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    The mapmaker's eye: David Thompson on the Columbia Plateau
    Creation Date: c2005
    Catalog ID: 2005.127.1
    Call Number: OVERSIZE/917.1204/N631m/2005
    xii, 180 p.; ill. (some col.), maps; 27 cm.; Includes bibliographical references and index
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    Northwest passage: the great Columbia River
    Creation Date: c1995
    Catalog ID: 2004.50.30
    Call Number: 979.7/D567n/1995
    448 p.; ill., photos, map; 24 cm.; Includes bibliographical references and index
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    Ohme Gardens, Wenatchee
    Creation Date: ca. 1950
    Catalog ID: 2003.1.114
    Call Number: 2003.1.114
    Close photo showing a large grassy area and a few evergreens in the Ohme Gardens, Wenatchee, WA. The Columbia River is in the distance, photo left.
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    Collection Item 41414
    Creation Date: ca. 1960
    Catalog ID: 1998.90.2.59
    Call Number: 1998.90.2.59
    Aerial photo of the Port of Pasco grain elevator. Water is in the lower third of photo with the adjacent grain elevator. Multiple buildings are in upper photo, with rows of railroad freight cars along the upper edge.
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    Collection Item 49056
    Creation Date: ca. 1948
    Catalog ID: 1998.90.2.61
    Call Number: 1998.90.2.61
    Aerial photo of the confluence of the Snake (on right) and Columbia Rivers at Pasco, WA. The "Big Pasco" depot, identified on reverse side as in center left, consists of a few faintly visible structures. Bridge across Snake River in lower right corner.
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    Reports of Explorations and Surveys to Ascertain the Most Practicable and Economical Route for a Railroad from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean
    Creation Date: 1855-1860
    Catalog ID: C2003.0.20
    12 volume (in 13) set published as congressional documents.
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    Creation Date: [1916]
    Catalog ID: 2007.93.59
    Call Number: EPH-A/387.546/G798h/1916
    23 p.; ill., map; 23 cm.; 2007.93.59; Col illus. wraps feature surfer; Includes descriptions of Rocky Mountain and Glacier National Parks, and Columbia River
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    Collection Item 60103
    Creation Date: ca. 1968
    Catalog ID: 2003.176.99
    Call Number: 2003.176.99
    Aerial view of I-5 in Vancouver with the Columbia River Bridge in the background.
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    "North America."
    Creation Date: Apr. 1, 1803
    Catalog ID: 2003.16.67
    Call Number: MAPA/NA/1803
    Map of North America, based upon the larger "Map of America," published by A. Arrowmith, 1803. The international boundaries of claimed North American territories are outlined in varying colors. The key is lacking. The British claim to the Northwest corner of the Washington Coast and the area north of the Columbia River is indicated in red. The Columbia River is designated as the "River Oregon or Columbia". The map shows very few, detailed Northwest geographic features. The Cascade Mountain range is lacking, and the Columbia River and Puget Sound are only roughly depicted. Known Indian tribes and major geographic features are shown.
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    Map of the Oregon Territory West of the Cascade Mountains
    Creation Date: 1855
    Catalog ID: MAPB/OT/1855
    Call Number: MAPB/OT/1855
    "Sen. Ex. Doc. No.1, 54th Cong. 1st. Sess." The townships which are alsready subdivided are marked S. Those townships under contract are marked 0, and those proposed to be surveyed are marked ^. Roads and pack trails are marked ------.