Lummi Indians (A report on a Native American tribe of Washington)
The Lummi Indians were a Pacific Northwest Native American tribe, which hold permanent heritage in our land's history. These people reside in the rainy northern part of Washington, near the towns of Blair and Bellingham. Before European colonists came to America, the Lummi spread across the San Juan Islands, Lummi peninsula, Point Francis, Lummi Island, and sporadic places along the Lummi and Nooksack rivers.
<Tab/>Since the Lummi tribe lives in western Washington, and had easy access to the Pacific, fish was their major food source. They designed the reef net, the weir, and…
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