MEDIA – Press

For Journey 2009 Media Kit – Contact 

Tina Jackson
Tribal Journey Coordinator
P.O. Box 498
Suquamish, WA 98392
360 394-8455
or email info  


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

Peninsula Daily News

Ben Native Canoe Events page:

Tribal Journeys of the Pacific NW lens page

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Fourth World Eye

Volunteers for events hosted by Suquamish Tribe : Tribal Journeys / Paddle to Suquamish

Indian Country Today: Award recognizes Coast Salish Tribal Journey partnership

Suquamish Olalla Neighbors

Peninsula Daily News: Younger pullers prove themselves ready for Tribal Canoe Journey

Go Paddle to Suquamish canoers land at Swinomish reservation

Tribal Canoe Journeys on MySpace

Jamestown Canoe Journey Blog  

Blog notes – Kitsap and Beyond / Full story Kitsap and Beyond  

La Conner Chamber of Commerce

Washington State Magick weblog

Greater Kingston Community Chamber of Commerce  

Suquamish Washington Event Guide

Lower Elwha Klallam Library Blog

Lower Elwha Klallam Online Resources: Canoe Journey

Cowlitz Indian Canoe: Cowlitz to Suquamish

Sequim Gazette: Youngest puller set to paddle

Puyallup Tribal News (July 2007) Tribal Journeys pays respect to nature, history

Communities of Color Coalition 08/03-08/08 Tribal Journey 2009: Paddle to Suquamish

Turtle Healing-Culture-Fun for Tribal Journey Paddlers/Pullers

North Kitsap Tribal Journeys will come ashore to Suquamish Aug. 3-8




Media links below lists several internet story about Canoe Journey with web page hotlinks to click for viewing the entire content and photos which may be also included.

I recently found these mentions and photos of Tribal Journeys at Alki Beach in Seattle posted on the West Seattle Blog and other places referenced there. Also, on other blogs were stories about the canoes at Solo Point and other stops.

Sunset shots, from Alki to Seacrest

Seen on the shore: Eye-catching boat at Lincoln Park

Tribal Journeys canoes arrive at Alki

Intertribal Canoe Journey at Alki Beach








Stopover on the sand – Canoes at Alki 

Something Larger – Canoes landing at Solo Point 

Canoe Journey 2008 and Water Quality Data –  Yukon River Inter-Tribal Watershed Council partner with USGS for water quality project








One Response

    Chief Klia Memorial
    We are having a memorial dinner for Chief Klia of Hoh River Reservation. The dinner will be at Akalat Center in LaPush, Wa.
    Thank you!!

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