Wenatchi​,​ WA. State Contour Map Women's Scoop Neck T-Shirt

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Wenatchi, WA. State Contour Map Women's Scoop Neck T-Shirt

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Wenatchi Wear is passionate about creating awareness & empowering Indigenous Peoples through authentic threads. We 

Wenatchi Wear is passionate about creating awareness & empowering Indigenous Peoples through authentic threads. We 

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Super soft womens t-shirt The inspiration for this design is based on the geographical landscape of Washington State: significant richness of the land that the Wenatchi Tribe​,​ P'Squosas​,​ once inhibited​,​ and Rob's passion for maps. šnp̍əšqʷáw̉šəxʷ - Wenatchi - P'Squosa The šnp̍əšqʷáw̉šəxʷi people​,​ which means "People in the between" speak in a nxaʔamxčín dialect of the southern interior salish. The Wenatchi people originally lived west of the Columbia River​,​ in the Wenatchee River Valley. The Wenatchi villages were positioned along the Wenatchee River up past the present location of Leavenworth. A large summer village sat at the mouth of Icicle Creek. At least 200 P'squosa lived at this location throughout the summer​,​ but this population soared to several thousand at the peak of the salmon fishing season when visitors from neighboring villages and tribes came to take advantage of this sites outstanding fishing. The culture and economy of the tribes centered around fishing​,​ but the members also gathered roots and berries and hunted game. Early fur traders taught them to cultivate potatoes. Extended families generally spent winters in permanent settlements of mat-covered longhouses and then dispersed from spring to autumn to fish and hunt. The Wenatchee shared the Wenatshapam Fishery in the Wenatchee Valley with Yakamas. Represent our beautiful state & the native history with this exclusive design.

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