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The Si'lailo way : Indians, salmon, and law on the Columbia River / Joseph C. Dupris, Kathleen S. Hill, William H. Rodgers, Jr

Catalog Data

Author:
Dupris, Joseph C  Search this
Hill, Kathleen S (Kathleen Shaye)  Search this
Rodgers, William H. 1939-  Search this
Physical description:
xxx, 425 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm
Type:
Books
Place:
Northwest, Pacific
Oregon
Celilo
Date:
2006
C2006
Notes:
Includes index.
Contents:
The traditionalists : Sampson Tulee's will -- The diplomats : lawyer and looking glass -- The storyteller : the Huntington treaty and the recollections of William Chinook -- The prophet : the strategies of enclosure and the audacity of George W. Gordon -- The elder : resisting enclosure and the testimony of White Swan -- The progressive : George Olney and his horse Seine -- The preacher : Sam Williams' fishwheel scow -- The unrecognized : George A. Charley's raid on Sand Island -- The young warrior : Levi van Pelt -- The trustee, part one : Clarence Davis and the missing shack -- The trustee, part two : Bunny's Castle and the Indians -- The trustee, part three : backing the Goudy boys -- The mapmaker : "redeeming" property and Abe Showaway's title search -- The chief : Tommy Thompson and the Celilo Fish Committee -- The orator : George Meninick's challenge to state authority -- The ecological visionary : Caples Dave -- The traders : the Charley brothers' refrigerator -- The skeptic : Tom Yallup, indian scientist -- The gamblers : the hatchery of Jason Rau and Charles Strom -- The reciprocator : Frank Winishut's "in-lieu" properties -- The inventor : the creative demands of Irene Brunoe -- The dreamers : the values of Alex Saluskin
Topic:
Fishing--Law and legislation  Search this
Salmon fisheries--Law and legislation  Search this
Waterfalls--History  Search this
Data Source:
Smithsonian Libraries
EDAN-URL:
edanmdm:siris_sil_795311