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The Early Community in the State Park Plat in Wedgwood

In the early 1900s almost no one lived in what is now the Wedgwood neighborhood in northeast Seattle, due to the area’s lack of access to water, its remoteness and the lack of roads. In the 1870s, Capt. DeWitt C. … Continue reading

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Chickens and Cows in Wedgwood: the Schultz and Sherman families

In the early 1900s very few people lived in the Wedgwood area of northeast Seattle.  Many who did come were immigrants or first-generation Americans from Germany, Scandinavian countries or the Netherlands.  Others came from across the United States, hoping to get a … Continue reading

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