Seattle (also spelled Sealth or Si'a) was a 19th century ruler of the Duwamish, Suquamish, and Lushootseed Salish tribes.
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1887 newspaper article by Dr. Henry A. Smith including a biographical sketch of the Suquamish leader and a reported translation of his 1854 treaty speech.
Biography of the Suquamish leader, with information about his family, tribe, and orations.
Chief Seattle and Chief Joseph: From Indians to Icons
Essay on the two leaders with historical photos, bibliography and study questions.
Chief Seattle's Thoughts
Two versions of the Salish chief's disputed 1854 speech, made in response to a land treaty with the United States.
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