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Name Grant County
Details Grant County in east central Washington is circled by the Columbia River on the south and west and bounded on the north by Douglas County, on the east by Lincoln and Adams counties, on the south by Benton County, and on the east by Douglas, Yakima, and Kittitas counties. It is an agricultural county covering 2,777 sq. miles, and producing wheat, fruit, potatoes, and livestock. It was established on February 24, 1909 by the State Legislature. The county was named for Ulysses S. Grant, eighteenth president of the United States, and leader of Union forces in the Civil War who had served at Fort Vancouver in the 1850s.

Associated Records

Image of 346P - 1956.001.

346P - 1956.001.

Dark colored leaf shaped stone point with convex base. Collected in 1931. A/L Leaf shaped point, convex base. Age undetermined. A/L Non diagnostic Biface, Blades, and Flakes. General tools which do not allow diagnosis of any type. Crude flaking and or broken.

Image of 347P - 1956.001.

347P - 1956.001.

Medium colored leaf shaped stone point with convex base. Collected in 1931. A/L Leaf shaped point, convex base. Age undetermined. A/L Drills / Perforators. Age undetermined. used to bore or drill into wood, hides, bone, etc.

Image of 348P - 1956.001.

348P - 1956.001.

Medium colored shouldered stone point with parallel-sided stem, uneven base, and rounded point. Collected in 1931. A/L Non diagnostic projectile - age undetermined.

Image of 349P - 1956.001.

349P - 1956.001.

Dark colored stone reject point or knife. Collected in 1931. A/L Non diagnostic Biface, Blades, and Flakes. General tools which do not allow diagnosis of any type. Crude flaking and or broken.

Image of 350P - 1956.001.

350P - 1956.001.

Medium colored barbed stone point with contracting stem and convex base. Collected in 1931. A/L Rabbit Island / Frenchman Springs Phase.

Image of 351P - 1956.001.

351P - 1956.001.

Dark colored barbed stone point with contracting stem and convex base. Collected in 1931. A/L Late Phase - Basal Notch.

Image of 352P - 1956.001.

352P - 1956.001.

Medium colored shouldered stone point with expanding stem and flat base. Collected in 1931. A/L Shouldered point, expanding stem, straight base. A/L Late Cascade Point - age undetermined.

Image of 353P - 1956.001.

353P - 1956.001.

Medium colored barbed stone point with expanding stem and basal notch. Collected in 1931. A/L Late Phase Projectiles.

Image of 354P - 1956.001.

354P - 1956.001.

Medium colored barbed stone point with expanding stem and convex base. Collected in 1931. A/L Late Cascade Point - age undetermined. A/L Hafted Scraper. Age undetermined - scraping tools which were attached to handles.

Image of 2007.018.0001 - 2007.018.

2007.018.0001 - 2007.018.

"Lytle Amis Green" pin/button from Columbia Basin Project, Potholes Dam. Button is a possible celluloid button and is comprised of yellow front with black text and metal back with clasp. Text on front of button: "LYTLE AMIS & GREEN / 880 / POTHOLES DAM." From: www.usbr.gov: The contract for construction of the Potholes dam and reservoir was awarded to a joint venture of C. F. Lytle Company, Amis Construction Company, and Green Construction Company, on October 24, 1946. Work on the project began in January 1947 when crews began excavations for the outlet works and stripping the foundation area. Excavated materials were stockpiled for construction of the embankment, which began in April. T