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Frank Osgood tests Seattle's first electric streetcars on March 30, 1889.

Waiters establish Seattle union on March 30, 1900.

George Webster is hanged for first-degree murder at Spokane County Courthouse on March 30, 1900.

Rainier Valley and Hillman City beginnings: Hillman Post Office (later Hanford) opens on March 30, 1904.

Thomas Prosch, Virginia Prosch, Margaret Lenora Denny, and Harriet Foster Beecher die in a car accident on March 30, 1915.

Marshal Joseph Joffre of France rededicates the Peace Arch in Blaine on March 30, 1922.

Deputy sheriffs confiscate and destroy slot machines in downtown Seattle on March 30, 1925.

U.S. Supreme Court in Tulee v. Washington upholds some Native American treaty fishing rights on March 30, 1942.

Bainbridge Island's Japanese American residents become the first to be interned under Executive Order 9066 on March 30, 1942.

Tacoma City Light's Mayfield Dam on the Cowlitz River generates electricity on March 30, 1963.

Lake City Wastewater Treatment Plant stops discharging treated sewage into Lake Washington on March 30, 1967.

Helen Thayer begins journey that will make her the first woman to solo to magnetic North Pole on March 30, 1988.

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Thomas Phelps's 1856 map of Seattle is published in the Town Crier on December 15, 1917.

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