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6410 23rd Avenue NE
Tulalip, WA 98271
360.716.2600

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History Minutes

The History Minutes highlight intriquing, significant events that illuminate some of Hibulb's historic collections, as Coast Salish people honor, maintain, and restore their cultural memories and legacy.

Tulalip History Minute

Click an image to see a Tulalip History Minute video.

  • Tessa Campbell showing a cedar root basket presented by Hibulb Cultural Center at Tulalip – more than a museum!
    Tulalip History Minute 1: Katie Simmons' Basket from Hibulb Cultural Center
  • Early Tulalip automobiles presented by Hibulb Cultural Center near Maryville, Washington – more than a museum!
    Tulalip History Minute 2: 1916 Photograph from Hibulb Cultural Center
  • People in a summer camp house presented by Hibulb Cultural Center near Seattle – more than a museum!
    Tulalip History Minute 3: Summer Camp House from Hibulb Cultural Center
  • A young boy in an early Tulalip school presented by Hibulb Cultural Center – more than a museum!
    Tulalip History Minute 4: The Indian School from Hibulb Cultural Center
  • Photos of Tulalip veterans presented by Hibulb Cultural Center near Marysville – more than a museum!
    Tulalip History Minute 5: Honoring Veterans
  • Historical carved totems plaque presented by Hibulb Cultural Center near Seattle – more than a museum!
    Tulalip History Minute 6: The Gateway Poles Plaque
  • Canoe Hall snipet presented by Hibulb Cultural Center – more than a museum!
    Tulalip History Minute 7: Canoes Hallway
  • Longhouse gathering of the people presented by Hibulb Cultural Center at Tulalip – more than a museum!
    Tulalip History Minute 8: Entryway Photographs
  • Coast Salish cedar bark shirt and basket presented by Hibulb Cultural Center at Tulalip – more than a museum!
    Tulalip History Minute 9: Coast Salish Canoes
  • A gathering for a sports outing presented by Hibulb Cultural Center near Marysville – more than a museum!
    Tulalip History Minute 10: Sports at Tulalip
  • Inside of a traditional longhouse presented by Hibulb Cultural Center north of Seattle – more than a museum!
    Tulalip History Minute 11: The Longhouse
  • Two people in traditional Coast Salish dress presented by Hibulb Cultural Center – more than a museum!
    Tulalip History Minute 12: Traditional Dress
  • Music at Tulalip presented by Hibulb Cultural Center – more than a museum!
    Tulalip History Minute 13: Music at Tulalip
  • Music at Tulalip presented by Hibulb Cultural Center – more than a museum!
    Tulalip History Minute 14: Stereotypes

Cultural Minutes

The Cultural Minutes feature Coast Salish elders, artists, and storytellers, and their deeply held understanding of the teachings and traditions of the past, as they integrate that core knowledge and unique legacy to today.

Click an image to see a video of a past Hibulb Cultural Center event.

  • Anita Sheldon Hibulb Cultural Center Education Culture Series
    Culture Series
    Anita Sheldon
  • Cy Williams Hibulb Cultural Center Education Culture Series
    Culture Series
    Cy Williams
  • Darkfeather Ancheta Hibulb Cultural Center Education Culture Series
    Culture Series
    Darkfeather Ancheta
  • David Fryberg Sr. Hibulb Cultural Center Education Culture Series
    Culture Series
    David Fryberg Sr.
  • Jacynta Myles-Gilford Hibulb Cultural Center Education Storytelling                    Series
    Storytelling Series
    Jacynta Miles-Gilford
  • Jason Gobin Hibulb Cultural Center Education Culture Series
    Culture Series
    Jason Gobin
  • Judy Gobin Hibulb Cultural Center Education Culture Series
    Culture Series
    Judy Gobin
  • Kelly Moses Hibulb Cultural Center Education Culture Series
    Storytelling Series
    Kelly Moses
  • Anita Sheldon Hibulb Cultural Center Education Culture Series
    Culture Series
    Kyle Moses
  • Lance Taylor Hibulb Cultural Center Education Culture Series
    Culture Series
    Lance Taylor
  • Levi Jefferson Hibulb Cultural Center Education Culture Series
    Culture Series
    Levi Jefferson
  • Hibulb Culture Series Marilyn Sheldon
    Culture Series
    Marilyn Sheldon
  • Michelle Myles Hibulb Cultural Center Education Culture Series
    Storytelling Series
    Michelle Myles
  • Natosha Gobin Hibulb Cultural Center Education Culture Series
    Storytelling Series
    Natosha Gobin
  • Patricia Morris Hibulb Cultural Center Education Culture Series
    Culture Series
    Patricia Morris
  • Peter Ali Hibulb Cultural Center Education Culture Series
    Culture Series
    Peter Ali
  • Richard Muir Jr. Hibulb Cultural Center Education Culture Series
    Culture Series
    Richard Muir Jr.
  • Sandra Swanson Hibulb Cultural Center Education Culture Series
    Culture Series
    Sandra Swanson
  • Sharon James Hibulb Cultural Center Education Culture Series
    Culture Series
    Sharon James
  • Steve Madison Hibulb Cultural Center Education Culture Series
    Culture Series
    Steve Madison
  • Teresa Sligar Hibulb Cultural Center Education Storytelling Series
    Storytelling Series
    Teresa Sligar
  • Tari Topash Hibulb Cultural Center Education Culture Series
    Culture Series
    Tari Topash
  • Virginia Jones Hibulb Cultural Center Education Culture Series
    Culture Series
    Virginia Jones
  • Virginia Jones Hibulb Cultural Center Education Storytelling Series
    Storytelling Series
    Virginia Jones

Gift Shop

The Hibulb Cultural Center Gift Shop promotes the beauty of Coast Salish culture and expression.

Hibulb Gift Shop

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