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Chevalier Remembered for His Work for the Mitchell Bay Band, and As An Expert Fisherman
Charles Chevalier’s family had fished in the San Juan Islands forever. And he knew the impending decision in U.S. v...
San Juan Island's Iconic House Posts Celebrate 10 Years
Residents of San Juan Island, Washington, the original home of the Lummi, Samish and Songhees peoples, are raising money for the care and preservation of house posts that overlook ...
Return of the Old One: Historical Society Repatriates Samish Canoe to Tribe
Ownership of a Samish canoe, believed to date from pre-contact, has been formally transferred to the Samish Indian Nation from the San Juan Island Historical Society & Museum i...
Samish, Museum Make Agreement for Canoe’s Care
The San Juan Historical Museum has made an agreement with the Samish Indian Nation for the care of an indigenous 16-foot cedar canoe believed to date from the pre-settlement era...