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About Beacon Hill, WA
King County is the home of Beacon Hill, Washington. Beacon Hill is a suburb of Seattle had has a population of 13,667 people.
The Duwamish Indian tribe had built a village known as Taltalkus prior to 1850. Their extended families lived in five longhouses made from cedar that were a medium size. They raised potatoes, gathered shellfish, and fished for steelhead and salmon in the river.
A man named Henry Asselt was the first white settler in Beacon Hill who staked a 360 acre claim on the southern end of what is currently known as Boeing Field in 1851. Two brothers named Samuel and Jacob Maple staked their claims to the north. The hill was named after the Maples.
In 1853, a settler named John Holgate and his brothers-in-law named John and Edward staked their on the north end of Maple Hill. Until the native Indians destroyed their buildings and drove the men away as a result of the 1855 and 1856 Indian War, the men harvested timber in the region. In 1860, Military Road was one result of the Indian War. This road ran between Olympia and Seattle. Beacon Hill was platted by a man named Charles Plummer. For the next four decades, the community remained largely undeveloped.
A Union Army veteran named Harwood Young relocated to the region in 1889 in order to assess the development of the real estate business. Mr. Young is given the credit for naming Beacon Hill after Boston's historic Beacon Hill.
On five acres of what is currently known as Jefferson Park, a Judge Turner built the first home in the Seattle suburb of Beacon Hill. In 1923, the Club for Jefferson Park Ladies Improvement bought Judge Turners home.
A man named Eugene Semple recommended an ambitious plan for public works that included dredging a canal between Lake Washington and Elliott Bay via Beacon Hill in 1895. Mr. Semple started his canal in 1901. Puget Sound Salmon Bay, Lake Union, and Lake Washington were ultimately connected to create the Lake Washington Ship Canal.
The community established an isolation hospital for smallpox patients in Beacon Hill in 1892. In 1914, the smallpox patients were relocated to the Firlands Sanitarium in 1914.
Above the ridge, two new large reservoirs for drinking water from the Cedar River were completed in 1911. In 1927, the Cleveland High School opened and in 1928, on the bottomland, west of Beacon Hill, Boeing field was completed. In 1941, Jefferson Park was provided to the US Army Coast Artillery when WW II started. In addition the housing authority in Seattle selected Beacon Hill as one of its permanent developments for low income housing.
The US Marine Hospital was developed on the northern end of Beacon Hill by the US Public Health Service in 1933. This facility was the replacement for the Marine Hospital at Port Townsend. In 1967 Interstate 5 was completed between Tacoma and Seattle.
In 1979, the 16 floor art deco tower at the crown of Beacon Hill was listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Holly Park was transformed into a neighborhood known as New Holly in 1996. Prior to moving out in 2011, the Internet retailer Amazon occupied 12 floors of the art deco building for over ten years.
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