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Suquamish is located on the Kitsap Peninsula in the Puget Sound region of Washington state.

Suquamish, located on the Port Madison Indian Reservation, is home of the Suquamish tribe.

One of the most influential leaders of the Northwest, Chief Seattle, lived here and he is buried at Suquamish Memorial Cemetery behind St. Peters Mission.

The name Suquamish comes from the original main village site along Agate Pass , called "d'suq'wub," which means "place of clear water."

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Ends at WA-3.pngPoulsbo  NW noframe SE  Bainbridge IslandEND

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