Lost Restaurants Of Walla Walla

Author: Catie McIntyre Walker
Editor: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1467136344
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Dining in Walla Walla blossomed from an influx of mining transplants in the late 1800s. Within decades, a roadhouse called the Oasis boasted a seventy-two-ounce slab of beef, and the old Pastime Café opened at 5:30 a.m. with white toast and whiskey for breakfast. In the early 1950s, Ysidro Berrones opened one of the valley's first Mexican restaurants, the El Sombrero Tortilla Factory and Café. Owner of Denney's Hi-Spot for two decades, Joe Denney also satisfied locals with his morning crooning to piano on KTEL. Native and local wine writer Catie McIntyre Walker celebrates this rich heritage with decades of departed, beloved establishments and the people behind them.

Lost Restaurants Of Knoxville

Author: Paula A. Johnson
Editor: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1439663653
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Over the past 225 years, Knoxville dining has come full circle—from early taverns and saloons to upscale continental cuisine and back to the roots of local eating experiences. Greek immigrants Frank and George Regas founded the legendary Regas Restaurant, which operated for 90 years, spreading culinary influence throughout the entire city. Early country music stars frequented Harold’s Deli while visiting the city to perform on Tennessee’s first live radio shows. Guests from around the world sat 266 feet in the air at the Sunsphere Restaurant, a fine dining establishment run by the Hardee’s Corporation during Knoxville’s World’s Fair. Discover these and many more fascinating stories as author and historian Paula Johnson dives back in time through the stories of the city’s great restaurants.

The Lost Towns And Roads Of America

Author: John R. Humphreys
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The American Restaurant Magazine

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Wine Enthusiast

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Retail Services Labor Report

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Diaries 1857 1917

Author: Milton Wright
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Lest It Be Lost

Author: Lee Alfonzo Ebanks
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Sant

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Pacific Northwest

Author: Bill McRae
Editor: Lonely Planet
ISBN: 9780864422408
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A fine guide to the best accommodations, eating, drinking (microbrew, expresso, and soy beverages), hiking, birding, botanizing, kayaking, and general recreating in America's Pacific Northwest. Covers Oregon, Washington, and Idaho, with ample details about the region's geology, flora and fauna, history, and environmental issues. Color photos and useful maps. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Annual Demographic Information Service Delivery Area Xi Benton Franklin And Walla Walla Counties

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Up To The Times Magazine

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Report

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The Fair And The Falls

Author: John William Theodore Youngs
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J. William T. Youngs headed the research staff who interviewed over 200 citizens and reviewed thousands of pages of records, in order to write this definitive history of Spokane, its people, and the first ever Environmental World's Fair to be ratified by the Bureau of International Expositions in Paris. This comprehensive history of a midsize western American city chronicles the coming of white settlers and their interchanges with the Indians of the region; the harnessing and exploitation of the Spokane River and its beautiful falls for energy to run mills and light streets, stores, and homes; and the impact of the railroads. At the heart of this meticulously researched account is the growth and decay of Spokane's inner city by the falls, as its economy ebbed and flowed, and the reclamation of the falls through the resounding success of Spokane's World Fair-Expo '74.

My Burnap Family

Author: Zola Burnap Irwin
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Thomas Burnapp lived in Stanstead Abbots, Hertfordshire, England and was married to Johanna Nobbys by 1532. His descendant, Robbart Burnapp, lived at Great Amwell Parish and married Ann Miller ca. 1624. He had settled in Roxbury, Massachusetts by 1640 and later moved to Reading where he died in 1689. Descendants lived in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Vermont, Ohio, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Western Canada.

Restaurant Wine

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Commercial Investment Real Estate

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Pacific Northwest

Author: Fodor's Travel Publications, Inc
Editor: Fodor's
ISBN: 9780676901504
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The complete guide with walking tours and the best dining, shopping and nightlife.