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Seattle: A Photographic Journey

Seattle: A Photographic Journey

by Donnelly & Rogers, 2014, Farcountry Press, 80 pages

Seattle culture, color, and charm grace the pages of Seattle: A Photographic Journey, the first book in a new photography book series from award-winning publisher Farcountry Press. The brilliant colors of Seattle: A Photographic Journey highlight the places that make Seattle great: neon-lit Pike Place Market, lush parks, fascinating museums, and cozy floating homes.

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Lost Seattle

Lost Seattle

by Rob Ketcherside, 2013, Pavilion, 144 pages

Offering a fascinating glimpse into the past, Lost Seattle features many previously unpublished images of architectural treasures that were lost to the wrecking ball long before the era of historic preservation, including Japantown, Joseph Mayer's clock factory, Yesler's mill, Capitol Hill's auto row, Denny Hill, Moran Brothers' shipyard, the Carnegie Central Library, and more.

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Lighthouses of Washington: A Guidebook And Keepsake

Lighthouses of Washington

by Ray Jones & Bruce Roberts, 2006, Globe Pequot Press, 96 pages

A winning combination of practical travel information, stunning color photographs, and rich maritime history makes Lighthouses of Washington your essential guide to maritime beacons in the Evergreen State. From Cape Disappointment Light on the Columbia River to Admiralty Head Light in Puget Sound, the 25 lights included here are presented in geographic order.

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60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: Seattle

60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: Seattle

by Andrew Weber & Bryce Stevens, 2009, Menasha Ridge Press, 336 pages

In addition to the Cascade Range and Puget Sound, this authoritative guide also leads to lesser-known hiking destinations, including high bluffs and tide pools along the Pacific, abandoned mines and railways, and stands of old-growth forest inside the city limits.

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Seattle: A Photographic Portrait II

Seattle: A Photographic Portrait II

by Stuart Westmorland, 2013, Twin Lights Publ., 128 pages

Photographer Stuart Westmorland's stunning images skillfully capture the creative energy and jubilant spirit of the vibrant and beautiful Pacific Northwest city of Seattle. The Space Needle, Seattle Public Market, Experience Music Project Museum, and Seattle Center are just a few places that are captured in this keepsake volume.

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Seattle City Guide

Seattle City Guide

by Heidi Johansen, 2013, Insight Guides, 280 pages

Insight City Guide Seattle is a comprehensive travel guide to this innovative and scenic city. Full-color photos and maps throughout combine with authoritative text to inspire you to explore Seattle and its surrounding areas. Includes "Best Of Seattle", which highlights unmissable sights and experiences. Other sections include Travel Tips, Photo Features, history & culture, and more.

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Seattle Curiosities

Seattle Curiosities

by Steve Pomper, 2009, Globe Pequot Press, 208 pages

Whether you're a born-and-raised Seattle resident, a recent transplant, or just passing through, Seattle Curiosities will have you laughing out loud as Steve Pomper introduces you to the city's weirdest and most outrageous characters and events, and takes you places you never could have imagined - some of them right around the corner!

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Ghost Hunter's Guide to Seattle

Ghost Hunter's Guide to Seattle

by Jeff Dwyer, 2008, Pelican Publishing, 224 pages

A guide for anyone seeking encounters with apparitions, this book is a comprehensive look at the paranormal activity surrounding Seattle and Puget Sound. Stories hailing from the area's unique history abound, enabling paranormal adventurers to see beyond the surface of various locations throughout the area. Includes detailed descriptions of sites, as well as historical background.

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A Cruising Guide to Puget Sound and the San Juan Islands

Cruising Guide to Puget Sound & San Juans

by Migael Scherer, 2005, International Marine, 320 pages

A Cruising Guide to Puget Sound and the San Juan Islands has earned an outstanding reputation for the accuracy of its piloting instructions, the clarity of its writing, and the high quality of its information. This second edition includes color photos and nautical chart segments throughout, as well as weather and tides, local history and attractions, 240 full-color photos, and more.

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The Navy in Puget Sound

The Navy in Puget Sound

by Cory Graff, 2010, Arcadia Publishing, 128 pages

Even before settlers came to the Puget Sound, the U.S. Navy was exploring the sheltered inlets and deep water ports of what was dubbed "America's Mediterranean." Puget Sound became the West Coast's premier port of call for the navy's vessels and aircraft operating in the vast Pacific Ocean. From the "Images of America" series.

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Kayaking Puget Sound & the San Juan Islands

Kayaking Puget Sound & the San Juan Islands

by Rob Casey, 2012, Mountaineers Books, 256 pages

Observe seabirds nesting on Protection Island off the Olympic Peninsula, circumnavigate Shaw Island in the San Juans, or view intertidal life in Canada's Gulf Islands. The intercoastal waters of the Pacific Northwest offers some of the most stunning scenery and marine life available to paddlers. Discover 60 wide-ranging trips around the Sound and beyond!

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