A review of Matika Wilbur's 'Project 562: Changing the Way We See Native America'


Matika Wilbur

AN EXCERPT FROM "PROJECT 562" – Author and photographer Matika Wilbur writes: "My mom, Nancy Wilbur, Tsa-Tsique, is pictured with her granddaughter Alma Bee. Nancy is a retired Swinomish treaty-rights commercial fisherwoman, former Tribal senator, fireworks dealer, teacher, amazing sea-to-table restauranteur and Native American arts gallery owner."

Like many of my neighbors, I made plans after work on April 25th to join in celebrating Matika Wilbur's anticipated new book release "Project 562: Changing the Way We See Native America." I have followed Wilbur's amazing cross country journey, mostly through her beautiful imagery and riveting stories posted on social media the past ten years. So when I first found out there was going to be a book of her journey in visiting all 562 federally recognized tribal nations, I was really, really looking forward to it. As a photographer myself, I have long admired her storytelling through the breath...

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