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150 Years Ago, Seattle Journalists Still Wrote About Coal, Coffee and Transit

Rosalie Murphy

The Washington Secretary of State's office has made archived state newspapers public. I don't mean to stereotype, but it looks like people wrote about many of the same things Northwesterners think about in 2013 -- "Rain, coffee, transportation issues, worries about Olympia politics, even concerns about shipping coal, they're all in these pages. There's even a reference to drones!"

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