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The '''Snoqualmie Valley''' is a farming and [[timber]]-producing region located along the [[Snoqualmie River]] in [[Western Washington]], [[United States]]. The valley stretches from the confluence of the three forks of the river at [[North Bend, Washington|North Bend]] to the confluence of the Snoqualmie River and the [[Skykomish River]], forming the [[Snohomish River]] at [[Monroe, Washington|Monroe]]. This stretch of the river includes [[Snoqualmie Falls]]. Towns in the valley are [[North Bend, Washington|North Bend]], [[Snoqualmie, Washington|Snoqualmie]], [[Fall City, Washington|Fall City]], [[Carnation, Washington|Carnation]], [[Duvall, Washington|Duvall]], and [[Monroe, Washington|Monroe]].
[[Hop (plant)|Hops]] were the major crop of this region in the late 19th century.
The valley is the ancestral home of the [[Snoqualmie (tribe)|Snoqualmie]] people. The name Snoqualmie comes from the native word for "Moon the Transformer" and originates in the [[creation myth]] of the Snoqualmie people.
== External links ==
*[http://www.historylink.org/essays/output.CFM?file_ID=2586 Snoqualmie legend of Moon the Transformer] at HistoryLink