1989: Nearing the end of their historic 170-mile journey, Quileute and Hoh canoes are paddled across Elliott Bay to meet other canoe families at Alki during Washington centennial celebration. (Image: Alan Berner / Seattle Times). See more images and read the full article "30 years after the Paddle to Seattle, Tribal Canoe Journeys represent healing and revival."
Creator - United States, Bureau of Indian Affairs. Office of Indian Affairs. Tulalip Agency.
Subject - Tulalip Indian Reservation, Port Madison Indian Reservation
Source - Washington State University Libraries Digital Collection
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