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History Cafe Message Board › Check out the Skagit River Journal!

Check out the Skagit River Journal!

A former member
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We want to give a shout out to one of our history buffs, Noel V. Bourasaw, who has collaboratively worked to provide a more in-depth inquiry into the history of Skagit County and Northwest Washington. With over 3.5 million views, showcasing images of rare newspaper articles, photos, historical documents and collections http://www.skagitrive...­ is a wonderful resource for anyone interested in Northwest history and folklore. Check it out!
Noel V. B.
Sedro Woolley, WA
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Daniel, you might have confused two websites.
Mine is the, about NW Washington and Puget Sound history, focused on Skagit and Whatcom counties, with 3.5 million page views thus far.

Dan Royal publishes another history website, which explores in depth the upper Skagit River, focusing on Birdsview and Concrete, at

We collaborate a lot. I always welcome copies of documents, photos and newspaper articles, along with copies of diaries and letters of pioneer families. Never ask for originals. We welcome, criticism, addition and corrections.
Noel V. Bourasaw,
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