References and Attribution
Jackson Edson, Lelah. The Fourth Corner Highlights from the Early Northwest. Whatcom Museum of History and Art: Bellingham, 1968.
Washington Polk's Bellingham City Directory. R.L. Polk and Company Publishers: Kansas City.
Prosch, Thomas W. The Military Roads of Washington Territory. WHQ II, 1907: 119- 126.
Winther, Oscar O. Inland Transportation and Communication in Washington, 1844-1859. Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 1939: 371-386.
The Good Roads Association Collection. Washington State Archives, Bellingham.
Gray, Jerry. Old "99" Replaced...Not Retired. Highway News, Washington State Department of Transportation, 1963: 8-9.
The State of Washington Department of Highways in co-operation with the Department of Commerce, Bureau of Public Roads and the City of Bellingham Department of Public Works. Origin and Destination Traffic Survey of Bellingham Washington. 1950.
Vouri, Mike. "Freeway paved new way for travel." Bellingham Herald: June 29, 1986.
"New Samish road opening on December 1." Bellingham Herald. November 18, 1936.
Vouri, Mike. "Interstate passes 30th milestone: Lives changed with I-5 course." Bellingham Herald: June 29, 1986.
Vouri, Mike."I-5's impact still being felt." Bellingham Herald: July 21, 1986.
Web Site Creation: Amber Strawn, Chris Sullivan, Elisha Joseph, Stewart Grossman.
Highway 99, Shaping Bellingham's History by Larissa King.
Building a Military Road| The Start of The Good Roads Association | Highway 99
The Route of Highway 99 Through Bellingham | Samish Way | East Maple and Ellis Street
Holly Street | Prospect and Dupont | Elm Street and Northwest Avenue
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