All the chats in Washington

  1. Chats in Adams County
  2. Chats in Asotin County
  3. Chats in Benton County
  4. Chats in Chelan County
  5. Chats in Clallam County
  6. Chats in Clark County
  7. Chats in Columbia County
  8. Chats in Cowlitz County
  9. Chats in Douglas County
  10. Chats in Franklin County
  11. Chats in Grant County
  12. Chats in Grays Harbor County
  13. Chats in Island County
  14. Chats in Jefferson County
  15. Chats in King County
  16. Chats in Kitsap County
  17. Chats in Kittitas County
  18. Chats in Klickitat County
  19. Chats in Lewis County
  20. Chats in Mason County
  21. Chats in Okanogan County
  22. Chats in Pacific County
  23. Chats in Pierce County
  24. Chats in Skagit County
  25. Chats in Snohomish County
  26. Chats in Spokane County
  27. Chats in Stevens County
  28. Chats in Thurston County
  29. Chats in Walla Walla County
  30. Chats in Whatcom County
  31. Chats in Whitman County
  32. Chats in Yakima County

Washington, also called the state of Washington to differentiate it from Washington D. C., is one of fifty states that, together with Washington D. C., form the United States of America. Its capital is Olympia and its most populous city, Seattle. It is located in the western region of the country, Pacific Division, bounded on the north by Canada, on the east by Idaho, on the south by Oregon and on the west by the Pacific Ocean. He was admitted to the Union on November 11,1889, as the 42nd state. He was named in honor of the leader of the US forces of the US War of Independence. UU Of 1776 and first president of the United States, George Washington.

The names of many cities and counties in the United States pay tribute to various American presidents, but the state of Washington is the only state to be named in homage to a US president. To differentiate it from the capital of the United States, Washington D. C., in the United States, is usually called "Washington State" to the state and "D. C.","Federal City" or "Washington City" or to the national capital. Washington has huge coniferous forests, which have earned it the nickname Evergreen State. These forests make Washington a leader in the American timber industry. It is cut by several rivers and dotted by several lakes, which creates a favorable ground for the installation of dams. Here is located the largest in the country, the Grand Coulee Dam, on the Columbia River. Its economy, however, focuses mainly on tourism and the aerospace industry.

The largest aircraft manufacturer in the world, Boeing, is headquartered in this state, as well as several of its factories. The first Europeans to explore this region were the Castilians, and later, the British founded the first settlements. The region was originally part of a greater called Oregon Country, a territory disputed between the Americans and the British between the decades of 1810 and 1840. In 1846, the Treaty of Oregon states that all the lands south of the 49th parallel of the Oregon Country would pass to the control of the United States. Until 1859, Washington was part of the territory of Oregon, created from the American part of the Oregon Country. In 1859, the territory of Washington was created, which was named in homage to George Washington.