Submitted by Historic Preservation and Language Program staff


haʔł sləx̌il!


Historic Preservation and Language recently released a series of online educational resources.


We envision these resources being used within the Tribe for staff trainings or shared with your respective partners.


Photo provided by State Capital Museum, 1880s, unknown photographer. Small fishing weir located on Yelm Jim’s allotment.

Lushootseed Land Acknowledgement
https://youtu.be/KGnac8x-SIM


We are Puyallup: A brief overview of Puyallup tribal history
https://youtu.be/7MB3Omc1Qxw


Boarding School and Cushman Project (videos and guiding documents)
http://www.puyalluptriballanguage.org/history/cushman.php


Updated Puyallup Tribe webpage on Puyallup history
http://www.puyallup-tribe.com/ourtribe/


Puyallup Tribe webpage on Land Acknowledgments
http://www.puyallup-tribe.com/ourtribe/Land%20Acknowledgement.php


Also a reminder that both departments have our own Facebook pages that regularly post photos, videos, and historic information.


https://www.facebook.com/PTOIHistoricPreservation
https://www.facebook.com/twulshootseedlanguage


We would love to hear feedback about how the resources are being used and what other resources would be most useful for tribal staff and members.


Please email your comments to HistoricPreservation@PuyallupTribe-nsn.gov or call 253-573-7965.



Main photo provided by Historic Preservation Department, Ione Knox collection. Cushman Boarding School students.