Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

Fires devastated Seattle, Ellensburg and Spokane in 1889

Originally aired: Wednesday, June 6, 2018
Category: News
When Washington became a state in November 1889, that wasn’t the only big news story that year. In the final spring and summer of Washington’s territorial era, big fires ravaged major sections of downtowns on both sides of the Cascades, from Seattle, to Ellensburg, to Spokane.

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