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Arthur Denny proposes white-woman suffrage amendment in the Territorial Legislature's first session on February 28, 1854.

Freight train from the East arrives in Seattle over new transcontinental tracks on February 28, 1893.

State Representative Pearl Wanamaker's attempt to override Governor Hartley's veto of Deception Pass toll bridge legislation fails on February 28, 1929.

Voters approve the incorporation of East Wenatchee on February 28, 1935.

Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Board authorizes construction of a branch bank building in Seattle on February 28, 1949.

City of Federal Way incorporates on February 28, 1990.

City of SeaTac incorporates on February 28, 1990.

Burien officially incorporates on February 28, 1993.

Marie Svoboda closes her yoga studio on February 28, 1998.

Earthquake registering 6.8 on Richter Scale jolts Seattle and Puget Sound on February 28, 2001.

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