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About Renton, WA
King County is the home of Renton, Washington. The population of Renton was 91,278 people, according to what the census that was taken in the year 2011 reported. Since the year 2000, this population represented an 82.40% increase in the population of Renton.
The Duwamish tribe of Indians inhabited what is currently known as Renton, close to the confluence of the Cedar and Black Rivers, long before white settlers arrived in the region. The Cedar River ran into Lake Washington, while the Black River carried the runoff into the White River. The White and Black Rivers merged into the Duwamish River, which ran towards Seattle. At the time these rivers were important avenues of commerce and resources, although later this configuration would be changed by human engineering.
A man named Henry Tobin staked a claim after traveling in the Duwamish River and finding a convergence of the waters in 1853. This was an ideal place for a mill because of the access to a lake, which offered many different opportunities for business as well as the running waters.
A year later, this was even truer. A man named Dr. R.H. Bigelow, who lived close to Tobin, discovered a seam of coal on his land. Dr. Bigelow and Mr. Tobin were soon in business by building a mill to provide timber for the mines.
However, it wasn't long before the large number of white settlers in area started interfering with the way of life of the Indians. In 1855, some of the tribes started fighting back which led to the Indian Wars. These wars soon ended and all of the Indians within the region were resettled.
Many settlers left the region and the mill burned down during the short war. Some Indian warriors killed some of Mr. Tobin's backers and he soon died of poor health. Then Dr. Bigelow left the region. Somebody else would have to cultivate their visions of success.
A landowner named Erasmus Smithers met the widow of Mr. Tobin, named Diana in 1857. Diana still owned the patent on the claim that her husband had made. They soon married, and between them wound up owning almost 500 acres of property. In 1875, the first plat for the new community of Renton was filed by Mr. Smithers and more settlers started relocating to the region.
Captain William Renton is the namesake of the community. Renton became the center of the local coal industry as a result of the access of the nearby rivers and lakes. Renton was one of the first communities that was connected to Seattle by road. Renton was also a railroad center by the end of the 19th century. Renton was a very prosperous community by the early 1900's.
There were no churches and nine saloons in 1885. The year 1901 brought the incorporation of Renton. The incorporation resulted in a civilized and organized community. There was a bank, newspapers, schools, and churches in the community by 1910.
In 1941, The Boeing Company opened, which was probably had the greatest influence on the success of Renton. Funding provided by the federal government provided Renton with millions of dollars for work on the infrastructure such as street repairs and housing.
These days, other industries and Boeing are still pumping millions of dollars into the local economy. Renton has become a center for rails and roads, and into the skies from a simple confluence of waterways.
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