Posted on July 20, 2013 by suetv
Native Tribal Canoe Journey 2013 – Paddle to Quinault – is on!
Native ocean-going canoes from Washington State, Oregon, British Columbia, Canada, and possibly Alaska are making their way to the Washington Coast Quinault Village of Taholah. All the canoes will gather at Quinault August 1st and will participate in Native Protocol, Songs, Presentations, Gift-giving, and Feasting through August 6th. (See Canoe Journey Schedules, below.)
Canoes of the Puget Sound and Skagit:
Canoes land in Suquamish on July 19th and only spend 1 night and leave on the 20th.
Dates shown are arrival dates:
July 19 Suquamish
July 20 Little Boston
July 21 Port Townsend
July 22 Jamestown
July 23 Elwha
July 24 Elwha
July 25 Pillar Point
July 26 Neah Bay
July 27 Ozette
July 28 La Push
July 29 La Push
July 30 Hoh River
July 31 Queets
Aug 1- 6 Quinault
Warm Springs Canoe Project – 2013 Native Tribal Canoe Journey
Columbia River Canoe Schedule
(Subject to change)
July 18. Rock Creek Long House
July 19. Celilo Village
July 20. Hood River
July 21. Cascade Locks
July 22. Ft Vancouver
July 23. St Helens
July 24. West Longview
July 25. Skamokawa
July 26. Chinook Point
July 27. Bay Center
July 28-29. Shoal Water Bay
July 30. Ocean Shores Marina
July 31. Quinault India Nation
Jefferson Greene – Canoe Journey Advisor – Warm Springs Canoe Project
Per Hood River News
Children quietly listen during protocol.
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Posted on July 6, 2010 by suetv
CAROL KIRK HONORING ANNOUNCEMENT 7-06-2010
Honoring/Memorial for Hum-a-py-nen (Grizzle Bear arriving) Carol A. Kirk, at Lower Elwha and Neah Bay during Tribal Journey 2010 events.
Carol and her ha-ma (husband) Jim had traveled with the Muckleshoot canoe family and the last 3 years with Skipper Phil Charles and the Elwha Lightening.
Carol looked forward to this years tribal Journey with much anticipation.
Carol passed away on Saturday May 29, 2010 and is buried at the old agency cemetery in Mission Oregon beside her Mother.
Carol was a hereditary Princess of the Cayuse tribe, in Oregon. She didn’t believe in flaunting who she was , so she never told anyone she was royalty, she just wanted accepted for who she was.
Carol was born October 22 1949 in Pendleton Oregon to Leo Crawford and Ernestine Burke Crawford. She was of 4/4 Native blood , Cayuse, Palouse , Walla , and Umatilla. With related ties to Muckleshoot, Nez Perce, Puyallup , Warm Springs, Yakima, Paiute, and Cheyenne tribes. She also have relatives in Canada of the Nez Perce tribe, from the 1877 war.
READ MORE – CLICK HERE
(Re-posted to Canoe Northwest Group on Yahoo by Ben K. Charles http://groups.yahoo.com/group/canoesnorthwest/ )
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Posted on August 3, 2009 by suetv
Canoe cross last stretch of water on final leg of their journey to Suquamish Tribe
Today, Monday, August 3, 2009 Canoes travel the last leg of the journey for Paddle to Suquamish. They left the shores of Port Gamble Tribe (Little Boston) and Golden Gardens (Seattle) and will land in Suquamish (Port Madison Tribe) later today. Here, they will take part in official canoe landing ceremonies / protocol where each canoe will announce who they are, where they are from, and ask permission to land. They will be welcomed ashore by dignitaries and elders of the Suquamish Tribe, and invited to join the several days of celebration hosted by that tribe.
HERE ARE SOME RELATED INFO LINKS, NEWS ARTICLES, AND BLOG POSTS.
Suquamish Tribe Paddle to Suquamish website
Protocol Schedule on Suquamish Tribe website
Volunteers for events hosted by Suquamish Tribe : Tribal Journeys / Paddle to Suquamish
Ravan Spirit Canoe Family at Suquamish Tribe
Peninsula Daily News: Tribal Canoe Journey: Paddle to Suquamish
Ben Charles.info Native Canoe Events page
Tribal Journeys of the Pacific NW lens page
MORE RELATED LINKS, CLICK HERE
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Posted on July 30, 2009 by suetv
WHERE THE CANOES ARE TODAY
Now at Elwha – Next Stop Jamestown S’Klallam July 31:
- West Coast Vancouver Island Canoes
- Inside Passage B.C. Canoes
- West Coast Washington State Canoes
Left Swinomish, Heading for Coupeville today, July 30:
- Mainland B.C. and San Juan Island Canoes
Left Potlatch/Skokomish – Heading for Brinnon today, July 30:
- Hood Canal Washington Canoes
NOTE: Some of the groups from Canada have already arrived at Port Gamble.
[CANOE ROUTES DETAILED – CLICK HERE]
Click on map to view directions to Suquamish events or Click Here.
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Posted on June 18, 2009 by suetv
Canoe Journey Participants Traveling With Minors (anyone under age 18)
For those traveling with minors, if you are the custodial parent you only need the birth certificate or tribal ID card. If you are not the custodial parent (other relative/friend), you must have a signed, notarized statement from the custodial parent giving temporary custody for the designated period away with permission to provide medical treatment. The permission to provide medical treatment is VERY IMPORTANT.
This important information was posted as a comment to one of the pages on this site, but it rates better exposure for the readers, and all Tribal Journey participants. The info has also been added to the BORDER CROSSING page as well as the Ferry Info page.
Thank you Linda for providing this information
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Posted on January 7, 2009 by suetv
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