Cattle drive of 750 head move over Snoqualmie Pass on October 14, 1880.

  • By Greg Lange
  • Posted 2/15/1999
  • HistoryLink.org Essay 890
On October 14, 1880, it is reported that 750 head of cattle being driven from Eastern Washington to Seattle via Snoqualmie Pass should arrive in Seattle early next week. The herd is from Colville and Kittitas Valley and is owned by Phelps & Wadleigh.

Sources: The Daily Intelligencer (Seattle), October 14, 1880, p. 3.

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