The History of Olympia Washington Coloring Book
The history of Olympia, Washington, can arguably be traced back to 1791 when George Vancouver first sailed into the area now known as the Puget Sound. Fast-forward fifty years, to 1841, and Lieutenant Wilkes of the U.S. Expedition mapped the area where Olympia now stands. It was then just a matter of time before settlers arrived, and in 1846 Edmond Sylvester and Levi Smith filed a joint claim for the land that would become the capital of the State of Washington. William D. Holland, former history teacher, novelist, and resident of Olympia for the past twenty-six years, takes a look at the fascinating history of the city on Budd Inlet, once destined to become the "San Francisco of Puget Sound," and now a picturesque haven for artists, musicians, environmental activists, and government workers. The History of Olympia, Washington is now a coloring book. Read along and learn! Color along and enjoy!
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- William D Holland
- Paperback | 68 pages
- 216 x 279 x 4mm | 181g
- Publication date
- 03 Feb 2017
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform