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The Yellow Pages -- Northwest Studies 

American 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 Oregon Trail
This PBS site includes facts and myths about the trail, a teacher's guide, and trivia.

The Oregon Trail
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 Mattes.

Gold Fever
PBS site about prospectors in the Klondike.

Seattle
National Park Service site about the capital of Washington.

Tacoma Public Library Photography Collection
Includes photographs from the 1880s to the present.

Center 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 era.

Northwest of the West: The Frontier Experience on the Northwest Coast
University of Washington Libraries exhibition about the settlement of the Pacific Northwest.

Crossroads of Continents
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.

Oregon State Archives 50th Anniversary Exhibit
Includes discussions of the "Father of Oregon" John McLoughlin, prohibition, the Whitman Massacre, and the Oregon Constitution.

Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition
University of Washington Libraries exhibition of photographs from the 1909 exposition.

Camp Harmony
University of Washington Libraries exhibition about Japanese-Americans in Washington during World War II.

Pacific Northwest Quarterly
Published by the University of Washington.

Alaska Magazine
"Exploring Life on the Last Frontier."

Mount Rainier National Park: 100 Years in Paradise
Celebrating the park's centennial.

Mount Rushmore National Memorial
Official National Park Service site.






Last update 
June 20, 2002
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