The Chemakum people, who lived in the Chimacum Creek watershed, have been widely considered extinct and written out of history. In fact, there are many Chemakum descendants and they hold a family gathering each summer. In 2021, LEO was invited to photograph the families. Brian Goodman made these portraits with assistance of LEO members Tim Lawson, Robert Tognoli, and Kerry Tremain.
A book of the photographs with a text by Chemakum elder Rosalee Walz accompanies the exhibit and is available for sale at Northwind Art Jeanette Best Gallery and Grover Gallery.
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