978-0-295-95713-5 / 9780295957135

Early Churches of Washington State


Publisher:University of Washington Press



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From Seattle Times Review: When the first European settlers arrived among the hills and fiords of the Puget Sound region, almost the first public buildings they erected were churches. And fine churches they were: spare, white, solid, slender-steepled echoes of New England or Sweden or Wales. A surprising number of these early wooden churches survive today, beacons of tranquility in places like Coupeville, Poulsbo, Wilkeson and Black Diamond. Many of the most interesting are in reach of a weekend day trip. Arnold and Esther Pearson of Seattle first cataloged these survivors in 1980 for a book of photographs called "Early Churches of Washington State."

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