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About Sea-Tac, WA
King County is the home of Sea Tac, Washington. Sea Tac had a population of 26,989, as reported by the census that was taken in the year 2011. Since the year 2000, this population represented a 5.90% increase in the population of Sea Tac.
For centuries, Native Indians inhabited the area approximately halfway between what is currently known as Tacoma and Seattle prior to the middle 1850's when the first white settlers arrived. The region is centrally located on the Highline ridge that separates the valley of the green and Duwamish Rivers and Puget Sound.
The nearby Bow Lake, Lake Burien, and Angle Lake are all small lakes that are fed by springs that survived the melting that occurred approximately 12 centuries ago. Generally, the Native Indians inhabited shores of Puget Sound and the Green and White River Valley as opposed to the ridge for the obvious benefits of farming, fishing, and transportation in the lowlands. However, the lakes and the ridge were also used for snaring waterfowl and fishing, particularly during the summertime.
During the middle 1850's, the white first settlers came to the region marked claims on either beside Puget Sound or the nearby Green River or Duwamish Rivers. In order to expedite troop movements between Fort Bellingham and Fort Steilacoom, Military road was built in 1860, which improved transportation by land considerably
The first white settlers constructed their own roads to the homesteads from this Military Road. In 1883, the Northern Pacific Railroad was completed which started another wave of white settlers to the area. In the late 1890's, there was sustained development. In order to serve the markets in Seattle, Kelly and Military roads also attracted other settlers to mark claims and develop farms and homes.
Angle Lake received its own school with three teachers and three rooms in 1893. In those days, the majority of students on the ridge ended their education in the 8th grade, prior to 1924, when the Highline High School opened.
During the early 20th century, two pioneer communities on the Duwamish River started developing known as Foster and Riverton. McMicken Heights was also developed north of the neighborhood of Angle Lake. These days, Angel Lake and McMicken Heights are two of the largest residential sections in SeaTac and are home to many of its residents.
A family named Reeploeg developed the west end of Angel Lake into a very popular resort named The Plunge in the 1920's. The resort had a dance hall that drew people from all over the county as well as rental cabins and boats. What is currently known as Highway 99 replaced the old West Valley Road in 1928 as the primary route between Tacoma and Seattle, which significantly increased the numbers of visitors to the resort. King Count bought the resort after the dance hall burned down and converted it to Angle Lake Park in 1957.
The year 1989 brought the incorporation of Sea Tac as a city. The community named after the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport that surrounds it. These days, the residents if SeaTac and of other communities such as Tukwila are paying much attention to how the new Sound Transit light rail system will affix them to Seattle as to the runways and jets.
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