Seattle City Streets Push Pin Map Wall Art

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Standard maps will enter production right away, within the next business day. Larger orders may take more time.

All push pin board maps (framed or canvas wrap) include push pins, are easy to hang, and ship free in the continental US. We'll select the optimal shipping method for fast delivery.

For personalized maps we collaborate closely to guarantee satisfaction. Expect a proof to be sent to you. Your swift responses will facilitate the production and shipping process.

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If there are any problems with your map we will take care of you. Returns for all maps are straightforward and hassle-free.

For personalized maps, engaging with the email proofs we send ensures that the final product meets your expectations precisely.

We have 30+ years of cartography experience, meticulously craft each order by hand to ensure excellence, and 100% guarantee your satisfaction. We produce maps that are built to last, with state of the art production and archival quality materials.

Personalize Your Map

Customize with quotes, legends, or dedications using "Personalize Map" options to craft your masterpiece map. Or reach out to us if you don't see the option you want.

We collaborate with you from design to approval of your proof so that you are 100% happy before we print and ship.

Our excellent customer service is always open to you.

Seattle Map, Map of Seattle

From Pike Place Market to the Space Needle, Seattle is a city known for its rainy weather, booming tech industry, and famous coffee culture. (Did we mention it is home to the first Starbucks?!) Bring The Emerald City to life with our Seattle Map. The impressive details of roads, trails, railways, rivers, and more will give you a new perspective of your favorite city. Choose between different map styles, frames, and custom titles.

About The Map:

At GeoJango, we are experts in developing products of the highest quality display, using GIS mapping. Each map art print is created using open street maps, a comprehensive worldwide database of roads, streets, and other features. Each of our five unique styles are designed through programming thousands of layers within each map. In turn, our maps are the most accurate, high-quality, and stylish on the market.

Style Options:

Our City Maps come in 5 design options: Toner, Night, Pencil, Ganymede, and Retro.

Toner - This map is our classic black and white style. It is crisp, clean, and the perfect addition to any space.

Night - This style will showcase the nightlife of your favorite city. The variation of grey tones will complement any home.

Pencil- Our etched, pencil design is a crowd favorite. The beautiful ocean pattern and neutral color palette complement any of your favorite cities.  

Ganymede - Named after Jupiter’s largest moon, this style is bound to make a statement in any spot. The muted blue and teal tones give this map a unique look that showcases the different streets, topography, and more.

Retro - This option will add the perfect pop of color to any space. The retro map view makes water features, parks, and roadways pop.

Construction: Our Framed City Maps are printed on high quality Photo Satin Paper and can be used with push pins. We mount the map on a high quality pin board using heavy machinery for a lasting bound.

Applications: Decorate your home, office, boat house, cabin, or vacation home with the city you live in, one you’ve traveled to, or as inspiration for your next adventure.

A Great Gift for: Seattlites, Mariners fans, coffee-lovers, geography enthusiasts, and anyone else with a place in their heart for Seattle. This is the perfect birthday, house warming, and holiday gift for all!

Optionally Personalize your map:

Make this map your own by creating a custom title and subtitle. Get creative and write why Seattle is unique to you.

Quality and Guarantee:

We stand behind our work and guarantee the highest level of construction and quality. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any problems with your map, and we will coordinate to ensure you are happy with your order.

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Unique gift idea

Bought this as a gift for my brother who lives in Seattle. I can't wait to give it to him over the holidays.

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History of the City

The history of Seattle is a story of growth, innovation, and the enduring spirit of the Pacific Northwest. From its humble beginnings as a small logging and fishing outpost to its present status as a major technology and cultural hub, Seattle's journey is a testament to the city's ability to adapt and thrive.

The earliest inhabitants of the Seattle area were Indigenous peoples, including the Duwamish, Suquamish, and Coast Salish tribes, who had lived in the region for thousands of years. These Native American communities thrived on the abundant natural resources of the Pacific Northwest, relying on salmon and other seafood, as well as the rich forests for sustenance and shelter.

In the mid-19th century, European and American settlers began to arrive in the area. The first permanent non-Native settlement was established by the Denny Party in 1851, near what is now Alki Beach in West Seattle. This settlement marked the birth of Seattle, named after Chief Sealth of the Duwamish and Suquamish tribes, who had a friendly relationship with the early settlers.

Seattle's early economy was based on timber and fishing, and the city quickly became a major player in the Pacific Northwest's lumber industry. The arrival of the Northern Pacific Railroad in the late 19th century further boosted the city's growth, making it a transportation hub for the region.

The late 19th century also saw Seattle's first major population boom, as people flocked to the city in search of economic opportunities. The Klondike Gold Rush of 1897 brought a wave of prospectors and entrepreneurs, as Seattle served as the last major supply point for those heading north to the goldfields in Alaska and Canada.

In the early 20th century, Seattle continued to prosper, with the expansion of its port and shipping industry. However, the city faced significant challenges during the Great Depression, leading to economic hardship for many residents. Seattleites rallied together during this period, participating in labor strikes and forming unions to advocate for workers' rights.

World War II had a profound impact on Seattle, as the city became a vital center for wartime production. Boeing, which had its origins in Seattle, played a crucial role in producing aircraft for the war effort. The influx of wartime jobs and military personnel further transformed the city.

The post-war era marked a period of economic growth and cultural development. Seattle's aerospace industry continued to thrive, and in the 1960s, the city gained recognition for its role in the civil rights movement and activism. Seattle became a hub for the counterculture movement, with the University of Washington and its surrounding neighborhoods serving as centers of anti-war and civil rights protests.

In the late 20th century, Seattle experienced another transformation, this time driven by the technology industry. The emergence of companies like Microsoft and Amazon turned the city into a global tech hub. Seattle's rapid growth attracted a diverse population, contributing to its vibrant cultural scene, including music, art, and cuisine.

Today, Seattle is a dynamic, forward-thinking city with a thriving economy, renowned educational institutions, and a strong commitment to environmental sustainability. It is known for its iconic landmarks, including the Space Needle, Pike Place Market, and the stunning natural beauty of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains.

The history of Seattle reflects the city's ability to adapt to changing circumstances and its enduring spirit of innovation. It remains a place where the pioneering and adventurous come to explore new frontiers, both in technology and the great outdoors, making it a truly unique and vibrant metropolis in the Pacific Northwest.