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The following is a timeline of the history of the city of Seattle, Washington, USA

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Contents

  • 1 Before the 19th century
  • 2 19th century
  • 3 20th century
    • 31 1900s–1940s
    • 32 1950s–1990s
  • 4 21st century
  • 5 See also
  • 6 References
  • 7 Bibliography
    • 71 Published in the 19th century
    • 72 Published in the 20th century
    • 73 Published in the 21st century
  • 8 External links
  • 9 Images

Before the 19th centuryedit

  • Native Americans explore and settle throughout the Puget Sound region which includes the Seattle area1

19th centuryedit

History of Seattle Main article: History of Seattle 1900–40
  • 1900 – Population: 80,6712
  • 1901 – Renton Hill Community Improvement Club organized18
  • 1903
    • July 30: Semi-centennial of founding of Seattle19
    • City hires Olmsted Brothers to design public parks20
  • 1905
    • South Seattle becomes part of city2
    • Seattle Fine Arts Society established
  • 1906
    • The Mountaineers club formed
    • Public Library building opens21
  • 1907
    • City expands, annexing Atlantic City, Ballard, Columbia, Dunlap, Rainier Beach, Ravenna, South-East Seattle, South Park, and West Seattle2
    • Pike Place Market opens17
    • St James Cathedral built
  • 1908
    • The Great White Fleet visits Seattle and Puget Sound area22
  • 1909
    • June 1: Alaska–Yukon–Pacific Exposition opens
    • Chicago, Milwaukee & St Paul railroad begins operating3
  • 1910
    • Georgetown becomes part of city3
    • Municipal League of Seattle founded23
    • Population: 237,1942
  • 1911 – Port of Seattle established24
  • 1913
    • National Association for the Advancement of Colored People branch established25
    • 20th Avenue NE Bridge opens
  • 1914 – Smith Tower built26
  • 1916
    • Seattle Audubon Society established10
    • Coliseum Theater opens14
  • 1918 – Bessaroth Synagogue dedicated27
  • 1919 – February: Seattle General Strike28
  • 1920 – Seattle Northwest Enterprise newspaper begins publication25
  • 1923
    • Seattle Goodwill Industries established2930
    • Mountaineers Players theatre troupe active31
  • 1924
    • September 28: First aerial circumnavigation of the world lands at Sand Point32
    • Seattle Camera Club founded
  • 1925
    • Sears, Roebuck store in business
    • Eagles Auditorium Building constructed
    • Seattle Planning Commission established33
  • 1926 – US Naval Air Station established at Sand Point
  • 1928 – Civic Auditorium and Paramount Theatre14 open
  • 1929 – Seattle Urban League founded
  • 1930
    • Pike Place Fish Market and Japanese American Citizen's League25 established
    • Exchange Building constructed
  • 1932 – Grace Hospital established
  • 1933 – Seattle Art Museum opens34
  • 1938 – Vedanta Society of Western Washington founded3536
  • 1940 – Population: 368,30237
    • April 28: Seattle trolleybus system opens
  • 1941
    • April 12: Last streetcar line closed
  • 1946 – Seattle Foundation established
  • 1947
    • Airport begins operating
    • Memorial Stadium opens
  • 1949 – Free port opens3724

1950s–1990sedit

Main article: History of Seattle since 1940
  • 1950
    • Seattle Chinese Golf Club formed27
    • Population: 467,59137
  • 1957 – Sister city relationship established with Kobe, Japan38
  • 1959 – City joins Puget Sound Governmental Conference39
  • 1960 – Population: 557,08740
  • 1961
    • Space Needle erected41
    • American Institute of Architects Seattle chapter active42
  • 1962
    • Alweg Monorail begins operating
    • April 21 – Seattle World's Fair opens
    • Congress of Racial Equality chapter established43
    • Blaine Memorial United Methodist Church built27
  • 1963
    • Seattle Opera and Seattle Repertory Theatre44 founded
    • Martin Cinerama opens14
  • 1964
    • August 21: The Beatles perform at the Seattle Center Coliseum
  • 1965
    • April 29: 1965 Puget Sound earthquake
    • ACT Theatre founded
  • 1966
    • August 25: More than two years later, The Beatles perform for the last time at the Seattle Center Coliseum
  • 1967
    • Allied Arts of Seattle founded
    • Sister city relationship established with Bergen, Norway38
  • 1969
    • Little Bread Co and Brasserie Pittsbourg in business45
    • Seafirst Building constructed4
  • 1970 – Seattle Marathon, and negative income tax program46 begin
  • 1971
    • Mayor's Arts Festival begins later known as Bumbershoot
    • Starbucks in business47
  • 1972
    • Pacific Northwest Dance Association established
    • Intiman Theatre Festival begins
  • 1973 – Sister city relationship established with Tashkent, Uzbekistan38
  • 1975 – World's first "commercial software for personal computers" invented in Seattle48
  • 1976 – Daybreak Star Cultural Center opens49
  • 1977
    • Seattle Mariners baseball team formed50
    • Sister city relationship established with Beersheba, Israel38
  • 1978 – Central Co-op established51
  • 1979
    • P-Patch Advisory Council established52
    • Music Magazine The Rocket begins publishing53
    • June 1: Seattle SuperSonics basketball team wins NBA Finals4
    • Sister city relationship established with Mazatlán, Mexico38
  • 1980
    • Subterranean Pop fanzine begins publication53
    • Sister city relationship established with Nantes, France38
  • 1981 – Sister city relationships established with Christchurch, New Zealand; and Mombasa, Kenya38
  • 1982 – Market Park landscaped
  • 1983 – Sister city relationship established with Chongqing, China38
  • 1984
    • 911 Media Arts Center and Weird Science Salon54 founded
    • Sister city relationship established with Limbe, Cameroon38
  • 1985
    • Seattle Municipal Archives established
    • Following a 3-year construction period, the newly constructed 76 storey Columbia Center in downtown is complete Therefore, becoming the tallest building in the city which forces CAP Citizen Alternative Plan to call in height limits
  • 1986 – Sister city relationships established with Galway, Ireland; and Reykjavík, Iceland38
  • 1988 – Washington State Convention Center and Telephone Museum open
  • 1989
    • Jim McDermott becomes US representative for Washington's 7th congressional district55
    • Sister city relationship established with Daejeon, South Korea38
  • 1990
    • September 15: Downtown Seattle Transit Tunnel opens
    • Norm Rice becomes mayor
    • Population: 516,25940
  • 1991
    • Sustainable Seattle nonprofit established
    • Washington Hemp Expo begins
    • Seattle Art Museum rebuilt34
    • Sister city relationships established with Cebu, Philippines; and Kaohsiung, Taiwan38
  • 1992 – Sister city relationship established with Pécs, Hungary; and Surabaya, Indonesia38
  • 1993
    • Seattle Knights jousting acting troupe founded
    • Fictional movie Sleepless in Seattle released56
    • Sister city relationships established with Gdynia, Poland; and Perugia, Italy38
  • 1994
    • Amazoncom in business
    • Seattle Asian Art Museum opens34
    • City Public Access Network online575859
  • 1996 – Sister city relationship established with Haiphong, Vietnam38
  • 1997
    • Seattle Internet Exchange and Seattle Channel60 established
    • Jet City Maven newspaper begins publication
  • 1998 – Paul Schell becomes mayor
  • 1999
    • November 30: Anti-globalization protest during World Trade Organization Ministerial Conference
    • Town Hall Seattle opens
    • Sister city relationship established with Sihanoukville, Cambodia38

21st centuryedit

  • 2000
    • Experience Music Project opens
    • Music Magazine The Rocket ends publishing61
  • 2001
    • February 27: Seattle Mardi Gras Riots
    • February 28: Nisqually earthquake
  • 2002
    • July 28: The first sporting event at Seahawks Stadium, a Seattle Sounders soccer match, is held
  • 2004
    • Seattle Central Library building opens
    • Seattle Civil Rights and Labor History Project founded
    • Rat City Rollergirls rollerderby league founded
  • 2006
    • Seattle Metropolitan begins publication
    • Kavana Cooperative founded3662
  • 2007
    • Socrata Inc in business
    • People's Harm Reduction Alliance founded63
    • December 12: South Lake Union Streetcar line opened64
  • 2008 – Tilted Thunder Rail Birds rollerderby league formed
  • 2009
    • July 18: Central Link light rail begins service between Westlake and Tukwila65
    • December 19: Central Link is extended to SeaTac Airport66
    • InvestigateWest news headquartered in Seattle67
    • Upping Technology for Underserved Neighbors68 and Jigsaw Renaissance54 founded
    • CondoInternet in business69
  • 2010
    • Northwest Chocolate Festival begins
    • Michael McGinn becomes mayor
    • Population: 608,660;70 metro 3,439,80971
  • 2011
    • Seattle Shorts Film Fest begins72
    • Citizen University headquartered in city73
  • 2012
    • Ban against plastic shopping bags in effect74
    • Chihuly Garden and Glass and Living Computer Museum open
  • 2013
    • Construction of the Alaskan Way Viaduct replacement tunnel by the tunnel-boring machine Bertha begins
    • Population: 652,40575
  • 2014
    • January: Ed Murray becomes mayor
    • February: Seattle Seahawks win Super Bowl football contest76
    • May: City minimum wage hike announced7778
  • 2015
    • May: A large kayak protest against Arctic oil drilling is held on Elliott Bay in response to a Shell oil platform arriving at the Port of Seattle79
    • September: School teacher labor strike80
  • 2016
    • January 23: First Hill Streetcar line opens81
    • March 19: University Link Tunnel extends light rail to Capitol Hill and Husky Stadium

See alsoedit

  • History of Seattle
  • Neighborhoods in Seattle
  • List of mayors of Seattle
  • Timelines of Seattle's sister cities: Bergen, Kobe, Mombasa, Nantes, Perugia, Reykjavík, Tashkent
  • Timeline of Spokane, Washington
  • Timeline of Washington state82

Referencesedit

  1. ^ a b c Seattle Architecture: A Walking Guide to Downtown 2007, p 21
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Britannica 1910
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Federal Writers' Project 1941, p 209
  4. ^ a b c Kueter 2001
  5. ^ a b c d "US Newspaper Directory" Chronicling America Washington, DC: Library of Congress Retrieved October 21, 2013 
  6. ^ "Washington: King", Pacific States Newspaper Directory 6th ed, San Francisco: Palmer & Rey, 1894, OCLC 35801625 
  7. ^ a b Davies Project "American Libraries before 1876" Princeton University Retrieved October 21, 2013 
  8. ^ Tanaka 2001
  9. ^ Putnam 2004
  10. ^ a b "Finding Aids" Northwest Digital Archives Retrieved October 21, 2013 
  11. ^ Ochsner 2002
  12. ^ "Seattle Transportation: From Trolleys to Monorails, A Timeline" HistoryLink Seattle Retrieved June 30, 2014 
  13. ^ a b Bagley 1916
  14. ^ a b c d "Movie Theaters in Seattle, WA" CinemaTreasuresorg Los Angeles: Cinema Treasures LLC Retrieved October 21, 2013 
  15. ^ Egan, Timothy 2012 Short nights of the Shadow Catcher: the epic life and immortal photographs of Edward Curtis Boston: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt p 370 ISBN 0618969020 
  16. ^ Chronicling American, Library of Congress Website
  17. ^ a b Raymer 1913
  18. ^ Chamber of Commerce 1903
  19. ^ Blackford 1980
  20. ^ American Library Annual, 1917–1918 New York: RR Bowker Co 1918 
  21. ^ http://wwwnavymil/gwf/pugetsoundhtm
  22. ^ "Our History" Seattle: Municipal League Foundation Retrieved October 21, 2013 
  23. ^ a b "History: Timeline" Port of Seattle Retrieved September 16, 2016 
  24. ^ a b c Taylor 1991
  25. ^ 150 Most Influential People in Seattle/King County History 2001
  26. ^ a b c Mikala Woodward 2011, Timeline of Southeast Seattle History, retrieved June 30, 2014 
  27. ^ Aaron Brenner; Benjamin Day; Immanuel Ness, eds 2015 2009 "Timeline" Encyclopedia of Strikes in American History Routledge ISBN 978-1-317-45707-7 
  28. ^ "About Us" Seattle Goodwill Retrieved October 31, 2013 
  29. ^ Mike Tigas and Sisi Wei ed "Seattle, Washington" Nonprofit Explorer New York: ProPublica Retrieved October 31, 2013 
  30. ^ "American Association of Community Theatre" Retrieved November 6, 2013 
  31. ^ "On This Day", New York Times, retrieved November 30, 2014 
  32. ^ Park 2007
  33. ^ a b c "About SAM: History Timeline" Seattle Art Museum Retrieved October 21, 2013 
  34. ^ "Vedanta Society of Western Washington" Seattle Archived from the original on February 18, 1999 Retrieved October 21, 2013 
  35. ^ a b Pluralism Project "Seattle, Washington" Directory of Religious Centers Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Retrieved October 21, 2013 
  36. ^ a b c Leon E Seltzer, ed 1952, Columbia Lippincott Gazetteer of the World, New York: Columbia University Press, p 1724, OL 6112221M 
  37. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p "Seattle's 21 Sister Cities" City of Seattle Retrieved December 30, 2015 
  38. ^ "History of PSRC" Puget Sound Regional Council 2011 Retrieved October 31, 2013 
  39. ^ a b Population of the 100 Largest Cities and Other Urban Places in the United States: 1790 to 1990, US Census Bureau, 1998 
  40. ^ "History of the Seattle Center: A Timeline", Seattle Magazine, 2012, retrieved June 30, 2014 
  41. ^ "AIA Seattle History: Timeline 1894–1994" AIA Seattle Retrieved October 21, 2013 
  42. ^ Joan Singler "Timeline: Seattle CORE 1961–1968" University of Washington, Seattle Civil Rights and Labor History Project Retrieved June 30, 2014 
  43. ^ "About Us: Event Timeline" Seattle Repertory Theatre Retrieved June 30, 2014 
  44. ^ James Trager 1995, The Food Chronology, New York: Henry Holt, OL 1275146M 
  45. ^ Sreenivasan 2009
  46. ^ Nina Luttinger; Gregory Dicum 1999 "Historic Timeline" The Coffee Book: Anatomy of an Industry from Crop to the Last Drop New Press ISBN 978-1-59558-724-4 
  47. ^ Steven Anzovin and Janet Podell, ed 2000 Famous First Facts HW Wilson Co ISBN 0824209583 
  48. ^ Thrush 2009
  49. ^ "Mariners Timeline" Major League Baseball Advanced Media Retrieved June 30, 2014 
  50. ^ "NCGA Co-ops: Washington" Iowa: National Cooperative Grocers Association 
  51. ^ "About" Seattle: P-Patch Trust Retrieved October 21, 2013 
  52. ^ a b "Seattle Music Scene Timeline" Cleveland, Ohio: Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Retrieved June 30, 2014 
  53. ^ a b "Seattle" Hackerspaces Retrieved November 9, 2013 
  54. ^ Civic Impulse, LLC "Members of Congress" GovTrack Washington, DC Retrieved April 2, 2014 
  55. ^ Office of Film + Music "Seattle Film History Timeline" City of Seattle Retrieved June 30, 2014 
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  59. ^ Seattle Channel "1997-98 Annual Report" City of Seattle Retrieved May 4, 2014 
  60. ^ Pam Sitt October 2000 "Rocket's nose dive stuns music magazine's staffers" Seattle Times 
  61. ^ "Frequently Asked Questions About Kavana" Kavana Cooperative Retrieved October 21, 2013 
  62. ^ "Nonprofit Organizations" Seattle Foundation Retrieved May 30, 2015 
  63. ^ Seattle Times Staff December 12, 2007 "Streetcar starts service" The Seattle Times Retrieved January 25, 2016 
  64. ^ "Link light rail launches new era of mobility for central Puget Sound" Press release Seattle: Sound Transit July 18, 2009 Retrieved May 19, 2015 
  65. ^ "Sound Transit opens Link light rail service to SeaTac" Press release Seattle: Sound Transit December 19, 2009 Retrieved May 19, 2015 
  66. ^ Nieman Journalism Lab "Encyclo: an Encyclopedia of the Future of News" Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University Retrieved March 23, 2014 
  67. ^ Matthew Halverson April 28, 2011, "Beacon Hill Unplugged", SeattleMet, retrieved June 30, 2014 
  68. ^ "Gigabit Seattle pricing revealed — less than Comcast, more than Google", Seattle Times, June 24, 2013 
  69. ^ "Seattle city, Washington" State & County QuickFacts US Census Bureau Retrieved April 2, 2014 
  70. ^ "Largest Urbanized Areas With Selected Cities and Metro Areas 2010" US Census Bureau 2012 
  71. ^ "About" Seattle Shorts Retrieved May 4, 2014 
  72. ^ "About Us" Seattle: Citizen University Retrieved May 4, 2014 
  73. ^ "Is It Time to Bag the Plastic", New York Times, May 18, 2013 
  74. ^ "The 15 Cities with the Largest Numeric Increase from July 1, 2012 to July 1, 2013" PDF US Census Bureau 2014 Vintage 2013 Population Estimates 
  75. ^ Seattle Seahawks' Super Bowl victory parade draws some 700,000 fans, Reuters, February 5, 2014 
  76. ^ Eric Liu May 2, 2014 "United Cities of America: What Seattle's Minimum-Wage Deal Means" The Atlantic 
  77. ^ Some cities are still more unequal than others—an update, Washington, DC: Brookings Institution, March 17, 2015 
  78. ^ "'Paddle in Seattle' Arctic oil drilling protest", BBC News, May 17, 2015 
  79. ^ "Why the long holiday continues in Seattle", The Economist, September 15, 2015 
  80. ^ "First Hill streetcar opens" KING-TV January 23, 2016 Retrieved 2016-01-25 
  81. ^ Federal Writers' Project 1941, "Chronology", Washington: a Guide to the Evergreen State, American Guide Series, Portland, Oregon: Binfords & Mort – via Hathi Trust 

Bibliographyedit

See also: History of Seattle § Bibliography

Published in the 19th centuryedit

  • "Seattle" Puget Sound Business Directory Olympia: Murphy & Harned 1872 
  • Seattle City Directory for 1890 Seattle: Polk's Seattle Directory Co 
  • John W Dodge 1890, Wonderful City Seattle, Seattle: Lowman & Hanford Stationery and Printing Company, OCLC 18272367 
  • Washington the Evergreen state, and Seattle, its metropolis Crawford & Conover 1890 
  • Frederic James Grant, ed 1891 History of Seattle, Washington New York 
  • Seattle pioneer pocket guide, Seattle, Wash: Arthur von Babo, 1891, OCLC 21128971 

Published in the 20th centuryedit

  • Polk's Seattle City Directory Seattle 1901 
  • Chamber of Commerce 1903 Semi-Centennial Celebration of the Founding of Seattle 
  • "Seattle", United States 4th ed, Leipzig: K Baedeker, 1909, OCLC 02338437 
  • "Seattle", Encyclopædia Britannica 11th ed, New York, 1910, OCLC 14782424 – via Internet Archive 
  • Seattle Wash Municipal Plans Commission 1911, Plan of Seattle, Seattle: Lowman & Hanford Co, OCLC 1440455 
  • "King County: Seattle", Puget Sound and Western Washington, Seattle: Robert A Reid, 1912, OCLC 3425016 
  • Raymer's Dictionary of Greater Seattle Seattle: Raymer's Old Book Store 1913 
  • Clarence B Bagley 1916, History of Seattle, Chicago: SJ Clarke Publishing Company  v2
  • "Points of Interest in Seattle, Wash" Automobile Blue Book New York 1919 
  • Cornelius Hanford, Seattle and Enzirons, 1852–1924 Seattle, 1924
  • Federal Writers' Project 1941, "Seattle", Washington: a Guide to the Evergreen State, American Guide Series, Portland, Or: Binfords & Mort 
  • "Seattle, City of Two Voices", National Geographic Magazine, Washington, DC, 117, 1960 – via Gale, Subscription required help 
  • Roger Sale, Seattle: Past to Present Seattle, 1976
  • Mansel G Blackford 1980 "Civic Groups, Political Action, and City Planning in Seattle, 1892–1915" Pacific Historical Review 49 JSTOR 3638967 
  • Ory Mazar Nergal, ed 1980, "Seattle", Encyclopedia of American Cities, New York: EP Dutton, OL 4120668M 
  • Richard C Berner, Seattle in the 20th Century Seattle: Charles Press, 1991
  • Quintard Taylor 1991 "Blacks and Asians in a White City: Japanese Americans and African Americans in Seattle, 1890–1940" Western Historical Quarterly 22 JSTOR 970984 
  • Carl Abbott 1992 "Regional City and Network City: Portland and Seattle in the Twentieth Century" Western Historical Quarterly 23 JSTOR 971508 
  • Bob Lane, Better Than Promised, An Informal History of the Municipality of Metropolitan Seattle Seattle: King County Department of Metropolitan Services, 1995
  • Richie Unterberger 1998, Seattle, Rough Guides, London, OL 24372137M 

Published in the 21st centuryedit

  • Vince Kueter November 13, 2001 "Seattle Through the Years" Seattle Times 
  • "150 Most Influential People in Seattle/King County History: Nominees", 150 Years: Seattle By and By, Seattle Times, 2001, archived from the original on November 2014 
  • Keiko Tanaka 2001 "Early Telephone Use in Seattle, 1880s-1920s" Pacific Northwest Quarterly 92 JSTOR 40492685 
  • Jeffrey Karl Ochsner and Dennis Alan Andersen 2002 "Meeting the Danger of Fire: Design and Construction in Seattle after 1889" Pacific Northwest Quarterly 93 JSTOR 40492770 
  • "Seattle in Focus: A Profile from Census 2000" Washington, DC: Brookings Institution 2003 
  • John Putman 2004 "Racism and Temperance: The Politics of Class and Gender in Late 19th-Century Seattle" Pacific Northwest Quarterly 95 JSTOR 40491731 
  • Sohyun Park 2007 "Prescriptive Plans for a Healthy Central Business District: Seattle Downtown Design, 1956–1966" Pacific Northwest Quarterly 98 JSTOR 40492027 
  • Jyotsna Sreenivasan 2009 "Seattle/Denver Income Maintenance Experiments" Poverty and the Government in America: A Historical Encyclopedia ABC-CLIO p 558+ ISBN 978-1-59884-168-8 
  • Coll Thrush 2009 Native Seattle: histories from the crossing-over place University of Washington Press ISBN 978-0-295-98992-1 
  • Susan P Crawford; et al 2014, Community Fiber in Washington, DC, Seattle, WA, and San Francisco, CA: Developments and Lessons Learned, Berkman Center Research Publication 2014-9, SSRN 2439429  – via Social Science Research Network 
  • Raj Chetty; Nathaniel Hendren 2015, City Rankings, Commuting Zones: Causal Effects of the 100 Largest Commuting Zones on Household Income in Adulthood, Equality of Opportunity Project, Harvard University, Rank #1: Seattle 

External linksedit

  • "Broadband Failures of Seattle – Timeline" Seattle: Upping Technology for Underserved Neighbors 
  • "Seattle Photographs" Digital Collections University of Washington Libraries 
  • Materials related to Seattle, various dates via Library of Congress, Prints & Photos Division
  • Items related to Seattle, various dates via Digital Public Library of America
  • Items related to Seattle, various dates via Europeana
  • Various Seattle-related archived websites: "Seattle" – via Internet Archive, Archive-It 
  • Seattle Municipal Archives "Seattle Women's History Timeline" Women in City Government Online Exhibits City of Seattle 
  • Seattle Municipal Archives "Civil Rights Timeline" Seattle Open Housing Campaign Online Exhibits City of Seattle 
  • "Seattle", American Geographical Society Library Digital Map Collection, USA – via University of Wisconsin , ca1914-1949

Imagesedit

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