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Walden PhD Student Self-Publishes First Editions: Enchantress: the Perfect Boat in the Perfect Place with the Perfect Name in Anacortes WA Gateway to the San Juan Island


Online PhD student in Education and Leadership, Self-Designed, has re-founded her mentor, Dr. Fred B. Wood's non-profit, Computer Social Impact Research Institute, Inc. in WA and has published seven photo books on lulu.com in the last two weeks. Csiri.org has joined forces with the Creator of the Anacortes Mural Project, Bill Mitchell, to help rescue a piece of history.

Anacortes, WA, February 02, 2008 --(PR.com)-- Walden PhD student self-publishes First Editions:
A collection of photos and old pictures of the Pacific NW, USA.

Enchantress: The perfect boat in the perfect place with the perfect name. Anacortes WA Gateway to the San Juan Islands - January 26, 2008. Bill Mitchell, Founder/Creator Anacortes Mural Project and collector of WWII Memorabilia, (his house is filled with more old things than the local museums) has taken on another quest to save a piece of history: the Enchantress, one of the few remaining WWII Miki-Miki's, scheduled for almost instant demolition (the Port decides on 2/7/2008) and removal from the habitat it now occupies in Fidalgo Bay.

In collaboration with CSIRI, a local non-profit, he has published a short photo history available in print from Andrea Bowe's Storefront on Lulu.com, the online marketplace for digital content.

Mr. Mitchell seized the opportunity to use his valuable time to write a Letter to the Editor, printed in the anacortes American the local weekly paper, and to make contact with the Port of Anacortes, the Department of Ecology, The Department of Archeaology, and state representatives and hopes to contact Governor Gregoire soon.

Contact Bill Mitchell, Anacortes Mural Project: billmitchell@csiri.org

Reference:
Benthien, J. (1998). The Forgotten Fleet of Sixty-One.
1044 Arleo Lane, Tacoma, WA 98466: Benthien Tugboat Research.

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