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English: Bust of Chief Seattle — a leader of the Suquamish and Duwamish Native American tribes of Washington State. The city of Seattle was named after him. Created by artist James Wehn in 1909. Located in Pioneer Square Park, Pioneer Square, Seattle, Washington, USA.
Русский: Сиэтл, или Сиатль (1786 —1866) — предводитель племён суквомиши и дувомиши, проживающих на территории современного штата Вашингтон. Завоевал авторитет как среди соплеменников, так и среди белых, последовательно отстаивая политику мирного сосуществования с белыми поселенцами, завязал личную дружбу с доктором Дэвидом С. Мэйнардом — влиятельным общественным деятелем и защитником прав индейцев, который основал город Сиэтл, названный в честь вождя.
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Author Steven Pavlov
Object location47° 36′ 06.84″ N, 122° 20′ 01.32″ W Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMap - Google Earthinfo


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