Vashon

Vashon may refer to:

  • Vashon Island, an island in Puget Sound
  • James Vashon, officer of the British Royal Navy and the island's namesake
  • Vashon, a commercial vessel acquired by the U.S. Navy during World War II
  • Vashon High School, a high school in St. Louis, Missouri
  • Vashan (disambiguation), various places in Iran and Tajikistan

Other articles related to "vashon":

Washington State Route 339 - Major Intersections
... Location Mile km Destinations Notes Vashon Heights 0.0 0.0 To SR 160 (SE Sedgewick Rd) – Vashon, Southworth Access to Southworth via Vashon–Southworth ferry Seattle 9.8 15.8 SR ...
Washington State Route 339 - Route Description
... The passenger-only ferry started out from the Vashon Heights ferry terminal on Vashon Island and headed in a northerly direction, passing Blake Island State Park on the west ... Vashon Island is only connected to the rest of the region via three different WSF ferries departing from the Vashon dock, the other route departing from the Tahlequah dock on the south end of the island ...
Islewilde - History
... Islewilde was founded in 1992 by UMO, a Vashon Island-based physical theater troupe, who patterned Islewilde loosely after Vermont's Bread and Puppet Theater ... organizing Islewilde before handing it off to members of the Vashon arts community, who have run the festival since with limited continuing involvement from its founders ... While initially designed primarily with the Vashon Island community in mind, the festival has attracted and retained both national and international ...
James Vashon
... Wars Napoleonic Wars Sir James Vashon (9 August 1742 – 27 October 1827) was a British officer of the Royal Navy ... Washington's Vashon Island was named after him by the explorer George Vancouver, who had been Vashon's subordinate in Europa ... Vashon rose to the rank of Admiral and was knighted ...