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City of Seattle City of Seattle's P.A.N.: Seattle's Public Access Network. Greater Seattle Chamber of Commerce Neighborhoods Seattle's Ballard Neighborhood: "A special Scandinavian place in the Pacific Northwest." Fremont Main Menu: The Fremont neighborhood
1000, http://www.oz.net/seattle/city.html (OpenText)
Chief Seattle
1000, http://www.cs.bsu.edu:80/homepages/smslavin/chief.html (Inktomi)
Chief Seattle References
A few references to Chief Seattle . eJournal homepage eJournal contents eJournal index image gallery . Chief Seattle on other pages . "CHIEF SEATTLE'S 1854 ORATION" - ver . 1 . I can
1000, http://www.whistler.net/worldtour/homepage/ejournal/seattle2.htm (InfoSeek)
[Chief Seattle's Address]
Chief Seattle's Address] . {Begin front matter} . {Begin page}Folklore {Begin handwritten}Dup.{End handwritten} . Circumstances under which Material was obtained. . STATE: Washington . MAKE ...
983, http://lcweb2.loc.gov/wpa/38071704.html (InfoSeek)
CHIEF SEATTLE'S 1854 ORATION
John McCarthy offers some fascinating research and insight into the debate over the authenticity of this speech. . Native Web may offer a more authentic version of Chief Seattle's comments. .
966, http://www.halcyon.com/arborhts/chiefsea.html (InfoSeek)
Chief Seattle on Internet.
By Per-Olof Johansson . Read about The speech . Jump from Adresses . See the Bibliography . Do you have any comments then write to . Per-Olof Johansson per_olof_johansson@online.pol.dk . Who ...
949, http://www.geocities.com/Athens/2344/chiefs3.htm (InfoSeek)
CHIEF SEATTLE'S LETTER
Chief Seattle, Chief of the Suquamish Indians wrote to the American Government in the 1800's - in his letter he gave the most profound understanding of God in all Things. Here is his letter, ...
949, http://www.firehorse.com/philos/dhurst/ftpfiles/6.html (InfoSeek)
Chief Seattle's Thoughts
I received the following important information on the Seattle speech which follows. When I get more info, this page will be updated. Unfortunately, [the following Seattle speech] is a very much ...
949, http://www.eecis.udel.edu/~markowsk/seattle.html (InfoSeek)
GFF - Chief Seattle
GFF | other files . What Chief Seattle Really Said . From Quaker concerns re community, spirituality, etc. . < QUAKER-L%UIUCVMD.bitnet@vm42.cso.uiuc.edu> . This text is an exact ...
932, http://ccn.cs.dal.ca/~ab006/gff/seattle.html (InfoSeek)
CHIEF SEATTLE'S 1854 ORATION
AUTHENTIC TEXT OF CHIEF SEATTLE'S TREATY ORATION 1854
Yonder sky that has wept tears of compassion upon my people for centuries untold, and which to us appears changeless and eternal, may change. Today is fair. Tomorrow it
916, http://tscnet.com/pages/omard1/chiefsea.html (OpenText)
About the Chief Seattle Speech (19-Mar-1996)
About the Chief Seattle Speech (19-Mar-1996) About the Chief Seattle Speech Here's an item from the Seattle Times that someone posted in the Usenet Newsgroup sci.environment. Words of Chief Seattle eloquent - but not his: by Ross Anderson, Times political reporter copyright 1991, The Seattle Times Yes, Virginia, there was a Chief Seattle. And, by all reports, he was a very fine fellow indeed. But no, Virginia, Chief Seattle did not say: "The earth is our mother." In fact, the earth-mother quote is just one of many ecological insights, widely attributed to Chief Seattle, that are pure,
889, http://www-formal.stanford.edu/jmc/progress/fake.html (Lycos)
CHIEF SEATTLE'S LETTER
CHIEF SEATTLE'S LETTER CHIEF SEATTLE'S LETTER TO ALL Chief Seattle, Chief of the Suquamish Indians wrote to the American Government in the 1800's - In his letter he gave the most profound understanding of God in all Things. Here is his letter, which should be instilled in the hearts and minds of every parent and child in all the Nations of the World: CHIEF SEATTLE'S LETTER
860, http://www.nidlink.com/~bobhard/seattle.html (Lycos)
Chief Seattle at communique.com
Chief Seattle at communique.com Chief Seattle Biography Chief Seattle Chief Seattle (more correctly known as Seathl) was considered to be Duwamish since hi
859, http://www.hyperlink.com/E0030/092ec9c69773a8f2496e3ea491a6c7c127bbc12afd4a38e9/weaver/biog/teacher/seattle.htm (Lycos)
WWW-LARCH-L Archive: Re: Chief Seattle Quote
WWW-LARCH-L Archive: Re: Chief Seattle Quote Re: Chief Seattle Quote Eckart Lange (Lange@ORL.ARCH.ETHZ.CH) Tue, 30 Jan 1996 09:08:44 +0100 Messages sorted by: [date][thread][subject][author] Next message: SteveF1220@AOL.COM: "Re: Chief Seattle Quote" Previous message: bthompson@ASLA.ORG: "new address" Message-Id: <199601300805.DAA22971@listserv.syr.edu> Date: Tue, 30 Jan 1996 09:08:44 +0100 From: Eckart Lange <Lange@ORL.ARCH.ETHZ.CH> Subject: Re: Chief Seattle Quote To: Multiple recipients of list LARCH-L <LARCH-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU>
853, http://www.clr.utoronto.ca/ARCHIVES/HMAIL/larchl/0477.html (Lycos)
WWW-LARCH-L Archive: Re: Chief Seattle Quote
WWW-LARCH-L Archive: Re: Chief Seattle Quote Re: Chief Seattle Quote SteveF1220@AOL.COM Tue, 30 Jan 1996 13:39:06 -0500 Messages sorted by: [date][thread][subject][author] Next message: Lisa Vogel: "Cheap software for students" Previous message: Eckart Lange: "Re: Chief Seattle Quote" Message-I
850, http://www.clr.toronto.edu/ARCHIVES/HMAIL/larchl/0478.html (Lycos)
Archives for 1992-mar: Chief Seattle's Speech
Archives for 1992-mar: Chief Seattle's Speech Chief Seattle's Speech Marcus L. Endicott (mendicott@igc.apc.org) Thu, 12 Mar 1992 14:56:43 -0800 (PST) Messages sorted by: [date][thread][subject][author] Next message: Marian Rose: "Water's hello" Previous message: Ben Masel: "WEEDSTOCK, the Festival" /* Written 9:22 pm Mar 10, 1992 by rdp7784@yak.COM in cdp:gen.nativenet */ /* ---------- "Supposed 'Speech of Chief Seattle'" ---------- */ Original-Sender: rdp7784@yak.COM (Randy Payne) There have been many "versions" of Chief Sealth's (Seattle's) speech in print and posted on the net. Below is a copy of the "honest-to-goodness" original
846, http://welcomehome.org/rainbow/igc-archives/archive-1992/archive-1992-mar/0005.html (Lycos)
Archives for 1992-mar: Chief Seattle's Speech
Chief Seattle's Speech Marcus L. Endicott (mendicott@igc.apc.org) Thu, 12 Mar 1992 14:56:43 -0800 (PST) Messages sorted by: [date][thread][subject][author] Next message: Marian Rose: "Water's hello" Previous message: Ben Masel: "WEEDSTOCK, the Festival" /* Written 9:22 pm Mar 10, 1992 by rdp7784@yak.COM in cdp:gen.nativenet */ /* ---------- "Supposed 'Speech of Chief Seattle'" ---------- */ Original-Sender: rdp7784@yak.COM (Randy Payne) There have been many "versions" of Chief Sealth's (Seattle's) speech in print and posted on the net. Below is a copy of the "honest-to-goodness" original speech reprinted (without permission) from a book titled, Chief Seattle's
845, http://www.welcomehome.org/rainbow/igc-archives/archive-1992/archive-1992-mar/0005.html (Lycos)
Chief Seattle
Chief Seattle Chief Seattle In 1851 the Suquamish and other Indian tribes around Washington's Puget Sound were faced with a proposed treaty which in part persuaded them to sell two million acres of land for $150,000. Chief Seattle of the Suquamish tribe was a very spiritual and articulate man. If he gave a speech on that occasion, it might well have sounded like this: "How can you buy or sell the sky, the warmth of the land? The idea is strange to us. If we do not own the freshness of the air and the sparkle of the water, how can you buy them? Every part of this earth is sacred to my people. Every shining pine needle, every sandy shore, every mist in the dark woods, every clearing and humming
845, http://www.protree.com/worldtrans/whole/chiefseattle.html (Lycos)
General Information about Seattle [Seanet]
842, http://www.seattle.net:80/General/GeneralInfo.html (Inktomi)
Chief Seattle: Realist
1855 SEATTLE, WASHINGTON In 1855, Chief Seathl -- also known as Seattle -- of the Suquamish- and Salish-speaking tribes, signed the Port Elliott Treaty. When white settlers came to the Northwest after the California Gold Rush, the Indians gave them a warm welcome and, in 1852, the whites named their small Puget Sound settlement Seattle, after the chief.
820, http://www.adventure.com/library/encyclopedia/america/seattle.html (Excite)
Chief Seattle at communique.com
Chief Seattle (more correctly known as Seathl) was considered to be Duwamish since his mother, Scholitza, was the daughter of a Duwamish chief and the line of descendancy follows matrilineally. He gained control of six of the local tribes and continued the friendly relations with the local whites that had been established by his father.
800, http://hyperlink.com/E0020/ClhK2z9TUDX3BEUdhIYKbpnCGI5tTZB9/weaver/biog/teacher/seattle.htm (Excite)
The Emerald Web, Seattle
Each topic might also include a few links to pages from sites in other regions, but only if they are particularly useful or if they are collections that can be used as good starting points to find related information. If you know of any more Seattle or Washington State links I can add to these pages, if you have any comments or suggestions, or if you just want to say hi, send e-mail to:...
760, http://www.cyberspace.com/bobk/home.html (Excite)
Chief Seattle - Earth, 1854, prepared by Mountain Man Graphics, Australia
744, http://magna.com.au:80/~prfbrown/thechief.html (Inktomi)
http://www.seanet.com/Seattle/General/GeneralInfo.html
1. Washington State Demographic Stats, by County
2. Land Area
3. Population
518, http://www.seanet.com/Seattle/General/GeneralInfo.html (OpenText)
INTERNET RESOURCES FOR INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH
INTERNET RESOURCES FOR INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH. This homepage of annotated links is being maintained to assist institutional researchers and faculty and students in
500, http://apollo.gmu.edu/~jmilam/air95.html (AltaVista)


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