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10,000 years ago (archaeological dating of early villages) For ten thousand years, native people lived and prospered on the lands now known as the Olympic Peninsula.Jamestown S'Klallam website 1592 Juan de Fuca (Spanish) Expedition - NW Coast; reported a strait in area, leading to the Atlantic (mythical, but story persisted 400 yrs.) 1669 Hudson's Bay Company chartered 1774 Juan Perez (Spanish) Expedition - NW Coast; first recorded Indian-white contact on the Pacific Coast with the landing of Spanish sailors near the Hoh River 1775 Juan Francisco Bodega y Cuadra (Spanish) Expedition - NW Coast; lost landing party to Indians near the Hoh (or Quileute) River 1776-78 James Cook (English) Expedition - NW Coast (Mt. Helens, no stops in area) 1780s-1815 English & American merchants hunted Pacific Northwest sea otter for fur trade with China 1787 Charles Barkley (English fur trader) recorded Strait; wife aboard 1788 John Meares (English) Expedition - NW Coast; entered Strait (by naming Mount Olympus, he set a theme for classical names of other features) 1788 Robert Duffin attacked by Klallam Indians at Discovery Bay (with the Meares expedition) 1789 Robert Gray (U.S.) Expedition overland - 1805 passed by southern end of Coast Salish territory at Columbia River; established general American claim to area; est. 800 1807 Simon Fraser (English) descended Fraser River through Salish territory 1810 John Jacob Astor (U.

S.) Expedition - Olympic Peninsula (most names bestowed on landmarks are Chinook jargon, not local native names); reports potatoes being grown by Port Discovery Kallam 1843 City of Victoria (English) founded 1844 James Polk elected U. President 1846 Treaty: Oregon Country transferred from England to U. with border set at 49th parallel (England retained Vancouver Island) 1848 (8/14) Oregon Territory created; bill signed by President Polk; included states WA, OR, ID, some MT, WY 1848 First white man to settle area probably William Jarman who arrived Port Townsend (then "Kah Tai"), settled with Klallam (no property claim) 1849 Polk appointed General Joseph Lane as governor of Oregon Territory 1849 Bureau of Indian Affairs transferred from U. War Department to Interior Department 1849 Vancouver Island declared a British colony 1849 California gold rush; "green gold" in Pacific NW shipped to build California cities 1850-1870 Ferries were sailing sloops or scows, "whitehalls" or canoes, etc.1850-1859 Decade 1850 The Donation Land Act; 320 acres if single, 640 acres if married 1851 (4/24) Port Townsend settled officially: Charles Bachelder, Alfred Plummer (arrived April 24 from California), with Loren B.) customs center established at Olympia 1852 (5/1) Port Townsend population: 3 families, 15 bachelors 1852 Port Townsend platted: 144 blocks; applied for post office 1852 Port Ludlow: Sawmill built (Sayward & Thorndyke) 3,000 board feet/day on Paradise Bay 1852 Glen Cove homesteaded by Albert Briggs (1st customs collector in Port Townsend) 1852 Settlement of Dungeness area begun at Whiskey Flats 1852 (December) Jefferson County carved out of Thurston county in division of Oregon Territory; Port Townsend made county seat 1853 (March) Washington Territory created (193,071 sq. The treaty included provisions for payment of ,000 to the signatory Tribes, payable over 20 years, and the right to fish at their "usual and accustomed places." The S'Klallam did not have a friendly relationship with the Skokomish, many remained near their traditional fishing areas.mi., including WA, north ID, western MT) in division of Oregon Territory; Olympia made capital with Isaac Ingalls Stevens governor; at time, 3,965 pioneers settled in "area" - Port Gamble & Ludlow sawmills, Sequim prairie settlement 1853 A. Trask: first large boat built in the area (Port Discovery), 50 ton schooner built by John E. S.) Coast Survey - Olympic Peninsula (names bestowed on features honor his fiance and her family members) 1853 Klallam murdered master and steward of the John Adams 1853 Chimacum established (British sailors jumped ship, including Bishop and Eldridge) 1853 Port Gamble built as mill town by Pope & Talbot 1854 Klallam population estimated 1,500 warriors (Gibbs) 1854 Smallpox epidemic on Cape Flattery reduced Makah to population of 150 1854 Jefferson County divided in half; north half became Clallam County with county seat at Whiskey Flats 1854 Port Townsend: Customs House/Port of Entry moved from Olympia to Port Townsend (strategic location, lawlessness, smuggling whiskey, stealing logs, etc.); Revenue Cutter Jefferson Davis arrived to police "Key City" 1854 L. 1855 Indian Wars; battle of Seattle finished Native hope of white man leaving 1855 Fort Townsend Built: Blockhouse, established Port Townsend Home Guards (Indian troubles) 1856 Port Townsend: Fort Townsend established 1856? Mastick of San Francisco 1858 Road (first) built: Port Discovery to Port Townsend 1858 Port Townsend source for alcohol debilitating Indians in area (report from Whidbey Island (Gorsline 1992:xix) 1858 Port Ludlow: Sawmill transferred to Amos, Phinney, Hooke of San Francisco 1858 Port Townsend Built: E. Fowler House, Rothschild's Kentucky Store established 1858 Port Townsend: Charles Eisenbeis arrived 1858 Fraser River gold rush 1859 Port Townsend population: 300 whites, 200 Klallam 1859 Port Townsend: 1st newspaper Port Townsend Register by Travers Daniels and Dr.S.) explored Strait for 50 miles (Clallam Bay); 1792 named Columbia River after (one of) his ships 1789-93 Alexander Mackenzie (English) Expedition overland - Fraser River 1790 Manual Quimper (Spanish) Expedition - NW Coast; explored Strait to New Dungeness, and Port Discovery; claimed WA coastline for Spain 1791 Spanish military post established at Discovery Bay 1791 Francisco Eliza (Spanish) Expedition - NW Coast 1791-92 Alejandro Malispina (Spanish) Expedition - NW Coast 1791-93 George Vancouver (English) Expedition - NW Coast - fully explored Strait; named area features for English nobility and his officers: Puget Sound: Peter Puget, Mount Baker: Joseph Baker, Whidbey Island: Joseph Whidbey, Discovery Bay: HMS Discovery Port Townsend: Marquis of Townshend; Admiralty Inlet-took control of area from Spanish 1792 Robert Gray, William Broughton (U.

S.) Expedition - Olympic Peninsula (most names bestowed on landmarks are Chinook jargon, not local native names); reports potatoes being grown by Port Discovery Kallam 1843 City of Victoria (English) founded 1844 James Polk elected U. President 1846 Treaty: Oregon Country transferred from England to U. with border set at 49th parallel (England retained Vancouver Island) 1848 (8/14) Oregon Territory created; bill signed by President Polk; included states WA, OR, ID, some MT, WY 1848 First white man to settle area probably William Jarman who arrived Port Townsend (then "Kah Tai"), settled with Klallam (no property claim) 1849 Polk appointed General Joseph Lane as governor of Oregon Territory 1849 Bureau of Indian Affairs transferred from U. War Department to Interior Department 1849 Vancouver Island declared a British colony 1849 California gold rush; "green gold" in Pacific NW shipped to build California cities 1850-1870 Ferries were sailing sloops or scows, "whitehalls" or canoes, etc.

1850-1859 Decade 1850 The Donation Land Act; 320 acres if single, 640 acres if married 1851 (4/24) Port Townsend settled officially: Charles Bachelder, Alfred Plummer (arrived April 24 from California), with Loren B.

) customs center established at Olympia 1852 (5/1) Port Townsend population: 3 families, 15 bachelors 1852 Port Townsend platted: 144 blocks; applied for post office 1852 Port Ludlow: Sawmill built (Sayward & Thorndyke) 3,000 board feet/day on Paradise Bay 1852 Glen Cove homesteaded by Albert Briggs (1st customs collector in Port Townsend) 1852 Settlement of Dungeness area begun at Whiskey Flats 1852 (December) Jefferson County carved out of Thurston county in division of Oregon Territory; Port Townsend made county seat 1853 (March) Washington Territory created (193,071 sq. The treaty included provisions for payment of ,000 to the signatory Tribes, payable over 20 years, and the right to fish at their "usual and accustomed places." The S'Klallam did not have a friendly relationship with the Skokomish, many remained near their traditional fishing areas.

mi., including WA, north ID, western MT) in division of Oregon Territory; Olympia made capital with Isaac Ingalls Stevens governor; at time, 3,965 pioneers settled in "area" - Port Gamble & Ludlow sawmills, Sequim prairie settlement 1853 A. Trask: first large boat built in the area (Port Discovery), 50 ton schooner built by John E. S.) Coast Survey - Olympic Peninsula (names bestowed on features honor his fiance and her family members) 1853 Klallam murdered master and steward of the John Adams 1853 Chimacum established (British sailors jumped ship, including Bishop and Eldridge) 1853 Port Gamble built as mill town by Pope & Talbot 1854 Klallam population estimated 1,500 warriors (Gibbs) 1854 Smallpox epidemic on Cape Flattery reduced Makah to population of 150 1854 Jefferson County divided in half; north half became Clallam County with county seat at Whiskey Flats 1854 Port Townsend: Customs House/Port of Entry moved from Olympia to Port Townsend (strategic location, lawlessness, smuggling whiskey, stealing logs, etc.); Revenue Cutter Jefferson Davis arrived to police "Key City" 1854 L. 1855 Indian Wars; battle of Seattle finished Native hope of white man leaving 1855 Fort Townsend Built: Blockhouse, established Port Townsend Home Guards (Indian troubles) 1856 Port Townsend: Fort Townsend established 1856? Mastick of San Francisco 1858 Road (first) built: Port Discovery to Port Townsend 1858 Port Townsend source for alcohol debilitating Indians in area (report from Whidbey Island (Gorsline 1992:xix) 1858 Port Ludlow: Sawmill transferred to Amos, Phinney, Hooke of San Francisco 1858 Port Townsend Built: E. Fowler House, Rothschild's Kentucky Store established 1858 Port Townsend: Charles Eisenbeis arrived 1858 Fraser River gold rush 1859 Port Townsend population: 300 whites, 200 Klallam 1859 Port Townsend: 1st newspaper Port Townsend Register by Travers Daniels and Dr.

S.) explored Strait for 50 miles (Clallam Bay); 1792 named Columbia River after (one of) his ships 1789-93 Alexander Mackenzie (English) Expedition overland - Fraser River 1790 Manual Quimper (Spanish) Expedition - NW Coast; explored Strait to New Dungeness, and Port Discovery; claimed WA coastline for Spain 1791 Spanish military post established at Discovery Bay 1791 Francisco Eliza (Spanish) Expedition - NW Coast 1791-92 Alejandro Malispina (Spanish) Expedition - NW Coast 1791-93 George Vancouver (English) Expedition - NW Coast - fully explored Strait; named area features for English nobility and his officers: Puget Sound: Peter Puget, Mount Baker: Joseph Baker, Whidbey Island: Joseph Whidbey, Discovery Bay: HMS Discovery Port Townsend: Marquis of Townshend; Admiralty Inlet-took control of area from Spanish 1792 Robert Gray, William Broughton (U.

S.) Expedition - NW Coast (see 1789) 1792 Alexander Baranov (Russian) Expedition - NW Coast 1792 Spanish military post established at Neah Bay 1803-06 Lewis & Clark (U.