The Yellow Pages -- Northwest Studies
Indians of the Pacific Northwest
- This Library of Congress American Memory site includes
photographs and documents relating to Native Americans of the
Northwest Coast and Plateau.
- In Search of the
- This PBS site includes facts and myths about the trail, a
teacher's guide, and trivia.
- This Idaho State University site includes full texts of
diaries, memoirs, and period books, a description of sites along
the trail, and interviews with historians William Hill and Merrill
- PBS site about prospectors in the Klondike.
- National Park Service site about the capital of Washington.
Public Library Photography Collection
- Includes photographs from the 1880s to the present.
for the Study of the Pacific Northwest
- This University of Washington site contains information about
the center, curriculum materials, and selected articles from the
Pacific Northwest Quarterly journal.
- Threads of
Gold: Women of the Alaska Gold Rush
- This University of Alaska Museum site explores the experiences
of native and pioneer women during the Alaska-Klondike gold-rush
of the West: The Frontier Experience on the Northwest Coast
- University of Washington Libraries exhibition about the
settlement of the Pacific Northwest.
- Crossroads of
- This National Museum of Natural History exhibition discusses
the development of North Pacific cultures from the end of the last
Ice Age to the present.
State Archives 50th Anniversary Exhibit
- Includes discussions of the "Father of Oregon" John
McLoughlin, prohibition, the Whitman Massacre, and the Oregon
- University of Washington Libraries exhibition of photographs
from the 1909 exposition.
- University of Washington Libraries exhibition about
Japanese-Americans in Washington during World War II.
- Published by the University of Washington.
- "Exploring Life on the Last Frontier."
Rainier National Park: 100 Years in Paradise
- Celebrating the park's centennial.
- Mount Rushmore National
- Official National Park Service site.
June 20, 2002