Puget's Sound: A Narrative of Early Tacoma and the Southern Sound
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About the Author
Murray Morgan (1916-2000), a journalist and historian, was the author of more than twenty books, including Skid Road: An Informal Portrait of Seattle and The Last Wilderness, a history of the Olympic Peninsula. He worked for Time magazine, the New York Herald Tribune, and CBS News and hosted the early morning radio show "Our Town, Our World." Michael Sean Sullivan is a public historian, writer, and historic preservationist. He has taught Pacific Northwest history at the University of Washington Tacoma for more than twenty years and, as a graduate student, studied with Murray Morgan.
[An] encompassing, timeless retelling of Tacoma's history . . . Today, as it was upon its release, it's seen as both a work of history and a work of uncompromising adoration for the place its author called home. . . . Puget's Sound remains revered in Tacoma, particularly among those with an undying affinity for the city's colorful past.-- (01/01/2018)