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  • Voices and drums of the Canoe Journey 2016 Paddle to Nisqually

    After more than a year of planning the Paddle to Nisqually, Canoe Journey 2016 brought thousands to the host Nisqually Tribal Reservation near Yelm for a week of song, dance and the sharing of cultures and traditional ways.

After more than a year of planning the Paddle to Nisqually, Canoe Journey 2016 brought thousands to the host Nisqually Tribal Reservation near Yelm for a week of song, dance and the sharing of cultures and traditional ways. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
After more than a year of planning the Paddle to Nisqually, Canoe Journey 2016 brought thousands to the host Nisqually Tribal Reservation near Yelm for a week of song, dance and the sharing of cultures and traditional ways. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

Nisqually’s Canoe Journey reignites Coast Salish culture

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