• Created Date
  • 1885~
  • Description
  • Chodups John, also called Lake Union John, was one of the few Duwamish people who didn't move from Seattle to the Port Madison Reservation. He and his family lived north of Seattle on Portage Bay, part of Lake Union. In this photo, Chodups John and several other people sit in a canoe on Lake Union. A mast sticks out beyond the vessel's notched prow. This Coast Salish canoe design was later replaced by the Nuu-chah-nulth (Nootkan) style from th... more
    Chodups John, also called Lake Union John, was one of the few Duwamish people who didn't move from Seattle to the Port Madison Reservation. He and his family lived north of Seattle on Portage Bay, part of Lake Union. In this photo, Chodups John and several other people sit in a canoe on Lake Union. A mast sticks out beyond the vessel's notched prow. This Coast Salish canoe design was later replaced by the Nuu-chah-nulth (Nootkan) style from the Olympic Peninsula and Vancouver Island. less
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