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by Anderson Island Historical Society,Elizabeth Galentine

eBook Anderson Island (WA) (Images of America) download ISBN: 0738548545
Author: Anderson Island Historical Society,Elizabeth Galentine
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing (October 9, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 128
ePub: 1659 kb
Fb2: 1108 kb
Rating: 4.5
Other formats: lit txt docx lrf
Category: History
Subcategory: Americas

Images of America: Washington). by. Elizabeth Galentine, Anderson Island Historical Society.

Images of America: Washington). Named for Alexander Caulfield Anderson, the chief trader for the Hudson's Bay Company at Fort Nisqually, Anderson Island has an early history of brick making, logging, farming, and fishing. Bucolic Anderson Island received national press coverage in 2005 when the flower fairy anonymously left floral bouquets on doorsteps, a practice that continues to this da. .

Bucolic Anderson Island received national press coverage in 2005 when the flower fairy anymously left floral . Additional Product Features. Images of America (Arcadia Publishing).

Bucolic Anderson Island received national press coverage in 2005 when the flower fairy anymously left floral bouquets on doorsteps, a practice that continues to this day. Product Identifiers. Trade Paperback (US),Unsewn, Adhesive Bound. Country of Publication. Arcadia Publishing (SC).

The Steilacoom–Anderson Island ferry is a ferry route in southern Puget Sound which is owned and operated by Pierce County, Washington. The route also serves Ketron Island. The first ferry service to Anderson Island was on April 1, 1922, with the ferry Elk (later renamed Airline), running under a contract between Pierce County, Washington and the Skansie Brothers. Elk was new at the time, 67 ft (2. 2 m), and could transport 16 automobiles.

Elizabeth Galentine; Anderson Island Historical Society. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. Elizabeth Galentine; Anderson Island Historical Society. Bucolic Anderson Island received national press coverage in 2005 when the flower fairy anonymously left floral bouquets on doorsteps, a practice that continues to this day. Specifications. Arcadia Publishing (SC), Arcadia Publishing Inc.

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Kayaking just off of Anderson Island, W.Photo by Wendy Lyons. What others are saying Historical Society Washington State British Columbia Idaho Montana. Preserve, Protect, and Present the History of Anderson Island. What others are saying. A winter sunset at America the Beautiful Park in downtown Colorado Springs, Colo. Full moon rising over Mt. Rainier at sunset. Historical Society Washington State British Columbia Idaho Montana. The Johnson Farm, Anderson Island, Washington. 1917 pole barn on the State Heritage Barn Register.

Anderson Island Historical Society attraction travel guidebook, Pierce . 9306 Otso Point Rd, Anderson Island, WA 98303, USA.

Anderson Island Historical Society attraction travel guidebook, Pierce County must-visit attractions. Attractions Nearby Anderson Island Historical Society. Anderson Island Park and Recreation District.

Anderson Island Historical Society opening hours. Museums & Art Galleries Anderson Island, WA Libraries & Archives Anderson Island, WA. Find more info on Cylex. Report incorrect information.

The AIHS was chartered in 1975 by a small group of Island residents whose vision and foresightedness was exemplary of the community spirit which is a tradition on Anderson Island.

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Named for Alexander Caulfield Anderson, the chief trader for the Hudson's Bay Company at Fort Nisqually, Anderson Island has an early history of brick making, logging, farming, and fishing. Johnson's Landing, on the north end of the island, was the site where mosquito fleet steamships could refuel and purchase lumber for delivery as far south as San Francisco. The first permanent settlers on the island arrived from Denmark in the early 1870s, with others of Scandinavian descent coming shortly thereafter. The southernmost island in Washington State's Puget Sound, accessible only by boat or ferry from Steilacoom, Anderson Island boasts two freshwater lakes, two marinas, and a golf course. Bucolic Anderson Island received national press coverage in 2005 when the flower fairy anonymously left floral bouquets on doorsteps, a practice that continues to this day.
Comments: (3)
Whitestone
My daughter did a report on Anderson Island and after searching the web for information we decided to purchase the book...she loved all the photos and really enjoyed learning about the island and it's history
Akir
This is a great series of books. Lots of fun info about the area. We have several 0n the coffee table.
Nuadabandis
have bouyght many areas of interest - cities, all bring interesting stories and facts