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Vashon: The Natural and Human History of an Island
This Bibliography is organized according the following categories:
Books About Vashon-Maury Island
Books and Articles About Vashon-Maury Island
Anderson, Richard C. Portraits of Vashon Island. Siegel-Anderson. Port Blakely, WA. 1970
Andrews, Jill A. B., Berry, Kajira Wyn, eds. The nature of an island : stories & poems by Vashon-Maury Island writers . Vashon Island, WA : Sand Dollar Press, 2001
Andrews, Jill, and Shirley Ferris. Eds. Fisher Creek Watershed Stories: As Told by Its Neighbors. Vashon Maury Island Land Trust. 1998
Baird, Dorothy I. A Short History of Vashon-Maury Island and Biographies of Its Pioneers. D. P. Baird, Seattle. WA. 1995
Berry, Don. Ed. The Islanders: An Anthology. ARC/VAA. Vashon, WA. 1978
Boggs, James G. Community Development Through Community Arts Projects : A Case Study of IsleWilde on Vashon Island. Thesis. University of Washington. Seattle. 1997
Booth, Derek B. “Geologic Map of Vashon and Maury Islands, King County, Washington.” U.S. Department of the Interior. U.S. Geologic Survey. To Accompany Map MF-2161. U.S. Government Printing Office: Washington, D.C. 1991
Brooks, June. A Melange of On the Rock plus Loof Lirpa Spoofs, and other Vashon Island Drollery. Red Barn Studios. Vashon. 1986
Brown, Steve. “Y2K Raven: NW Coast Art in the 21st Century.” Public Presentation, Vashon Allied Arts, The Blue Heron. November 7, 1999.
Brunson, Howard P. I Remember Logging, 1923-1997. Marjorie M. Watkins, ed. Fir Tree Press. Vashon, WA. 1998.
Bulman, Dennis Marlowe. A Study of the Bacteriological Water Quality of Quartermaster Harbor, Vashon Island. Thesis. University of Washington. Seattle. 1975
Carey, Roland. Isle of the Sea Breezes. Alderbrook Publishing Co. Seattle. 1976
Carey, Roland. The Sound and the Mountains. Alderbrook Publishing Co. Seattle. 1970
Carey, Roland. The Sound of Steamers. Alderbrook Publishing Co. Seattle. 1965
Carey, Roland. The Steamboat Landing on Elliott Bay. Alderbrook Publishing Co. Seattle. 1962
Carey, Roland. Van Olinda’s History of Vashon-Maury Island. Alderbrook Publishing Co. Seattle. 1985
Caffiere, Blanche Hamilton, et. al. The Past Remembered II: Vashon-Maury Island Memories. Garland Baker Norin, ed. Vashon-Maury Island Heritage Association. Vashon Island, WA. 1991
Carr, J. R./Associates. Vashon-Maury Island Water Resources Study. Planning Division. Department of Planning and Community Development Division. King County, Washington. Seattle. 1983
Cole, Chester Frederick. Land Utilization on Vashon Island. Thesis. University of Washington. Seattle. 1941
Delbridge, Joyce. Ferry Tales from Puget Sound. Vashon Point Productions. Vashon. 1986
Fitzpatrick, Reed. A Pictorial Review of Vashon Island. Mayfair Press. Seattle. 1974
Fitzpatrick, Reed. A History of Vashon-Maury Island Schools, 1881-1981. Art Products Company. Vashon. 1981
Gerstle, John H., Sllivan, Susan
G. Walks, trails, and parks on Vashon Island
Goldberg, David William. Designing Within a Continuum: Interventions at the Harrington-Beall-Hooper Greenhouse Farm. Thesis. University of Washington. 1996
Gordon, Robert, Sr. Magnolia Beach Memories. Self Published. 1999
Haugen, Janet O. Pioneers of Vashon – And Much, Much More. J. Haugen, Vashon Island. 1985
Hinderer, Judith, et. al. Eds. Ellisport Creek Watershed Stories: As Told by Its Neighbors. Vashon-Maury Island Land Trust. Vashon. 1999.
Holtz, Rayna, et. al. Eds. Shinglemill Creek Watershed Stories: As Told by Its Neighbors. Vashon-Maury Heritage Association. Vashon. 1996
Ingham, Dennis Blaine. Transportation Alternatives for Vashon Island. Thesis. University of Washington. Seattle. 1975
Kritzman, Ellen B..Field guide to the mammals of Vashon Island.[S.l. : S.n.], 1995
Kunkle, Lesli S. Design and Management Approaches to Maintain Ecological Integrity of a Small Nature Reserve park in an Urbanizing Setting: The Fern Cove Case Study. Thesis. University of Washington. 1996
Larkin, Marci. “Quartermaster Harbor Marine Park Study: Substudy Report: History.” College of Forest Resources, University of Washington, Seattle. 1975.
Leek, Mark. “Perspectives on Island Life: What Islanders Value – 1977.” University of Washington, Department of Political Science. 1977.
Lohmann, Melane, ed. Recherche: Recipes From Sound Food Restaurant and Bakery. Illustrated by Linda Vik and Patricia Toovey. Sound Food Co. Vashon Island, WA. 1984
Lynn, Howard W. Lieutenant Maury’s Island and the Quartermaster’s Harbor. Beachcomber Press. Vashon, Washington. 1975
Mathews, Mary. “Early Strawberry Growing on Vashon Island.” Island Landmarks. Burton. 1997.
Nelson, Nancy. Signposts of Vashon-Maury Islands. Vashon Beachcomber. Vashon. 1971
Norin, Garland. ed. Vashon Island Is: By Burton Eight Graders. Cottage Printers. Seattle. 1957
Norin, Garland. ed. Vashon Island Is: By Island Eight Graders and Five High School Sketchers. Beachcomber Press. Vashon, WA. 1978
Payton, Charles. "The Spirit of Chautauqua." Portage: The Magazine of the Historical Society of Seattle and King County. Vol. 3 No. 2. Spring 1982. 22-23.
Reid, John H. Vashon Island: “The Home of the Big Red Strawberry,” King County, Washington. Pictorial Souvenir. 1909. Facsimile Reproduction. Spindrifters. Vashon, WA. 1978
Roberts, Christine. A Process of Community Action : Vashon-Maury Islanders and the Local Nursing Home. Dissertation. University of Washington. Seattle. 1997
Sawyer, Phyllis R. Pharmacist participation and Observations in Vashon-Maury Health Services Center, A Nurse Practitioner Clinic. Thesis. University of Washington. Seattle. 1973
Shanley, Kathryn W., ed. Native American literature : boundaries & sovereignties. Vashon Island, WA : Paradoxa, 2001
Silver, Nancy R. A history of Vashon-Maury Island re-addressed : a walking & windshield guidebook to 180 island sites. Vashon Island, WA : View Yonder Design, 2003.
Speidel, Bill. Tight Little Island: A “Good God!” Guide to Vashon/Maury Island. ???
Stanley, Marjorie Rose. Historical-- sometimes hysterical-- rhymes of Vashon-Maury Island. illustrations by Judith Manerud Lawrence ; historical notes by Garland Baker Norin. Beachcomber Press. Vashon, WA. 1984
Stein, Julie K., Phillips, Laura S., eds. Vashon Island Archaeology : a view from Burton Acres Shell Midden. Seattle, Wash. : Burke Museum, 2003
Sunstrom, Carolyn J. The Mukai Garden: An Issei Woman’s Expression of Her Cultural Heritage and Immigration Experience. Thesis. University of Washington. Seattle. 1996
Swan, Ed. The Birds of Vashon Island : a natural history of habitat and population transformation 1850-2005. Vashon Island, Wash. : The Swan Company, 2005
Van Olinda, Oliver S. History of Vashon-Maury Islands. Vashon Island News-Record. Vashon, WA. 1935
Van Olinda, Oliver S. Nothin Much: A Composite Picture of Life in the Northwest. Vashon, WA. 1936
Vashon College. Annual Catalogue of Vashon College, 1897-98.
“Vashon In Springtime.” Rotogravure Section. Seattle Times. April 27, 1947.
Weppner, Sarah Gene. Farm exposures to deposited arsenic and lead on Vashon/Maury Island. Thesis (M.S.) Univeristy of Washington. 2001
Warren, Richard E. “Dockton: The Drydock Years.” The Sea Chest: Journal of the Puget Sound Maritime Historical Society. (June, 1969), 134-149.
Warren, Richard E. “Dockton: The Shipyard Years.” The Sea Chest: Journal of the Puget Sound Maritime Historical Society. (September, 1969), 1-14
Watkins, Marj and Garland Norin, Eds. The Past Remembered. Vashon Island Public Schools. Vashon, WA. 1978
Watkins, Marj and Garland Norin, Eds. The Past Remembered II: Vashon Island Memories. Vashon-Maury Island Historical Association. Vashon, WA. 1991.
Woodroffe, Pamela J. Vashon Island's agricultural roots : tales of the tilth as told by island farmers. San Jose, [Calif.] : Writers Club Press, 2002
Yokomizo, Michiko. A Community Healthcare Facility for Vashon-Maury Island. Thesis. University of Washington. 1976.
A Boston Tillicum (Wickersham, James). Monograph on the Puyallup Indians in the State of Washington. Tacoma. 1892.
Adamson, Thelma. Folk-Tales of the Coast Salish. The American Folk-Lore Society, G. E. Stechert and Co., New York. 1934.
Alvord, B. Indians of Puget Sound and the Straits, with Statistics of Population. 34th Cong., 3rd sess., 1857, House Exec. Doc. 76, 1-22. Serial 906.
Anderson, Benedict. Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism. Verso. London. 1983.
Applications for Enrollment and Allotment of Washington Indians, 1911-1919. National Archives, Pacific Northwest region. Microfilm M-1343.
As Told by the Pioneers: Tales of Frontier Life as Told by Those Who Remember The Days of the Territory and Early Statehood of Washington. Vol. III. Ed. Loutzenhiser, F.H. and J.R. Loutzenhiser. W.P.A. Special Federal Project No. 5841. 1938.
Bagley, Clarence B. History of King County, Washington. Volume 1-4. S.J. Clarke Publishing Company. Seattle. 1929.
Ballard, Arthur C. Mythology of Southern Puget Sound. University of Washington Publications in Anthropology vol. 3, no. 2. University of Washington Press. Seattle. 1929.
Berger, Peter L. and Luckmann, Thomas. The
Social Construction of Reality: A Treatise
Bierwert, Crisca. Ed. Lushootseed Texts: An Introduction to Puget Salish Narrative Aesthetics. University of Nebraska Press. Lincoln. 1996.
Bryan, Alan Lyle. An Archeological Survey of North Puget Sound. Occasional Papers of the Idaho State College Museum, Number 11. Pocatello. 1963.
Carpenter, Cecilia Svinth. They Walked Before: The Indians of Washington. Washington State American Revolution Bicentennial Commission. Tacoma, WA. 1977.
Carpenter, Cecilia Svinth. The Troubled Waters of Medicine Creek. Thesis. University of Puget Sound. 1971.
Carter, Glen. My Waterfront. Seagull Books. Seattle. 1977.
Chasan, Daniel. The Water Link: A History of Puget Sound as a Resource. Washington Sea Grant. University of Washington Press. 1981.
Collias and Duxbury. Bibliography of Literature on Puget Sound Marine Environment. Washington Sea Grant Book WSG-71-6. Division of Marine Resources. University of Washington, Seattle. 1971.
Colvocoresses, George M. Four years in the government exploring expedition : commanded by Captain Charles Wilkes, to the island of Madeira, Cape Verd island, Brazil ... [etc.]. : R.T. Young. New York. 1853
Coman, Edwin T., and Helen M. Gibbs. Time, Tide and Timber: Pope and Talbot Corporate History. Sanford University Press. Palo Alto. 1949.
Daugherty, Richard. Early Man in Washington. Information Circular #32. Department of Natural Resources. Olympia. 1959.
Delbridge, Joyce. Ferry Tales from Puget Sound and Georgia Strait. Hancock House. Blain, WA. 1990.
Eells, Myron. The Indians of Puget Sound: The Notebooks of Myron Eells. ed. George Pierre Castile. University of Washington Press, Seattle. 1985.
Faber, Jim. Steamer’s Wake: Voyaging Down the Old Marine Highways of Puget Sound. Waterfront Awareness. Seattle. 1981.
Ficken, Robert F. The Forested Land: A History of Lumbering in Western Washington. University of Washington Press. Seattle. 1987.
Fisher, Robin. Contact and Conflict: Indian European Relations in British Columbia, 1774-1890. University of British Columbia Press. 1977.
Gerlach, Arch Clive. Precipitation in Western Washington. Dissertation. University of Washington. Seattle. 1943.
Gibbs, George. Indian Tribes of the Washington Territory. House Exec. Doc. 91, 33rd Cong., 2nd sess., 1854; reprint, Ye Galleon Press. Fairfield, WA. 1967.
Gibson, James R. Otter Skins, Boston Ships, and China Goods: The Maritine Fur Trade of the North West Coast, 1785-1841. XXX Press. 1992.
Green, Alfred John. Jottings from a cruise, by Captain Alfred J. Green ... Captain Green's experiences as recorded by him on the illfated voyage of the barque "Mertola." also his further adventures aboard the barques "Grassendale" and "Wilhelm Tell." The Kelly Printing Company, Inc. Seattle. 1944.
Gunther, Erna. Ethnobotnay of Western Washington. University of Washington Publications in Anthropology 10: 1-62. 1945.
Gunther, Erna. A Further Analysis of the First Salmon Ceremony. University of Washington Press. Seattle. 1928
Gunther, Erna. Indian Life on the Northwest Coast. University of Chicago. 1972
Haeberlin, Hermann and Erna Gunther. The Indians of Puget Sound. University of Washington Press. 1930.
Hansen, Henry Paul. Postglacial Forest Succession and Climate in the Puget Sound Region. Dissertation. University of Washington. Seattle. 1937.
Harris, Cole. The Resettlement of British Columbia. XXX Press. 1997.
Haskell, Patrick J. The Wilkes Expedition in Puget Sound - 1841. WICHE and State Capitol Museum. Olympia. 1974.
Hilbert, Vi. Haboo: Native American Stories from Puget Sound. University of Washington Press. Seattle. 1985
Hoover, Glenn. Rural Settlement in Western Washington. Thesis. University of Washington. Seattle. 1922.
Hunt, Herbert. Tacoma: Its History and Its Builders – A Half Century of Activity. S. J. Clarke Publishing Co. Chicago. 1916.
Indian Claims Commission. Coast Salish and Western Washington Indians. 5 vols. Garland Publishing. New York. 1974.
Irvine, Ronald, and Walter J. Clore. The Wine Project: Washington State’s Winemaking History. Sketch Publications, Vashon, WA. 1997.
Johnson, E. R. Farming the Logged-Off Uplands in Western Washington. Bulletin 1236. United States Department of Agriculture. Washington, DC 1924.
Kimerly and Jackson, eds. Atlas of the Pacific Northwest. Oregon State University Press, Corvalis. 1985
Kline, Mary S. Steamboat Virginia V. Documentary Book Publishing Company. Bellevue. 1985
Kosloff, Eugene. Seashore Life of the North Pacific Coast: An Illustrated Guide to California, Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia. University of Washington Press. Seattle. 1983
Krech, Shepard. The Ecological Indian: Myth and History. Norton. New York. 1999.
Kruckeberg, Arthur R. The Natural History of Puget Sound Country. A Wyerhaeuser Environmental Book. University of Washington Press. Seattle. 1991.
Kuhn, Thomas S. The Structure of Scientific Revolutions. University of Chicago Press. Chicago. 1996
Laskin, David. Rains All the Time: A Connoisseur’s History of Weather in the Pacific Northwest. Sasquatch Books. Seattle. 1997
Leighton, Caroline C. West Coast Journeys: 1865-1879. David Buerge, Ed. Sasquatch Books. Seattle. 1995
Lincoln, Leslie. Coast Salish Canoes. Center for Wooden Boats. Seattle. 1991
McChesnesy, ??, et.al. Rolls of Certain Indian Tribes in Washington and Oregon. Ye Galleon Press. Fairfield, WA. 1969.
Mapes, Carl Herbert. A Map Interpretation of Population growth and Distribution in the Puget Sound Region. Dissertation. University of Washington. Seattle. 1943
March, P. D. History of Water Transportation, State of Washington. Thesis. University of Washington. Seattle. 1949
Martin, P. S., and H. E. Wright. Pleistocene Extinctions: A Search for a Cause. Yale University Press. New Haven. 1967.
Matson, R. G., and Coupland, Gary. The Prehistory of the Northwest Coast. Academic Press. San Diego. 1995.
Menzies, Archibald. Menzies’ Journal of Vancouver’s Voyage: April to October 1792. Archives of British Columbia, Memoir No. 5. 1923
Miller, Jay. Shamanic Oddyssey: The Lushootseed Salish Journey to the Land of the Dead. Ballena Press. Menlo Park, Ca. 1988.
Monmonier, Mark .1993. Mapping it Out: Expository Cartography for the Social Sciences and Humanities. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Morgan, Murray. Puget Sound: A Narrative of Early Tacoma. University of Washington Press, Seattle. 1979
Morgan, Murray, and Rosa Morgan. South on the Sound: An Illustrated History of Tacoma and Pierce County. Windsor Publications. Woodland Hills, California. 1984
Morris, Gary J. Straits Salish Prehistory. Self Published. 1990.
Nalder, Mae Mark. The Academy Era in the State of Washington. Thesis. State College of Washington. Pullman. 1934
Newell, Gordon. ed. McCurdy Marine History of the Pacific Northwest. Vol. Superior Publishing Company. Seattle. 1966
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Preece, Rod. Animals and Nature: Cultural Myths, Cultural Realities. University of British Columbia Press. Vancouver. 1999.
Prisho, Caroline. Fox Island: Pioneer Life on South Puget Sound. Echo Bay Press. 1990
Puget Sound Environmental Atlas. Vol. 1 and 2. United States Corp of Engineers. Seattle District.
Purser, J. Elizabeth, and Lawrence J. Allen. The Winemakers of the Pacific Northwest. Harbor House Publishing. Vashon, WA. 1977
Renner, Jeff. Northwest Marine Weather. The Mountaineers Books. Seattle. 1993
Rigg, G.B. The Peat Resources of Washington. Bulletin # 44. Division of Mines and Geology. State of Washington. 1958
Robinson, Arthur H., Joel L. Morrison, Phillip C. Muehrcke, A. Jon Kimerling, and Stephen C. Guptill. 1995. Elements of Cartography, 6th ed. New York: John Wiley and Sons.
Rogers, John. Watertrail: The Hidden Path Through Puget Sound. Sasquatch Books. Seattle. 1998
Rose, Gillian. Feminism and Geography: The Limits of Geographical Knowledge. University of Minnesota Press. Minneapolis. 1993.
Schwantes, Carlos Arnaldo. The Pacific Northwest: An Interpretive History. Revised and Enlarged Edition. University of Nebraska Press. Lincoln. 1996
Scott, James W., and Roland L. Delorma. Historical Atlas of Washington. University of Oklahoma Press. Norman. 1988.
Scott, Roeuley, and Bates. Washington Public Shore Guide, Marine Walks. University of Washington Press, Seattle. 1986.
The Seattle Times. An Investigation of Puget Sound: Voyage of Discovery Along the Route of Capt. George Vancouver. The Seattle Times. Seattle. 1998.
Shackleford, Elizabeth. A History of the Puyallup Indian Reservation, Tacoma. Thesis. College of Puget Sound. 1918.
Smith, A.H. The Indians of Washington. Research Studies of the State College of Washington. Washington Territorial Centennial. 1953.
Smith, Harlan Ingersoll. Archaeology of the Gulf of Georgia and Puget Sound. G. E. Stechert & Company. 1907.
Smith, Marian W. The Puyallup-Nisqually. Columbia University Contributions to Anthropology. Columbia University Press. New York. 1940.
Smith, Marian W. Indians of the Urban Northwest. Contributions to Anthropology, No. 36. Columbia University Press. New York. 1949.
Strickland, Richard. The Fertile Fjord. Washington Sea Grant. University of Washington Press. Seattle. 19xx.
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Suttles, Wayne. Coast Salish Essays. University of Washington Press. Seattle. 1987.
Swanton, John R. Indian Tribes of North America. Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 145. Smithsonian Institution Press. 1969.
Tyler, David B. The Wilkes Expedition: The First United States Exploring Expedition (1838-1842). The American Philosophical Society. Philadelphia. 1968.
Tweddell, Colin. Snohomish. ???
Underhill, Ruth. Indians of the Pacific Northwest. Indian Life and Customs No. 5. Education Division, United States Office of Indian Affairs. Washington, D.C. 1944.
Vancouver, George. A Voyage of Discovery to the North Pacific Ocean and Around the World, 1791-1795. Vol. II. J. Stockdale, 1801; reprint, The Hakluyt Society. London. 1984.
Vanderwal, Kathy Sue. Compositional and Textural Variations in the Vashon Till and Underlying Drifts in the Northern and Central Puget Lowland, Washington. Thesis. University of Washington. Seattle. 1985.
Waterman, Thomas Talbot. Notes on the Ethnology of the Indians of Puget Sound. Indian Notes and Monographs # 59. Museum of the American Indian. Heye Foundation. New York. 1973.
Waterman, Thomas Talbot, and Geraldine Coffin. Types of Canoes on Puget Sound. Indian Notes and Monographs. Museum of the American Indian. Heye Foundation. New York. 1920.
White, Richard. The Treaty of Medicine Creek: Indian-White Relations on Upper Puget Sound, 1830-1880. Thesis. University of Washington. Seattle. 1972.
White, Richard. Land Use, Environment, and Social Change. University of Washington Press. Seattle. 1980.
White, Richard. “It’s Your Misfortune and None of My Own.” University of Oklahoma Press. Norman. 1991.
White, Richard. The Middle Ground: Indians, empires, and republics in the Great Lakes region, 1650-1815. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge. 1991.
Wing, Robert, and Gordon Newell. Peter Puget. Gray Beard Publishing. Seattle. 19xx.
Wolcott. Lakes of Washington. Vol. 1. Water Supply Bulletin 14. Division of Water Resources. Olympia, Washington. 1961.
Wright, E. W., ed. Lewis and Dryden’s Marine History of the Pacific Northwest. Antiquarian Press. New York. 1961.
Younce, Frederick. Public Land Disposal in Washington. Dissertation. University of Washington. Seattle. 1969.
Als, Hilton. “The Unvanquished.” The New Yorker. September 27,1999.
Ballard, David. (1996). Preparing for the Unthinkable War: Were Cold War civil defense preparations in the Pacific Northwest equal to the threat of nuclear attack? Columbia Magazine. Vol. 10, No. 3, Fall, 1996. 7-13
Berland, Sidney. (1988). Strategy Strife on the Indian War Front: A governor and a general locked horns over the treatment-and mistreatment-of Indians. Columbia Magazine. Vol. 2, No. 1, Spring, 1988. 4-9
Buchanan, Iva L. “Lumbering and Logging in the Puget Sound Region in Territorial Days.” Pacific Northwest Quarterly. 27:34-53 (January 1936).
Buerge, David. (1987). The Wilkes Exploring Expedition in the Pacific Northwest: "America's Cook" explores Oregon Country. Columbia Magazine. Vol. 1, No. 1, Spring, 1987. 37-43
Calligan, Carolyn W. (1999). Puget Sound’s Mosquito Fleet: Remembering the days when passengers, mail and commercial goods traveled the inland waters aboard steam-powered taxis. Columbia Magazine. Vol. 12, No. 2, Summer, 1999. 40-43
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Snyder, Warren A. “Southern Puget Sound Salish: Texts, Place Names, and Dictionary.” Sacramento Anthropological Society Paper No.9. Sacramento Anthropological Society, Sacramento State College. Sacramento, CA. 1968.
Suttles, Wayne. “The Early Diffusion of the Potato among the Coast Salish.” Southwestern Journal of Anthropology 7:272:88 (Autumn 1951).
Suttles, Wayne. “The Shed-Roof House.” In Robin K. Wright, ed. A Time of Gathering: Native Heritage in Washington State. Burke Museum. University of Washington Press. Seattle. 1991.
Taylor, Herbert C. “Anthropological Investigation of the Medicine Creek Tribes Related to Tribal Identity and xxxx Possession of Lands.” in, Riley Carroll, ed. Investigation and Archedology of Puget Sound Indians, Coastal Salish and Western Washington, Vol. II. ?????? pp. 401-475.
Taylor, Herbert C. “Aboriginal Populations of the Lower Northwest Coast,” Pacific Northwest Quarterly 54:4 (October 1963), 160, 162-163.
Taylor, Herbert C. Aboriginal Populations of the Lower Northwest Coast. in Roles of Certain Tribes in Oregon and Washington. Ye Galleon Press. Fairfield, Washington. 1969.
“The Vancouver Expedition: Peter Puget’s Journal of the Exploration of Puget Sound, May 7-June 11, 1792.” ed. Bern Anderson. Pacific Northwest Quarterly. 30 (April 1939), 199.
Vouri, Mike. (1997). Raiders From the North: Northern Indians terrorized Puget Sound shore dwellers, Indians and white settlers alike, from Bellingham Bay to Olympia. Columbia Magazine. Vol. 11, No. 3, Fall, 1997. 24-35
Waterman, Thomas Talbot. “The Geographical Names Used By the Indians of the Pacific Coast.” The Geographical Review. Vol. XII (1922), 170-190.
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