Daughter of Old Chief Seattle
|Title||Daughter of Old Chief Seattle|
|Author||Yesler, Henry L. (Henry Leiter), 1810-1892|
|Contents||Legend has it that Angeline, Chief Seattle's daughter, warned white settlers about a Native American attack on the city of Seattle. However, in this article, Henry Yesler recounts that Chief Curly learns of the planned massacre from an old woman. Consequently, Yesler relays the information to Capt. Gansevoort aboard the sloop-of-war Decatur.|
Seattle, Wash. : The Coast Pub. Co., 1907
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|Notes||Taken from the journal The Coast, vol. 13, no. 3, Mar. 1907, pp. 137-139|
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