Chief Seattle Days celebrates 100 years | Photos
August 23, 2010 · Updated 11:02 AM
Suquamish celebrated the 100th year of Chief Seattle Days on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Guests were treated to canoe races, a powwow, drumming, a parade and pageant.
A carving of Princess Angeline was unveiled at Angeline Park on Saturday.
Theresa Shortman (right) and Little Bear Johnny from the Oakville JnJ Canoe Club prep for their first race.
The Lady Esther Geronimo Canoe Club and the Salish Eagle Canoe Club battle for first place in a race Sunday afternoon.
Fawn Harris of the Lakota Tribe dances in native regalia.
Celeste Cornish/Staff Photos