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Jeremiah and Kate Borst file the first plat for Fall City on July 27, 1887.

First Birney streetcar goes into service in Seattle on July 27, 1916.

U.S. President Warren G. Harding makes his last speech in Seattle on July 27, 1923.

Stanwood and Camano Island residents build a park in one day on July 27, 1949.

Cease-fire agreement marks the end of the Korean War on July 27, 1953.

Ferry Nisqually collides with Chinese freighter on July 27, 1963.

Captive orca whale Namu arrives in Seattle on July 27, 1965.

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