A highway guide to The Evergreen StateBegin Your Journey
African American Heritage
Chronicling 15 African American heritage sites in King County across the themes of Legacy, Arts and Culture, Call to Action, and Spirituality and Community. Presented in partnership with The Black Heritage Society of Washington State.
The history of Spanish-speaking peoples in the PNW reaches back to the 18th century. In the last 30 years, the Latino story has continued to evolve in WA. Immigrants from Central and South America have expanded and diversified the Latino presence.
About Revisiting Washington
Washington, A Guide to the Evergreen State was first published in 1941 as our state’s contribution to the massive American Guide Series. The entire series included volumes on every one of the then 48 states as well as several cities and distinct locales. Conceived as a Federal New Deal project during the 1930s, the guides were part history, part cultural record and part travel maps. Over a period of almost a decade, thousands of writers, artists, photographers, mapmakers and professional wanderers traveled the country’s roadways in a remarkable effort to “record the landscape of the American mind.”
Revisiting Washington: A Guide to the Evergreen State is a revisitation of the original Washington guidebook, complete with the historic content but updated with current field notations and digital navigational tools. Revisiting Washington also includes a rich collection of images and graphics of roadside Washington along with historic audio and video selections.