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Warren G. Magnuson

WARREN G. MAGNUSON PARK
History - Bibliography

Warren G. Magnuson Park Information: (206)684-4946
Park Address: 7400 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115 > directions
Administrative office visiting address: 6310 NE 74th St, bldg 30 southeast offices
Administrative office mail: 6310 NE 74th St., Suite 109E, Seattle, WA 98115

Bassetti/Norton/Metler/Rekevics (BNMR). 1990. "Historic Survey: 
     Buildings Located on Naval Station Puget Sound, Sand Point, Affected by 
     the Base Closure and Realignment Act." Contract N-62474-89-C-5679. 
     June 1990. In "Survey Report: Historic Resources Survey, Properties 
     of Naval Station Puget Sound, Sand Point." Appendix C; prepared for 
     Naval Station Puget Sound, Sand Point, by EDAW Seattle, January 1993.
Buerge, David M. "Indian Lake Washington" Seattle Weekly. August 
     1 - August 7, 1984.
Eastman, David L. "The Politics of Decision Making: The Conflict 
     over the Excessed Property of the Sand Point Naval Air Station". 
     Master of Science Thesis, University of Washington, 1974.
Freeman, William H., Jr. 1974. "An Analysis of Military Land Use 
     Policy and Practice in the Pacific Northwest: 1849-1940." PhD Dissertation, 
     University of Washington.
GREATSA: Group recreational, Environmental and Transportation Sense Association. 
     "A Case for the People: Shared Use Concept for Sand Point Naval Air 
     Station Properties". Woodinville, Washington, 1972.
History Ink. "The Seattle Times reports improvements ongoing in Magnuson 
     Park at Sand Point on February 7, 1989." As seen on the website
Historylink.org. 2003.
Lange, Greg. "Sand Point: The Early Years, 1850-1920." As seen 
     on the website Historylink.org. June 4, 2000.
Lange, Greg. "Sand Point is first surveyed on August 29, 1855 and 
     opened for settlement." As seen on the website Historylink.org. 1999.
Lange, Greg. "Sand Point's first settler is William Goldmyer on September 
     5, 1868." As seen on the website Historylink.org. 1999.
Lange, Greg. "Lee Shipyard, Sand Point's first business, opens about 
     1886." As seen on the website Historylink.org. March 2000.
Lange, Greg. "Pontiac Brick and Tile Company opens on January 2, 
     1889." As seen on the website Historylink.org. 2000.
Lange, Greg. "Sand Point beginnings: Pontiac Post Office opens on 
     January 18, 1890." As seen on the website Historylink.org. March 
     2000.
Lange, Greg. "Pontiac School opens near Sand Point in the Fall 1908." 
     As seen on the website Historylink.org. 2000.
Lange, Greg. "King County deeds Sand Point Airfield to U.S. Navy 
     on February 1, 1921." As seen on the website Historylink.org.
Maier, Scott. "Panels Vision for Sand Point Naval Station Comes Into 
     Focus." Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Seattle, June 26, 1993.
McDonald, Lucile. The Lake Washington Story. Seattle, WA Superior Publishing 
     Company.
McRoberts, Patrick. "Magnuson Park." As seen on the website 
     Historylink.org. April 15, 2000.
McRoberts, Patrick; Wilma, David. "Navy deactivates Sand Point Naval 
     Air Station (later renamed Magnuson Park) on June 30, 1970." As seen 
     on the website Historylink.org. 2000.
McRoberts, Patrick. "Magnuson and other Seattle officials dedicate 
     Sand Point Park (later Warren G. Magnuson Park) on December 26, 1975." 
     As seen on the website Historylink.org. 2000.
Paulson Michael. "Tribe accuses Navy of Favoritism: The Battle over 
     Sand Point Gets Hot." Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Seattle, Washington. 
     May 27, 1993.
Paulson Michael. "Indians Seek Naval Property." Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 
     Seattle, Washington. April, 9, 1993.
Paulson Michael. "Indians Seek Naval Property." Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 
     Seattle, Washington.
Phuong Cat Le, "Park Plan to Please Many Latest Proposal For Sand 
     Point Will Offer Wide Range of Attractions." Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 
     Seattle, Washington, February, 10, 2001.
Ramsay, Claude C. "The Acquisition of Sand Point Aviation Field." 
     1926.
Seattle Parks & Recreation. "Sand Point Magnuson Park History".
Seattle Parks & Recreation. "The Transformation Continues: Sand 
     Point Community Housing." Sand Point Magnuson Park Newsletter, 2003, 
     Volume 1.
Seattle Times. 1936b. "Navy Schedules Sand Point for Major Air Base," 
     March 4.
Seattle Times. 1941. "Naval Officer Saw Rough Field become Great 
     Flying Base," August 10.
Sykes, Karen. "Sand Point Magnuson Park: Naturalists, History Buffs 
     and Dog Lovers Find Room to Roam." Seattle Post-Intelligencer, January 
     16, 2003.
Usen, Michael James. "The Community Preferred Reuse Plan For Sand 
     Point: The Story of a Planning Process." Master of Urban Planning 
     Thesis, University of Washington., 1994.
Waterman, T. T. 1922. "The Geographical Names Used by Indians of 
     the Pacific Coast." The Geographic Review. 12:175-194.
Wagner, Fritz; Flint, Heather S., "The Politics and Process of Planning 
     Sand Point Magnuson Park." Paper Presented at the Urban Affairs Association 
     Annual Meeting. Cleveland, Ohio. March 2003.
Williams, Marla. "Council Finally to Vote on 3 Sand Point Reuse Plans." 
     Seattle Times, Seattle, Washington, June 15, 1997.
Wilma, David. "View Ridge - Thumbnail History". As seen on the 
     website Historylink.org. July 24, 2001.
Wilma, David. "Sand Point Naval Air Station: 1920-1970." As 
     seen on the website Historylink.org. April 3, 2000.
Wilma, David. "Military airplane lands at Sand Point for the first 
     time on October 8, 1921." As seen on the website Historylink.org. 
     2000.
U.S. Navy. "Naval Station Puget Sound at Sand Point." 1993.

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