C3.4 Understands the purposes and organization of tribal and international relationships and U.S. foreign policy.
C3.4.1 Recognize that tribes have lived in North America since time immemorial.
C3.4.2 Know and understand that tribes have organizational structures (councils, chairman, etc.) that are formed to benefit the entire tribe.
C3.4.3 Explain how tribes of Washington state and the government of the United States are on the same level (nation-to-nation).
C3.4.4 Demonstrate that tribal sovereignty is "a way that tribes govern themselves in order to keep and support their ways of life."
C3.4.5 Define the complexity of sovereignty for federally recognized tribes in Washington state. Identify ways in which the United States Constitution recognizes tribal sovereignty as unique from other types of sovereignty.
C4.4 Understands civic involvement.
C4.4.1 Recognize that civic participation involves being informed about public issues, taking action, and voting in elections.
H1.4.2 Examine how the following themes and developments help to define eras in Washington state history since time immemorial to 1889: • Growth of northwest coastal, Puget Sound, and plateau tribes prior to treaties (time immemorial to present) • Maritime and overland exploration, encounter, and trade (1774–1849) • Immigration and settlement (1811–1889) • Territory and treaty-making (1854–1889)