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Requiem for a People: The Rogue Indians and the Frontiersmen
by Stephen Dow Beckham
Paperback: 232 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.58 x 8.38 x 5.53
Publisher: Oregon State Univ Pr;
ISBN: 0870715216

Badger and Coyote Were Neighbors: Melville Jacobs on Northwest Indian Myths and Tales (Northwest Readers)
by William R. Seaburg, Pamela Amoss
Paperback from Oregon State Univ Pr

Uncertain Encounters: Indians and Whites at Peace and War in Southern Oregon, 1820s-1860s
by Nathan Douthit
Paperback from Oregon State Univ Pr

Coyote Was Going There: Indian Literature of the Oregon Country
by Jarold Ramsey (Editor)
(Paperback - February 1978)

Empty Nets: Indians, Dams and the Columbia River (Culture and Environment in the Pacific West Series)
by Roberta Ulrich

Earliest Man of America in Oregon, U.S.A.; with photographs of Paleolithic artifacts
by Donald E. Tyler

Prehistory of the Oregon Coast: The Effects of Excavation Strategies and Assemblage Size on Archaeological Inquiry
by R. Lee Lyman
Hardcover from Academic Press
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The Sandal and the Cave: The Indians of Oregon
by Luther Sheeleigh, Cressman
(Paperback - July 1981)

Warm Springs Millennium : Voices from the Reservation
by Mike Baughman, et al
Book Description "The only way the masses seem to be able to identify with [Indians] is in the past. My idea is, we're still here, we're a viable people, we have the same heartbreaks, the same successes, the same failures as everybody else does. . . . We're here yet, but it's like we're invisible, and it seems like it's always kind of been that way." -Brent Florendo, a Wasco from the Warm Springs Reservation

Established in 1855 on an area one-fifteenth the size of the lands relinquished in return for it, the Warm Springs Reservation in north central Oregon is home to some 3,600 Warm Springs, Wasco, and Paiute Indians, half of whom are under twenty. This book seeks to understand the reservation's inhabitants as a "viable people" who are both visible and vocal as they reflect on their daily lives, their struggles and successes, and their hopes for the future.
Paperback: 216 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.58 x 8.47 x 5.53
Univ of Texas Pr; ISBN: 0292708866; (December )

Chiefs and Change in the Oregon Country: Indian Relations at Fort Nez Perces, 1818-1855
by Theodore Stern
Hardcover from Oregon State Univ Pr

Lorinda Bewley and the Whitman massacre
by Myra Sager Helm
Unknown Binding from Pacific Northwest National Parks & Forests Association
Out of Print - Try Used Books

Traits of American Indian Life and Character
by Peter Skeene Ogden
Paperback from Dover Pubns

The Rogue River Indian War and Its Aftermath, 1850-1980
by E. A. Schwartz, A. E. Schwartz
Hardcover from Univ of Oklahoma Pr (Trd)

Battle Rock: The Hero's Story: A True Account-Oregon Coast Indian Attack: An Oregon Documentary
by Bert Webber, Webber Margie
Paperback from Webb Research Group Publishers
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John Beeson's Plea for the Indians: His Lone Cry in the Wilderness for Indian Rights: Oregon's First Civil-Rights Advocate
by John Beeson
Paperback from Webb Research Group Publishers
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An Arrow in the Earth: General Joel Palmer and the Indians of Oregon
by Terence O'Donnell, Karen Beyers
Hardcover from Oregon Historical Society
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Francis Parkman : The Oregon Trail / The Conspiracy of Pontiac (The Library of America)
by Francis Parkman, William R. Taylor
Hardcover from Library of America

River Song
by Craig Lesley
Paperback from Picador

The Oregon Trail
by Francis, Jr Parkman, David Levin
Library Binding from Bt Bound

Religious Freedom and Indian Rights: The Case of Oregon v. Smith
by Carolyn N. Long
Paperback from Univ Pr of Kansas

To an Unknown God: Religious Freedom on Trial
by Garrett Epps
Hardcover from St. Martin's Press

Big Indian Creek: October 23-29, 1994
by Dave Hughes
Hardcover from Stackpole Books

Keeping the Spirit Alive: American Indian Art from the Dr. and Mrs. Robert B. Pamplin, Jr. Collection
by Bonnie B. Kahn, Mary D. Schlick, Oregon Historical Society
Paperback from Oregon Historical Society

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