit of Object Authenticity. Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change, , pp. DOI: / More than , Scandinavians settled in the region between and ― many attracted to the fishing, logging, and farming industries. Further Reading: Rasmussen, Janet E. New Land, New Lives: Scandinavian Immigrants to the Pacific .
Poulsbo, Washington was one of the Puget Sound localities most heavily populated by Scandinavians: On a sunny slope slowly rising from the merry sheet of golden water, stands the town of Poulsbo, in Kitsap County, about 25 miles northwest from Seattle. All books set in Puget Sound on the global book map. We found 27 books set in Puget Sound and 10 others set nearby.
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8 rows Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project. The Puget Sound Fisheries Association Committee, which founded Seattle's Fishermen's Terminal inwas made up almost entirely of Norwegians. Early Seattle retail entrepreneurs whose names are synonymous with the city — John W.
Nordstrom and Nels B. Nelson (co-founder of Frederick & Nelson, a longtime Seattle department store now defunct. Thos. Ostenson Stine, Scandinavians on the Pacific Puget Sound (Seattle, ), 33; Ernst Skarstedt, "Svenskt nybyggareliv i Amerika," in Karl Hildebrand and Axel Fredenholm, eds., Svenskarna i Amerika, populär his-torisk skildring i ord och bild ay svenskarnas liv och underbara öden i Förenta Staterna och Canada, 1 (Stockholm, Scandinavians on the Pacific, Puget Sound by Stine, Thomas Ostenson.
Publication date Topics Scandinavians in the United States, Washington (State) -- Emigration and immigration, genealogy Publisher [Seattle,Wash.] Collection allen_county; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN ContributorPages: Many Nordic immigrants worked as fishermen and in canneries, as loggers and in mills, and as farmers, miners and boat-builders.
While Scandinavians settled throughout the Puget Sound region, Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood is most closely associated with Nordic heritage.
Now housed in a stunning new building (opened in May ), Ballard’s Nordic Museum is the. Whenever I have a question about plants, animals, geology, weather, tides, or history of the Puget Sound region, this well-organized book is the place I start.
Kruckeberg is amazingly comprehensive and knowledgeable. The book is superbly illustrated, though in black and white. The writing is by: This book is better, because I now live in Tacoma and it is true.
The rivers, creeks, Puget Sound and streets come alive with new meaning with each page. I am very-well acquainted with Seattle and north Puget Sound history. This is an excellent historical embellished a bit but true-much of it first-hand account of Tacoma and south Puget Sound/5(16).
By the s when the railroads reached the Pacific Northwest, the influx of Norwegians began to be noticeable. ByScandinavians were the largest ethnic group in Washington, constituting more than 20 percent of the foreign-born population. In Seattle they amounted to percent, with Norwegians numbering 7, (about 1, fewer than.
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Doig based most of his books in Montana, but one title, “The Sea Runners,”is a fantastic nail-biting adventure story about four Scandinavians, Author: Mary Ann Gwinn.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST QUARTERLY July item is located, the symbol that represents the name of the library concerned is printed in parentheses after each title.2 By way of general comment it may be said that the information regarding the Scandinavians on the Pacific Coast which is con-tained in a number of the books listed below has been gathered by.
The Elma Subdivision is the primary mainline for the Puget Sound and Pacific Railroad and is approximately 70 miles in length. The Elma Sub starts in Centralia, Washington, Milepost 5, and ends in Hoquiam, Washington, Milepost This subdivision handles traffic to and from the Port of Grays Harbor including grain, autos, soda ash, soybean Headquarters: Centralia.
The census of counted only people of Scandinavian heritage in all of King County. A tremendous influx took place between andwhen close toScandinavians settled in the Pacific Northwest, thus making them the largest foreign-born ethnic group in.
Patricia Junker Albert Bierstadt: Puget Sound on the Pacific Coast Exh. cat. Seattle: Seattle Art Museum in association with University of Washington Press, 72 pp.; 52 color ills. Paper $ () InHudson River School landscape painter Albert Bierstadt embarked on an expedition to California and the Pacific Northwest.
Tacoma & the Pacific Northwest. Set in one of the most exciting and beautiful areas of the United States, the University of Puget Sound is nestled in a vibrant historic neighborhood adjacent to a vital urban center in the entrepreneurial business corridor that runs from Vancouver, British Columbia, to Portland, Oregon."This book is the result of a thesis presented by one of the authors for a doctor's degree at New York University." - Pref.
- Scandinavians--United States Notes. How Ballard became so Scandinavian Scandinavians accounted for less than 3 percent of Seattle’s population.
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