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Gathering of the Eagle participants celebrate Canoe Journey

'Moving forward in hope, healing, honor, happiness and hospitality'

The Octopus Canoe Family arrives at Lummi Nation Stommish Grounds for the Gathering of the Eagles on May 27. The canoe and three others began in Anacortes on May 22 and traveled along the ancenstral highway of the Lhaq'temish (Lummi) people.
The Octopus Canoe Family arrives at Lummi Nation Stommish Grounds for the Gathering of the Eagles on May 27. The canoe and three others began in Anacortes on May 22 and traveled along the ancenstral highway of the Lhaq'temish (Lummi) people.
By Julia Lerner Staff Reporter
Dozens of people gathered along the rocky stretch of beach on the Stommish Grounds May 27 to welcome

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