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 BOOKS

An Island in Time I: Growing Up in the 1940s

By Don Edgers (365 pages)


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''A wonderful reminiscence of growing up on Washington state's Puget Sound during a most interesting, confusing and exciting decade in the 20th century, the 1940s".

 An Island in Time II: Growing Up in the 1950s

By Don Edgers (141 pages)

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Life on the Island right before and after the building of the Fox Island Bridge (opened in 1954).

Fox Island (Arcadia Images of America)

By Don Edgers (128 pages)

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Part of the Arcadia Images of America series, this is a wonderful collection of captioned archival photographs, mostly from the Museum archives, depicting the history and flavor of the Island.

Fox Island: A History

A concise history of the Island.

By Alexis MacDonald (30 pages)

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Pioneer Days Coloring Book

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A great gift for children is our own Fox Island Pioneer Days History and coloring book.This book was originally created to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the United Church of Christ on Fox Island. It is being reprinted with permission of the author, Lynda Wickline, and the artist, the late Char Eldridge.

 

Puget Sound Whales For Sale: The Fight to End Orca Hunting by Sandra Pollard

Sandra is a certified marine naturalist and writer, living on Whidbey Island.  She has written about and given talks on the endangered killer whales that frequent the south Puget Sound.

Foreward by:  Howard Garrett of Orca Network

Published by The History Press, June 24, 2014

“This is the story of the Washington State capture era, 1964-1976, when approximately 45 Southern Resident killer whales were captured for marine parks, and 11 more killed.  Discover the fates of the whales taken, and how the violent capture era came to an end.” 

This book is pertinent to the history of Fox Island as some of this hunting was done in the waters surrounding Fox Island. Gov. Dixy Lee Ray is also mentioned in the book as a marine biologist whose work at the Seattle Aquarium placed her in the middle of these historic times.

This book is available for purchase at the Fox Island Historical Museum.

Nisqually Indian Tribe by Cecelia Svinth Carpenter, et al

 WINTER offerings

CLOTHING

T-Shirts

Fox Island T-Shirts

Men's sizes, gray shirt with blue 'FOX ISLAND' down one side.

Mosquito Fleet T-Shirt

We have new long-sleeved men's tees with a map and Mosquito Fleet Ferries on the front. Come to the museum to see!

SHARKS T-Shirts

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New!! Children's sizes Shark Tees with the names of our local sharks are listed on the shirt!

Pink or Blue on black background

***Now we also have adult sizes!

Visors -- Protect your eyes from damaging summer sun!!!

(With Dixie Lee Ray Native-American Style Art)

TOTE Bags

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MISCELLANEOUS

Historical Map of Fox Island

Descriptive map of historical Fox Island locations. Shows historical sites from Fox Island's past. We have three maps to choose from . 

The beautiful color map is on sale.

Post Cards with historic Island images from our archives

Mugs

Acheson Cabin Christmas Tree Ornament

Support Cabin Restoration and Upkeep

Acheson Ornament