This Week In Seattle Real Estate: Licton Springs Historical Site – 11/4/2019

For our focus this week, I’m highlighting the Licton Springs historical site and a series of posts regarding its 1st Nations significance as well as newly designated status as a landmark site.  I was doing research for a client on the nature of streams and wetlands in the north section of our city when I came across this cool research page on Licton Springs, which led me on to a number of excellent web posts which can be seen below. Ironically, about 3 days later, Seattle Times posted their report on the site achieving landmark status, so I thought “I have to post this!”, and here we go!

https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/duwamish-people-get-a-little-overdue-respect-from-seattles-landmarks-preservation-board/

https://www.hiddenhydrology.org/explorations/seattle/seattle-licton-springs/

https://lastrealindians.com/news/2013/11/1/nov-1-2013-licton-springs-a-sacred-site-of-the-duwamish-tribe-ancestral-homeland-by-leiels-thomas-r-speer

https://historylink.org/File/3447

https://insearchofholywellsandhealingsprings.com/2017/01/19/sacred-springs-of-the-world-united-states-of-america-the-sacred-springs-of-seattle/

Meanwhile, here are the stats for the week: 

Video for this week’s blog can be seen here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1B8qhNSUNuJA80kHnJfEs7oSuVjTDdwY5/view

 

Posted on November 5, 2019 at 6:15 pm
Bruce Phares | Category: Uncategorized

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