Tacoma's Salishan Housing Project -- A Slideshow

  • By David Wilma
  • Posted 8/29/2005
  • HistoryLink.org Essay 7455

The community garden opened as a place for neighbors to raise their own fresh produce and to meet one another. The diversity of cultures at Salishan was represented in the foods grown here.

This is a slideshow on the history of Tacoma's Salishan Housing Project, built during World War II to house shipyard workers and military families. This slide show tour was written and curated by David Wilma. Presented by the Tacoma Housing Authority.

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