Sheridan, Washington

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Sheridan was a small town in southeast King County (Washington). Some amount of silver mining went on in Sheridan in the 1890s. There was a post office in Sheridan from 1892 to 1895. In addition, there was a hotel, store and a mill.[1][2]

Geography[edit]

Sheridan was located near present-day Maple Valley, Washington.

History[edit]

Suquamish tribe chairperson Martha George "was born in Sheridan ... on April 28, 1892, at a logging camp where her mother and grandmother worked as cooks."[3]

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