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Solid Ground stands with the Duwamish. Federal recognition is long overdue.

When white settlers arrived at Alki Point 170 years ago and began to build what would become a city called Seattle, they weren’t working with a blank canvass. On the land we now know as King County, they found at least 17 villages, with nearly 100 buildings between them, that were home to a rich community of interconnected families known together as the “People of the Inside” – the Duwamish. They had already lived on …

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