Treaty of Point Elliott

Treaty of Point Elliott (HM2HWZ)

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N 47° 56.773', W 122° 18.204'

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1855 - 1930

At this place on January 22, 1855,
Governor Isaac I. Stevens
concluded the treaty by which the
Indians ceded the lands from Point
Pully to the British boundary. Of the
one hundred signatures, eighty-two
were by Indian chiefs, headmen and
delegates of numerous tribes. The first
four recognized as leading chiefs of
their own and allied tribes were
Seattle, Patkanim, Goliah And Chow-Its-Hoot. The United States Senate
ratified the treaty on March 8, 1859
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HM NumberHM2HWZ
Series This marker is part of the Daughters of the American Revolution series
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Year Placed1930
Placed ByDaughters of the American Revolution, Marcus Whitman Chapter
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Date Added Tuesday, June 18th, 2019 at 8:01pm PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)10T E 552017 N 5310557
Decimal Degrees47.94621667, -122.30340000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 47° 56.773', W 122° 18.204'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds47° 56' 46.38" N, 122° 18' 12.24" W
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