Mary Moses's Statement
Ye Galleon Press, 1988 - Biography & Autobiography - 70 pages
William Compton Brown interviewed Mary Moses, (San-clow) about her life and the life of her husband, Chief Moses of the Klickitat Indian tribe of the Pacific Northwest. Includes information about other American Indian tribes including the Blackfoot (Siksika), Nez Perce, Spokane (Spokan), Yakima, Columbia (Sinkius-Columbia) and Kalispell tribes. It also includes some genealogical information.
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