Issaquah Homes & Real Estate
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Issaquah, WA - “A Special Place, Where People Care”
The area in which the city of Issaquah lies today was originally known as Squak by the local Native Americans that lived in the area. The name referred to the sounds of the many waterfowl that inhabited the numerous creeks and streams in the valley. The settlers in the area renamed the town after the man who brought the railroad through and on April 29, 1892, the town of Gilman was incorporated into King County. Initially, Gilman was a small mining town developed to service the mining industry of the nearby Cascade foothills. In 1899, the townsfolk changed the name to from Gilman back to a angelified version of the original name and thus the town of Issaquah was born. As the mining deposits in the nearby foothills were depleted, several timber companies realized the potential for a very lucrative lumber business and exported lumber from Issaquah to the growing surrounding areas. Issaquah has since shifted to a more regional focus with the ever growing nearby economy. Boeing and Microsoft have played a major role in the local economy for decades. Both Boeing and Microsoft have significantly affected Issaquah's history, cultural development, and diverse population through their active community participation and attraction of outside residents.