Tacoma, Washington State is located at the southern end of Puget Sound, and now surrounds the historical site of Fort Nisqually, an HBC trading post.
In 1884, Tacoma incorporated, and by 1890 its population reached 36,000, thanks to booming business in lumber processing, coal mining, and a variety of exports.1
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Nisqually, or Fort Nisqually

Puget Sound