How the Ballard Locks Changed Seattle Forever
As we celebrate 100 years since the construction of the Ballard locks and ship canal, we look back on how carving out Seattle’s waterways forever reshaped our landscape and economy.
The site where the Ballard locks were to be built needed to be kept dry, so a cofferdam was erected around the construction area, seen in this photo taken in 1915.
Niki Stojnic, In partnership with Jennifer Ott, David Williams and the staff of HistoryLink
Tumultuous Capitol Hill Neighborhood is a Beacon of Change
Walking through one of Seattle's oldest 'hoods, Steve Scher discovers that while the future looms in every direction, each step takes you through the past.
The Rainier Chapter House of the Daughters was modeled after Mount Vernon.