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Constitution of The State of Washington - Revised 01-12-2011 By State of Washington
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This Constitution was framed by a convention of seventy-five delegates, chosen by the people of the Territory of Washington at an election held May 14, 1889, under section 3 of the Enabling Act. The... More > convention met at Olympia on the fourth day of July, 1889, and adjourned on the twenty-second day of August, 1889. The Constitution was ratified by the people at an election held on October 1, 1889, and on November 11, 1889, in accordance with section 8 of the Enabling Act, the president of the United States proclaimed the admission of the State of Washington into the Union.< Less
Washington State By Sienna Steer
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Sienna Steer has had quite an adventure in Washington State and now she wants to share it with you. From making custom glass plates to s'mores around the fire pit, this girl is living large with her... More > family and friends. Come along for the ride and the view.< Less
Restoration of Lost Corners and Subdivision of Sections By Washington State Department of Natural Resources
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This document is intended to be a reference for the procedures used in the restoration of lost corners and subdivision of sections of public land surveys, specifically in the State of Washington. The... More > Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Manual of Surveying Instructions, 2009, is the primary source. Some guidance has come from the BLM office in Portland, Oregon. The system of public land surveys was devised for the purpose of settling and selling the lands of the public domain of the United States extending across the North American continent. Federal surveys did not establish every boundary and corner for each parcel of land granted by the government; the surveys established a network of surveyed lines and corners of sufficient detail to enable purchasers and owners of formerly public land to locate the corners and lines of their parcels. Subsequently, county and local surveyors were given the responsibility to establish many of the corners of those parcels.< Less
Images of Washington State By Thomas Taylor
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Photographs taken in Northwestern Washington State, including the San Juan Islands, Skagit County, and the Northern Cascades
2017 Washington State Calendar By Pam Headridge
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Landscape photos from Washington State taken by Pam Headridge featuring Whidbey Island, Winthrop, Skagit Valley, Leavenworth, Spokane, and La Push.
Washington State Golf Directory By John Pope and Todd Coldiron
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Phone book directory of golf courses in Washington State.
Washington State Golf Directory By John Pope and Todd Coldiron
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Phone book directory of golf courses in Washington State.
Washington State Retail Survey By
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The 2005 Edition of the Washington State Retail Survey analyzes the retail performance of the 39 counties and 290 cities within the the State of Washington. Coverage spans eleven years of sales data... More > for a wide range of store types, such as department stores, apparel, auto dealers, home furnishings, building materials... and many more categories.< Less
George Washington's State of the Union Addresses By Glen Davis
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This book contains the State of the Union addresses given by George Washington. They are very different from those we hear today. I added his farewell address, as well. Many point to it to show the... More > fallacy of the "two-party system," and getting involved in foreign affairs. I did not attempt to add commentary. You will, no doubt, add your own.< Less
George Washington's State of the Union Addresses By Glen Davis
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This book contains the State of the Union addresses given by George Washington. They are very different from those we hear today. I added his farewell address, as well. Many point to it to show the... More > fallacy of the "two-party system," and getting involved in foreign affairs. I did not attempt to add commentary. You will, no doubt, add your own.< Less