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A black-and-white photograph of a waterfall identified as Ghost Falls, and said to be a section of Wah-kee-na Falls, located off the Columbia River Highway. The water seems to both be running over tiers of rounded rocks, and to have a second level...
2004-08-03
A black-and-white stereoscopic view published by C.E. Watkins. The caption reads "Castle Rock, Columbia River". A rocky beach is in the foreground. Across the river deciduous trees line the river, with evergreens behind them and covering the low...
2004-08-03
Brief article detailing the use of fishing wheels for catching salmon on the Columbia River. Most of the page is taken up by a drawing of a fishing boat equipped with a fishing wheel. The drawing shows four men on the boat who are pulling the fish...
1899-10-14
A black and white view of the Cascade Locks on the Columbia River, approaching from the west. The locks were completed in 1896 and submerged in 1938 with the completion of the Bonneville Dam. In the photograph, the lock gates are closed. A town is...
2004-04-19
A black and white image of a view from above the Columbia River. There is a paved road with a fence along it in the foreground. A sign beyond the fence warns that "no parking on pavement is allowed". The road appears to be running along a cliff in...
2004-03-24
A black and white photograph of what has been identified as a wooden burial structure on the top of Memaloose Island in the Columbia River. At least 18 skulls and half a dozen long bones sit on top of the board roof of a wooden hut-like structure....
2004-03-24
Black and white image of a fish wheel along the banks of the Columbia River. In the background are mountains and trees lining the riverbank. Several houses can be seen on the opposite shore. The fish wheel juts out from the riverbank in the...
2004-03-24
View upstream at Cascades of Columbia River. River is seen rushing between two large rocks. In the background is a mountain. Conifers line the shore. It is a bright, sunny day.
2004-03-02
Columbia River power development treaty in Washington
1961-01-20
Organizational records documenting the regional conservation activities the Northwest Office of the Friends of the Earth.; Friends of the Earth is an environmental organization, established in 1969 by David Brower. The Northwest office...

1 map : 19 x 13 cm. "Sen. Ex. Doc. No. 186, 1st sess., 47th Cong." Scale approximately 2 miles to 1 inch. A larger scale version of this map can be seen at: http://kaga.wsulibs.wsu.edu/zoom/zoom.php?map=wsu480 The next section of the map moving...
1882-01-15

1 map : 19 x 13 cm. "Sen. Ex. Doc. No. 186, 1st sess., 47th Cong." Scale approximately 2 miles to 1 inch. A larger scale version of this map can be seen at: http://kaga.wsulibs.wsu.edu/zoom/zoom.php?map=wsu480 The next section of the map...
1882-01-15

1 map : 19 x 13 cm. "Sen. Ex. Doc. No. 186, 1st sess., 47th Cong." Scale approximately 2 miles to 1 inch. A larger scale version of this map can be seen at: http://kaga.wsulibs.wsu.edu/zoom/zoom.php?map=wsu480 The next section of the map moving...
1882-01-15

1 map ; 26 x 69 cm. Relief shown by hachures. Symbols indicate the location of canneries, fish traps, and fish wheels. Also shows tributaries, islands, cities, locks, points, mountain ranges, railroads, and lighthouses. "S Ex 123 50 1." Indexed...
1888-01-15

Album leaf 32: Area view, 7/22/35

PH Coll 238.32
2021-01-15
Note on album leaf: Grand Coulee Dam site, looking west, December 1933.
In the vicinity of Seaton's Ferry.

PH Coll 239.4
2021-01-15
Caption included with image: Moving Inchelium High School gymnasium. Cut in sections and loaded on dollies the Inchelium High School gymnasium, last building to be removed in the old town, is shown on the road leading out of the old town and up to...

Caption on verso: Site of Grand Coulee Dam on Columbia River

[Grand Coulee Dam 458]

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