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Snoqualmie guests at the lauching of the steamship U.S.S. Snoqualmie in Seattle, Washington - 1919

Snoqualmie Indians at the launching of the steamer "Snoqualmie," UW Library American Indians of the Pacific Northwest Collection

Angeline, daughter of Chief Seattle, at home, Seattle, Washington, ca. 1890

Princess Angeline, daughter of Chief Seattle at home (near the foot of Pike street) in photo courtesy University of Washington Library

1866  Chief Seattle, dies. A member of the Duwamish tribe and whom the city of Seattle, WA was named. He is known for an 1854 speech given at the Pointe Elliot Treaty, which appeared in the Seattle Sunday Star on Oct. 29, 1887. The speech was a moving and powerful oration on the environment, culture and the future of humanity. Enhanced photo by thenativeamericantaoist.com

1866 Chief Seattle, dies. A member of the Duwamish tribe and whom the city of Seattle, WA was named. He is known for an 1854 speech given at the Pointe Elliot Treaty, which appeared in the Seattle Sunday Star on Oct. 29, 1887. The speech was a moving and powerful oration on the environment, culture and the future of humanity. Enhanced photo by thenativeamericantaoist.com

Evidence of continuous human habitation of a village site within the current city limits of the city of Seattle dating back to the 6th century C.E. exists on the Port of Seattle Terminal 107 site, located on the Western bank of the Duwamish River. The site was abandoned in approximately 1800, for unknown reasons.

Evidence of continuous human habitation of a village site within the current city limits of the city of Seattle dating back to the 6th century C.E. exists on the Port of Seattle Terminal 107 site, located on the Western bank of the Duwamish River. The site was abandoned in approximately 1800, for unknown reasons.

The Miss Native American. USA crown was designed, beaded and created by Michaela Dennis of the Shuswap First Nations of Chase, BC, Canada. Dennis currently resides in White Swan, in the U.S. State of Washington. She is well-known in the Native American community for her hand drum, and contemporary approach in traditional singing. She enjoys beading, traveling to Pow-wows, and singing backup to drum groups such as "Black Fish, Rockhill, and Sky Eagle."

The Miss Native American. USA crown was designed, beaded and created by Michaela Dennis of the Shuswap First Nations of Chase, BC, Canada. Dennis currently resides in White Swan, in the U.S. State of Washington. She is well-known in the Native American community for her hand drum, and contemporary approach in traditional singing. She enjoys beading, traveling to Pow-wows, and singing backup to drum groups such as "Black Fish, Rockhill, and Sky Eagle."

Chief Snatelum and his wife Katie, Snohomish [Skagit?] man and woman, Coupeville, Washington, ca.1910 :: American Indians of the Pacific Northwest -- Image Portion

*Chief Snatelum and his wife Katie, Snohomish [Skagit?] man and woman, Coupeville, Washington, :: American Indians of the Pacific Northwest -- Image Portion

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