Oregon Indians: Voices from Two Centuries

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Stephen Dow Beckham
Oregon State University Press, 2006 - History - 583 pages
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From "first encounters" in the late eighteenth century to modern tribal economies, this rich documentary history charts the major trends shaping the lives of Oregon Indians and how those Indians perceived their changing world.

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User Review  - Ryan Mishap - Goodreads

I was disappointed that most of this wasn't written by or the recorded words of native people. The closer we get to modern times, the more native voices are included. Beckham takes us back to the ... Read full review

Contents

Sophie Klickitat A Prophecy of the Coming of the Whites
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Robert Haswell There Came Along Side Two Indion
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Maritime Explorers Shilahsri Shilahsri My Friends
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Stephen Dow Beckham is Pamplin Professor of History at Lewis & Clark College and the author of such books as "Requiem for a People: The Rogue Indians and the Frontiersmen" and "Many Faces: An Anthology of Oregon Autobiography," Doug Erickson is Head of Special Collections, Jeremy Skinner is an assistant archivist, and Paul Merchant is an editorial assistant, all at Lewis & Clark College.

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