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South Carolina, rapidly followed by six other southern states, secedes from Union in reaction to election of Lincoln, who opposes extension of slavery into western territories. These states organize the Confederate States of America.
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WASHINGTON - Yakima County - Historic Districts

Fort Simcoe State Park
(added 1974 - Yakima County - #74001994)
Also known as Fort Simcoe
SW of Yakima on WA 220 , Yakima
(1400 acres, 13 buildings)
Historic Significance: Event, Information Potential, Architecture/Engineering
Architect, builder, or engineer: Scholl,Louis, Garnett,Major Robert Seldon
Architectural Style: Gothic Revival
Area of Significance: Historic - Non-Aboriginal, Military, Architecture
Cultural Affiliation: American
Period of Significance: 1850-1874
Owner: State
Historic Function: Defense
Historic Sub-function: Military Facility
Current Function: Landscape
Current Sub-function: Park

Old North Yakima Historic District
(added 1986 - Yakima County - #86000960)
Also known as See Also:Greystone Building
Roughly bounded by E. A St., S. First St., E. Yakima Ave., and the Northern Pacific RR tracks , Yakima
(40 acres, 9 buildings)
Historic Significance: Event, Architecture/Engineering
Architect, builder, or engineer: Et al., Switzer,A. F.
Architectural Style: Late 19th And 20th Century Revivals, Late Victorian, Mixed (More Than 2 Styles From Different Periods)
Area of Significance: Politics/Government, Architecture, Commerce, Transportation
Period of Significance: 1925-1949, 1900-1924, 1875-1899
Owner: Private
Historic Function: Commerce/Trade, Domestic, Government, Transportation
Historic Sub-function: Business, City Hall, Department Store, Hotel, Rail-Related, Restaurant
Current Function: Commerce/Trade, Domestic, Transportation
Current Sub-function: Department Store, Multiple Dwelling, Rail-Related, Restaurant

Yakima Valley Transportation Company
(added 1992 - Yakima County - #84004012)
Also known as Yakima Valley Electric Interurban Railroad
Third Ave. and Pine St. , Yakima
(500 acres, 2 buildings, 4 structures, 3 objects)
Historic Significance: Event, Architecture/Engineering
Architect, builder, or engineer: Multiple
Architectural Style: No Style Listed
Area of Significance: Engineering, Transportation, Agriculture
Period of Significance: 1900-1924
Owner: Private
Historic Function: Transportation
Historic Sub-function: Rail-Related
Current Function: Transportation
Current Sub-function: Rail-Related




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