Cattle cross Snoqualmie Pass to Seattle in December 1869.

  • By Greg Lange
  • Posted 11/04/1998
  • HistoryLink.org Essay 184

In December 1869, M. S. Booth drives 200 head of cattle across Snoqualmie Pass to Seattle. Even though three feet of snow covers the pass, Booth loses only four head of cattle.


Sources:

Harry M. Majors, Exploring Washington (Holland, Michigan: Van Winkle Publishing Company, 1975), 86.


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