On October 6th, the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe hosted over 500 guests at a dinner gala to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the conclusion of the Tribe’s successful fight to obtain full federal recognition as a sovereign Tribal Nation.

With October 6th declared “Snoqualmie Rights Day”, the Tribe hosted Tribal Members, community leaders, and elected leaders from around the state – including former Governor Gary Locke, Attorney General Bob Ferguson, Congresswoman Kim Schrier, and President Fawn Sharp of the Quinault Indian Nation – at an event dedicated to honoring the leaders who made major contributions to the Tribe’s fight for recognition, its civil rights advocacy, and its efforts to protect Snoqualmie Falls, the Tribe’s most sacred site.

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