Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards
The logo for the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards combines a stylized figure holding on to the wings of a bird.
Paddle to Squaxin
The Chehalis Canoe Family participated in the 2012 Paddle to Squaxin. This is the sixth year participating in the inter-tribal canoe journey
Paddle to Swinomish
The Chehalis Canoe Family participated in the 2011 Paddle to Swinomish. This is the fifth year of participating in the canoe journey.
Native American Painting and Painters
Before European contact, Native American painting was endowed with a variety of
Apache Indian Clothing
Apache Native Americans are known for their beadwork, especially the tribes that lived near Plains
Miss Native American University of Arizona
“Miss Native American University of Arizona and her First Attendant serve as ambassadors for the Native American population at the University of Arizona.
Paddle to Makah
This year marked the fourth time the Chehalis Canoe Family has participated in the Tribal Canoe Journey.
Paddle to Suquamish
The 2009 Paddle to Suquamish marked the 20th anniversary for the tribal canoe
Paddle to Cowichan
Over fifty Chehalis youth, adults and Elders took part in the huge regional return-to-traditions journey, the Paddle to Cowichan Bay in
Paddle to Quinault
This is seventh year that the Chehalis Canoe Family participated in "One Heart, One Mind" on the Canoe Journey with "Tu-lap ti
Ordinary People, Extraordinary History
In the old days we gathered sacred roots and berries. We fished the Chehalis, Black, Cowlitz, Satsop, Wynoochee, Elk, Johns, Skookumchuck, and Newaukum
Yakama Nation Cultural Center
The Cultural Center is located on the ancestral grounds of the Yakama Indians 1.4 million acre
What is a Pow Wow?
The noun Powwow, from the Narragansett Eastern Algonquian language is defined as any gathering of Native