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About Tukwila, WA
King County is the home of Tukwila, Washington. The census that was taken in the year 2011 reported that the population of Tukwila was 19,165 people. Since the year 2000, this represented an 11.50% increase in the population of Tukwila.
The Duwamish Indian tribe who lived next to the Duwamish and Black Rivers were the earliest known inhabitants of Tukwila. They called the village after the hazelnut trees in the lush forests around them. The Duwamish tribe used the rivers to trade with their neighbors, picked wild berries, fished, hunted, and lived in cedar longhouses.
In 1851, traveling by native canoes to the fertile farmland in the Duwamish River Valley, the pioneer settlers came to the area. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Collins and the children Stephen and Lucinda, and Jacob Maple and his sons, Henry and Samuel Van Asselt were the first white in the area. In 1852, two brothers named Stephen and Joseph Foster also arrived. The local streets and schools are named after these pioneers.
Joseph Foster was a well-respected leader in the community, who served as the first superintendent of schools, and as an early legislator in the Washington Territory, became a very prominent pioneer. His homestead was located at what is currently known as the Foster Links Golf Course. At the north ends of the golf course on the oldest maple tree in Tukwila is a plaque that commemorates the homestead of Mr. Foster. Close by, there is a monument that cites Foster's landing where the riverboats stopped to unload and load passengers and goods.
The location of Tukwila is at the crossroads of railroads, highways, trails, and rivers have become critical in its determination as a center of commerce. Shipping was accomplished by 65 to 70 foot riverboats with flat bottoms that traveled between Auburn and Seattle on the Black, Green, and Duwamish Rivers during the late 1860's. These riverboats carried livestock, produce, and coal from local mines from people and valley farms.
Tacoma and Renton were connected by early electric rail trains that ran next to Interurban Avenue in Tukwila. Between 1902 and 1928, this Interurban Railroad operated a commuter line. This commuter made it possible to travel Between Tacoma and Seattle in under an hour. Tukwila was the home of the first pave road that used the Macadam method in the state was named after this new technique of paving streets. Tukwila is also the home of one of the first paved military roads.
The year 1908 brought the incorporation of Tukwila as a city. Since then, the community has grown continuously and is thriving in King County as a center of commerce. Tukwila has become a local leader in manufacturing, distribution and warehousing of products, and commercial and retail sales primarily because it is located within five minutes of the international airport and at the crossroad for interstate highways 405 and 5.
More than 19,000 residents live in Tukwila. The community has quiet residential neighborhoods that are located in the hills that surround primary corridors of commerce. In order to plan for a bright future, residents work closely with critical services such as libraries, schools, fire, and police. The residents of this community enjoy the advantages of quality services and goods usually associated larger communities while also enjoying the caring and involvement of a small community.
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