Seattle’s Waterfront (Dzidzilalich) stands on the lands and shared waters of the Puget Sound Coast Salish People, whose ancestors resided here since time immemorial. With gratitude, we honor the land, the water and its peoples.

To learn about our collaboration with local tribes, please see this fact sheet

Jenny Davis and Annie Rodgers in front of Indianola in the Rodger’s family canoe. Courtesy of the Suquamish Museum archives | Click to enlarge
Canoe Journey. Courtesy of John Loftus, Muckleshoot Indian Tribe. | Click to enlarge