The Coast. Alaska and Greater Northwest. May, 1908. Volume 15 No. 5

Published by The Coast Publishing Company, Seattle, Wa, 1908
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Title: The Coast. Alaska and Greater Northwest. May...

Publisher: The Coast Publishing Company, Seattle, Wa

Publication Date: 1908

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition: Very Good

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Original white wrapper with an illustration of flowers on the front cover. 7 X 10 inches. Pages 317-394 with several pages of advertisements. Articles in this copy include, "Kittitas County, Washington" by J.J. Kauffman (Judge of the Superior Court), "Early History of Kittitas County" by Austin Mires ( Attorney-at-Law, Ellensburg, Washington, "The Scenery of Kittitas County" by P.H.W. Ross (Cashier Bank of Ellensburg, "The Roslyn Coal Field" by J.B. Menzies (General Superintendent Northwestern Improvement Co., Roslyn, Washington, "Building the C.M. & St. P. Ry. Through Kittitas County" by H.L.W., "The Banks of Kittitas County" by C.W. Johnson (Cashier Washington National Bank, Ellensburg, Washington, "Irrigation and Agriculture" by B.F. Reed, Ellensburg, "The Lumber Industry of Kittitas County", by O.W. Sinclair, Ellensburg, "The Dairy Industry", by Adam M. Stevens, Ellensburg, "Stock Raising in KIttitas County", by Harry C. Masterson, Cle Elem, "Horticulture in Kittitas County", by S.W. Maxey (County Fruit Inspector), "Poultry Raising" by F.A. Munz, Ellensburg, "Flouring Mills of Kittitas County", by Albert Tjossem (Of R.P Tjossem & Sons, Ellensburg, "The Newspapers of Kittitas County", by Robert A Turner (Publisher "The Dawn", Ellensburg, "State Normal School at Ellensburg", by W.E. Wilson, Principal, "Public Schools of Kittitas County", by C.S. Baker, Superintendent of Schools, "The Religious Life of Kittitas County", by Rev. Ralph C. Sargent (Minister First Christian Church, Ellensburg, "Ellensburg, Washington", by J.C. Hubbell, "Kittitas" (poem by P.H.W. Ross, Ellensburg), "Cle Elem, Washington", by G.P. Short (Attorney-at-Law), "Farming in Kittitas County", by F.L. Calkins, Ellensburg, "The Swine Industry" by Bert Pease, Ellensburg, "Thorp, Washington", by Eugene J. Brain, "Easton, Washington", by W.W. Johnson ( of Johnson Brothers, Easton, "Chee-Chee-Watah, the Humming Bird" (A Legend of the Pilchuck by Edna Scott Gibbon), "In the Camps of the Dead, By the Old Tennessee" (poem by Chart A. Pitt, Bellingham, Washington, "Sounding" by Pierre Wakefield, "To the Olympics" (poem by Ida Abell Allen). Front cover slightly dirty by spine. Pages are very clean and complete. Binding is tight. Bookseller Inventory # 017411

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