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Similarly, the resources of Birch Bay and Semiahmoo Bay would have been accessed through these kin ties before these areas were abandoned by their native people in the early to mid 19 th century. The land claim money was distributed in equal portions on a per capita basis to each recognized descendant of the Nooksack Tribe of In the s, the Tribe had a Community Action Program and launched an effort to gain federal recognition. In just a few decades, Nooksack settlement was transformed from traditional villages of cedar plank longhouses to homesteads on a Euro-American model. A strong sense of territory is reinforced by the distribution of Nooksack place names, which are concentrated in the primary Nooksack area and the joint-use areas. Nooksack Territory Nooksack territory, within which they had direct access to resources, extended into Skagit County on the south, into British Columbia on the north, and from Georgia Strait on the west to the area around Mt. There is nothing in Nooksack tradition of ever living anywhere else. As a result, a major focus of Nooksack Tribal programs today is land and resources with a special emphasis on fishing. Baker on the east. Here in this scenic locale, we maintain a Tribal Council and Tribal Government. The Nooksack were one of many Indian groups which were party to the Point Elliott Treaty of , in which title to the land of much of western Washington was exchanged for recognition of fishing, hunting and gathering rights, and a guarantee of certain government services. In , they met under the leadership of George Swanaset to join in the Dwamish, et al.

We are a Tribe of approximately 2, members, located in our ancestral homeland in the northwest corner of Washington State. The territory nooksack river casino map a primary Nooksack area, not open to free use by members of other groups, and joint-use areas, which were shared with neighboring groups.

In only the lower, downriver Lynden and Everson areas had been surveyed, and seven homestead claim applications were made at this time. The Nooksack held secure title, as individuals, to a very small fraction of their traditional lands which had been almost entirely held in common.

The people used a broad area for hunting, fishing, gathering of foods, and traveling to visit other groups. Washington case as a treaty tribe with fishing rights for enrolled Members. Baker to the salt water at Bellingham Bay, and extended into Canada north of Lynden and in the Sumas area.

History Nooksack Indian history goes back thousands of years.

The Tribal fisheries program regulates fishing and works to enhance fish runs and protect the environment, which the fish depend on. In , the Nooksack Tribe joined the United States v. The Nooksack people occupied the watershed of the Nooksack River from the high mountain area surrounding Mt. Since the Nooksack were not granted a separate reservation, they were no longer recognized as a Tribe by the Bureau of Indian Affairs, yet they continued to function as a Tribe. These lands have since been administered by the Bureau of Indian Affairs and some 2, acres remain in trust today. The homesteads were all within a short distance of the traditional villages, which were also small and scattered. Fishing in the Nooksack River and salt water areas is an important source of income and food for many families, as well as being a source of cultural pride and identity. In , full Federal recognition was granted. For more information on the Nooksack Indian Tribe, visit the various sections of the website or call Nooksack territory, within which they had direct access to resources, extended into Skagit County on the south, into British Columbia on the north, and from Georgia Strait on the west to the area around Mt. Baker, plus most of the Sumas River drainage south of the present international boundary. The Nooksack were not granted a reservation. In and attempts were made to move the Nooksacks to the reservation, but it became clear that they would not move without military force and it was recommended that the Nooksack Indians be allowed to remain in the Nooksack Valley Richardson , Following this, Nooksacks were able to gain legal title to small portions of their traditional lands, including many of the village sites, by filing homestead claims on them. They were expected to move to the Lummi Reservation, but few did. Nooksack Indian history goes back thousands of years. Joint-use areas occurred at the edges of Nooksack territory, including the upper North Fork shared with the Chilliwack, the upper South Fork also used by Skagit River people, and Lake Whatcom with a mixed Nooksack and Nuwhaha village. Research has identified 25 traditional winter village sites, although no more than maybe 15 of these were occupied at any one time, even before the severe population decline of the historic period caused by the new diseases. The primary Nooksack area was the Nooksack River watershed from near its mouth to its headwaters surrounding Mt. About half of the 2, enrolled members of the tribe currently live on or near Nooksack trust lands. On the basis of shared descent or marriage ties most Nooksacks could traditionally have fished on the Fraser, Skagit and Samish Rivers. According to Native tradition, the people have been here from time immemorialβ€”basically since the beginning of human existence on this land. In , the Tribe gained title to four buildings on an acre of land, which became the Nooksack Reservation and is the location of the present Tribal Center in Deming. The , acre claim includes a large majority of the places named in the Nooksack language that are south of the U. The Nooksack population years ago was probably about 1, to 1, people, now there are about 2, Members enrolled in the Nooksack Tribe. Our Tribe is located in Deming, Washington, just 15 miles east of Bellingham, 12 miles south of the Canadian Border, nestled amongst majestic mountains, lush forest, and the meandering and dynamic Nooksack River. These first homesteads received five-year restricted patents under provisions of an Act of Congress passed on March 3, None of these lands are in Indian ownership today with the exception of the two tribal cemeteries on Northwood Road. Other, non-Nooksack people could use the resources in the Nooksack area if they shared descent from Nooksack ancestors or if they were tied to living Nooksack families by marriage. In spite of the change in land ownership, and despite living on small homestead farms, there were many continuities with the traditional past. Access to resources controlled by other groups was important, although perhaps not essential to survival. The Tribe works closely with local, State, and Federal agencies to review proposed developments, timber harvests and other environmental disturbances, and evaluate their impact on water quality, fisheries, and cultural sites.