If you love travel and history, then this second-in-a-series guide is a great travel companion. It takes you to mansions built by many of Oregon and Washingtonas pioneer entrepreneurs who created new industries and new cities. It includes the best museums, featuring Native American culture and pioneer farmers-small town museums, big city museums, and museums just for kids-plenty for everyone. Each of the eight sections covers a separate geographic region, with over 130 destinations throughout. Every entry details the highlights of a particular place and includes operating hours, entrance fees, location, and contact details.In 1910 when Young decided that he and his wife Anna needed a new house, they chose to build it on a hillside overlooking portions of Colville. Within the ... The relatively small living room is furnished with a Stickley settee and library table.
|Title||:||Best of Oregon and Washington's Mansions, Museums, and More|
|Author||:||Ken McKowen, Dahlynn McKowen|
|Publisher||:||Wilderness Press - 2009-11-15|