The Yakima Indian Treaty: 1855-1955, A Thesis Presented at Reed College - transcription.
"The Yakima Treaty of June 9, 1855, has for one hundred years been the focus of Yakima resistance to acculturation by American Society. These Indians, by their own definition, and by that of white people surrounding them, are still not absorbed into our culture. In so far as the Yakimas remain, after a century, a cultural enclave, the Indian policy of the United States has been a failure, or at least has not fulfilled the expectations of those responsible for its development."
198 page typed transcription, created by Click Relander.