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    Washington Resources and Information

    Washington was the 42nd state in the US, becoming a state on November 11, 1889. Olympia is the capital and Seattle is the largest city. Washington has 71,303 square miles, making it the 18th biggest state. As of the 2000 census, the population was 5,894,121, making it the 15th most populous. The state was named for the first President, George Washington. Washington is a land of contrasts. The deep forests of the Olympic Peninsula are among the rainiest places in the world and the only rainforests in the continental US. During the Depression, a series of hydroelectric dams were constructed along the Columbia river as part of a project to increase the production of electricity. This culminated in 1941 with the completion of the Grand Coulee Dam, the largest dam in the United States. Review the information on the following websites if you are moving to Washington. They contain information such as the business economy, employment situation, taxes and insurance for living in Washington.

    The State of Washington Official Site
    The University of Washington
    Washington Department of Transportation
    Washington Motor Vehicle Division
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    Washington State In The Pacific Northwest Of The United States. It Is Bordered By Idaho (E); Oregon, With The Columbia River Marking Much Of The Boundary (S); The Pacific Ocean (W); And The Canadian Province Of British Columbia (N).

    Washington Bibliography

    See E. I. Stewart, Washington: Northwest Frontier (4 Vol., 1957); M. W. Avery, Washington: A History Of The Evergreen State (1965); P. L. Beckett, From Wilderness To Enabling Act (1968); J. Olson And G. Olson, Washington Times And Trails (1970); J. A. Alwin, Between The Mountains: A Portrait Of Eastern Washington (1984); C. J. Manson, Theses On Washington Geology, 1901¨C1985 (1986); J. W. Scott And R. L. DeLorme, Historical Atlas Of Washington (1988).

    Washington Economy

    Washington's Water Resources Provide Both Irrigation And Enormous Hydroelectric Power. The Impact Of The Columbia River On The Life And Economy Of The State Can Scarcely Be Overestimated. In Early Days The River Was A Means Of Transport And A Salmon-fishing Field For Many Native American Tribes. Because Of The Steep Drop From Its Origin To Its Mouth, The Columbia Is One Of The Greatest Sources Of Hydroelectric Power In The World. Grand Coulee DamĄ one Of The World's Largest Concrete Dams And Greatest Potential Power-producing StructuresĄ and Bonneville Dam Have Been Supplemented, On The River's Upper Course, By Chief Joseph And Rocky Reach Dams (both Completed 1961), Priest Rapids Dam (1962), And Wanapum Dam (1963), And, On Its Lower Course, By The Dalles Dam (1957), John Day Dam (1968), And McNary Dam (1953), All Shared With Oregon. Other Important Manufactures In The State Are Chemicals And Primary Metals, Especially Aluminum. Abundant Water Power And The Rich Aluminum And Magnesium Ores Found In The Okanogan Highlands In The Northeast Part Of The State Have Made Washington The Nation's Leading Aluminum Producer. Washington's Chief Minerals Are Sand And Gravel, Cement, Stone, And Diatomite. Gold, Lead, And Zinc Are Also Found In The Okanogan Highlands. Tourism Is An Increasingly Important Industry.
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