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Marysville, Washington, known as the Strawberry City, is in Snohomish County. The town was settled as a direct result of the Point Elliott Treaty in 1855, which allowed for the Tulalip people to live on a reservation and allowed settlements on the land which once belonged to them. The lumber industry was dominant there, and a trading post was established and run by James Comeford and his wife Maria, both of whom were instrumental in facilitating the growth of the town. It was officially incorporated in 1891. Marysville, Washington, known as the Strawberry City, is in Snohomish County. The town was settled as a direct result of the Point Elliott Treaty in 1855, which allowed for the Tulalip people to live on a reservation and allowed settlements on the land which once belonged to them. The lumber industry was dominant there, and a trading post was established and run by James Comeford and his wife Maria, both of whom were instrumental in facilitating the growth of the town. It was officially incorporated in 1891.

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