The Descendants of Fort Nisqually Employees Association

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About Us

Our goals and objectives are to meet and discuss our mutual legacy as descendants of Fort Nisqually employees and/or of the Puget Sound Agricultural Company employees, to establish family records for research using the Dupont Historical Museum as our repository, and to gather and record any and all records pertaining to Fort Nisqually and the Puget Sound Agricultural Company.

Our fall meeting will be held on Sunday October 6, 2013.
See the calendar of events for more information.

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Recent News

Pierce Prairie Post article on Hudson Bay Company Descendants in south Pierce County

Becoming a Member

To join, complete our application forms which includes a genealogical family chart, proving that you are descended from an employee of Fort Nisqually and/or Puget Sound Agricultural Company, c. 1833-1870, and, pay our current membership fee of $5.00.

City of Dupont Plans for the 1833 Fort Site

On June 15, 2010, the City of Dupont will meet regarding Historical Preservation of the 1833 Fort Nisqually Site. Roxanne Woodruff has written the following response to the City Council.
RE: DuPont City Council Study Session Regarding Historical Preservation Stakeholders Discussion

Newsletter Archives

Descendants of Fort Nisqually Employees Association — October 2013
The Sequalitchew No. 14 — May 2010
The Sequalitchew No. 13 — October 2009
The Sequalitchew No. 12 — October 2008
The Sequalitchew No. 11 — May 2008
The Sequalitchew No. 10 — October 2007
The Sequalitchew No.  9 — May 2007
The Sequalitchew No.  8 — October 2006
The Sequalitchew No.  7 — May 2006
The Sequalitchew No.  6 — October 2005
The Sequalitchew No.  5 — May 2005
The Sequalitchew No.  4 — October 2004
The Sequalitchew No.  3 — May 2004
The Sequalitchew No.  2 — October 2003
The Sequalitchew No.  1 — May 2003

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