Celilo Fishery Notes MS-I & Yakima Notes MS-I (part 2).
|dc.description||16 sheets 8 x 11.5 inch. Typed.||en_US|
|dc.description.abstract||"For the purpose of background without going into details of the negotiations which are a matter of record, and have no direct part in these notes, it may be mentioned that the Mid-Columbias consist of Indians who claim to have frequented Celilo Falls, Dalles and Cascades along the Columbia River from time immemorial, occupying permanently various villages and fisheries on both the Oregon and Washington shores. Through means of a separate suit the Mid-Columbias are seeking compensation for loss of their home village sites as well as salmon."||en_US|
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|dc.title||Celilo Fishery Notes MS-I & Yakima Notes MS-I (part 2).||en_US|