VERHULST: 'Moving Parts' exhibit moves into local history museum
When lumbering was coming to an end in the 1890s due to a shrinking number of profitable trees, the Tri-Cities had a population of roughly 7,000 people. Nearly every job was tied to lumbering in one way or another. If the Tri-Cities were to survive, new industries would need to be brought in.
May 26, 2017 at 2:00 PM