• When the River Ran Wild!: Indian Traditions on the Mid-Columbia and the Warm Springs Reservation

    When the River Ran Wild!: Indian Traditions on the Mid-Columbia and the Warm Springs Reservation

    Aguilar, George

    Format: Book - 2005

    Holds: 0 on 2 copies

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  • During My Time: Florence Edenshaw Davidson, A Haida Woman

    During My Time: Florence Edenshaw Davidson, A Haida Woman

    Blackman, Margaret B.

    Format: Book - 1992 Revised and enlarged edition

    Holds: 0 on 2 copies

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  • Framing Chief Leschi: Narratives and the Politics of Historical Justice

    Framing Chief Leschi: Narratives and the Politics of Historical Justice

    Blee, Lisa

    Format: Book - 2014

    Holds: 0 on 2 copies

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  • To Fish in Common: The Ethnohistory of Lummi Indian Salmon Fishing

    To Fish in Common: The Ethnohistory of Lummi Indian Salmon Fishing

    Boxberger, Daniel L.

    Format: Book - 2000 University of Washington Press paperback edition

    Holds: 0 on 7 copies

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  • Chief Seattle and the Town That Took His Name: The Change of Worlds for the Native People and Settlers on Puget Sound

    Chief Seattle and the Town That Took His Name: The Change of Worlds for the Native People and Settlers on Puget Sound

    Buerge, David M.

    Format: Book - 2017

    Holds: 5 on 78 copies

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  • Chinookan Peoples of the Lower Columbia

    Chinookan Peoples of the Lower Columbia

    Format: Book - 2013 First edition

    Holds: 0 on 5 copies

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  • Chinook Resilience: Heritage and Cultural Revitalization on the Lower Columbia River

    Chinook Resilience: Heritage and Cultural Revitalization on the Lower Columbia River

    Daehnke, Jon Darin

    The Chinook Indian Nation--whose ancestors lived along both shores of the lower Columbia River, as well as north and south along the Pacific coast at the river's mouth--continue to reside near traditional lands. Because of its nonrecognized status, the Chinook Indian Nation often faces challenges in its efforts to claim and control cultural heritage and its own history and to assert a right to place on the Columbia River. Chinook Resilience is a collaborative ethnography of how the Chinook Indian Nation, whose land and heritage are under assault, continues to move forward and remain culturally strong and resilient. Jon Daehnke focuses on Chinook participation in archaeological projects and sites of public history as well as the tribe's role in the revitalization of canoe culture in the Pacific Northwest. This lived and embodied enactment of heritage, one steeped in reciprocity and protocol rather than documentation and preservation of material objects, offers a tribally relevant, forward-looking, and decolonized approach for the cultural resilience and survival of the Chinook Indian Nation, even in the face of federal nonrecognition.

    Format: Book - 2017 1st edition

    Holds: 0 on 3 copies

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  • Katie Gale: A Coast Salish Woman's Life on Oyster Bay

    Katie Gale: A Coast Salish Woman's Life on Oyster Bay

    De Danaan, Llyn

    "A gravestone, a mention in local archives, stories still handed down around Oyster Bay: the outline of a woman begins to emerge and with her the world she inhabited, so rich in tradition, so shaken by violent change. Katie Kettle Gale was born into a Salish community in Puget Sound in the 1850s, just as settlers were migrating into what would become Washington State. With her people forced out of their accustomed hunting and fishing grounds into ill-provisioned island camps and reservations, Katie Gale sought her fortune in Oyster Bay. In that early outpost of multiculturalism--where Native Americans and immigrants from the eastern United States, Europe, and Asia vied for economic, social, political, and legal power--a woman like Gale could make her way. As Llyn De Danaan mines the historical record, we begin to see Gale, a strong-willed Native woman who cofounded a successful oyster business, then wrested it away from her Euro-American husband, a man with whom she raised children and who ultimately made her life unbearable. Steeped in sadness--with a lost home and a broken marriage, children dying in their teens, and tuberculosis claiming her at forty-three--Katie Gale's story is also one of remarkable pluck, a tale of hard work and ingenuity, gritty initiative and bad luck that is, ultimately, essentially American." -- Publisher website.

    Format: Book - 2013

    Holds: 1 on 10 copies

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  • Indians of the Pacific Northwest: From the Coming of the White Man to the Present Day

    Indians of the Pacific Northwest: From the Coming of the White Man to the Present Day

    Deloria, Vine

    Format: Book - 2012

    Holds: 1 on 17 copies

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  • Tulalip, From My Heart: An Autobiographical Account of A Reservation Community

    Tulalip, From My Heart: An Autobiographical Account of A Reservation Community

    Dover, Harriette Shelton

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    Format: Book - 2014

    Holds: 1 on 6 copies

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