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HistoryLink
HistoryLink is an evolving online encyclopedia of Seattle and King County history.  

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Then/Again: Pioneer Square Totem Pole 8/29/2013
The iconic Pioneer Square landmark has Northwest feel and charm today. Learn about its trouble background and what it meant to City leaders at the time.
Then/Again: George Washington Memorial Bridge 8/24/2013
Learn about the history of the large bridge, known around town as the Aurora Bridge. Plus, find out how a troll came to live under the shadow of the structure.
Then/Again: Olympic Hotel 8/22/2013
Presidents, heroes and high society -- see how the Olympic Hotel (now the Fairmont Hotel) was the grand dame during her debut.
Then/Again: Westlake Avenue 9/5/2012
Westlake Avenue is a bustling corridor that runs along Lake Union downtown, but how did it come to be? Find out how City planners came up with the idea to create what is now a vital road for the Emerald City. Produced in partnership with HistoryLink.
Then/Again: Luna Park 8/30/2012
Heading to the beach is a time honored tradition. At one time, Seattle`s beach also offered a "Coney Island` type destination at Luna Park. Learn about the history of this West Seattle treasure, from the roller coaster to the longest bar in town. And find out how when the tide is just right, you can catch a glimpse of the fun-filled past of Luna Park. Produced in partnership with HistoryLink.
HistoryLink.org 10 year celebration 9/18/2008
HistoryLink.org celebrates 10 years of making history in Seattle, King County and Wasington State. National Book Award winner and New York Times columnist Tim Egan gives a presentation.
HistoryLink Ballard 10/23/2002
Host Walt Crowley investigates Ballard's past, from 'shingle capital of the world' to the building of the Hiram Chittenden Locks.
HistoryLink Columbia City 10/23/2002
Walt Crowley visits one of Seattle's oldest neighborhoods, Columbia City.
HistoryLink Georgetown 10/23/2002
HistoryLink is an evolving online encyclopedia of Seattle and King County history. In this edition, host Walt Crowley takes viewers on a tour of Georgetown; home to many Seattle 'firsts' including first race track and brewery.
HistoryLink Seattle Baseball 10/23/2002
Host Walt Crowley talks about the evolution of Seattle`s baseball teams over the years.
HistoryLink Seattle Parks System 10/22/2002
Beginning with the Olmsted Brothers, host Walt Crowley discusses the development of the Seattle Parks System.
HistoryLink West Seattle 10/21/2002
This week's program finds host Walt Crowley in West Seattle. We learn about Seattle's first settlers at Alki point and the growth of the area.
HistoryLink Queen Anne Neighborhood 10/10/2002
HistoryLink is an evolving online encyclopedia of Seattle and King County history. In this edition, host Walt Crowley takes viewers on a tour of the Queen Anne neighborhood.
HistoryLink The Denny Regrade 10/9/2002
In this week's edition, host Walt Crowley visits Belltown - the area formerly known as the Denny Regrade.





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