Exit133 is about Tacoma

Tacoma History

We like Tacoma, and we like stories about its history - the quirkier, the better - so a newly revamped Tacoma History website is a great place for us to spend some time when current events get to be just a bit too much.

Posted by local historian Michael Sullivan, each story features some episode of Tacoma's past - big and small - told in word and picture.

Sullivan recounts public episodes like the story behind the 40-foot red neon pegasus (complete with animated gold lightning bolts) that once graced the top of Tacoma's tallest building. He also tells more personal stories, like the one of an Oregon woman who followed her Army boyfriend to Tacoma, where she robbed a theater for the money to follow him on to Alaska. and of course, we get the history of that long-gone theater, too.

It's fun to dip into a story or two, and get a snapshot of moments in Tacoma's history - 

Read more at Tacoma History



The very old stories and good history related matters to given for the place. The website is getting great place and too much of events at present. The local historian was given the great level of stories and animated lighting to be used for that. The episode is really nice to see and tells the personal story also. The course and and theater related videos are download with proper media also. The snapshot and greater types of pictures are to be used for that. The magazine of <a >trusted essay writing company</a> is providing the real stories also

May 25, 2018 at 11:20 pm / Reply / Quote and reply

0 | 0

Post A New Comment

Please enter the word you see in the image below: