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Newspapers and Periodicals

The Camas Post
Camas-Washougal Post Record
Oregonian
Oregon Journal
Portland News-Telegraph
Seattle Times
Columbian

Vancouver Independent
Wall Street Journal

Crown Zellerbach Spotlight
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Web Resources

Association of Western Pulp and Paper Workers (AWPPW).
http://www.awppw.com/portland.htm

AWPPW Local No. 5. Web site.
http://home.pacifier.com/~awppw/

Camas-Washougal Historical Society:
http://www.camas.wednet.edu/camas/history/history.html

City of Camas, Washington:
http://www.swwcn.org/clark/camas/home.htm

Columbia Riverkeeper:
http://www.cruwa.org/default.htm

Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission:
http://www.critfc.org/.

Environmental Protection Agency
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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Portland District
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Washington State Department of Ecology
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Chuck Williams
http://www.gorgearts.org/Chuck/chuck_williams.htm