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Encyclopedia > List of towns in Washington

List of towns in Washington State


Note: Populated places in Washington State are either cities, towns or census-designated places.

  • Albion
  • Almira
  • Beaux Arts Village
  • Bucoda
  • Carbonado
  • Cathlamet
  • Chinook
  • Colton
  • Conconully
  • Concrete
  • Coulee City
  • Coulee Dam
  • Coupeville
  • Creston
  • Cusick
  • Darrington
  • Eatonville
  • Endicott
  • Fairfield
  • Farmington
  • Friday Harbor
  • Garfield
  • Granger
  • Hamilton
  • Harrah
  • Hartline
  • Hatton
  • Hunts Point
  • Index
  • Ione
  • Krupp
  • La Conner
  • La Crosse
  • Lamont
  • Latah
  • Lind
  • Lyman
  • Malden
  • Mansfield
  • Marcus
  • Mattawa
  • Metaline
  • Metaline Falls
  • Millwood
  • Naches
  • Nespelem
  • Northport
  • Oakesdale
  • Odessa
  • Oysterville
  • Pe Ell
  • Prescott
  • Rainier
  • Reardan
  • Riverside
  • Rockford
  • Rosalia
  • Ruston
  • St. John
  • Skykomish
  • South Cle Elum
  • South Prairie
  • Spangle
  • Springdale
  • Starbuck
  • Stehekin
  • Steilacoom
  • Tieton
  • Twisp
  • Uniontown
  • Washtucna
  • Waterville
  • Waverly
  • Wilbur
  • Wilkeson
  • Wilson Creek
  • Winthrop
  • Yacolt
  • Yarrow Point

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Washington (1718 words)
Washington is bounded by the Pacific Ocean to the west, Oregon to the south (the Columbia River forming most of this border), Idaho to the east and British Columbia, Canada to the north.
Washington is also notable for being home to four of the five longest floating bridges in the world: the Evergreen Point Floating Bridge, Lacey V. Murrow Memorial Bridge and Homer M. Hadley Bridge over Lake Washington, and the Hood Canal Bridge connecting the Olympic and Kitsap Peninsulas.
Washington also ranked second in the nation in grapes (all varieties taken together), apricots, asparagus (over a third of the country's production) and green peas for processing; third in the nation for wheat, prunes and plums, summer dry onions, trout and butter; fourth in barley and peaches; and fifth in cranberries and strawberries.
Washington - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (2001 words)
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, as of 2004, Washington's population was 6,203,788.
Washington has usually been considered a key swing state politically, although in recent elections, it has been comfortably in the hands of the Democrats.
Although nationally, Washington state is not usually a major force in politics, in 1994, Washington state was one of the places where the Republican Party gained power in their nationwide landslide.
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