A history of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, on its deathbed





The Seattle Post-Intelligencer was published first as “The Gazette” in 1863, serving a Seattle population of about 250.

For 145 years, it has chronicled the lives of Seattleites and of Seattle itself.

“It just seems like a violation of common sense that the P-I should stop,” said Seattle historian Paul Dorpat. He calls the P-I the single most important source for local history.


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