For other uses, see Sehome (disambiguation).

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Sehome is a neighborhood in Bellingham, Washington. The neighborhood, named after Chief Sehome (S-yah-whom), first platted in 1858, by E.C. Fitzhugh, was originally a town owned by the Bellingham Bay & British Columbia Railroad Company “Bellingham Bay Coal Mine”, later named “Sehome Coal Mine”, (incorporated on July 16, 1888). The name comes from S’Klallam language,S-yah-whom, the name of an early Indian in the area.

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Bellingham

People
History
Newspaper
Waterfront
District Court
Library
Mall
Amtrak
Airport
Transit

Fairhaven
Sehome
Sudden Valley

Landmarks

Aftermath Clubhouse
Bellingham National Bank Building
B.P.O.E. Building
Flatiron Building
Lairmont Manor
Leopold Hotel
Mount Baker Theatre
Old City Hall
Pickett House
T. G. Richards and Company Store

Parks

Bloedel Donovan
Boulevard Park
Cornwall Park
Larrabee State Park
Maritime Heritage Park
Whatcom Falls Park
Sehome Hill Arboretum

Geography

Chuckanut Mountains
Lake Padden
Lake Samish
Lake Whatcom
Sehome Hill
Route 11 (Chuckanut Drive)
Route 539 (The Guide Meridian)

History

Bellingham riots
C. X. Larrabee
Julius Bloedel
George Pickett
George Vancouver
Sir William Bellingham

Museums

American Museum of Radio and Electricity
Bellingham Railway Museum
Whatcom Children’s Museum
Whatcom Museum of History and Art

Education

Bellingham High School
Bellingham School District
Bellingham Technical College
Sehome High School
Squalicum High School
Western Washington University
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