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Browsing by Subject "Umtuch, George"

Browsing by Subject "Umtuch, George"

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  • Various (UNKNOWN, 1956-01-06)
    Clippings range from January 6, 1956 through July 25, 1968, with two undated clippings also included. Some headlines include: "Yakima Tribe meeting called on bureau decision about vote," and "General Council meet to reopen ...
  • Relander, Click (UNPUBLISHED, 1955-10-22)
    Relander is pleased that he has been invited to attend the election, as he tells George Umtuch, chairman of the Yakima General Council. The General Council is three days, and he is planning to attend all three, so he can ...
  • Relander, Click (UNPUBLISHED, 1968-08-07)
    Relander updates Dr. Theodore Stern, with the Department of Anthropology at the University of Oregon, after his gall bladder surgery. He tells Stern that his timing for sending The Klamath Tribe is perfect, because he has ...
  • Unknown (UNKNOWN, 1967)
    Includes the Lord's Prayer, Service, including officiant and bearers, and on the back card, the funeral directors, Shaw & Sons.
  • Unknown (UNPUBLISHED, 1961)
    Collection of news releases sent by teletype, including one sent by Relander. Topics include the Yakima Indian Nation, fishery rights, Hanford, Hungry Horse Dam, The Dalles Dam, the 100th birthday of Chief Tommy Thompson, ...
  • Umtuch, George (UNPUBLISHED, 1955)
    "George Umtuch, Chairman of the General Council, today expressed his concern about the continued use of the name of the General Council of the Yakima Tribe by certain parties who hold themselves out as a fish commission ...
  • Guess, Noy; Relander, Click (Republic Publishing Co., 1952)
    Includes articles written by Noy Guess and Click Relander on local events. One article has black and white photographs of Mrs. Tom Donnelly and Mrs. Frank Straka.
  • Relander, Click (UNKNOWN, 1969-06-29)
    "WHITE SWAN-The oldest of the Yakima tribal historians have no knowledge of when the first mid-summer encampment was held along Toppenish Creek. They know only it was a long time ago. The venerable, Alex Saluskin, stirred ...
  • Relander, Click (UNKNOWN, 1963-03-22)
    "The park and encampment grounds along Toppenish Creek has been the gathering grounds for Yakima tribesmen as long as the oldest members of the tribe can remember, and their use as an encampment has been handed down through ...
  • Relander, Click (UNKNOWN, 1963-03-21)
    "The session opening in the long house north of Wapato Wednesday was at the call of George Umtuch, chairman and the agenda was prepared by a committee consisting of Louis Cloud, chairman; Loretta Goudy, Ray Hoptowit, Henry ...
  • Relander, Click (UNKNOWN, 1966)
    "Selah Ridge sprawls eastward from the gap like a string of slain or reclining prehistoric animals. Its faun_colored sides bulge out on the south toward Yakima and the Terrace Heights community and toward Selah and East ...
  • Relander, Click (UNKNOWN, 1967-02-19)
    "TOPPENISH-Some of the last remaining ties between the old and the new were severed Saturday with the death of David Miller Sr., long-time Yakima tribal leader. He died at 12:30 p.m. yesterday in the Central Memorial ...
  • Relander, Click (UNKNOWN, 1959-11-11)
    'The share of the minors, some $6, and against the wishes of many part-blood Indian parents, was put in trust. It is still a matter of contention, these part-blood parents claiming they should control the money of their ...
  • Relander, Click (UNKNOWN, 1959-12-23)
    "SATUS_-A Yakima Indian Nation special committee which has worked for a year is prepared to report to the Yakimas' General Council that prolonged negotiations with the Colville Confederated Tribes over distribution of a ...
  • Relander, Click (UNKNOWN, 1955)
    "Noc Noc sat, talking. She used her language, more expressively unfolding the history of the new caught salmon and first dug roots feast, called cow e it. 'This I wish to say before my days run out, before the river, now ...