Eastern Washington College of Education -- Students
Lola Maye Maye, posing on the parapet of the Administration Building [Showalter Hall] during the annual Senior Breakfast at Eastern Washington College of Education (currently Eastern Washington University).
Lieutenant Grover's camp on the shores of Pike Lake. Governor Stevens considered this to be "the real starting point of the expedition and named the camp, "Camp Marcy", in honor of the Secretary of State." Plate VI.
Expeditions & surveys; Railroad surveys; Puget Sound; Mount Rainier; Whidbey Island (Wash.)
"Puget Sound forms a most variegated compound of narrow inlets and sounds, interlinked among each other by passages and channels, and connected with Admiralty Inlet" only by the Narrows, a contracted passage near Point Defiance which...
Expeditions & surveys; Railroad surveys; Sauk River (Minn.)
Sauk River at the point of the expeditions "ford is about 120 feet wide, though, owing to the obliquity of the banks and rapidity of current, the ford is near 300 feet wide and the water five feet deep." Plate III.
"The Peluse (Palouse) River flows over three steppes, each of which is estimated to have an ascent of a thousand feet. The falls descend from the middle of the lower of these steppes." "The fall of the water, which is about thirty...