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Chief Seattle Days celebrates 100 years | Photos

Ivan Morris, 10, carries canoe oars for the Lady Esther Geronimo Canoe Club. - Celeste Cornish/Staff Photo
Ivan Morris, 10, carries canoe oars for the Lady Esther Geronimo Canoe Club.
— image credit: Celeste Cornish/Staff Photo

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.

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Theresa Shortman (right) and Little Bear Johnny from the Oakville JnJ Canoe Club prep for their first race.

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The Lady Esther Geronimo Canoe Club and the Salish Eagle Canoe Club battle for first place in a race Sunday afternoon.

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Fawn Harris of the Lakota Tribe dances in native regalia.

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Celeste Cornish/Staff Photos

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