WARREN G. MAGNUSON PARK
History - Pre-Euro American Settlement
Warren G. Magnuson Park Information:
7400 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115 >
Administrative office visiting address:
6310 NE 74th St, bldg
30 southeast offices
Administrative office mail:
6310 NE 74th St., Suite 109E, Seattle,
Native American group possibly associated with the "hloo-weelth-AHBSH"
peoples inhabited three longhouses on the shores of Wolf Bay, immediately
south of Sand Point. Identified the following places near or on the Sand
- small prairie (BEbqwa'bEks) near the current Windermere community
- Mud Lake "wee-SAHL-pubsh" (Wisa'lpEbc) which may mean
- Sand Point "sqwab" (SqWsEb)
- northern shore near Pontiac Bay "T!uda'xEde" or "plant
with small, inedible white berries"
- Pontiac Bay, "Sla'gwElagwEts" or "cedar bark where
- channel connecting Mud Lake to Lake Washington "TCHAAHL-ko"
(Tc!aa'Lqo) "hidden water"
October 19, 2006