Photos & Videos

 

The following videos are available on our Official Snoqualmie Tribe YouTube Channel.

Language Student – Snoqualmie Tribe Language Program

Jaxson Wyatt

 

Another update from the Language Program of the Culture Department! Language student Jaxson Wyatt has shared with us their progress in learning the days of the week in Lushootseed. We love to see parents learning the language with their family. If other Tribal Members and family would like to share your progress in learning Lushootseed, please contact Angela Wymer at angela@snoqualmietribe.us

Language Student – Snoqualmie Tribe Language Program

Jaxson Wyatt

 

An exciting update from the Language Program of the Culture Department! A young student, Jaxson Wyatt, has shared with us their progress in learning Lushootseed. If other Tribal Members would like to share your progress in learning Lushootseed, the Language Program is eager to celebrate you. Please contact Angela Wymer at angela@snoqualmietribe.us

“Jaxson is doing well recalling 1-10 from his memory. His celebratory dance says it all at the end.” –Troy Wyatt, Tribal Member

“Sacred Connections” by Hemlock Productions

Sacred Connections is a documentary about the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe and its history in being recognized as a sovereign nation by the federal government in 1999. This film was commissioned to Hemlock Productions for the Tribe’s 20th Anniversary of being re-recognized, which was the film’s premiere on October 6, 2019. If you have any questions regarding the permissions of this film, please use our Contact Us form on our main website.

“wiʔaac from the Snoqualmie Tribe”

This short trailer was produced for the Burke Museum’s 2019 BurkeMobile Program, which travels to different schools to have in-person lessons with students. The topics covered in this video are further explored in the BurkeMobile Program.

“Snoqualmie Indian Tribe – Harvesting Practices”

This video was produced for a series of presentations at the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA during Native American Heritage Month in 2018. The other video in this series can be found in the Canoe Journey tab of the menu. This video covers three plants that were traditionally harvested by the Snoqualmie Peoples: wapato, mushrooms, and cattails.