Usual and Accustomed Grounds: The Boldt Decision at 50 - Washington State History Museum
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Usual and Accustomed Grounds: The Boldt Decision at 50
February 10–September 1, 2024
This exhibition focuses on the story of the Native fishing rights movement in Washington State and marks the fiftieth anniversary of the landmark 1974 Boldt Decision. Through artifacts, photos and footage, learn about how tribal people and nations resisted termination policies and fought for treaty-protected fishing access, cultural survival, and sovereignty—with impacts still felt today.
If you are an educator, learn more about our 2024 scholarships for field trips based around the exhibitions Treaty of Medicine Creek and Usual and Accustomed Grounds.
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