A canoe from Mowachaht First Nation, left, pulls up next to a Makah tribal canoe during Tuesday’s 2019 Canoe Journey landing at Jamestown Beach, territory of the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

A canoe from Mowachaht First Nation, left, pulls up next to a Makah tribal canoe during Tuesday’s 2019 Canoe Journey landing at Jamestown Beach, territory of the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

PHOTO GALLERY: 2019 Canoe Journey lands at Jamestown Beach

The 2019 Canoe Journey Paddle to Lummi saw canoes arrive at Jamestown Beach on Tuesday, territory of the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe.

Canoes from Western Washington, Hawaii and Canada’s Vancouver Island took part in Tuesday’s landing.

Kanani Wells of the Quinault Nation asks permission for her tribe’s canoe to come ashore at Jamestown Beach north of Sequim on Tuesday during a 2019 Canoe Journey visit to the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Kanani Wells of the Quinault Nation asks permission for her tribe’s canoe to come ashore at Jamestown Beach north of Sequim on Tuesday during a 2019 Canoe Journey visit to the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Anela Gutierrez of the Autumn Rose canoe of Maui, Hawaii, asks for permission for her canoe to come ashore at Jamestown Beach north of Sequim on Tuesday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Anela Gutierrez of the Autumn Rose canoe of Maui, Hawaii, asks for permission for her canoe to come ashore at Jamestown Beach north of Sequim on Tuesday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Crew members, with assistance from U.S. Navy personnel from Naval Base Kitsap, push a Quinault tribal canoe onto Jamestown Beach on Tuesday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Crew members, with assistance from U.S. Navy personnel from Naval Base Kitsap, push a Quinault tribal canoe onto Jamestown Beach on Tuesday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Klallam children sing a welcome song to canoes approaching Jamestown Beach on Tuesday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Klallam children sing a welcome song to canoes approaching Jamestown Beach on Tuesday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

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