WASHINGTON - Fort Vancouver National Historic Site - With five different entertainment areas scattered throughout the site, visitors of all ages and interests are guaranteed a phenomenal time this Independence Day.
What does FOVA stand for?
FOVA stands for Fort Vancouver National Historic Site (US National Park Service)
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- Fist of Vengeance (gaming)
- Flight Operations Version
- Floaters Only Vitrectomy (eyes)
- Focus on the Victim (New Jersey)
- Forces of Valor (replicas; various locations)
- Forward Observer Vehicle
- Future of Voice (International Telecommunication Union)
- Forschungsinstitut für Öffentliche Verwaltung (German: Research Institute for Public Administration
- Field Of View/Autotrack
- Focus on Value Added GmbH (Switzerland)
- Friends of the Visual Arts (various locations)
- Forum des Organisations Volontaires Africaines de Développement
- Field of View Cropping (photography)
- Fund for Overseas Vietnamese Community
- Field of View Crop Factor (digital images)
- Field Of View Emissivity Area
- Friends of Virginia Governor's Schools
- Field of View Imaging (telescopy)
- First-Order Value Iteration (algorithm; Markov Decision Problem)
- Fondo de Operación y Financiamiento Bancario a la Vivienda (Mexico low income mortgage program; now SHF)
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95 Paperback F899 This visually appealing, color-illustrated work for general readers and students explores objects from the collection of the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site on the Columbia River to examine the growth of technology in the region and shed light on trade, material culture, and diet during the early days of the settlement of the West.
VISITING VANCOUVER Vancouver, Washington boasts significant cultural and historic attractions, including the Pearson Air Museum, situated on the nation's oldest operating airfield; the Fort Vancouver National Historic site, which was once the center of political, cultural and commercial activities of the Pacific Northwest; several wineries and Uptown Village, where visitors can step back in time on upper Main Street and visit antique and gift shops, restaurants and boutiques.