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  • Tribe begins housing development at former Canoe Journey site

    The Nisqually Indian Tribe has begun the first phase of a major housing development at the site where it hosted a weeklong potlatch for the 2016 Canoe Journey. Interns are building the first home, set to be completed soon.

The Nisqually Indian Tribe has begun the first phase of a major housing development at the site where it hosted a weeklong potlatch for the 2016 Canoe Journey. Interns are building the first home, set to be completed soon. Lisa Pemberton lpemberton@theolympian.com
The Nisqually Indian Tribe has begun the first phase of a major housing development at the site where it hosted a weeklong potlatch for the 2016 Canoe Journey. Interns are building the first home, set to be completed soon. Lisa Pemberton lpemberton@theolympian.com

For Nisqually tribe, a house that’s more than a home

March 19, 2017 10:59 AM