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Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition (1909) -- A Cybertour of Selected Buildings
This is a "Now and Then" Cybertour of selected exhibit buildings at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, held in 1909 on the University of Washington campus in Seattle. The buildings included in the Cybertour include most of those funded by the federal government and by the four Washington counties (Chehalis, King, Spokane, and Yakima) that erected buildings at the fair. This tour also includes the Washington Building (an important gathering place for large receptions) and the New York Building (where most of the fair's important banquets were held). This tour was written by Alan Stein and Paula Becker with assistance from Jennifer Ott, and curated by Paula Becker. Map by Marie McCaffrey. Preparation of this feature was made possible by the Washington Humanities Commission.
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This is a cybertour of Ballard, the historic Seattle neighborhood. Also available as a printable walking tour
(PDF format). Written by Walt Crowley. Curated by Chris Goodman. Presented by the City of Seattle.
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Burke-Gilman Trail Cybertour
This is a Cybertour of Seattle's Burke-Gilman Trail, an urban trail that follows the route of the old Seattle, Lake Shore & Eastern Railroad.
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Cedar River Cybertour
This is a Rivers in Time "Cybertour" of the Cedar River, home of Seattle's watershed since 1901. Curated by Alan J. Stein. Presented by King County, Seattle Public Utilities, and Seattle City Light.
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Century 21 Exposition -- Forward Into the Past! -- A Cybertour
This is a Cybertour of the Century 21 Exposition, better known as the Seattle World's Fair of 1962. It was written by Alan J. Stein and designed by Chris Goodman.
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Columbia City (Seattle) Cybertour
This is a guided photographic cybertour of Columbia City, an historic Seattle neighborhood and designated landmark. Also available as a printable walking tour
(PDF format). Written by Cassandra Tate. Produced by Chris Goodman. Historical photographs provided by the Rainier Valley Historical Society and Paul Dorpat, with funding from the City of Seattle.
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Columbia River Cybertour
This Cybertour of the Columbia River focuses on state and national parks and wildlife areas. It was written and curated by Cassandra Tate and photographed (except for historical pictures) by Glenn Drosendahl. It was made possible by a grant from the Peach Foundation and an appropriation by the Washington State Legislature.
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Downtown Historic Theatre District (Seattle) Cybertour
This is a cybertour of Seattle's Downtown Historic Theatre District as it existed at the time of its designation on December 6, 2011. The Downtown Historic Theatre District was created to support the preservation, promotion, and maintenance of Seattle's downtown historic theaters. Five venues are included in the district: Town Hall Seattle (formerly the Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist), the 5th Avenue Theatre, A Contemporary Theatre ACT/Eagles Auditorium, the Paramount Theatre, and the Moore Theatre. This tour was written and curated by Paula Becker. Map by Marie McCaffrey. Preparation of this feature was made possible by the Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs, and 4Culture King County lodging tax.
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This is a Cybertour of historic Ellensburg, including the Downtown Ellensburg Historic District, the First Railroad Addition Historic District, and the Kittitas County Fairgrounds District. It was written and curated by Paula Becker with the assistance of Historic Ellensburg, the Kittitas County Historical Museum, and Ellensburg librarian Milton Wagy. Preparation of this feature was made possible by an appropriation from the Washington State Legislature administered by the State Department of Archeology and Historic Preservation.
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Everett Bayside: A Cybertour
This cybertour of Everett's Bayside waterfront was written by Margaret Riddle and curated by Paula Becker. The map is by Marie McCaffrey, and the cybertour is sponsored by the Henry M. Jackson Foundation.
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Harry Tracy: Trail of the Northwest's Last Desperado Cybertour
Journey back to 1902, and follow the trail of Harry Tracy -- the Wild Northwest's last desperado -- one step ahead of the posse. Written by Alan J. Stein and designed by Chris Goodman.
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Ice Age Floods in Washington: A Cybertour
This Cybertour explores the impact of the Ice Age floods on Washington state. It was written and curated by Cassandra Tate, and made possible by a grant from the Peach Foundation. Glenn Drosendahl provided the principal photography; geologist Bruce Bjornstad, author of On the Trail of the Ice Age Floods,
served as guide and technical advisor.
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International District Cybertour
This is a Cybertour of Seattle's International District. Also available as a printable walking tour
(PDF format). It was prepared by Walt Crowley and produced by Chris Goodman and Marie McCaffrey. Presented by the City of Seattle, Office of Economic Development, Tourism Division.
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Lake Union (Seattle) Cybertour
This is a Cybertour of Seattle's historic South Lake Union neighborhood, including the Cascade neighborhood and portions of the Denny Regrade. It was written and curated by Paula Becker with the assistance of Walt Crowley and Paul Dorpat. Map by Marie McCaffrey. Preparation of this feature was underwritten by Vulcan Inc., a Paul G. Allen Company. This Cybertour begins at Lake Union Park, then loosely follows the course of the Westlake Streetcar, with forays into the Cascade neighborhood and into the Seattle Center area. It was updated in 2012
Also available as a printable walking tour
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Lewis and Clark Expedition in Washington, 1805-1806: An Illustrated Cybertour
An illustrated cybertour of the Lewis and Clark Expedition in what is now the state of Washington. The Corps of Volunteers for Northwest Discovery (as the expedition was formally named) entered the area of the future state in October 1805. The cybertour was written and curated by Cassandra Tate, with photos by Glenn Drosendahl.
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Mountain Loop Highway Cybertour
This is a cybertour of the Mountain Loop Scenic Byway, which connects Granite Falls with Darrington in eastern Snohomish County. Written and curated by David Cameron and Louise Lindgren. Map by Marie McCaffrey. Sponsored by the Snohomish County Community Heritage Program.
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Olmsted Park Plans for Seattle Cybertour
This is a Cybertour of the parks, playfields, and boulevards laid out by famed landscape designer John Charles Olmsted in his 1903 and 1908 plans for the Seattle Parks Board. It was prepared by HistoryLink with Friends of Seattle's Olmsted Parks to commemorate the centennial of John C. Olmsted's arrival in Seattle on April 30, 1903. Original map art by Marie McCaffery.
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Pike Place Market (Seattle) Cybertour
This is a photographic cybertour of Seattle's Pike Place Market. Also available as a printable walking tour
(PDF format). Prepared by Walt Crowley and produced by Chris Goodman and Marie McCaffrey. Presented by the City of Seattle, Office of Economic Development, Tourism Division. Names of businesses are cited for orientation and information purposes only and do not imply recommendation or endorsement by the City of Seattle or by HistoryLink. Note: The Pike Place Market Cybertour was extensively updated in October 2012.
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Pioneer Square Cybertour
A guided photographic cybertour of Pioneer Square, Seattle's First Neighborhood and a National Historic District. Also available as a printable walking tour
(PDF format). Written by Walt Crowley, produced by Chris Goodman, and funded by the City of Seattle.
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Port Gamble Cybertour
This is a CyberTour of Kitsap Peninsula's historic Port Gamble, Washington's oldest surviving company town. It was written and curated by David Wilma, produced by Chris Goodman, and sponsored by Olympic Resource Management. The map art is by Marie McCaffrey,
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