Mountain School at Home “ACHOTUS” Ep3: Lucinda Davis
Learn more about Lucinda Davis…
- Valley Girls: Safe haven — Lucinda Davis and her family provided lodging and comfort; article from the Skagit Valley Herald
- Lucinda, Frank and Glee Davis, part one; article from the Skagit River Journal
- Dick Fallis 1981: the Davis Family of Cedar Bar; article from the Skagit River Journal
- Davis family section; articles from the Skagit River Journal ]
- North Cascades:History Basic Data (Chapter 6); article from the National Park Service
Euro-American settlement and homesteading in the Skagit Valley:
- Paul Pitzer, Building the Skagit, Chapter 2
- Homesteading in the Pacific Northwest; essays from the Center for the Study of the Pacific Northwest, University of Washington
- North Cascades NP: Historic Resource Study (Settlement Patterns In The North Cascades); study from the National Park Service
- Settlers and Explorers – North Cascades; article from the National Park Service
- Land and the roots of African-American poverty; article from Aeon
Glossary of Terms:
- Time Immemorial: The very distant past – longer than humans have been able to record time and historical eras, longer than what human memory allows
- Roadhouse: A tavern or inn outside city limits which usually offers meals, liquor and dancing
- Homestead: This term may refer to an isolated dwelling – like a farmhouse and adjacent out-buildings – or land claimed by settlers or squatters under the Homestead Acts
- Hydroelectric: Pertaining to the generation of electricity using flowing water to drive a turbine or water wheel that powers a generator
- Dam: A barrier constructed to hold back water and raise its level, forming a reservoir which is often used to generate electricity or as a water supply.
Top photo from the Skagit Valley Herald.
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