Guide to historical resources of Whatcom County 1994

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Morris , Nooksack, Wash
Whatcom County (Wash.) -- History, Local -- Sources -- Directories., Whatcom County (Wash.) -- History -- Archival resou
Other titlesNorthwest Collection.
StatementCarole Teshima Morris.
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The Guide to Whatcom County was developed from the award-winning web site, If you are visiting Whatcom County or a lifelong resident you will be introduced to new places, little /5(3). Whatcom County was organized in from Island County and is named after a local Indian chief.

It is located in the northwest corner of the state. In the eighteenth century Spanish and British explorers visited the county; Captain George Vancouver named Bellingham Bay. The first settlers in the county. Genealogical collections and resources for Whatcom County. Whatcom County Historical Society Publications and other resources on the history of Whatcom County.

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Filmed WCHS Events at the Whatcom Museum. Whatcom Museum The Museum creates programs and exhibitions about art, nature, and northwest history, including a large photographic collection. WHATCOM COUNTY RESOURCE GUIDE Intended as a quick reference guide to community resources.

Not a complete listing. Please refer to the Community Resource Guide at UTILITIES Water-Bellingham Finance Dept., ; discounts available to people who are 62 or older or on social security disabilityFile Size: 96KB.

People throughout the county are facing challenges unlike any before. Citizen have concerns about the basic necessities of life, such as employment, housing, health, food, and internet access. Your public library, Whatcom County Library System, is ready to help.

We are offering printable, concise resource guides to help you and your family. Reliable, authoritative, and trustworthy information is what you. As reported by the Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 2, square miles (6, km 2), of which, 2, square miles (5, km 2) of it is land and square miles ( km 2) of it (%) is water, including Lake Whatcom, which empties into Bellingham Bay by way of Whatcom graphically, Whatcom County is an extension of the Fraser Valley or "Lower Mainland".

The Community Resource List is a database of community resource information. If you want to find a particular resource, just dial on your telephone and you can talk to a Volunteers of America North Sound operator. Information is available in both English and Spanish.

Resources; Archives of the Heritage Flight Museum. Bellingham, Washington. The Bellingham Herald and Herald Archives: Cox, Kira M. Top Whatcom County newsmakers of the s. (The Bellingham Herald, Decem ). Eskenazi, Stuart.

Bellingham tackles change head-on. (The Seattle Times, J ). Fairhaven District Website: Friday, Chris. County Council Resolutions: Select an Item All Archive Items Most Recent Archive Item res res res res res res res res res res res res res res res Eowyn Ivey and her book To The Bright Edge of the World are the Whatcom READS author and book.

Read the Book, Join the Conversation. Our Whatcom READS selection will be available in various formats at all public libraries in Bellingham and Whatcom County, and from your favorite local independent book store, Village Books!.

Look for our posters throughout Whatcom County, our Whatcom. Bellingham Bay – Whatcom, Sehome, Bellingham and Fairhaven dating back to the s. Street names have also changed over the years, so a working knowledge of the history of your street name is helpful in this search as well.

City Directories can be found at the Whatcom Museum, Bellingham Public Library, and the Center for Pacific. Lone Pine Sustainable Landscapes and Gardens: good science – Whatcom County Noxious Weed Control Board N. Commercial St., Suite Bellingham, WA () Landscaping for Wildlife Books and Online Resources Created Date.

The WCC Library was known as a Learning Resources Center (LRC) in its infancy during the s and up until Known for its non-traditional approach to library service, the LRC provided delivery of learning materials and instructional equipment to the various college class locations around Whatcom County.

Whatcom County Historical Society, Bellingham, Washington. likes 18 talking about this 8 were here. The business and purpose of the Whatcom County Historical Society (WCHS) is to bring 5/5(1). Medical, dental and preventative healthcare in Whatcom and Skagit. Whatcom Alliance for Healthcare Access: Healthcare access counseling and resources.

Legal Resources CLEAR Line: Monday-Thursday amam. Open to File Size: KB. Educational Resources | Kona Historical Society. Teshima.

Boy’s Day - May 5, View from Ahua Nani, Whatcom History Books family. Morris, Carol Teshima. Guide to Historical Resources of Whatcom County, Roth, Lottie. "Whatcom County, Washington Facts" at (it is mis-labeled as Whatcom County, Alabama) "History of Whatcom County", Author: Lottie Roeder Roth, Publisher:Chicago: Pioneer Historical Pub.

Co., There are a few versions of this work beginning inwith later works adding an index and microform format available. WAHA can refer Whatcom County residents to the Behavioral Health Access Program (BHAP), a community program that provides mental health counseling to residents who do not have health insurance and are low income.

Heritage Resources Program. 7 Ways to Explore Railway Art and History in Bellingham and Whatcom County. By Lorraine Wilde / Ma By air, sea, car or train, there are so many ways to get to and enjoy Bellingham and Whatcom County.

The railway played an integral role in establishing our area as an economic center in the midth. Interested in primary sources on the history of Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washington or the Northwest.

This guide lists a selection of local and regional archives, libraries, museums and other resources to which we frequently refer researchers. This list is not exhaustive.

Contact us if you have questions about locating records on a. Find recommended reading for Whatcom County on the global map. We found 9 books set in Whatcom County. Part II: A resource guide to help identify supports and services. Please call () ext.

for corrections, additional resources, and comments. Contact the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) Developmental Disabilities Administration to see what services may be available for your child.

Call () You will see how downtown has changed since the first settlers arrived in Photos are from the Whatcom Museum’s Photo Archives.

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To take the Desktop Tour visit the City’s website. An audio/mobile tour feature and book are also available. is an evolving online encyclopedia of Washington State and local history. This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Whatcom County, Washington.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Whatcom County, Washington, United de and longitude coordinates are provided for many National Register properties and districts; these locations may be seen.

Thurston County Historical Markers. City of Tumwater.

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Books. The Washington Historical Quarterly "Washington A Guide to the Evergreen State " "International Pacific Highway System " "That Ribbon of Highway III" "Cowlitz Corridor " Automobile Blue Books and Maps. Virtual STEM Carnival is sponsored by Emerson Electric Co., Whatcom Community College Library, and Village Books.

About Whatcom: Whatcom Community College in Bellingham, WA is regularly recognized as one of the top community colleges in the nation by the Aspen Institute. The College, a destination for cybersecurity, healthcare and business.

Community Resource List - The Community Resource List is a database of community resource information. If you want to find a particular resource, just dial on your telephone and you can talk to a Volunteers of America North Sound operator.

Information is. "Souvenir Programme Virginius" Catalog Id: theater program, "Souvenir Programme Virginius: A Tragedy in Five Acts by James Sheridan Knowles," and under the direction and management of Col. W. J. Fife, and performed at the Ninth Street Theater, Pierce County, Tacoma, Washington, on June, performance benefit for the Northwest Interstate Fair; 8 page illustrated program.Whatcom County / ˈ w ɒ t k əm / is located in the U.S.

state of of the census, the population wasIt is bordered by Canada on the north, Okanogan County on the east, Skagit County on the south, and the Salish Sea on the : Bellingham.InBellingham TV10 produced a short video about the plans to restore the Territorial County Courthouse on E Street in Bellingham.

Shortly thereafter the Whatcom County Historical Society was able to begin this restoration project. Click the picture to the right to view this TV10 presentation.