Seattle Aquarium Slideshow, Part 1: From Settlement to Cinders, 1841-1899

  • By Paul Dorpat
  • Posted 1/22/2005
  • HistoryLink.org Essay 7052
This is Part 1 of a three-part slideshow photo essay on the history of the Seattle Aquarium and its neighborhood beginning in 1841 through the present day. Part 1 takes the story from the early dates of settlement along the Seattle waterfront to the Great Seattle Fire of 1899. Curated by Paul Dorpat. Edited by Walt Crowley. Presented by the Seattle Aquarium Society.

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