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HistoryLink.org Duvall Newspaper Index

Duvall Newspaper Index

The Duvall Newspaper Index contains 2,309 categorized headlines which pertain to people, places and events in Duvall history. The entries were indexed in 1997 by the Duvall Historical Society using four exisiting newspaper sources: Duvall Citizen 1911-1916, Carnation Enterprise 1918-1929, Carnavall Reporter 1953-1964, and Sammamish Valley News 1978-1980.

The index is used as a research tool prior to viewing the complete articles and newspapers, which can be found on microfilm at either the Duvall Library or the University of Washington - Microform & Newspaper Collections.

Many thanks to Don Williams, the Duvall Historical Society, and the King County Library System Foundation for the creation of this index.


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