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Culture and History of the Skokomish Tribe  __ "What is now known as the Skokomish Tribe actually was primarily composed of Twana Indians, a Salishan people whose aboriginal territory encompassed the Hood Canal drainage basin in western Washington State." A good overview of Skokomish history and culture. - illustrated - From hood.hctc.com - http://hood.hctc.com/~skok1/historyculture.htm 

Skokomish __ An encyclopedic entry with links to related materials. - illustrated - From nativewiki.org - http://www.nativewiki.org/Skokomish 

Skokomish Indians __ "Skokomish, also known as the Twana, are a Native American tribe in western Washington state in the United States." Encyclopedic article with links to related materials. - From wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twana 



Skokomish Tribal Nation ___Official tribal website with information about history and current information including fisheries, natural resources and administration. - Illustrated - From the Skokomish Tribal Nation - http://www.skokomish.org/    

The Skokomish Tribal Nation __ Skokomish Nation home page. ""To promote, for present and future generations, an independent, sovereign nation that preserves the traditional values, and treaty rights of the Twana people. The Skokomish Tribal Council will provide leadership to create a self-sufficient Skokomish Nation, owned and controlled by members who are grounded in their culture, addiction free, knowledgeable." - illustrated - From hood.hctc.com - http://hood.hctc.com/~skok1/  

Skokomish Tribal Nation - Corporate Charter Document __ Full text of Skokomish charter. - From skokomish.org - http://www.skokomish.org/SkokConstitution&Codes/Constitution/CorpCharter.htm



Skokomish Tribe Historic Preservation Office  __ "Functioning under the authority of Section 101(d)(2) of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) and Resolution 00-63(78) of the Skokomish Tribal Council, the Skokomish Tribal Historic Preservation Office (STHPO)." Learn about their activities and goals in this brief overview. - illustrated - From hood.hctc.com - http://hood.hctc.com/~skok1/historic.htm 

Twana language __ A very brief look at the Twana language. - From wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twana_language 

Twana Language and the Twana/Skokomish Indian Tribes __ "Twana was a Salishan language of Washington state. The last native speaker of Twana died in 1980, but other elders remember something of the language and some Skokomish people today are working to revive their language again." A few articles about the Twana language as well as other resources about the Skokomish. - From native-languages.org - http://www.native-languages.org/twana.htm

 

 

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