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Blaine, Washington
Culture, General, History, Park, Specialized
The Peace Arch, the only international gateway ever erected in the interest of peace among nations, was constructed on the boundary between Blaine, Washington and Douglas, British Columbia. The Peace Arch was dedicated in 1921 by Washington businessman and philanthropist, Samuel Hill, to celebrate the existing century of peace between two great nation, the United States and Canada.
Seattle, Washington
History
Bremerton, Washington
General, History, Military, Specialized
Take an in-depth tour of this Pacific Fleet Destroyer. The ship is maintained in original condition throughout, and most spaces, from the Boiler room to the Bridge, are open for your inspection and enjoyment. A must see is the All-Veterans' Memorial commemorating the Vientnam POWs. As the flagship of the Bremerton Historic Ships Association, she honors not only the members of the modern Navy, but those who helped build and maintain the Navy's ships as well.
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