"සියැටල්" හි සංශෝධන අතර වෙනස්කම්

සුළු (r2.6.3) (රොබෝ එකතු කරමින්: hr:Poglavica Seattle)
Seattle earned his reputation at a young age as a leader and a warrior, ambushing and defeating groups of enemy raiders coming up the [[Green River (Washington)|Green River]] from the [[Cascade Range|Cascade]] foothills, and attacking the [[Chemakum]] and the [[S'Klallam (Jamestown)|S'Klallam]], tribes living on the [[Olympic Peninsula]]. He was also a slave owner. He was very tall for a Puget Sound native at nearly six feet. He was also known as an orator, and his voice is said to have carried half a mile or more when he addressed an audience.
 
He married well, taking wives fromrom the village of Tola'ltu just southeast of [[Duwamish Head]] on [[Elliott Bay]] (now part of [[West Seattle, Seattle, Washington|West Seattle]]). His first wife died after bearing a daughter. A second wife bore him sons and daughters. The most famous of his children was [[Princess Angeline]]. After the death of one of his sons, he sought and received [[baptism]] in the [[Roman Catholic Church]], probably in 1848 near [[Olympia, Washington]]. His children were also baptized and raised in the faith, and his conversion marked his emergence as a leader seeking cooperation with incoming American settlers.<ref>[http://content.lib.washington.edu/aipnw/buerge2.html "Chief Seattle and Chief Joseph: From Indians to Icons", by David M. Buerge]</ref>
 
 
== ඒක්සත් ජනපද ජනපතිට යැවූ ලිපිය (1854) ==
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