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About Kirkland, WA
King County is the home of Kirkland, Washington. The census that was taken in the year 2011 reported that Kirkland had a population of 48,938 people. Since the year 2000, this population represented an 8.60% increase in the population of Kirkland, at that time.
The Native Indians were the first settlers of the area around Lake Washington. During the late 1860's, the first settlers from England arrived. People also settled close to a favorite campsite on the Indians since wild potatoes grew well in what is currently known as Juanita Bay. Slowly, other people began settling in the region. A small number of boat building, farming and logging communities were developed by the late 1880's.
A British man who was an enterprising businessman who wanted the increase the size of the Moss Bay Steel Production Company that his family owned, named Peter Kirk, relocated to Washington. Mr. Kirk had heard that in the range of the Cascade Mountains, there had been a discovery of iron deposits. Limestone was already available in the region, which was required for smelting steel. In addition, Railroad lines were also being constructed and the fuel source for the steel mills was coal and some coalmines had recently been developed in nearby Newcastle. Also, there were plans being developed for the construction for the Lake Washington Ship Canal.
Mr. Kirk understood that if a community were developed close to the water, it would help support his steel mill as well as being freshwater port to the ocean. However, at that time, Mr. Kirk couldn't buy any property because he wasn't a citizen if the US. Therefore, a man named Leigh Hunt, offered to become Mr. Kirk's partner to purchase the required property.
In 1892, the steel mill was completed. However, as a result of the panic that occurred in 1893, the steel mill was experiencing financial problems and, without ever producing any steel, the steel mill ceased operations. Despite these problems, Mr. Kirk wouldn't give up on his the community that was his namesake, and the year 1905 brought the incorporation of Kirkland. The small community had a population of about 532 people.
Also in 1892, Kirkland became the home of the first wool mill in Washington State. During WW I, the US military and the prospectors from the Alaskan Gold Rush were primarily supplied with wool products by the mill. The building of sea going vessels had become a primary business once the Lake Washington Ship canal was completed in 1917. During WW II the Shipyard at Lake Washington had built over 25 warships for the US Navy in 1940.
In 1968, one community was formed by consolidating the neighborhood of community of Houghton with Kirkland. In 1974, the neighborhood of Totem was annexed and in 1988, the neighborhoods of North Rose Hill, South Rose Hill, and South Juanita were also annexed.
In 2009, three districts north of the community that were previously unincorporated known as Kingsgate, Juanita, and Finn Hill were also annexed to Kirkland. This annexation provided for almost seven additional square miles of land and 33,000 additional residents to Kirkland in 2011.
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