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n. pl. Suquamish or Su·qua·mish·es
1. A member of a Native American people inhabiting an area of the eastern shore of Puget Sound.
2. The Coast Salish language of the Suquamish.
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Suquamish (1978) Stark questions the validity of sources found in courtrooms, museums, and archives.
With a tribal judge of the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe, the largest reserve in Minnesota, performing its first same-sex ceremony in November, and other recent same-sex weddings in Cheyenne and Arapaho territories in October, and on Suquamish territories a month earlier, where do First Nations in Canada stand on sexual and gender diversity?
org; the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park; and the Suquamish, Muckleshoot Indian, Tulalip, Snoqualmie, and Puyallup tribes.
They join six other states (Connecticut, Iowa, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York and Vermont), the District of Columbia and two Native American tribal jurisdictions (the Coquille Tribe of Oregon and the Suquamish tribe of Washington) in legalizing same-sex marriage.
Suquamish, when it noted that "the issue of exclusive jurisdiction over major crimes was mooted for all practical purposes by the passage of the Indian Civil Rights Act of 1968 which limits the punishment that can be imposed by Indian tribal courts to a term of 6 months or a fine of $500.
According to Paul Dorn, senior regional scientist for the Suquamish Tribe, returning Beaver Creek to its natural state is also going to benefit fishermen, along with orcas, eagles and other wildlife in the Puget Sound.
You can arrange a tour of Boeing's vast aircraft plant or take an evening excursion to the island retreat of the Suquamish Native American tribe.
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Jane Thomas-Oates are all thanked for their support, and we would single out Marilyn Jones, Director of the Suquamish Museum, for providing the impetus in 2003 to determine if there was indeed dog hair in the textiles in Smithsonian's collections and for providing support through the following years.
Her canoe is from the Suquamish Nation, Chief Seattle's home tribe, whose reservation on Agate Passage abuts the land where I spent my childhood summers.
Suquamish (which prevents tribes from prosecuting non-Native offenders on Native reservations) and of Public Law 280 (which grants states criminal jurisdiction over some tribes).