Sand Point: From Mud Lake to Magnuson Park -- a Slideshow Photo Essay

  • By Walt Crowley
  • Posted 9/27/2004
  • HistoryLink.org Essay 7047
This is a slideshow photo essay on the history of Sand Point, located on Lake Washington in Northeast Seattle, from settlement in 1855 to the rededication of an expanded Magnuson Park in 2004. Written and Curated by Walt Crowley. Presented by the Seattle Department of Parks and Recreation.

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