End of a long journey

 

 

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Members of the Lummi youth canoe family land their canoes in Marine Park on July 24. The journey united members of the Lummi, Semiahmoo and Haida nations for a five-day voyage. The canoe family has made the journey each year for nearly a century, but this was the first time the trip ended in Blaine. On July 25, the canoe family performed traditional dances and songs at a potlatch reception in Marine Park.

Photo by Ruth Lauman

 

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  1. Myron Williams August 2, 2015, 3:04 pm

    Is there anyway we could get a copy of the pics, we live in Blaine, I am a Status Native Indians (Lived here 11 years) Canadian by birth – North American Native by choice

    Thank you

    Myron Williams

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