Pier 48

A Complex History and a Critical Time to Move Forward

The last vacant lot on the Seattle waterfront is more than just a development opportunity. It is a location that carries memories of Native settlements, economic development and environmental changes by white settlers, and a history of efforts by those settlers to erase the natives and non-whites who sought to make their lives in Seattle.

Native Americans on Ballast Island at the Pier 48 site.

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