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This page was last updated on Tuesday October 01, 2013


The Bear and Ant
Everyday I take a bath
Mink and Tetyika
sbiaw, sbiaw
Mother Grouse
Rock Cod
Her First Basket
Crane and Changer


Traditional stories have educated and informed Native Americans, both young and old a like for centuries.   The stories teach people about native history, culture and origins.    The stories, which were passed down though generations orally, are teaching people traditional values.

Several of these stories were recorded by local tribal elders, decades ago.    Where possible these recordings are used, to help pass on the rich story telling capabilities and rhythm of of these traditional story tellers.     



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Download the free plug-in here: Shockwave.   The Flash plug-in is used for playing back videos and that free plug-in is located here: Flash

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

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