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A collection of books from Washington and the nation.
  • Ira Spring and Harvey Manning, 100 Classics Hikes, fully revised and updated by Craig Romano
    $21.95

    100 Classic Hikes: Washington

    100 Classic Hikes: Washington has been an iconic state trails guidebook for decades. Initially written by the godfathers of Washington guidebooks, ...

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  • Capitol Bookmark
    $3.99
  • Seattle Bookmark
    $3.99

    Seattle Bookmark

    Seattle skyline bookmark.

    $3.99
  • Elliott the Otter
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    Elliott the Otter

    Elliott the Otter lives in Elliott Bay and claims that it’s named after him. And why wouldn’t it be, since he’s in charge of its daily activity? Fr...

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  • Motorcycle Touring in the Pacific Northwest:  The Region's Best Rides
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    Motorcycle Touring in the Pacific Northwest: The Region's Best Rides

    With its spectacular and varied scenes, no other region of America can best the Pacific Northwest when it comes to motorcycle touring—whether a Sun...

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  • Anacortes
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    Anacortes

    Located on the north shore of Fidalgo Island in Washington State's Puget Sound, Anacortes was founded by railroad surveyor Amos Bowman and named in...

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  • Bellingham
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    Bellingham

    Bellingham is known as the city of subdued excitement, but it was not always this way. From its discovery by a British naval captain to its coal, l...

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  • Bainbridge Island
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    Bainbridge Island

    Bainbridge Island sits in the middle of Puget Sound in Washington State. Its unique history starts with the Native Americans and includes logging, ...

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  • Chehalis
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    Chehalis

    After Schuyler and Eliza Saunders staked out property in 1851, early pioneers referred to the soggy Chehalis River bottomland as "Saunders Bottom."...

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  • Cashmere
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    Cashmere

    Cashmere, in the exact center of Washington State, has centuries of settler and Indian history. The Wenatchi called the area Nt’wt’c’kum, and it wa...

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  • Coupeville
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    Coupeville

    The second-oldest town in Washington is Coupeville, founded in 1853. Until the white settlement of the 1850s, the Lower Skagit Indians lived in fou...

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  • DuPont
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    DuPont

    In 1833, the British Hudson’s Bay Company established the first Fort Nisqually as a fur trading post in the area now known as DuPont, Washington. W...

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  • Early Spokane
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    Early Spokane

    Spokan Falls, known as the "Capital of the Inland Empire," was named after the Spokan Indians and the picturesque falls. In 1891, the name was chan...

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  • Friday Harbor
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    Friday Harbor

    When Friday Harbor, Washington, was incorporated in 1909, some wanted the town's name changed. In a misunderstanding, the British had named it in 1...

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  • Ellensburg
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    Ellensburg

    Ellensburg began as a small trading post in the picturesque Kittitas Valley in the early 1870s. Northwest Native Americans praised the area for its...

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  • Gig Harbor
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    Gig Harbor

    Gig Harbor, located in southern Puget Sound, received its name from the Wilkes Expedition in 1841. History indicates that the captain's gig led the...

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  • Issaquah
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    Issaquah

    Incorporated as Gilman in 1892, Issaquah was among the earliest communities settled on the east side of Lake Washington. By 1900, immigrants and ne...

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  • Leavenworth
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    Leavenworth

    Leavenworth, located in the central Cascades of Washington state, was once known as Icicle, and has been home to Native Americans, settlers, miners...

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  • Lakewood
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    Lakewood

    The 20-square-mile expanse of picturesque lakes and Douglas fir groves in which Lakewood is nestled was first known as "The Prairie," a vital cross...

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  • Kingston
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    Kingston

    With its peaceful cove and captivating mountain views, Kingston has long been a charming community on Puget Sound west of Seattle. Dubbed “Little C...

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  • Oysterville
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    Oysterville

    For generations, Chinook Indians camped in the area that is now Oysterville, gathering oysters from the shallow waters of Shoalwater Bay. When trib...

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  • Orcas Island
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    Orcas Island

    Orcas Island, the largest of the 172 islands in San Juan County, lies in the Salish Sea north of Puget Sound. Known as the "Gem of the San Juans" f...

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  • Olympia
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    Olympia

    Located on the southernmost point of Puget Sound, the Olympia area was occupied by the Coastal Salish Indians for many generations before American ...

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  • Ocean Shores
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    Ocean Shores

    Ocean Shores was the newest city in Washington for nearly 40 years, but for centuries before it had been a place of permanent occupation and food g...

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