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Yakima Indian nation bibliography

Robert E. Pace

Yakima Indian nation bibliography

by Robert E. Pace

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Published by Yakima Indian Nation Media Services in [Yakima] .
Written in English

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  • Yakama Indians -- Bibliography.

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    Statementcompiled by Robert E. Pace.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination176 p. ;
    Number of Pages176
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14180068M

    Crestview Books will come to your home or business to purchase your books, CDs, and DVDs! Please call to discuss your collection. We travel throughout Ohio and nearby portions of neighboring states. We happily pay a fair price for your book, CD or DVD collection. The Yakama Indian Reservation is a United States Indian reservation located on the east side of the Cascade Mountains in southern Washington state. It is the homeland of the Yakama tribe of Native Americans. With following maps: 1) Yakima Indian Reservation. Plat of Station at Satass (ca. 19 x 32 cm), 2) Yakima Indian Reservation.

    history and customs of the Yakima Indian Nation, as well as explaining life on the Reservation today. The events mentioned range from to July 1, Since this document only skims the surface of Yakima culture and history. readers are encouraged to seek a deeper understanding by using publications in the bibliography. (FF). GREAT book if you really want to know what happened and is still happening to the 26+ Native American tribes now called the Yakama (spelling is correct) Indian Nation. YIN is known as a fourth-world country and is one of the poorest areas in the world. It is located in the United States neighbors to the wine county of Yakima, by: 6.

    Under the authority of 25 U.S.C. , vested in the Secretary of the Interior by Executive Order No. of Novem , 33 FR , and re-delegated to the Assistant Secretary—Indian Affairs, the United States accepts partial civil and criminal jurisdiction over the Yakama Nation which was acquired by the State of Washington, under. YAKIMA INDIAN WARS. YAKIMA INDIAN WARS. Following the American conquest of northern Mexico in the Mexican War (– ), hundreds of thousands of white settlers and migrants traveled west along the Overland and Oregon Trails. Heading to the fertile river valleys of the Oregon and Washington Territories, white migrants brought devastating changes to the Northwest Coast and the Columbia.


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Yakima Indian nation bibliography by Robert E. Pace Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Yakama Nation Main Agency Offices Fort Road PO BOX Toppenish, WA () Yakima Indian Nation Bibliography. Yakima: Yakima Indian Nation Media Services, ZY3 P Pandosy, Charles Marie. Grammar and Dictionary of the Yakama Language. New York: AMS Press, PMP3 Relander, Click, Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Indian Nation of the Yakama Reservation.

Tribal Council, and United. The Yakima. Frank W. Porter, III. New York: Chelsea House Publishers, Print. This book is a good secondary source that tells about the Yakima people pre treaty and war until the This can give me an in depth look at the tribe culture and changes form the war and treaty.

Splawn, A. Ka-mi-akin, the Last Hero of the Yakima. This booklet was prepared by the Yakima Agency, Bureau of Indian Affairs, to provide information to the public on the history and customs of the Yakima Indian Nation, as well as explaining life on the Reservation today.

The events mentioned range from to July 1, United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Yakima Agency. Yakima Indian Nation. Toppenish, Wash., Center for the Study of Migrant and Indian Education [?] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs.

Yakima Agency. OCLC Number: Description: 49 pages illustrations 28 cm. This book, he writes, “is a masterful study of the complex, extended series of confrontations between the native Indian cultures of the Yakima region and the regime of the conquering white nation.

Her analysis is based on a blending of materials from rich archival sources and from the literatures of legal history, administrative history. Full text of "ERIC ED Yakima Indian Nation." 38 YAKIMA BIBLIOGRAPHY 44 OTHER INDIAN PUBLICATIONS 47 A CHRONOLOGY OF EVENTS MENTIONED IN THIS BOOKLET 48 ERIC INTRODUCTION In the Continental Congress declared its jurisdiction over Indian affairs.

Secretary of State ERIC 43 YAKIMA BIBLIOGRAPHY (A partial listing of books. Although the book has been reprinted, it is not widely known and it con— tains many misprints and mistakes. Another French priest, Father St. Onge, wrote a short Minachatpam or Yakima primer and catechism about the same time for the use of Indian mission school pupils and catechists.

The late Professor Melville Jacobs of the University of File Size: KB. The Yakama Indian Reservation is a Native American reservation in Washington state of the federally recognized tribe known as the Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation.

The tribe is made up of Klikitat, Palus, Wallawalla, Wanapam, Wenatchi, Wishram, and Yakama peoples. First Chief of the Yakama Nation Chief Spencer's tribal name was "Tah pa shah" and interpreted to Sharp Shooter.

He was Chief of the Klickitats and appointed at the original Yakama Agency in White Swan, Washington. He was confirmed by J.W. Nesmith, Superintendent of Indian Affairs for the Washington-Oregon Territory in The Yakama are a Native American tribe with nea members, based primarily in eastern Washington state.

Yakama people today are enrolled in the federally recognized tribe, the Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Yakama Indian Reservation, along the Yakima River, covers an area of approximately million acres (5, km²).

A number books on different tribes in the series on Indians of North America have been reissued. Unfortunately, the Yakima (Yakama) book is apparently out of circulation and not being republished. This is unforunate, as it is valuable resource written by an important scholar on Yakama culture/5(5).

animal appeared archaeological artifacts basalt beaver blankets camp Cascades Central Washington ceremony Chief Ow-hi Chief Sluskin Chinook jargon coast Colonel Wright Columbia River creek culture Dalles dative dress Ellensburg Ellensburg Public Library Father feet figures fish George Gibbs Governor Stevens horses hortet interpreter Kam-ai-ya.

Yakama Indian Nation,Water Conservation and Resource Enhancement Plan on the Yakama Indian Reservation Within the Wapato Irrigation Project. An Advisory Resource Enhancement Plan for the Yakima Indian Nation Completed Pursuant to Cooperative Agreement No.

9-FC for the Bureau of Reclamation, Toppenish, Washington, 34 p., plus. To get started in American Indian Research. Various Spellings: Yakama, Yakima The spelling was changed from Yakima to Yakama in to reflect the native pronunciation.

The Yakama (Yakima) Tribe is located in central Washington along the Columbia River. Inthe Yakama Nation adopted the spelling of its name as "Yakama," which they feel is the more correct historical spelling of their name.

In14 leaders of different Yakima tribes signed a treaty with the United States. The purpose of this treaty was to form the reservation and confederate the people of the Yakima Indian Nation. A chief called Kamaiakan is said to have been the leader of the Yakima.

Rex Spirit Tatayunna Kingston reviewed Yakama Indian Reservation — 5 star My wife Olga and I would like to wish all the Mothers of the Yakama Nation a very Happy Mothers Day, both living and those who have passed on. The Yakama Indian Nation co-manages the Columbia, Wind, White Salmon, Klickitat, Yakima, Wenatchee, Methow, Entiat and Okanogan rivers.

The tribe has usual and accustomed fishing places in many locations both in and outside the Columbia River Basin. Salmon continue to be the lifeblood of the o () Yakama tribal members.

Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation - Tribal Codes and Resolutions. October edition. Disclaimer: Although every effort is made to present current and accurate information, if you need an official version of the tribe’s laws, please contact the tribe.

This is a list of federally recognized tribes in the contiguous United States of are also federally recognized Alaska Native of 19 FebruaryIndian tribes were legally recognized by the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) of the United States. Of. Guide to Yakama Indian ancestry, family history and genealogy: birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, and other agency records.

The former name for this federally-recognized group was the Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Indian Nation of the Yakama Reservation.Yakama Indian Nation Yakama Nation Tribal Health Facility Buster Road PO BoxToppenish WA Phone: Toll Free IHS: Toll Free CHS: Hours of Operation: Monday – AM to PM Tuesday – AM to PM Wednesday – AM to PM Thursday – PM to PM Friday – 8.Robert E Pace; Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation, Washington.

Tribal Council. Publisher: [Toppenish, Washington]: Yakima Indian Nation Tribal Council, [] © Edition/Format: Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.

Subjects: Yakama Indians. Yakama Indians.