Archive for November, 2010

Snohomish County will be celebrating its Sesquicentennial – see our previous post and the website – For the story of our county’s formation read the following excerpt from the book Snohomish County: An Illustrated History ~~~~~~~~~` In 1860 the area [the Snohomish, Stillaguamish River valleys, Everett and Mukilteo shorelines] still was part of […]

Our Women’s Legacy Project now has a new home – We have 67 stories and are hoping for 100 – if you would like to contribute, please contact info at – our editorial committee will consider all new biographical stories about women in Snohomish County history.   We especially welcome histories of women’s organizations! […]

From: Wendy Becker Date: Wed, Oct 20, 2010 at 4:21 PM Subject: Celebrate Snohomish County’s 150th Birthday *RESPECTING THE PAST – CELEBRATING THE PRESENT – EMBRACING THE FUTURE* *HAPPY 150th BIRTHDAY SNOHOMISH COUNTY* Fertile farmland, easy water access and abundant forests attracted settlers, who clustered in the Lowell, Monroe, Stanwood and Edmonds areas in the […]