The Columbian Profiles Pendleton

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The March 10th edition of Vancouver’s The Columbian profiled Pendleton’s Washougal, Washington mill. Reporter Cami Joner examines the key to Washougal’s longevity, remarking that “…The busy Washougal mill is evidence that textile manufacturing is not dead in America.” Read the full article, and stay tuned for more as Washougal approaches its 100th anniversary of producing fine Pendleton textiles right here in the USA.

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A man works on the Washougal loom. Photo courtesy The Columbian
Photo by Zachary Kaufman, courtesy of The Columbian, copyright 2012

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