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Uncertain Encounters

A major contribution to the study of Indian-white relations in the Pacific Northwest, Uncertain Encounters provides a comprehensive view of relations in southern Oregon over...

| paperback | $17.95

The Nehalem Tillamook

The first book-length ethnography of any Western Oregon native group, The Nehalem Tillamook fills an important gap in what was previously known about southern Northwest...

| paperback | $21.95

You Better Go See Geri

Born into an Odawa family in Michigan in 1932, Frances “Geri” Roossien lived a life that was both ordinary and instructive. As a child, she...

| paperback | $17.95

Indians, Fire, and the Land in the Pacific Northwest

Instead of discovering a land blanketed by dense forests, early explorers of the Pacific Northwest encountered a varied landscape including open woods, meadows, and prairies...

| paperback | $34.95

Children of the Stars

In the 1990s, Ed Galindo, a high school science teacher on the Fort Hall Reservation in Idaho, took a team of Shoshone-Bannock students first to...

| paperback | $19.95

Renewing Salmon Nation's Food Traditions

Among all the "food nations" of North America, ranging from Clambake Nation to Chile Pepper Nation, Salmon Nation is the richest in mushrooms, berries, wild...

| paperback | $9.95

Requiem for a People

Stephen Dow Beckham's classic history of southwestern Oregon's Rogue River Indian wars is the only complete record of the region's Native Americans and the destruction...

| paperback | $17.95

Klamath Heartlands

Klamath Heartlands introduces the unique-in-the-nation plan by the Klamath Tribes of southern Oregon to restore the "remembered forest" of their former reservation, an area that...

| paperback | $19.95

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