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In Sisters of Providence joined Chirouse at St. This Whidbey Island site at Cultus Bay had a potlatch house and five longhouses. During the smallpox epidemic of , Chirouse reported vaccinating Indians at Tulalip. In reality it could only house There were separate dormitories for boys and girls. Over the years members of the Tulalip Tribes have been interviewed by researchers and scholars whose work has furthered cultural preservation. The Tulalip Board of Directors is composed of seven members. Washington Department of Game , allowing the state to regulate Indian fishing for conservation purposes; a U. What has survived are examples of their applied arts such as tools, baskets, clothing, and canoes, and oral tradition. In fish ladders were installed on state dams, to allow fish to navigate dams. The Tulalip Reservation served as the regional government Agency under various Indian agents. Tulalip tribal member Bernie Kai-Kai Gobin set up a small backyard fish hatchery on the reservation, making the Tulalips one of the first Indian tribes to own and operate a hatchery. The Tulalip Tribes joined other Indians in the region in celebrating the Washington State Centennial in with Paddle to Seattle , the first shared canoe journey. He spent his life attempting to bridge the two cultures that he loved and he was a key figure in preservation of Tulalip Tribal culture. Upchurch, and Raymond T. A year later the government appropriated money to support the school, making St. Tribal members recall Father Chirouse as a gentle and steady presence. At 22, acres, Tulalip was the largest reservation and served as the regional Indian Agency center with a promised agricultural and industrial Indian school. Under the Dawes Act, tribal members could receive land allotments -- acres for farming, 80 to raise cattle, and 40 for normal living use.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Dickens, Fred A. Tulalip Indian agent Charles Buchanan wrote to the Washington State Legislature reminding them of tribal treaty rights. Some classes were taught using the Montessori method. Escalating development with its logging, dredging, dams, sewage systems, and industrial and residential building destroyed both fish and wildlife habitat. With a 10,square-foot curation facility, the museum will be home for family heirlooms including baskets, textiles, and photographs. The Snohomish and related tribes mainly inhabited land near what became the Tulalip Reservation. A village on Camano Island was said to have existed before the great slide of , when a large piece of the southern tip of Camano slid into Possession Sound. The school officially closed in , its principal buildings torn down, and students absorbed into the Marysville school system. Storytellers Vi Hilbert and Johnny Moses have family roots with tribes at Tulalip and share their cultural stories. Washington State ruling -- the Boldt Decision -- which upheld Washington Indian Tribal rights to co-manage fishing resources and allocate to tribal members 50 percent of the fish harvested. Today the Tulalip Tribes offer group sessions to former students who, as seniors, are still coping with the scars received from their boarding school days. Yet these treaty promises would be contested for decades. Chirouse was first assigned in the Cayuse area but was transferred to Olympia following an Indian uprising. Fishing provided good seasonal money for the Tulalips until the mid s when fish populations were seriously dwindling and tribes competed with large commercial fishing operations. Structured under government control in the early years, the tribes had little control over their lives. Today the Tulalip Reservation has a population of 9, 3, tribal members and a land base of 22, acres. The celebration ends with a great potlatch. Two years later Tulalip Reservation boundaries included this mill site and the federal government asked tenants to move. Tulalip Casino riches have made possible a museum. Scholar Lawrence Rygg interviewed Harriette in the s and his manuscript carries her story. The school was planned to accommodate a thousand students, serving all Indians west of the Cascades. After that Indians used the site only for seasonal clamming. William Shelton interviewed tribal elders and collected their stories. Fish included five kinds of salmon spring, humpback, silver, dog, and sockeye as well as steelhead, flounder, trout, rock, and cod. Church members burned the old building in a ceremony and saved its ashes. Shelton built several poles, one placed in Everett in the s. Possibly the tribes that made up Tulalip Tribes once had high decorative art, but if they did, this work has not survived. A resultant tidal wave from the slide drowned many on nearby Hat Island. Private land ownership -- a concept once foreign to Indian thinking -- began to be embraced by the tribes as a way to control their own destinies. Tulalip Tribes have been working to collect and preserve tribal stories and customs. Wesley Cherry? Tulalip Tribes began operating the sawmill. He carved a story pole, each figure representing a tale told by informants. He learned the Lushootseed dialect spoken at Tulalip and often served as arbiter and translator. Historically gaining sustenance from fishing, the Tulalips have profited most in recent years from their success in real estate and the casino business, which provide jobs primarily for tribal members. A major culture bearer was William Shelton Part Snohomish and part Skay-whah-mish, Puyallup, and Wenatchee, Shelton was raised on the Tulalip Reservation by parents who taught him tribal stories and language. The Tulalip Tribes work to protect and perpetuate the resources their people have depended on for thousands of years. The Tulalip Tribes consider this church part of their heritage and, in that spirit, gave money to construct a new church and banquet hall designed in the original style. A mix of Catholicism, Protestantism, and native ritual, its followers suffered years of persecution before being allowed to practice their beliefs openly. Students were subjected to daily marches and were punished for speaking their native language and practicing native customs. The Bernie Kai-Kai Gobin Fish Hatchery is now a large and significant tribal-run enterprise, releasing three species of salmon in terminal area fisheries on and near the Tulalip Reservation as well as to other commercial and sport fisheries in Washington and British Columbia. Gross, Oscar C. And for thousands of years these natives had a highly developed fishing culture. While girls learned cooking, sewing, and housekeeping, boys were taught vocational trades. Snohomish sub-Chief Bonaparte expressed frustration with the slowness of government aid. He continued there until 21 years of age and gained the respect of government agents at Tulalip, who made him sawyer in the Tulalip Mill. Their art and stories centered around woods and water and the creatures who inhabited those places. The shoreline offered clams, oysters, and crabs. Cattails were especially important for weaving mats that covered summer dwellings. In the government began operating the school at Tulalip, building a new structure which served also as the regional Indian Agency headquarters. The Indian Reorganization Act of allowed tribes to set up their own governing boards. Tulalips also had an Indian Shaker church. There also was money to be made by incoming settlers in commercial fishing and both Scandinavian and Croatian immigrants to Puget Sound found good opportunities drawing on their own fishing traditions. Inland Indians hunted for deer and elk and collected many varieties of berries, ferns, and roots. In a Tulalip Indian was jailed for hunting on questionable reservation land. By so doing the Tulalip Tribes was recognized as the sovereign entity, not the individual tribes that compose it. These were located along the rivers and bays, the connecting waterways for food, culture, and trade. Chirouse was next sent to establish a mission at Tulalip. The forests that attracted white settlers to the Pacific Northwest for their economic potential had great cultural significance to regional native tribes. Charles Milton Buchanan? Its long-term vision is restoration of wild salmon production to levels that will support ceremonial, subsistence, and commercial fishing without overharvesting wild salmon. Today the adjudicated "usual and accustomed" fishing area of the Tulalip Tribes extends from the Canadian border miles south to the northern end of Vashon Island. Tulalip Tribes wrote a constitution and bylaws, approved January 2, and ratified on October 3. While much of the speechmaking was lost in translation on Treaty Day , one thing the Indians understood was that they could continue to fish, hunt, and trade in their traditional places. The treaty finally was ratified in , but the tribes had to wait two more years for any government support due to confusion over policy and corruption within the Bureau of Indian Affairs BIA. In the Mission burned to the ground. Tribal members saw the dollar potential in both pursuits since waterfront view property was scarce and big fireworks were outlawed in Washington state, except on Indian reservations. Two years later a new St. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}A government-run Indian boarding school followed from to its closure in Since the Tulalip Tribes has had its own tribal council and is currently self governing. Placed on the National Register in the s, the original church structure survived until when members decided it was too deteriorated to use. Thuja plicata , the Western Red Cedar, was of great importance, used sparingly for houses, canoes, clothing, and art. By the early s the Bureau of Indian Affairs sought to separate church affiliations with schools on Indian reservations. Duclos, Walter F. While the government delayed, most Snohomish natives moved to Tulalip where some native already lived. But Harriette wrote her own version which the University of Washington Press is currently considering for publication. Rivers and bays gave abundant food and connected them to trading opportunities as far north as the Fraser River. Unrelated to the better-known Protestant sect of the same name, this was a messianic, healing religion founded in in the Pacific Northwest. Early explorers and tribal elders left accounts of Indian villages in the Puget Sound region.