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Two Suquamish events included in national publication's year-in-review
SUQUAMISH — Two 2013 events on the Suquamish reservation are included in a national publication’s year in review.
IndianCountryTodayMediaNetwork.com, owned by the Oneida Nation and based in New York City, publishes a daily online news site and a magazine-format e-newsletter.
In its 35-page retrospective on 2013, it spotlighted James Abler and Terry Johnson’s September marriage, the first same-sex marriage recognized by the Suquamish Tribe; and the Burke Museum's return of 19 boxes of ancestral objects to the Suquamish Tribe in October.
Above, the return of ancestral objects to the Suquamish Tribe in October was spotlighted as a significant event of 2013 by a national publication, IndianCountryTodayMediaNetwork.com. Photo: Richard Walker / 2013