Image: Darcy Hanson, left, and Ken Workman, on the second floor of the building that now occupies the spot where the one and only photograph of Chief Seattle was created. Workman is Chief Seattle's great-great-great-great grandson and Hanson manages the café and rental units. Image: Ken Workman wears a woven cedar hat much like the one visible in the only photograph of his great-great-great-great grandfather Chief Seattle. Image: A drugstore in a wooden building where Merchant's Cafe now stands was the location of Sammis' photo studio, where the one and only photograph of Chief Seattle was created circa 1865. Images: Images of Chief Seattle, include, from left to right, Edward Sammis' original circa 1865 photo, a colorized variation from sometime later and a version with hand-painted
Chief Seattle descendant Ken Workman speaks out