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319 Second Ave S., Seattle

Gold! read the headlines in July of 1897. After years of struggling through a depression, the people of the nation were intrigued by the possibility of riches. Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park preserves the story of the 1897-98 stampede to the Yukon gold fields and Seattle’s role in this event. The park offers...

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King County

This place called Preston and its surrounding areas in the Snoqualmie Valley have an ancient history. Long before the mill and town were established, this land has been home to sdukʷalbixʷ, the Snoqualmie People, who since time immemorial have hunted, fished and lived in this land and continue to live in the valley to...

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Meadowbrook Farm, North Bend

The open space of Meadowbrook and Tollgate Farms was originally an expansive prairie tended by the Snoqualmie people, who used fire to maintain open non-forest habitat. Periodic burns encouraged camas, berries, ferns, and edible roots to grow, and lured black-tailed deer, elk and other game animals to forage. Snoqualmie people lived and gathered in...

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902 SE North Bend Way, North Bend

North Bend Ranger Station Building 2230, originally the fire warehouse building, is an element of a National Register thematic group entitled “USDA Forest Service Administrative Buildings in the States of Oregon and Washington, built by the Civilian Conservation Corps.” Like other buildings in the group, Building 2230 typifies construction projects undertaken by the C.C.C....