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The Great Blue Heron
A Natural History and Ecology of A Seashore Sentinel
Book - 1997
Curious Kids Nature Guide
Explore the Amazing Outdoors of the Pacific Northwest
Book - 2017
Ethnobotany of Western Washington
The Knowledge and Use of Indigenous Plants by Native Americans
Book - 1973
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Eastside Seattle Walks
20+ Routes to Explore Nature, History, and Public Art in Seattle's Eastern Suburbs
Book - 2020
Plants and Animals of the Pacific Northwest
An Illustrated Guide to the Natural History of Western Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia
Book - 1978
Next Line, Please
Prompts to Inspire Poets and Writers
Book - 2018
The Tree That Time Built
A Celebration of Nature, Science, and Imagination
Book - 2009
Lyrical Currents | Redmond, WA
Web Resource
This link takes you to the description and PDF of prompts to participate in the Summer 2022 Poetry Map Through Downtown Redmond and the Sammamish River. This link takes you to the description and PDF of prompts to participate in the Summer 2022 Poetry Map Through Downtown Redmond and the Sammamish River. Show less
Redmond's Pioneer Days
Web Resource
On November 28, 1853, Isaac Stevens (1818-1862), the first governor of Washington Territory, issues a proclamation that names Olympia as the capital of ...Show more On November 28, 1853, Isaac Stevens (1818-1862), the first governor of Washington Territory, issues a proclamation that names Olympia as the capital of the new Territory. Olympia, founded in 1850, is located in Thurston County on the shores of Budd Inlet, the southernmost extension of Puget Sound. At the time, it is among the largest settlements in the Territory. Although subsequently surpassed in population and commercial prominence by other cities, Olympia retains its position as capital Show less
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