Stevens Pass -- Gateway to Seattle

Subject: History: U.S.: Washington State  
Grade Level:  High School & above
Catalog #  HIST25045
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Author: Joann Roe
Binding:  Paper  
Copyright Year:  1995  

Until the late 1800s the north Cascade mountain range formed a seemingly impassible barrier between Seattle and inland points. That all changed in 1890 when surveyor John F. Stevens discovered the pass that still bears his name. Stevens Pass tells the story of the building of the railroad through the Cascades that linked the Puget Sound area with eastern points. It also is the story of the people who settled along the route--both the settlers and the schemers.

5 1/2 x 8 1/2, paperback, illustrations, 200 pages,







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