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Pioneer days on Puget Sound

Title Pioneer days on Puget Sound by Arthur A. Denny ; edited by Alice Harriman [with added material and illustrations]
Author: Denny, Arthur Armstrong, 1822-1889
Contents: Pioneer Arthur A. Denny writes about the early days of Seattle. Follow him as he remembers cabins and sawmills, steamboats on the Sound, Indians, soldiers and settlers.
Publication Information: Seattle : Alice Harriman Co., c1908
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Front matter - DJVU | PDF
Portrait of Arthur A. Denny - DJVU | PDF
Poem: “Arthur A. Denny” by Alice Harriman - DJVU | PDF
Title page - DJVU | PDF
Dedication - DJVU | PDF
Preface - DJVU | PDF
Table of contents - DJVU | PDF
List of illustrations - DJVU | PDF
Chapter 1 - From Illinois to Portland - DJVU | PDF
Chapter 2 - The Settlement on Alki Point - DJVU | PDF
Chapter 3 - Seattle Laid Off and Named - DJVU | PDF
Map - Bell, Denny & Boren claims - DJVU | PDF
Map - Denny Donation Claim - DJVU | PDF
Map - Plat of the town of Seattle - DJVU | PDF
Chapter 4 - Other Settlements - DJVU | PDF
Chapter 5 - The First Year in Seattle - DJVU | PDF
Chapter 6 - The First Saw Mills - DJVU | PDF
Chapter 7 - Road Making - DJVU | PDF
Chapter 8 - First Steamers, Churches and Schools - DJVU | PDF
Chapter 9 - Beginning of Indian Troubles - DJVU | PDF
Chapter 10 - Indian Troubles Culminate – Seattle Attacked - DJVU | PDF
Map - Sketch made by Lieut. W. S. Phelps of the “Decatur” (afterwards Rear Admiral of the U. S. N.), - DJVU | PDF
Chapter 11 - From ’56 to ‘67 - DJVU | PDF
Chapter 12 - Miscellaneous - DJVU | PDF
Chronological Notes - DJVU | PDF
Plate I. Mrs. A. A. Denny and Miss Boren - DJVU | PDF
Plate II. Denny children - DJVU | PDF
Plate III. First House on Alki Point - DJVU | PDF
Plate IV. David T. Denny - DJVU | PDF
Plate V. L. Gertrude Boren - DJVU | PDF
Plate VI. First Post office - DJVU | PDF
Plate VII. Bell Children - DJVU | PDF
Plate VIII. Chief Seattle - DJVU | PDF
Plate IX. J. N. Low and Family - DJVU | PDF
Plate X. Duke of York - DJVU | PDF
Plate XI. Lee Terry - DJVU | PDF
Plate XII. Salmon Potlatch - Dominick - DJVU | PDF
Plate XIII. Chas. C. Terry and Family - DJVU | PDF
Plate XIV. Wm. N. Bell - DJVU | PDF
Plate XV. Bishop Modeste Demers - DJVU | PDF
Plate XVI. Mrs. Ursula Wyckoff and Family - DJVU | PDF
Plate XVII. Henry L. Yesler - DJVU | PDF
Plate XVIII. Rev. David E. Blaine and Family - DJVU | PDF
Plate XIX. Rev. David E. Blaine - DJVU | PDF
Plate XX. Pat Kanim - DJVU | PDF
Plate XXI. Three Pioneer Buildings - DJVU | PDF
Plate XXII. Judge Edward Lander - DJVU | PDF
Plate XXIII. Yesler’s First Mill - DJVU | PDF
Plate XXIV. Charles C. Terry - DJVU | PDF
Plate XXV. “Beaver” “Decatur” “Otter” - DJVU | PDF
Plate XXV-a. Capt. Guert Gansevoort as a Youth - DJVU | PDF
Plate XXVI. Yesler’s Home - DJVU | PDF
Plate XXVII. C. C. Terry’s Home - DJVU | PDF
Plate XXVIII. Seattle in 1874 - DJVU | PDF
Plate. XXIX. Mrs. A. A. Denny - DJVU | PDF
Plate. XXX. Carson D. Boren - DJVU | PDF
Plate XXXI. Mrs. D. T. Denny - DJVU | PDF
Plate XXXII. Three Pioneers - DJVU | PDF
Plate XXXIII. Orion O. Denny - DJVU | PDF
Plate XXXIV. A. A. Denny and Three Descendants - DJVU | PDF
Plate XXXV. Seattle in 1908 - DJVU | PDF
Poem – “Seattle” - DJVU | PDF
Index - DJVU | PDF

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