Classic Maps of Washington State

Did you know that the Washington State Office of the Secretary of State has a blog page????   Well, it seems like just about everyone has a blog now!

Portion of the map of the Indian nations and tribes 1857 by William H CarltonBlog pages and other on-line resources (even Facebook!) has led to so many more resources being highlighted as to their availability.   In their most recent blog post, the office of the Secretary of State has featured the digital collection of historic maps of Washington State.  Here is a link to the list of all of the maps.  Maps are held by the Washington State Archives and the Washington State Library — a reminder that resources are usually found in a number of places.

About Wedgwood in Seattle History

Valarie is a volunteer writer of neighborhood history in Seattle.
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2 Responses to Classic Maps of Washington State

  1. Woah! Super cool! Thanks for the pointer!

  2. You are welcome! There are just so many resources and they are hard to find — one of my purposes on my blog is to provide links.

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