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Mukilteo

This 10 mile side trip leads out to a former trading center for Native Americans.

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It was a trading center for Native Americans and the site of the signing of an important Native American treaty called the Point Elliott Treaty. Until 1862 when a post office was established, the place was called Point Elliott. The present name, suggested by J. D. Fowler, the first postmaster, is from the Native American name of the place, Muckl-te-oh, as revised to suit the postal service. Spellings on older...

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Mukilteo Light Station

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Fowler Pear Tree

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Point Elliott Treaty Site