University Place, Washington: Chief Seattle Computer Bust

Chief Seattle allegedly gave a speech in 1854 on how no one can own the Land. His friend, the White Man, named a city after him! Artist Richard Van Buskirk used an early computer to design the 4 ft. tall bust in the 1970s.
7948 27th St W, University Place, WA
West of Tacoma. 27th and Sunset Dr.
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Chief Seattle. Chief Seattle Blocky Bust

Large stylized bust of Chief Seattle, accompanied by an embellished version of a speech he gave in 1854.

[Edward E, 10/25/2011]

He told them no one could "own" the Land -- and after they owned the land, they named a city after him!

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