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ISBN-10: 1467131598

ISBN-13: 9781467131599

ISBN-10: 1531676251

ISBN-13: 9781531676254

Bellevue has grown, in precisely a couple of generations, from a small farming city into a big city middle and financial hub, with the rules for this luck being laid within the twenty years following international conflict II. the outlet of the Mercer Island floating bridge, in 1940, promoted the cost of the lands to the east of Lake Washington throughout the inhabitants and housing growth of the Nineteen Fifties and Sixties, and Bellevue turned the first advertisement middle for those vivid new groups. households flocked to the glossy subdivisions, with new faculties, purchasing facilities, church buildings, and parks bobbing up correct in the back of. however it used to be powerful political, enterprise, and civic management that stored Bellevue from being simply one other sprawling suburb. As enterprise started to push outward from Seattle, Bellevue was once in a position to develop gracefully and guard its experience of position. It continues to be a superb group for households from worldwide and a spot that longtime citizens are reluctant to leave.

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