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Celilo women standing before the falls. Photo courtesy of the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center. Wyam of N’ch-iwana, or Celilo Falls, on the Columbia River — the center of a vast salmon-based fishing and trading economy and the nucleus of many sacred sites, petroglyphs and burial grounds. Celilo Falls was a natural wonder, by volume the largest waterfall in North America and the sixth largest in the world.

bald eagel tail feathers | Juvenile Bald Eagles & Golden Eagles - Differences - Hancock Wildlife ...

American Holocaust of Native American Indians (FULL Documentary) case you don't know now you know. Please Watch!!

unknown Tsimshian artist (Tsimshian), Basket ca. 1860 spruce root, beargrass and natural dye. Collection of the Portland Art Museum. No known copyright restrictions, 1997.37

Metis mossbag. Lovely. Why did we stop making these?

un ahumado sencillo pero que queda muy bien para todos los dias


Detail of dentalium wedding veil ca 1875, Klickitat tribe

Husband calls it, The "Mean Green" juice. Nutrient and vitamin packed natural juice. Juice 6 kale leaves, 4 celery stalks, 2 apples, 1 cucumber, 1/2 of a lemon, 1 inch of ginger root. Healthy recipe to lose weight.

Bear Totem Animal


"American Sign Language Can Benefit Everyone

Chinook Culture

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The Kalapuyans: Willamette Valley Indians

Chief Winnemucca, born a Shoshoni around 1820 in Oregon Territory, became a Paiute chief. D. 1882.

Po-ca-tel-lo, Yakima or Umatilla Indian, from Oregon. Photograph taken in 1900.

Umatilla women in front of large tepee, Umatilla Reservation, Oregon. Photo by Lee Moorhouse.

Umatilla women, converts of Dr. Marcus Whitman, Umatilla Reservation. - In 1843 Whitman led the first party of wagon trains along the Oregon Trail to the West, establishing it as a viable route. Settlers encroached on the Cayuse near the Whitman mission. Following the deaths of all the Cayuse children and half their adults from a measles epidemic in 1847, in which the Cayuse suspected the Whitman's responsible, they killed the Whitmans and 12 other settlers in what became the Whitman Massacre.

Amerindian Village erected for the 1929 Indian Congress in Klamath Falls, Oregon (I wish they would say which Indian Nation) Photo from Oregon State University Special Collections & Archives

Pendleton, Oregon, Round Up parade, 1925