CROSSING PUGET SOUND: From Black Ball Steamer to Washington State Ferries
Describes how modern ferry travel on Puget Sound began with the converted passenger steamers at the early part of the twentieth century. Built in the days before cars became the main mode of travel, these small steamers morphed into the blueprint of today's largest double-ended ferries in the United States. Well illustrated, most in color.
Publisher: America Through Time
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 3772276