• Boland, Beth M. "Historic Places as Source Material: Utilizing the National Register in Heritage Education." Preservation Forum 6 (January-February 1992): 35-36.
  • "Where Did History Happen?" Edited by Beth M. Boland. CRM 16: 2 (1993)
  • Boland, Beth M., and Fay Metcalf. "Teaching with Historic Places." Magazine of History 7 (Spring 1993): 62-68.
  • Garfield, Leonard. "National Register: History Speaks." Preservation Washington (August 1991): 7.
  • Hunter, Kathleen. Heritage Education: A Community Partnership. Information Series, National Trust for Historic Preservation, 1993.
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Noted for a vast collection of Victorian homes, the city also has more than a dozen larger buildings that are well preserved, the Carnegie Library, the US Post Office, The Rose Movie Theater to name just a few. We've provided a bibliography for teachers, "Teaching with Historic Places" from the National Historical Register. This area truly lends itself to the living history experience and should be explored.

View our local museums. They are a wealth of information on the area's history!

See also: Information for Educators from the Washington State History Museum and the National Park Service

Data modified from the National Register of Historic Places, the former Victorian Festival Heritage Home Tour, property owners and other sources. All material copyrighted by PTguide.com.

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