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File:Steamboat Hassalo running Cascades.jpg

English: photograph of sternwheeler Hassalo running the en:Cascades Rapids, May 26, 1881
Date 2008-03-05 (original upload date)
(Original text : before 1895.)
Source Transferred from en.wikipedia; transfer was stated to be made by User:Lucasbfr.
(Original text : Wright, E.W., ed., Lewis & Dryden Marine History of the Pacific Northwest, Lewis & Dryden Printing Co., Portland, OR 1895. This image is taken from the DjVu format of the book, which is available free of charge and without any apparent legal restriction from the Washington Secretary of State historic publications website)
Author unknown Original uploader was Mtsmallwood at en.wikipedia
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(Original text : Public domain (first published before 1923))


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