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Deputy Collector at Puget Sound.

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce

Deputy Collector at Puget Sound.

by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Puget Sound (Wash.)

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesDeputy collector at Puget Sound
    SeriesH.rp.1741
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination1 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15961195M

    VANCOUVER, GEORGE, naval officer and explorer; b. 22 June at King’s Lynn, England, sixth and youngest child of John Jasper Vancouver, deputy collector of customs at King’s Lynn and a descendant of the titled Van Coeverden family, one of the oldest in Holland, and Bridget Berners, daughter of an old Essex and Norfolk family that traced its ancestry back to Sir Richard Grenville of. From Our Corner Washington Secretary of State Blog. , he was appointed a Deputy Collector of Customs under Simpson P. Moses and arrived in Olympia with the Moses brothers in Manager of the Washington State Library What was a life and death struggle in became a weird form of recreation in Puget Sound in the ss and.

    Inventory of the Naval Records Collection of the Office of Naval Records and Library. Staff of the Old Military and Civil Records Branch of the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) compiled this inventory. All of the Record Group 45 documents are located at NARA, Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, DC , and all inquiries about these records should be made to them. clerk job with a wholesale firm, postmaster of Wallula, Washington Territory, Deputy Sheriff of Wallula, and carpenter. In , he was appointed Deputy Internal Revenue Collector of the Washington Territory. Painter held other government posts, including Receiver of the U.S. Land Office and served four terms as County Auditor of Walla Walla.

    A Puget Sound Starts Here campaign helps bring awareness throughout the Puget Sound region on the impacts of car leaks (oils, coolant and other toxins) to surface water. The Department of Ecology has teamed up with other state, local and non-profit organizations to offer free Fix That Leak! workshops. At another, the deputy collector on San Juan Island was fired upon in his own house while in his bed. When these depredations were reported, a detail was hastened to the relief of those government officers, in chartered vessels. In General Harney inspected the posts on Puget Sound, and called at Semiahmoo on Mr. Campbell, the boundary.


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Deputy Collector at Puget Sound by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce Download PDF EPUB FB2

David Wertheimer, Deputy Director for strategy, planning, and management for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, will discuss his start as a book collector, some of his favorite pieces from his personal collection, and how he ensures the long-term.

Behind the Archives Door: "Collecting Incunabula" David Wertheimer, Deputy Director for strategy, planning, Deputy Collector at Puget Sound. book management for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, will discuss his start as a book collector, some of his favorite pieces from his personal collection, and how he ensures the long-term preservation of the books in his personal collection.

Location: Special Collections in the Collins Memorial Library at the University of Puget Sound. Postponed due to inclement weather To Be Rescheduled April A lecture by David Wertheimer, deputy director for strategy, planning, and management for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

David Wertheimer is an avid book collector. On August 1,Victor Smith (), Collector of Customs for the District of Puget Sound, sails into Port Townsend on the lighthouse tender USS Shubrick to move the Customs records to Port Angeles, designated as Washington Territory’s new Port of Entry.

The citizens lock up the records, but Smith threatens to order the Shubrick to shell the Customs House and commercial district with. All branches of the Washington State Library are currently closed to the public. Questions received via email and voicemail will still be answered.

For those needing physical collection resources, we will respond as soon as staff return to the library. List of Events Puget Sound Book Artists, in collaboration with the Collins Memorial Library is pleased to announce a presentation by artist Susan Lowdermilk Friday, Septempm, Collins Library, University of Puget Sound, Library Rm.

Folks, rarely do I find an historical treasure as the story told here. PUGET SOUND’S WAR WITHIN A WAR. PUGET SOUND’S. PUGET SOUND. Puget Sound. Puget Sound Herald - Steilacoom, Washington. Puget Sound Custom House Letter Rating: % positive. President Zachary Taylor proclaimed on Januthat Nisqually, located along Puget Sound, was a customs port of delivery for the Collection District of Oregon, but at that time the customs port of entry was at Astoria.

When the schooner Exact first arrived in Puget Sound, Olympia was already a budding pioneer town. The townsite at. Born in Philadelphia. Sailed for the Northwest on Aug. 14,where he became the deputy clerk to the collector of Puget Sound. He was, by profession, a lawyer.

He was an active member of the Freemasons. He died at Tacoma, WA. In the s, he was an avid collector. When the Indian War broke out inJames McAllister volunteered to join the Puget Sound Rangers, commanded by Capt.

Charles Eaton. On the 22nd of October, at the house of Nathan Eaton on the Yelm Highway, McAllister was elected lieutenant. The ramainder of the voyage to Puget Sound was performed in the brig George Emory, owned by Lafayette Balch of Port Steilacoom, which left October 24th, and arrived off Port Townsend November 10th, where the collector (Simpson P.

Moses of Ohio) and his deputy (Evans) were sworn in by Henry C. Wilson, justice of the peace of Lewis county. On NovemMorris H. Frost, the Collector of Customs for the Collection District of Puget Sound, seized the Black Diamond and everything on board -- “her tackle, apparel, and furniture” -- and held them in custody as liable to be proceeded against for libel.

At the time of the seizure, Frost talked to the same man that Revenue. Barton's Legislative Hand-book and Manual of the State of Washington. T.H. Boyd, - Washington (State). 0 Reviews. USS Coontz (DLG-9/DDG) was a Farragut-class destroyer leader/frigate in the United States was named after Admiral Robert Coontz, the US Navy's second chief of naval operations.

Commissioned inshe spent the early part of her career in the Pacific Ocean, participating in four tours of duty during the Vietnam the early s she transferred to the east coast and spent Builder: Puget Sound Naval Shipyard.

*4: BROOKS, Quincy Adams (): m'd CRANSTON, Lizzie; lawyer; Deputy Collector of Customs for Puget Sound District ; first prosecuting attorney north of the Columbia River; secretary to the Superintendent of Indian Affairs for OR and WA ; Collector of Customs of Puget Sound District J.J.

Van Bokkelen Jefferson county, Washington, sheriff, Fraser River Gold Rush and early exploration of the Skagit river. [Ed. note: J.J. Van Bokkelen lived in Jefferson county on the Olympic Peninsula but he was an important early pioneer in Whatcom county, including the southern part that became Skagit county in November We share here our own profile of him, plus a profile of him.

He came to Puget sound inas deputy collector of customs, but inPresident Lincoln appointed him collector of internal revenue for Washington and Idaho, upon the recommendation and at the request of Hon.

Salmon P. Chase, Rev. Bellows, Rev. Starr King and the New Jersey republican state committee. George Vancouver was born in the seaport town of King's Lynn (Norfolk, England) on 22 June as the sixth, and youngest, child of John Jasper Vancouver, a Dutch-born deputy collector of customs, and Bridget Berners.

Inat the age of 13, Vancouver entered the Royal Navy as a "young gentleman," a future candidate for : 22 JuneKing's Lynn, Norfolk, England. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. alaska, seattle, coal, pacific, railroad, miles, copper, transportation, yukon, united, copper river, puget sound, deputy collector, prince william Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded.

After the Mexican war he came to Cal., and went on an expedition against the southern Cal. Indians; and subsequently was deputy to Col Jack Hays, sheriff of S. P., until his brother was appointed collector of the district of Puget Sound, when he accompanied him to Washington. The initial New Orleans group consisted of machinists (or "practical engineers") Baxter Watson and James McClintock, lawyer and Deputy Collector of Customs Horace L.

Hunley, customs house employee and diver John K. Scott, Hunley's wealthy brother-in-law Robert Ruffin Barrow, and prominent lawyer and newspaper editor Henry J. Leovy.The Origin of Freemasonry in Washington By: W.B.

Dale Boudreau “No record exists from which we can point with dogmatic certainty to any particular minute as marking the absolute dawn of Masonry on the North Coast.” -P.G.M. Wm. H.

Upton, It is unfortunate that many of the early records were not carefully kept, little thought being had of their great interest to future generations.Rossell O'Brien and his family lived in a two and a half story home in Olympia at Union Avenue that was torn down in It can be seen in this Thurston County Assessor photograph on Author: Jennifer Crooks.