Movie Screening

2pm at The Seattle Mennonite Church

3120 NE 125th St, Seattle WA 98125

Princess Angeline

"Kikisoblu (Princess Angeline) of the Duwamish" — the eldest daughter of Chief Seattle. 1896 portrait photograph by Edward S. Curtis.
Kikisoblu (Princess Angeline)

Princess Angeline was the daughter of Chief Seattle. She was one of the few Duwamish people left in Seattle by the 1890s, only thirty-five years after the peace treaty was signed guaranteeing that land would be reserved for the Duwamish people (which never happened).

Documentary by award-winning Seattle filmmakers Sandy and Yasu Osawa.

2009, 53 minutes long.

Edie Loyer Nelson, an elder from the Duwamish Tribe – is an important connection to the Duwamish and can speak more to the concerns of the Duwamish people. She will be present to answer questions after the showing of the film.

Time: Saturday, August 3, 2019, 2-4pm, during Lake City Summerfest

Location: Seattle Mennonite Church, 3120 NE 125th St., Seattle WA 98125

Free admission. Donations accepted to RealRentDumamish.org