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Treaty Day is an annual commemoration of the Treaty of Point Elliott, signed on January 22, 1855. This agreement was meant to last in perpetuity and was between the sovereign nations in the Salish region, including 14 leaders of the Lummi Nation and the United States government represented by territorial governor Isaac Stevens. It remains the single most important event in Pacific Northwest political history and affects our lives, Native American as well as all other regional inhabitants, to this day.
Join the Pickford Film Center and virtually stream Canoe Journey: Treaty Day 2021 and HONORING THE HANDS THAT FEED US