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Interstate 90 East Tour: Seattle to Spokane
  • Artist: Northwest Heritage Resources
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 9781891466076
  • Item #: 205768X
  • Genre: Spoken
  • Release Date: 2/20/2007
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Interstate 90 East Tour: Seattle to Spokane on CD

These 3 CDs come with a companion guidebook that has tour maps, photographs, and information about cultural treasures located along Interstate 90 between Seattle and Spokane, Washington. The guided audio portion corresponds with driving time and points out the diverse cultural heritage along the way, which includes: East African, East Indian, Austrian American, Native American, African American, Brazilian, Mexican American, Hutterite, Native American, gold miner storytellers, cowboy and farmer poets, ranchers, saddlemakers, famous mountaineers, Mennonite settlers, wheat farmers, and more. This audio tour guide from Seattle to Spokane, Washington, originates in a major metropolis, passes through historic cities and suburbs, farmland, forests and desert, ending near the Washington and Idaho border. It follows an historic Pacific Northwest transportation route and passes within easy access of national and state parks, national forests, historic sites, and other natural and recreational areas. This tour, with it's guidebook and two-and-one-half hours of audio, will help acquaint you with this fascinating region. "These tours make the going great!" -State Senator Ken Jacobsen, 46th District, Seattle "Washington State is a land of great beauty and history. There is no better way to understand this than to see and be part of that historic legacy. The Washington Heritage Tour Series offers you that opportunity. You are given the chance to visit tribal communities, take part in local community celebrations, and gain a greater understanding of who we are and how we got here. I applaud those who put this excellent program together and call on all Washingtonians and people visiting from outside this state to take advantage of this great opportunity. Celebrate the present by connecting with the past." -Sam Reed, Secretary of State.