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Chief of the Suquamish Statue

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The legendary Chief of the Suquamish also lent his name to the modern city of Seattle. Chief Seattle died in 1866 and in 1908 this statue was erected in Tilikum Place. See the likeness of the great chief in the picturesque, tree-lined plaza. He greets you with an outstretched arm, a state symbol of diplomacy and strength.