Pickett House / Perilous Press History Project

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March 12, 2016  Posted 3 weeks ago on Perilous Press History Project

In this photo of Bellingham as seen from the bay and dated approximately 1876, you can see the Pickett House at the center, just below the trees.

The house was built in 1856 and was the home of George Pickett until 1859.

In 1971, the Daughters of the Pioneers nominated the house to be named to the National Register of Historic Places. […]

Read the entire post by the Perilous Press History Project here.

Also on the Perilous Press History Project:

Zine: “The Perilous History of White Supremacy in Whatcom County”

White supremacy groups

Manifest Destiny

Race, a concept to divide and control.

The perilous history of white supremacy in Bellingham/Whatcom County

Wing-Luke Museum

Researching racial violence

 

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