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If you are willing to do a 2 day detail, both exterior and interior, we can poly-coat your car and give you six months protection
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About Tacoma, WA
Pierce County is the home of Tacoma, Washington. The census that was taken in the year 2011 reported that Tacoma had a population of 198,434 people. Since the year 2000, this population represented a 2.50% increase in the population of Tacoma.
The Puyallup and Nisqually Native Indian tribes were the first people to inhabit the shores of Commencement Bay in the Puyallup Valley. The first white person to explore the region by sailing up Puget Sound and naming Mt. Rainier after an officer in the British Navy named Peter Rainer was a Captain named George Vancouver. In 1841, a member of the Charles Wilkes Expedition named and charted Commencement Bay. In 1852, when a Swedish immigrant named Nicholas De Lin constructed a sawmill at the junction of two creeks and soon had a thriving timber business, a permanent European community was established.
In 1855, after the settlers hears rumors about how hostile the Native Indians were, many of them left the region only to return once the tribe of Commencement Bay Indians were moved to a reservation that was nearby. This left the region free for other settlers to inhabit. The small community was named Tacoma by a General named Morton McCarver, who was responsible for attraction other settlers, purchasing tracts of land, and the promotion of further development.
In 1869, Tacoma became established in the timber industry when a group of investors from San Francisco had the Hanson and Ackerman Mill constructed. When shopkeepers, artisans, and laborers came with their families to live in Tacoma that had a current population of 200 people a boom was started by the mill. The small community soon had a telegraph, electric light, and mail service. Tacoma was chosen as the terminus for the Northern Pacific Railroad in 1873. However, when investors in the railroad decided to forego the project because of economic problems, just 20 miles short of Tacoma, construction was halted. The workers were recalled by the government, who only agreed to complete the railroad line after being paid their back wages.
The industrial development in Tacoma increased as a result of the railroad. Tacoma became the primary coal station on the Pacific Coast when the coal mines opened. There were also new industries such as machine shops, a salmon cannery, and a flour mill while the timber industry flourished. The year 1884 brought the incorporation of Tacoma and with a population of 4,400 people, continued to expand. In 1885, a group of citizens established the Law and Order League to deport the Chinese workers by force because it was believed that they were the cause of the employment recession that occurred when the railroad was completed. Although they were later acquitted, the insurgents were tried in court.
The year 1887 saw the completion of transcontinental rail service to Tacoma. The coal and lumber industries were boosted even further when the general offices for the Northern Pacific Railroad in Tacoma were established and the Stamford Pass Tunnel was completed. The community was thriving as a record number of new settlers came to the area. However, over half of the banks in the community closed when the reading Railroad went bankrupt because the economy in Tacoma was closely connected with the railroad industry. In 1900 the Weyerhaeuser Timber Company was established and the economy recovered somewhat. The community made profit from its close proximity to what is currently known as Fort Lewis and the shipping industry was booming during WW I. WW II stimulated prosperity and industrial growth since the location of Tacoma was close to US Air Force base at McChord and Fort Lewis, although the 1930's Great Depression brought hard times to the community. Tacoma has maintained its stability economically ever since. Tacoma went through significant planning by the city in the 1950's. The voters adopted an extensive renovation of the infrastructure for the community as well as a progressive manager-council form of government. During the new century the population of Tacoma is expected to increase as well as attracting new industries while balancing quality of life and environmental issues.
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