The Seattle Times: "Duwamish Tribe Celebrates West Seattle Longhouse"
20 hours per week; $22.50 per hour. Reports to DLCC Director and Duwamish Tribal Services (DTS) Board President.
Overview: Maintain accurate and auditable records of all Duwamish DTS financials with regular reports for management to keep them apprised of cash flow, budgeting and other vital financial matters. Provide requested documentation for auditors.
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Learn more about the Duwamish Tribe
Indian Country Media Network: 10 Things You Should Know About the Duwamish Tribe
The Seattle Met 2009: The Tribe That Would Not Die
Cascadia Magazine: Chief Seattle and the Town that Took his Name: book review
The Seattle Times: New Biography of Chief Seattle
All About South Park: A Closer Look at the Duwamish Tribe
Real Change News: Duwamish Tribe Continues 160-Year Fight for Federal Recognition
Footprints/ Southwest Seattle Historical Society-Pg. 4: Our Historical Society and the Duwamish People
Government Officials have lied to the Duwamish people for over a century. It’s time for it to end.
By Administrator; August 14, 2013. CLICK HERE
Small tribes get locked out in Indian casino wars; by Rob Hotakainen, McCatchy Newspapers,
July 2012. CLICK HERE
Princess Angeline [Short documentary]
Promised Land [Feature documentary]
Chief Seattle [Documentary]
health and wellness research
Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women- Urban Indian Health Institute Study