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Tribal Canoe Journeys
Annual Northwest Tribal Canoe Journey
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First Nations Youth Canoe More Than a Thousand Miles

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How Far You Paddled and Not How Far You Trailored
1993 to 2003 Canoe Journeys
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First Nations, local community groups, and police agencies
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Song On The Water: The Return of the Great Canoes

Resurgence of the Canoe Nations

War Chief Canoe Club

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Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug Canoe Trip
2004
Delpine Matthews and Fellow Paddlers of the Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug Canoe Trip 2004 - Big Trout Lake First Nation to Fort Severn | Chief Donny Morris Participates in the Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug Canoe Trip 2004 - Big Trout Lake First Nation to Fort Severn
Big Trout Lake First Nation

Paddling to Washaho
Fort Severn Chief and Council worked with their community elders and youth to support their nine day wilderness canoe trip from Beaver Lake back to their community and homes. Two elders and eighteen young people worked together to complete this trip of living off the land, harvesting wild game each day. The group hunted and fished along the journey.
A Healing Journey

Summer 2004

Squaxin Island Tribe
Tribal members arrived August 18, 2004 by canoe to take part in the welcome pole ceremonies. Pole was raised on land at Mud Bay, on Eld Inlet, Washington State, the site of a ten thousand year old tribal fishing village. The pole was raised in honor of the cooperation between the tribe, local and state officials and the property owner to respect and protect the site

August 18, 2004

T'Sou-ke Nation Paddlers
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Summer of 2004
July 29, 2004
below is the arrival of canoes at Songhees
arriving at Songhees Thursday July 29, 2004 | arriving at Songhees Thursday July 29, 2004 | arriving at Songhees Thursday July 29, 2004
T'Sou-ke, Ditidaht, Squamish Nation canoes
arriving at Songhees Thursday July 29, 2004 | arriving at Songhees Thursday July 29, 2004 | arriving at Songhees Thursday July 29, 2004
paddlers from two dozen U.S. Tribes
arriving at Songhees Thursday July 29, 2004 | arriving at Songhees Thursday July 29, 2004
July 26, 2004
below is the afternoon arrival at T'sou-ke Nation
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Just like their relations before them, T'Sou-ke Nation paddlers escort Ditidaht paddlers into the harbour.
Tired and hungry after an 11 hour journey
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The traditional respectful request to come ashore
T'sou-ke Nation Chief David Planes, community members and friends greet the paddlers
with warm and welcoming words, invite them to come ashore, to eat and to rest.
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The Tsopo-Kapuu canoe of the Quinalt Tribe, on loan to Ditidaht paddlers is escorted to the dock,
toward a feast (singing and drumming for their supper) and an overnight campout on shore.
Ditidaht paddlers, singing and drumming just prior to enjoying T'Sou-ke Nation hospitality

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Tribal Journey 2003

The Laoyam Eagles
youth from Mount Currie First Nation and Pemberton, BC,
represented Canada and placed second
The Laoyam Eagles, comprised of youth from Pemberton and Mount Currie First Nation, represented Canada and placed second at the World Junior Dragon Boat championships in 2003
at the World Junior Dragon Boat championships in 2003

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