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Community: 
Confluence
Category: 
Economy/Economic Development
Summary: 
Mike Iyall talks about the expansive trade reach of the Cowlitz people.
Community: 
Confluence
Category: 
Government to Government Relations, Language, Wars/Military/Conflict
Summary: 
Virginia Beavert talks about her activism with regards to treaty fishing rights, and how her ability to speak multiple languages helped her translate for people who were arrested for "illegal" fishing.
Community: 
Confluence
Category: 
Lands
Summary: 
Greg Archuleta talks about termination and relocation of indigenous people in western Oregon.
Community: 
Confluence
Category: 
Lifeways, Natural Resources
Summary: 
Johnny Jackson tells a story about catching fish at Celilo Falls and how the river made the salmon strong.
Community: 
Confluence
Category: 
Lifeways
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National Anthropological Archives, schitsu'umsh [Coeur d'Alene]
Category: 
Government to Government Relations, Language
Community: 
Confluence
Category: 
Economy/Economic Development, Lands, Natural Resources
Summary: 
Bill Yallup, Jr. explains how Celilo Falls was the "Wall Street of the West".
Community: 
Confluence
Category: 
Artistry and Artifacts, Lifeways
Summary: 
Mike Iyall of the Cowlitz Tribe shares some history that describes the scope of destruction to the tribes by disease.
Community: 
Confluence
Category: 
Religion, Lands
Summary: 
Bill Yallup, Jr. talks about the spiritual demensions of connecting to place.
Community: 
Confluence
Category: 
Natural Resources, Government to Government Relations
Summary: 
Tony Johnson talks about the Boldt Decision, which granted Treaty Tribes access to fishing sites, but denied traditional rights to unrecognized tribal communities like the Chinook Nation.
Community: 
Confluence
Category: 
Ceremony
Summary: 
Wilfred Scott explains their role in the memorial ceremonies for the Redheart Band in Vancouver, WA.
Community: 
Confluence
Category: 
Lands, Natural Resources
Summary: 
Louie Pitt talks about "many Celilos," or the many places where indigenous people were pushed away from their livelihoods along the river systems in the Northwest.

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