Washington Tribes

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Tell us what you’ve learned about tribes in Washington and what inspires you about the future. 

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Additional Resources

Washington Indian Tribes Supplement
Click on image below to download this 8-page educational supplement.

Note, this supplement was published on October 7, 2020 in the Bellingham Herald, The Olympian, The News Tribune and Tri-City Herald.

Washington Tribes Resources
Click on image below to download the full resource list and website links. 

Create Salmon Art
(Grades K-3)

Create your own salmon art or download this image from Squaxin Island Tribe and make it your own.
Click on image below to download.

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