When San Francisco needed wood, they would get it from Washington. Men would cut down forest trees by the water and then tie them up and float them down the river.
Then me would wait in ships on the river to get the trees and when the trees came they would pull the trees up and ship down to San Francisco.
Growth of Agriculture
In the Pacific ocean the Natives would catch so many fish, 30 canneries sold salmon to faraway places like South America, Britain, Australia and Chin.
In the Puget Sound, lowland and Cascade Mountain miners discovered coal. The coal was burned to keep houses warm and used for power. When the coal would be all mixed in the dirt and rocks, they hired children to go through it.
Americans and Native Americans worked together in fields and would grow apples together and 60% of apples came from Washington.