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History Café: Remembering Princess Angeline

History Café: Remembering Princess Angeline

Museum of History and Industry
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South Lake Café at MOHAI

Join a lively discussion about history on the 3rd Wednesday of the month at MOHAI's South Lake Café. Each conversation features a different topic, and invites history enthusiasts to participate. Grab a cup of coffee—or a glass of wine—and enjoy learning about the past! History Cafe is co-presented with MOHAI, The Seattle Public Library, and HistoryLink.org. In July, learn about Chief Seattle’s daughter, Kikisoblu (c. 1820 – 1896), also known as Princess Angeline. Princess Angeline was a frequent subject of photographs, including the now iconic image taken by Edward Curtis. This program seeks to understand the legacy of Kikisoblu, putting images of her in conversation with historic and personal stories of her life. Curtis’s photograph of Kikisoblu will be on display during the program, along with rarely seen material from MOHAI's collections. Generous support provided by RealNetworks Foundation and The Hugh and Jane Ferguson Foundation

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