Oregon Indians: Voices from Two Centuries
Stephen Dow Beckham
Oregon State University Press, 2006 - History - 583 pages
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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