2 edition of basic industries of the Pacific northwest found in the catalog.
basic industries of the Pacific northwest
Howard Thompson Lewis
|Statement||with study questions prepared under the direction of Mrs. Josephine Corliss Preston.|
|Contributions||Preston, Josephine Corliss.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||186, 4 p.|
|Number of Pages||186|
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Among the many industries drawn to the Pacific Northwest by the abundance of hydroelectricity was the production of aluminum. This view shows the pouring of molten aluminum around a steel slab in the carbon anodes used in the smelting of aluminum at a plant near Wenatchee.
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Lumber, one of the state's basic industries, was also in great demand. Many billions of board-feet were needed to build everything from barracks to minesweepers. Specialized lumber products were developed as substitutes for critically scarce metals.
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There are many quarantines on importing plant materials into the country as well as into the Pacific Northwest. For example, several grape viruses, Dutch elm disease, chestnut blight, eastern filbert blight, azalea flower spot, rust-susceptible cultivars of barberry, Mahonia (Oregon grape), and several peach viruses all are quarantined to.
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Anti-Mormonism in the Pacific Northwest Many Mormons in Idaho were met with discrimination, and were disenfranchised by the local and federal governments. Most notable was the Idaho Test Oath that prohibited any member of the LDS from performing their basic rights as citizens of the United States, including voting, or holding public office.
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The Historical Atlas of the Pacific Northwest showcases more than original maps, many never before published. Here are the maps of explorers such as Cook, Vancouver, Bodega y Quadra, Mackenzie, Thompson, and Lewis and 2/5(1). Pacific Northwest Industrial Products was founded in The company is located in Snoqualmie and incorporated in Washington.
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Timber. The Timber Industry in the Pacific Northwest The timber boom in the Pacific Northwest began in when Frederick Weyerhauser, along with fifteen partners purchasedacres of land from the Great Northern Railway.
During the early years, the industry had very little concern for the damage they were doing. Over the years the oyster industry of the Pacific Northwest has gone from extremely lucrative to completely nonexistent, but still the industry has been able to adapt and survive.
Native American history. For the centuries prior to the arrival of European settlement, the native tribes inhabiting the Pacific coast consumed animals from the sea. Pacific Northwest native Jeff Conn finds himself “cot” in the vowel shifts and rising intonations of a coalescing dialect.
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