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Stillaguamish Tribe clean up a victory for treaty  

June 15, 2010
by Billy Frank

"Our treaties with the U.S. government were supposed to guarantee that we Indians could continue to fish, gather shellfish and hunt as we always have. But sometimes, development and pollution deprive us of those rights. Take Port Susan, a protected bay where the Stillaguamish River meets Puget Sound. Traditionally, the Stillaguamish and Tulalip tribes harvested shellfish there.



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