Websites
 
 
Archives West. Gates Family Papers, 1890-1996. http://archiveswest.orbiscascade.org/ark:/80444/xv48233/pdf    (accessed 9/11/15)

Bellingham, Washington. Department of Planning & Community Development.  Bellingham’s Historic Buildings, Districts, and Highways. <http://www.cob.org/services/neighborhoods/historic/tour/036.aspx>
 
 Bellingham, Washington. Department of Parks & Recreation. Historic Overview of Woodstock Farm. www.cob.org/documents/parks/parks-trails/woodstock-historic-overview.pdf   (accessed 9/11/15)
 
"Building Fairhaven: story by Colin Simpson//Photos by Kevin McMillon and courtesy of Ken Imus”  Klipsun Magazine, October 2008.     
 
Hawkins, John. "Edward Augustus Wilson, American-born patriot, cabinetmaker, political convict and ‘British Slave’” Australiana, v.27, no.1, February 2005.   <http://www.jbhawkinsantiques.com/uploads/articles/art1-2.pdf>
 
Southcott, Bonnie Hart. "Pharmacy Owners Worked Their Way to the Top”. Bellingham Herald. 17 Oct. 2003. 

United States. Census Office. 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th Census. Whatcom County, Washington.  <http://www.ancestry.com/>
 
Washington State. Department of Archaeology & Historic Preservation. WISAARD Summary Report.  Fairhaven Historic District. <http://www.dahp.wa.gov/gis/actions/oahp_detail.cfm?idlyr=655&x=&y=&Register_Inventory_ID=1146>
 
Whatcom Watch Online.  "Marine Park in Fairhaven: one of America's best restored beaches".  July 2009.