By Tanya Lee
People opposed it. I think they would have opposed anything that Native Americans were doing here in the community.
Miss Black, Shirley Temple Black, heard about our plight, so she and Marlon Brando got here and voiced their opinions to the public that they supported us. She let people know she was supporting the Lummi tribe and the efforts they were taking to raise shellfish. And we built a farm, a hatchery, clam hatchery and oyster hatchery; the thing's still surviving.
Below: "Shirey Temple visits Lummi aquaculture in early 1970s."