Tulalip tribal member Wayne Williams was barely 3 and standing next to his mother, Harriette Shelton Dover, when this photo was taken in 1931 at an event in Mukilteo marking the 1855 signing of the Point Elliott treaty. The photo includes the daughter of Territorial Gov. Isaac Stevens, who led the negotiations with Northwest Indian tribes. Williams died earlier this month at the age of 89. (Photo taken by James Bailey and provided by Everett Public Libraries)

Wayne Williams, 89: Steward of Tulalip culture and history

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