We would like to raise our hands up to all that have helped us on our journey back into the waters of our ancestors. We would like to first thank our canoe stankiya, skawal, ul-imits, and okolam these canoes have taken us hundreds of miles in all our travels and have brought us home. We raise our hands to all the canoe families your support has helped in many ways we pray that our journey’s together will carry on for many generations to come hayu masi. We would also like to thank a few special people for there gift of songs to our families (Subiyay, Bruce Miller) who gifted the changer song to a Chinook tribal member (Shalpan, Tom Brown) this song is greatly appreciated by our canoe family we raise our hands to the Miller family hayu masi. We would like to raise our hands to Maria Parker Pascua who gave us a paddling song. And Tully and Vicky Krueger for giving us the frog song. We would also like to thank our ancestors our families and our tribes for all the support in all the many ways that they have helped us in securing our traditional ways for our future generations to come. We are recording these songs to help our people learn the songs and for our children so these songs won’t be lost.
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