Coeur d'Alene Tribe is the sum of uncounted centuries, of untold generations. In the tribe's own ancient language, it is called Schitus'umsh, meaning "Those Who Are Found Here" or "The Discovered People." In this, remains a land abundant in beauty and resources, a legacy of leadership, and a lineage that continues from time immemorial. The Coeur d'Alenes are who they always were and who they will always be…
We are all ready gearing up for this years Julyamsh Powwow and Coeur d'Alene Tribal Encampment locacted at the Greyhound Park in Postfalls, Idaho. Join us July 25th - 27th. Everyone welcomed!
Saturday July 26th at 5 pm
Call To Artists: Contact Steph Jordan at 1-800-523-2464 or email. Artist who donate a minimum of $450 worth of art will receive a free vendor booth. Limited amount of vendor booths available.
Hello, Welcome to our Julyamsh Powwow, which is the largest outdoor powwow in the Pacific Northwest. Over the next three days, we'll honor Indian culture with dances, songs, games, and spirituality. This event is great because we get a chance to connect with old friends and to make new ones. It's a time to celebrate our culture and to remember those elders who came before us…
Chief James Allan: Coeur d'Alene Tribal Chairman