Chief See-yahtlh

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These Indians took these things as a sign that the prophecy of the end of the world was eminent. This set the stage for his life to come. He was a noted warrior and gained his reputation and recognition on many battle fields and raids, As a young man he took the name See-yahtlh, which was later changed to Seattle by Dr...
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David Maynard, an Indian agent and trader who Seattle talked into establishing a store near his people at Alki Point. Maynard agreed. This is when Maynard renamed the city after See-yahtlh; however most white people couldn't pronounce his name properly so it was changed to Seattle. On January 10, 1854, territorial governor Isaac Stevens arrived at Seattle to try to get the Suquamish and Duwamish to move to a reservation...
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