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Other Online Resources on Washington State Agricultural History

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  • UW Libraries Digital Collections
    Provides access to digitized rare and unique materials from the University of Washington Libraries. Many collections document Washington state agricultural, forestry and fisheries history.
  • HistoryLink.org
    An online encyclopedia of of state and local history in Washington state. Many essays describe Washington state's early agriculture, lumber, and fishing industries.
  • Washington Rural Heritage
    Provides access to digitized special collections materials from Washington's small and rural libraries.
  • WSU Libraries Digital Collections
    Provides access to digitized special collections materials from the Washington State University Libraries. Many collections document Washington state agricultural history.
  • Western Waters Digital Library
    Provides access to water-related resources regarding the Trans-Mississippi region of North America. Includes materials associated with the major river basins of the Western United States.
  • Pacific Northwest History on the Web
    A listing of other websites on Pacific Northwest History that may be of interest.

Related Online United States Agricultural History Resources

  • The Core Historical Literature of Agriculture (CHLA)
    An electronic collection of agricultural texts published between the early nineteenth century and the middle to late twentieth century. Full-text materials cover such topics as agricultural economics, animal science, crops and their protection, forestry, human nutrition, rural sociology, soil science and more.
  • The Home Economics Archive (HEARTH)
    An electronic collection of books and journals focusing on Home Economics and related disciplines and published between 1850 and 1925.

 

Websites and Bibliographies for Individual States

Links to other Preserving the History of U.S. Agriculture and Rural Life Grant Project state websites:

†University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections, Negative Number: ER7.3.2.