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The Story of De-Dowble-Sa, the Founding Mother of Mukilteo, part 2 | Muk Revisited

Editor's note: This is a second of a two-part series on De-Dowble-Sa, regarded as the Founding Mother of Mukilteo. De-Dowble-Sa seems to have been closest to her eldest child,... — Updated 10/20/2022


The history of the Boeing Everett plant | Muk Revisited

It started with a handshake between two men. Bill Allen, Boeing's head of production, and Juan Trippe, the president of Pan American Airways, were on a fishing trip in 1965. The agr... — Updated 11/3/2021


Mukilteo’s Polish community l Muk Revisited

Crown Lumber attracted laborers from all over the world. The best known are the Japanese workers who came to Mukilteo in the early 1900s. Not so well-known are the Poles. About six... — Updated 9/26/2018


John H. Davis: Boom to Bust

Logger John H. Davis was built to cut down trees. Six feet, two inches tall, with powerful shoulders and long legs, he matched his strength with the best of them at the slightest provocation or challenge. He bought timber land and... — Updated 7/3/2018 Full story

 By Margaret Summitt    News

A look back at Mukilteo’s historic Bay View Hotel

This article was first published in the Sounder research quarterly of the Sno-Isle Genealogical Society, vol. 24 Issue 3 (Fall 2010). Corrections were made by Ann Collier. -Ed. The... — Updated 7/3/2013 Full story


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