The Modern Chinook Nation

1950s Chinook Meeting at Bay Center, WA

Chief Roland Charley (pictured in the light shirt), the first Chairman elected under the modern constitution of the Chinook Indian Nation, attends a meeting in Bay Center, Washington with friends, family and other members of the Chinook Indian Nation in the 1950s.Chinook Chief, Roland Charley, represented the Chinook, Tulalip, Makah, Lummi, Muckleshoot and Suquamish Tribes at the National Congress of American Indians in 1957

Chinook Chief, Roland Charley, represented the Chinook, Tulalip, Makah, Lummi, Muckleshoot and Suquamish Tribes at the National Congress of American Indians in 1957

 

 


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The "modern" Chinook Nation and it's first Chairman Roland Charley.