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Vancouver (Wash.)

LC control no.n 79092558
Descriptive conventionsrda
Geographic headingVancouver (Wash.)
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Geographic subdivision usageWashington (State)--Vancouver
Variant(s)Vancouver, Wash.
City of Vancouver (Wash.)
Ванкувър (Wash.)
Vankuvŭr (Wash.)
バンクーバー (Wash.)
Bankūbā (Wash.)
Ванкувер (Wash.)
Vankuver (Wash.)
溫哥華 (Wash.)
Wen'gehua (Wash.)
Beginning date1855
Associated countryUnited States
LocatedWashington (State)
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inU.S. Engineer Dept. Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors. Port and terminal facilities at the ports of Portland and Astoria ... 1945.
Rand McNally, 1984 (Vancouver; county seat; Clark County)
Speidel, W.C. The Wet Side of the Mts., 1974 (Vancouver; Hudson's Bay Company was instructed to abandon Fort George at Astoria, on the stated grounds that the furs mildewed there, ets. Fort Vancouver in a commanding position down the Columbia ...)
GeoNames, algorithmically matched, 2009 (ppl; 45°38ʹ19ʺN 122°39ʹ41ʺW)
Wikipedia, July 24, 2011 (Vancouver, Washington; City of Vancouver; 45°38ʹ1ʺN 122°36ʹ10ʺW) Bulgarian page (Ванкувър = Vankuvŭr) Japanese page (バンクーバー = Bankūbā) Russian page (Ванкувер = Vankuver) Ukrainian page (Ванкувер = Vankuver) Chinese page (溫哥華 = Wen'gehua)
Wikipedia, March 16, 2019 (Vancouver, Washington; City of Vancouver; county seat of Clark County; incorporated in 1857; name changed from Columbia City to Vancouver in 1855; City of Vancouver was incorporated on January 23, 1857)
Geographic area coden-us-wa