Railroads, Reclamation and the River
A History of Pasco by Walter Oberst
Walter Oberst was a beloved history teacher who taught in the Pasco school district from 1928 until he retired in 1967. Instrumental in forming the Franklin County Historical Society, he is considered its founding father, served as the first President and as editor of publications for many years.
Pasco - 100 Years in Pictures
The object of this book is to tell the history of Pasco during its first 100 years with pictures, each accompanied with brief narration. but the history of our town could not be written in isolation from the adjacent areas up county, so we have selected a representative set of pictures from there also. Yet this does not purport to be a history of Franklin County as such.
Kin-I-Wak, Kenewick, Tehe, Kennewick
A hard bound book primarily about Kennewick. The chapters are essentially as they appeared in the various issues of "The Courier."
How to Purchase
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Purchase by mail option: If interested in paying by mail, please send a check for $10 for each book and include $5 for tax and shipping:
Make checks made payable to: Franklin County Historical Society, 305 North 4th Ave., Pasco, WA 99301