Sun, Nov 17 | Room 109

The Early History of the University District

After ages as a Native homestead and a period as farmsteads, a railroad and a trolley line transformed the area into a residential district. Join Amy Colbert PhD, Assistant Director of the Unity Museum to learn about the Early History of the University District. All are welcome!
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The Early History of the University District

Time & Location

Nov 17, 2019, 12:30 PM – 2:00 PM
Room 109, 5031 University Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105, USA

About the Event

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After ages as a Native homestead and a period as farmsteads, a railroad and a trolley line transformed the area into a residential district. With the growth of the university and the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exhibition of 1909, it has become the commercial district along the Ave surrounded by fraternities, sororities, and stately old homes as we know them today. 

Under increased population pressures it faces radical transformation that threatens to efface its human scale and the human history that has made us who we are. 

Join Amy Colbert PhD, Assistant Director of the Unity Museum to learn about the Early History of the University District. 

All are welcome!

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