Member of:

 

YOU ARE INVITED TO:

A FREE special promotional Fresh Seafood Dinner at the new Northwest Maritime Center in Port Townsend.
The Seafood Dinner will be on Thur, May 6th, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the new Northwest Maritime Center,

431 Water St. 385-3628. Attendees participating in the PTVTM project will receive FREE $50 in retail

store/B&B PTVTM merchandise.
Event space is limited to the first 200 local business owners. Your email RSVP will be appreciated: mail@source-map.com.
We hope to see you there to have fun & put more “wind” in Port Townsend’s tourism/economic sails.
Sponsors: NW Attractions Council, Vintage Hardware, Windermere Real Estate of P.T. & Mystery Bay Seafood Catering.

 

As a Special Tribute to all of those Port Townsend business and community "leaders" that were invited to attend the Fresh Seafood Dinner & Hosted Bar but could not make it,

please read this prophetic tale.

 

For more information contact:

Bob Sherby

NWAC

(360) 479-8384

mail@Source-map.com

 

This is the pre-launch web site for the:

Port Townsend Historical Victorian Tour Map

 

The two images below comprise the FRONT and the BACK of the Port Townsend Victorian Tour MapTM.

 

                                               FRONT

 

 

                                                    BACK

      

 

 

Click on the following links for the PDF Project Specifications sheet and the Advertising Rate sheet.

 

Click on the following links to see the Associated Mapping Projects with which the

Port Townsend Victorian Tour Map will be connected and linked:

 

Seattle's Best Map & NW Adventure Map

Washington Adventure Map

Olympic Peninsula Adventure Map: The Tribal Gold site shows a version of the

Olympic Peninsula map that is being adapted for use for the O.P.A.M.

Premier Property Maps: The Port Townsend Relocation & Remodel Guide

will be published in 2010. The Port Angeles and Sequim Relocation Guides

were published in 2009:

http://www.premierpropertymaps.com/washington/clallam/clallamco.php

 

Click on the logo to see a partial portfolio of projects published by

 

 

Below are three interesting and very popular Tribal map projects:

The Chieftains of North America ArtMapTM represents a compilation of extracts from over 400

books, manuscripts, maps, articles and Living History interviews over the course of five years.

The subject matter spans a historical perspective from c. 1700 to 1900 of about 178 American

Indian Chieftains; their names, tribes, languages, locations and cultural accomplishments that 

earned them their dominant place in history.  Additionally, the Chieftains of N. A. ArtMapTM

presents many of the most significant cultural and spiritual sites and many paragraphs that

clarify common misconceptions about American Indian culture/history.

 

The Tribal Locations of the Olympic Peninsula map shows the location of seventeen Olympic

Peninsula regional tribes and a driving route to them all. The poker chips scattered on the map locate

all of the Tribal casinos in the region save the new Elwah Casino. The www.TribalGold.com web site has

an interactive poker chip table that links to the Tribal casinos that correspond to their chips on the map.

The numerouse yellow dots with Salish-language labels identify historic S'Klallam Tribal villages dating back

hundreds of years. S'Kallam artwork adorns all four borders of the map.

The Tribal Locations of the Olympic Peninsula is displayed publically at two Clallam County locations:

The Jamestown S'Klallam Tribal Center Information Keosk in Blyn and at the Port Angeles information

Keosk, both located on U.S. Highway 101.

 

 

Northwest Waterways with Native Gaming Locations (chip icons)

 

Casinos that desire to have their facility's interactive Internet links on the above web map are encouraged to contact:

 

Bob Sherby

NWAC

(360) 479-8384

mail@Source-map.com

 

MAP Detail

TribalGold.com is a tourism-building service and is both a PRINT and interactive INTERNET map listing for Tribal Culture and

Indian-affiliated Casinos in Western Washington.