History of Southeastern Pierce County

History of Southeastern Pierce County
History of Southeastern Pierce County

History of Southeastern Pierce County
Besides a history of Eatonville, Ohop Valley, Longmire, Ashford, National, Elbe, Alder and LaGrande, this 235-page book also includes 154 photographs, an every-name index to text and photographs and the 50th Anniversary Edition of the Eatonville Dispatch. 252 pp. Velobound. 1989.

Where to Order Your Copy
You can order yours through the Tacoma Pierce-County Genealogical Society for $30.00, plus postage and handling.

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  1. Pingback: Eatonville to Rainier » Elbe Bridge – 1915

  2. Pingback: Eatonville to Rainier » May 7, 1915 Fire

  3. Pingback: Eatonville to Rainier » May Day 1929

  4. Pingback: Eatonville to Rainier » Last Letter from La Grande?

  5. Pingback: Eatonville to Rainier » New Eatonville School – 1915

  6. Pingback: Eatonville to Rainier » Phones Come to Eatonville

  7. Pingback: Eatonville to Rainier » Lumberman’s Hospital (ca 1920s)

  8. Pingback: Eatonville to Rainier » Early Doctors and Nurses of Eatonville

  9. Pingback: Eatonville to Rainier » First Eatonville Graduate

  10. Pingback: Eatonville to Rainier » Hotel Groe (1892)

  11. Pingback: Eatonville to Rainier » Wreck at the Elbe Lumber and Shingle Co.

  12. Pingback: Eatonville to Rainier » The Smith Brothers

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  14. Pingback: Eatonville to Rainier » Galbraith home 1925-today

  15. Pingback: Eatonville to Rainier » Mill Strike, shooting and bombing in 1935

  16. Pingback: Eatonville to Rainier » Wresting for the war effort, 1918

  17. Pingback: Eatonville to Rainier » Chicken Ordinance of 1911

  18. Pingback: Eatonville to Rainier » 1932 – Eatonville Lumber Mill Burns, but the Town Doesn’t Give up

  19. Pingback: Eatonville to Rainier » Farmers put in their own lines (ca. 1912)

  20. Pingback: Eatonville to Rainier » Town Hall . . . and other businesses (1912)

  21. Pingback: Eatonville to Rainier » Ashford Postcard of Mesler Stop (1911)

  22. Pingback: Eatonville to Rainier » Eatonville Fire House and City Hall (ca. 1942)

  23. Pingback: Eatonville to Rainier » Gunnar Halvarsen and other Eatonville War Vets

  24. Pingback: Eatonville to Rainier » Bridge Near LaGrande

  25. Pingback: Eatonville to Rainier » Ashford Public School

  26. Pingback: Eatonville to Rainier » Eatonville’s Train Depot

  27. Pingback: Eatonville to Rainier » Ohop Mutual Light Co. (ca. 1960s)

  28. Pingback: Eatonville to Rainier » Sachs Hill in Elbe (ca. 1915)

  29. Pingback: Eatonville to Rainier » Charley Boettcher’s Pond

  30. I recently heard about another book written about Ashford, Elbe and, I think, Eatonville. It was written by a local author and I found his website where the says the last printing is sold out and there won’t be another. I remember finding a copy in a library catalog, but now I can’t remember the exact title or the author. Can you provide any information?

    1. OK, I answered my own question by looking through your links, only I had the towns wrong. I am looking for sources of info on Ashford and Elbe, any assistance would be appreciated.

  31. Pingback: Eatonville to Rainier » First Eatonville School House (ca. 1905)

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