Indian Country Travel Guide (Digital)
The Washington State edition of the Indian Country Travel Guide is a collaboration of more than 50 member Tribes of the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians (ATNI), in partnership with the ATNI Economic Development Corporation (ATNI-EDC). The more you learn about our peoples and our places, the better you will be able to understand our connection to the land, and to our creator.
You can download the guide now or add it to your cart to have the links e-mailed to you. Either way, it is free.
To get a sense of our connection to these lands, you need only to look at a map of Washington. Over 75 rivers, 13 counties, and hundreds of cities and towns all bear traditional Indian names - Seattle, Tacoma, Yakima, and Spokane among them. Indian peoples guided Lewis and Clark to the Pacific, and pointed them safely back to the east. Indian trails became Washington's earliest roads. Wild salmon, delicately grilled and smoked in Alderwood, has become the hallmark of Washington State cuisine.
Download the guide now or add it to your cart to have the links e-mailed to you. Either way, it is free.