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Nik-Ko-Te V. Oldham



My Name Is Nik-Ko-Te V. Oldham. I am an enrolled Tulalip Tribal member. I come from the Oldham, Hood, Moses, Casmir, Cagley, and Jones families. I am an Assistant Teacher in the Lushootseed department. My Great-grandparents are Marya D. Moses (deceased), Walter Moses Sr.(deceased) and Margaret Casmir. My grandparents are Rachel  Hood and Albert J. Hood Sr.(deceased), Gene George Custer  Oldham and Florence Casmir . My mom is Mamie P. Hood and my father is Bruce Oldham, my dad is Keith A. Abraham.  I am the third oldest of 12 children. My name means number 1 in the Absent-Tee Shawnee language (my scapaʔ named me). my Indian name is Ka-Ka-La-Ma-Honey-Qua, in the Absent-Tee Shawnee language it means “to work hard like a squirrel”,  my scapaʔ  also gave me this name . My aunt Johanna and Anna Moses raised me from the age of 10, until I turned 18. I graduated from Tulalip Heritage High School in 2009.


Nik-Ko-Te V. Oldham
Language Teacher Assistant
(360) 716-4504

For More Information Contact:

Tulalip Lushootseed
6406 Marine Drive, Tulalip, WA 98271
Tel: (360) 716-4495
FAX: (360) 716-0615

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