WSU Historic Preservation Committee sponsored website features photographs, maps and plans from MASC.
In the early stages of the Hanford Site, families were relocated or required to leave their place of residence in the Hanford area.
When the climate changed, when crops failed and famine threatened, people in ancient history responded.
WSU researchers have determined that Nez Perce Indians grew and smoked tobacco at least 1,200 years ago, long before the arrival of traders and settlers.
WSU Vancouver researcher analyzes The Great Drought — the most devastating in the past 800 years — and the Global Famine.
WSU Tri-Cities will launch its first book in a new series known as the Hanford Histories at 5 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 4.
Wyatt Wineinger, whose father piloted the Day’s Pay B-17 bomber, will donate artifacts from the Hanford employee-funded airplane to WSU Tri-Cities.
The recent discoveries may hold the key to an ongoing American West conflict.
WSU librarian Trevor Bond has been selected by Washington State Historical Society as the recipient of the 2018 Charles Gates Memorial Award.
WSU Vancouver professor Sue Peabody’s book about slavery in the Indian Ocean world is being called “both biography and global history at their very best.”