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  History
The Muckleshoot Reservation is located south and east of the City of Seattle on a rising plateau between the White and Green Rivers.
The Muckleshoot people their ancestors were also well-known for their hunting prowess, and are intimately familiar with the mountains.
Soon after its establishment, it was surrounded by the farms of settlers, which remains the case today, except that urbanization has increasingly encroached on the westerly portion of the reservation.
www.muckleshoot.nsn.us /history.htm   (1350 words)

  
  Muckleshoot Casino
The Muckleshoots and their ancestors have lived in the area continuously for thousands of years.
Prior to their forced relocation to the Muckleshoot Indian Reservation, a result of the government treaty of the 1850’s, the Tribe's homeland encompassed a vast area ranging from Mount Rainier to the salt waters of Puget Sound.
The Muckleshoot Tribal School and the Muckleshoot Tribal College, along with a wide array of related programs, help to ensure that today's Muckleshoot youth will be well prepared to guide the Tribe when it is their turn to lead.
www.muckleshootcasino.com /about.html   (320 words)

  
 The Flag Muckleshoot Nation
Located in King County, Washington, the same county that claims Seattle as its biggest city, is the 1,275 acre (NAA, 285) Muckleshoot Reservation, the home of the Muckleshoot Indian Nation.
The Muckleshoot, like many of the tribes found in western Washington State, are members of the Coastal Salish family of nations.
The flag adopted by the Muckleshoot is a turquoise blue field bearing a color representation of the tribal seal (photo provided by Harry Oswald).
users.aol.com /Donh523/navapage/muckle.htm   (628 words)

  
 Muckleshoot fishermen exercise rights to cast nets for salmon : ICT [2006/11/13]
The Muckleshoot gillnets are attached to shore and marked at the watery end with fluorescent orange-red floating balls.
The Suquamish and Muckleshoot have a joint hatchery operation for coho, with young fish raised in fresh water by the Muckleshoot and ''hardened off'' in Elliott Bay net pens just north of the downtown waterfront.
At the Muckleshoot dock south of downtown, big ice-filled plastic ''totes'' were lined up to take the catch from the icy boat holds.
www.indiancountry.com /content.cfm?id=1096413985   (1276 words)

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