A variety of people have asked me to post some images of Denny Hill so here they are. These are some of what I think of as lesser known photographs.
July 1907 – Few things were more exciting than watching the regrade in process.
August 20, 1907 – A composite of two photographs taken by Asahel Curtis.
1929 – Sixth and Blanchard, looking to the south. The conveyor belts carried material to a central point, where it was taken by another conveyor belt to be dumped into Elliott Bay
1929 – Aerial view showing the conveyor belts feeding to the central line that ran out to Elliott Bay
Here are a few articles I have written that relate to my next book, Homewaters: Human and Natural History in Puget Sound.
- Geoducks – Human history – Encylopedia of Puget Sound
Herring – Human History – Encyclopedia of Puget Sound
The Strait of Juan de Fuca – History – HistoryLink.org
Vancouver Names Puget’s Sound – History – HistoryLink.org
Hudson’s Bay Company Builds Fort Nisqually – History – HistoryLink.org
SS Beaver, 1st Steamer in Puget Sound – History – Historylink.org
Here are two links to a talk at MOHAI I did related to the book. Puget Sound: A Maritime Highway, which is one chapter in the book.
Audio – SoundCloud
Audio/Video – YouTube