Discover your family's story.

Enter a grandparent's name to get started.

Start Now

Skabalko

From Toll Dachib to Skabalko, the junction of the rivers at Arlington, were several temporary camps. Skabalko was known far and wide. Sauks traveling to the Sound and back, Snohobish coming down the South fork, parties coming up river to dig for roots, spaykoolitz and leek at Ba-quab (Kent’s Prairie) nearly always stopped there and camped. At Bah-quab lived an old man and woman about 50 years ago. They seldom left their home, but kept watch over the Prairie, dug roots and gave to travelers in exchange for fish and venison.

From Ba-quab there was a trail to Kellogg Marsh, to Quil Ceda and on to the Snohomish.

 


MLA Source Citation:

Bruseth, Nels. Indian Stories and Legends of the Stillaguamish and Allied Tribes. 1926. AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 29 April 2016.
https://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/skabalko.htm
- Last updated on Nov 27th, 2012

This page is part of a larger collection. Access the full collection at Indian Stories and Legends of the Stillaguamish.

Pin It on Pinterest

Shares

Share This

Share this post with your friends!