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New Signage Final Step in Preserving Legacy of Licton Springs as Indigenous Landmark

by Alexa Peters


Nearly two years since earning a cultural landmark designation from the City of Seattle, Licton Springs Park, known as líq’tәd (pronounced LEE’kteed) in the Lushootseed language of the Coast Salish people, will have new signage installed on July 14 that will explain the cultural significance of this North Seattle site, in particular its ochre-colored spring, to the region’s history and Indigenous community.

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