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- Who's Who on the Pacific Coast, 1913, ($), index/images
- County and Town Histories with biographies
- Women in Washington biographies
- Eastern Washington Biographical Sketches
- Washington, west of the Cascades; historical and descriptive; the explorers, the Indians, the pioneers, the modern; Vol. 1, e-book, Vol. 2, Vol. 3,
- A history of the Puget Sound country,... v.1, e-book, Vol. 2
- History of Washington, the evergreen state, from early dawn to daylight; With portraits and biographies. Vol. 1, e-book, Vol. 2
- An illustrated history of the state of Washington, containing biographical mention of its pioneers and prominent citizens, e-book
- The Suzzallo Library at the University of Washington has the best collection of biographical materials for Washingtonians.
- The Family History Library has some compiled biographies of explorers, Indians, prominent citizens, and early settlers in the state. Add a comma to the search box and slide way down the list to select a county.
- Biographical information is often found in state and local histories. Another helpful biographical source is Who's Who in Washington State: A Compilation of Biographical Sketches of Men and Women Prominent in the Affairs of Washington State. (Seattle, Washington: H. Allen Pub., 1927.) FHL film 1000645 item 5.
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