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Alaska (Alaska, United States) (search for this): entry state-of-washington
State of Washington, Created from Washington Territory, which was originally a part of Oregon, and was the most northwestern portion of the republic until Alaska was purchased. It is bounded on the north by Canada. The first American settlement in the limits of the State was at Tumwater, in 1845, by a few families who had crossed the plains. Before that the only white dwellers were employes of the Hudson Bay Company. Washington Territory was set apart from Oregon by act of Congress, March 2, 1853. When Oregon became a State, Feb. 14, 1859, Congress added to Washington Territory the region between the eastern boundary of that State and the Rocky Mountains, embracing the present State of Idaho and parts of Montana and Wyoming. The San Juan Islands, formerly claimed by Great Britain, were decided, in 1872, by the arbitration of the Emperor of Germany, State seal of Washington. to belong to the United States. Washington was admitted as a State in 1889. Olympia is the capit
Oregon (Oregon, United States) (search for this): entry state-of-washington
State of Washington, Created from Washington Territory, which was originally a part of Oregon, and was the most northwestern portion of the republic until Alaska was purchased. It is bounded on the north by Canada. The first American settlement in the limits of the State was at Tumwater, in 1845, by a few families who had crossed the plains. Before that the only white dwellers were employes of the Hudson Bay Company. Washington Territory was set apart from Oregon by act of Congress, March 2, 1853. When Oregon became a State, Feb. 14, 1859, Congress added to Washington Territory the region between the eastern boundary of that State and the Rocky MOregon became a State, Feb. 14, 1859, Congress added to Washington Territory the region between the eastern boundary of that State and the Rocky Mountains, embracing the present State of Idaho and parts of Montana and Wyoming. The San Juan Islands, formerly claimed by Great Britain, were decided, in 1872, by the arbitration of the Emperor of Germany, State seal of Washington. to belong to the United States. Washington was admitted as a State in 1889. Olympia is the c
Tumwater (Washington, United States) (search for this): entry state-of-washington
State of Washington, Created from Washington Territory, which was originally a part of Oregon, and was the most northwestern portion of the republic until Alaska was purchased. It is bounded on the north by Canada. The first American settlement in the limits of the State was at Tumwater, in 1845, by a few families who had crossed the plains. Before that the only white dwellers were employes of the Hudson Bay Company. Washington Territory was set apart from Oregon by act of Congress, March 2, 1853. When Oregon became a State, Feb. 14, 1859, Congress added to Washington Territory the region between the eastern boundary of that State and the Rocky Mountains, embracing the present State of Idaho and parts of Montana and Wyoming. The San Juan Islands, formerly claimed by Great Britain, were decided, in 1872, by the arbitration of the Emperor of Germany, State seal of Washington. to belong to the United States. Washington was admitted as a State in 1889. Olympia is the capit
Wyoming (Wyoming, United States) (search for this): entry state-of-washington
n settlement in the limits of the State was at Tumwater, in 1845, by a few families who had crossed the plains. Before that the only white dwellers were employes of the Hudson Bay Company. Washington Territory was set apart from Oregon by act of Congress, March 2, 1853. When Oregon became a State, Feb. 14, 1859, Congress added to Washington Territory the region between the eastern boundary of that State and the Rocky Mountains, embracing the present State of Idaho and parts of Montana and Wyoming. The San Juan Islands, formerly claimed by Great Britain, were decided, in 1872, by the arbitration of the Emperor of Germany, State seal of Washington. to belong to the United States. Washington was admitted as a State in 1889. Olympia is the capital. The population in 1890 was 349,390; in 1900, 518,103. See United States, Washington, vol. IX. Territorial governors. I. I. Stevensassumes officeNov. 28, 1853 Fayette McMullenassumes officeSeptember, 1857 C. H. Mason, actingas
Idaho (Idaho, United States) (search for this): entry state-of-washington
e north by Canada. The first American settlement in the limits of the State was at Tumwater, in 1845, by a few families who had crossed the plains. Before that the only white dwellers were employes of the Hudson Bay Company. Washington Territory was set apart from Oregon by act of Congress, March 2, 1853. When Oregon became a State, Feb. 14, 1859, Congress added to Washington Territory the region between the eastern boundary of that State and the Rocky Mountains, embracing the present State of Idaho and parts of Montana and Wyoming. The San Juan Islands, formerly claimed by Great Britain, were decided, in 1872, by the arbitration of the Emperor of Germany, State seal of Washington. to belong to the United States. Washington was admitted as a State in 1889. Olympia is the capital. The population in 1890 was 349,390; in 1900, 518,103. See United States, Washington, vol. IX. Territorial governors. I. I. Stevensassumes officeNov. 28, 1853 Fayette McMullenassumes officeSe
State of Washington, Created from Washington Territory, which was originally a part of Oregon, and was the most northwestern portion of the republic until Alaska was purchased. It is bounded on the north by Canada. The first American settlement in the limits of the State was at Tumwater, in 1845, by a few families who had crossed the plains. Before that the only white dwellers were employes of the Hudson Bay Company. Washington Territory was set apart from Oregon by act of Congress, March 2, 1853. When Oregon became a State, Feb. 14, 1859, Congress added to Washington Territory the region between the eastern boundary of that State and the Rocky Mountains, embracing the present State of Idaho and parts of Montana and Wyoming. The San Juan Islands, formerly claimed by Great Britain, were decided, in 1872, by the arbitration of the Emperor of Germany, State seal of Washington. to belong to the United States. Washington was admitted as a State in 1889. Olympia is the capit
United States (United States) (search for this): entry state-of-washington
bracing the present State of Idaho and parts of Montana and Wyoming. The San Juan Islands, formerly claimed by Great Britain, were decided, in 1872, by the arbitration of the Emperor of Germany, State seal of Washington. to belong to the United States. Washington was admitted as a State in 1889. Olympia is the capital. The population in 1890 was 349,390; in 1900, 518,103. See United States, Washington, vol. IX. Territorial governors. I. I. Stevensassumes officeNov. 28, 1853 Fayeuireassumes office1884 Eugene Sempleassumes office1887 Miles C. Mooreassumes office1888 State governors. Elisha P. Ferryassumes officeNov. 18, 1889 John H. McGrawassumes officeJanuary, 1893 John R. Rogersassumes officeJanuary, 1897 United States Senators. Name.No. of Congress.Term. John B. Allen51st to 53d1890 to 1893 Watson C. Squire51st to —1890 to — Vacant Upon the expiration of John B. Allen's term in 1893 there was a deadlock and the office was vacant until Wilson's elec
England (United Kingdom) (search for this): entry state-of-washington
in 1845, by a few families who had crossed the plains. Before that the only white dwellers were employes of the Hudson Bay Company. Washington Territory was set apart from Oregon by act of Congress, March 2, 1853. When Oregon became a State, Feb. 14, 1859, Congress added to Washington Territory the region between the eastern boundary of that State and the Rocky Mountains, embracing the present State of Idaho and parts of Montana and Wyoming. The San Juan Islands, formerly claimed by Great Britain, were decided, in 1872, by the arbitration of the Emperor of Germany, State seal of Washington. to belong to the United States. Washington was admitted as a State in 1889. Olympia is the capital. The population in 1890 was 349,390; in 1900, 518,103. See United States, Washington, vol. IX. Territorial governors. I. I. Stevensassumes officeNov. 28, 1853 Fayette McMullenassumes officeSeptember, 1857 C. H. Mason, actingassumes officeJuly, 1858 Richard D. Gholsonassumes office1
Montana (Montana, United States) (search for this): entry state-of-washington
irst American settlement in the limits of the State was at Tumwater, in 1845, by a few families who had crossed the plains. Before that the only white dwellers were employes of the Hudson Bay Company. Washington Territory was set apart from Oregon by act of Congress, March 2, 1853. When Oregon became a State, Feb. 14, 1859, Congress added to Washington Territory the region between the eastern boundary of that State and the Rocky Mountains, embracing the present State of Idaho and parts of Montana and Wyoming. The San Juan Islands, formerly claimed by Great Britain, were decided, in 1872, by the arbitration of the Emperor of Germany, State seal of Washington. to belong to the United States. Washington was admitted as a State in 1889. Olympia is the capital. The population in 1890 was 349,390; in 1900, 518,103. See United States, Washington, vol. IX. Territorial governors. I. I. Stevensassumes officeNov. 28, 1853 Fayette McMullenassumes officeSeptember, 1857 C. H. Mas
Washington (Washington, United States) (search for this): entry state-of-washington
State of Washington, Created from Washington Territory, which was originally a part of Oregon, and was the most northwestern portion of the republic until Alaska was purchased. It is bounded on the north by Canada. The first American settlement in the limits of the State was at Tumwater, in 1845, by a few families who had crossed the plains. Before that the only white dwellers were employes of the Hudson Bay Company. Washington Territory was set apart from Oregon by act of Congress, March 2, 1853. When Oregon became a State, Feb. 14, 1859, Congress added to Washington Territory the region between the eastern boundary of that State and the Rocky MWashington Territory the region between the eastern boundary of that State and the Rocky Mountains, embracing the present State of Idaho and parts of Montana and Wyoming. The San Juan Islands, formerly claimed by Great Britain, were decided, in 1872, by the arbitration of the Emperor of Germany, State seal of Washington. to belong to the United States. Washington was admitted as a State in 1889. Olympia is the c
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