MUCKLESHOOT MESSENGER

November 2023

Vol. XXIV, No. 6
Muckleshoot indian reservation, wash.
November 2023

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UW College of Arts & Science: Building a Family Through Tribal Canoe Journey

The UW participated in its first Tribal Canoe Journey, with students, faculty, staff, and alums working together as a family — the Shell House Canoe Family, č̓away̓altxʷ ʔiišəd — to make it all happen.

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First Coho Fishery on a Free-Flowing Elwha River in More Than a Century

The Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe’s first Coho fishery on an Elwha River unimpeded by dams in more than 100 years got underway in mid-October. Tribal member Jonathan Arakawa shares his thoughts.

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We’ve Always Been Here: A Healing Journey for a Group of Indigenous Climbers

Rachel Heaton shares her experience leading six other native mountaineers up Tahoma, or Mount Rainier, to increase Native visibility and raise awareness of the ancient relationship between Tahoma and the Indigenous peoples who honor her.

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Vice-Chair Donny Stevenson Delivers Keynote Indigenous Day Address at Seattle City Hall

Read the transcription of Muckleshoot Vice-Chairman Donny Stevenson’s keynote address to a large, nearly all-Native gathering celebrating Indigenous Peoples Day after marching from Westlake Park to Seattle City Hall.

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The Muckleshoot Messenger is a Tribal publication created by the Muckleshoot Office of Media Services. Tribal community members and Tribal employees are welcome to submit items to the newspaper such as news, calendar items, photos, poems, and artwork.