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Upper Skagit Watershed

The Upper Skagit Watershed photography illustrates Seattle City Light activities and development of the hydroelectric projects over more than half a century. These images document the changing landscape, human activities, natural history, and wildlife of the Skagit River and its tributary watersheds. This visual record is invaluable for understanding the natural, social, and economic forces that have shaped the region. The following is a small sampling of the Upper Skagit images in the Seattle Municipal Archives photograph database.


Ross Dam Table of Contents

After entering the exhibit, you may move through it by using the navigation buttons on the left or the "Next Section" links at the bottom of each section. Clicking on thumbnail images within the exhibit will bring up larger versions with full captions.


Seattle Municipal Archives Upper Skagit Watershed Photograph Project
Supported by a grant from the Skagit Environmental Endowment Commission


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