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Chief Seattle & Princess Angeline (104947)

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Chief Seattle & Princess Angeline   (104947)
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51 cards of Chief Seattle and daughter, Princess Angeline and 4 Northwest Indian cards. 28 different cards and 23 duplicates. Chief Seattle was a Suquamish and Duwamish chief born on Blake Island in 1780. City of Seattle named after him. He was a leading figure among his people. He worked get along with white settlers. Formed a personal relationship with "Doc" Maynard. David Swinson " Doc " Maynard (March 22, 1808 – March 13, 1873) was an American pioneer, doctor and businessman and one of Seattle's primary founders. Compared to other white settlers, he was a relative advocate of Native American rights. He died June 7, 1866 at Port Madison, WA. Chief Seattle's oldest daughter was Princess Angeline who saved the settlement of Seattle from massacre in 1856. She was born in Rainier Beach in Seattle in 1820 and died in Seattle on May 31, 1896. She was known for her basket weaving.

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