The speech or "letter" attributed to Chief Seattle has been widely cited as a "
powerful, bittersweet plea for ...
Chief Seattle summary: A chief to the Duwamish people his native name is ... In
March of 1854 he gave a speech to a great number of people just outside of ...
Chief Seattle creates a passionate and a sorrow tone thorough diction and
imagery. He made his speech passionate and sorrow to move the audience's
In 1854, Chief Seattle, leader of the Suquamish tribe in the Washington territory,
delivered this prophetic speech to mark the transferral of ancestral Indian lands ...
Jul 18, 2002 ... There are two versions of the speech of Seattle, chief of the Suquamish. Below is
one version. The other follows.
Then a New York Times article (April 21, 1992) informed me that the "Seattle
Speech" of which I was so fond was a fiction. Chief Seattle (or "See-ahth") of the ...
Chief Seattle's Speech ''When the last redman has vanished from the earth, and
the memory is only the shadow of a cloud moving across the prairie, these ...
His Native Eloquence, Etc., Etc. by Henry A. Smith Scraps from a Diary: Chief ...
Old Chief Seattle was the largest Indian I ever saw, and by far the noblest-looking
. .... The above is but a fragment of his speech, and lacks all the charm lent by the
Below is a translation of excerpts from Chief Seattle's (Chief Sealth) reply to
President Franklin Pierce in December of that year. His speech has been
Chief Seattle, 1854. It is said that this version was written by Ted Perry and he
wrote the speech in the late 70's for a movie called "Home" which was produced