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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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