WA History & Facts
Updated: May 23rd, 2010 - 21:01:09
| History & Statistics on Washington
By ClassBrain Staff
Aug 15, 2006, 19:01 PST
Washington State Constitution
This version of the Washington Constitution was copied from the Legislature's Web site. Every effort has been made to ensure that it is word for word identical to the Constitution as published by the Legislature.
Source: Washington Courts
History of Washington State
Before the coming of the Europeans, the Native American peoples inhabiting what is now the state of Washington included the Nez Per, Spokane, Yakima, Cayuse, Okanogan, Walla Walla, and Colville in the interior, and the Nooksak, Chinook, Nisqually, Clallam, Makah, Quinault, and Puyallup in the coastal area.
Source: Washington State Department of Information Services
A Guide to Olympia's Past
The State Capital of Washington is located on the southernmost point of Puget Sound. The peninsula now known as Olympia was "the black bear place" to the Native Americans.
Source: Access Olympia
Boom Towns and Relic Hunters
Look back into Northeastern Washington's gold rush days of miners, prospectors, pioneers and boom towns of yesteryear. This history revolves around the six historic mining counties of Northeastern Washington: Chelan, Kittitas, Ferry, Stevens, Pend Oreille, and Okanogan, the largest county in Washington State. In these six historic counties exist some of the most irresistible and historic regions in this state. There's also a Ghost Town Report Guide on using this site to write a report about ghost towns of Washington.
Source: Boom Towns & Relic Hunters
Issaquah History Online
Welcome to "Issaquah History Online." Here you can learn about the history and historic buildings of Issaquah, Washington.
Source: Issaquah Historical Society
This site is an evolving online encyclopedia of Seattle and King County history. It is being written to establish a new baseline history of the establishment of Seattle and King County, Washington.
Source: History Link
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