The city of Bothell, Washington is a snug little town that’s located in Snohomish and King Counties. It has a small population with a little over 30,000 people. The town was previously known as being annexed with Alderwood Manor-Bothell North. When the Europeans first came to Sammamish River, they encountered a Native American tribe called the Sammamish. It consisted of about 200 people. After the Puget War that took place in 1856, the tribe was relocated to a reservations and to non-reservation lands.