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Washington State University, Manuscripts Archives and Special Collections, schitsu'umsh [Coeur d'Alene]
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Natural Resources, Economy/Economic Development, Government to Government Relations
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2 pages
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Washington State University, Manuscripts Archives and Special Collections, schitsu'umsh [Coeur d'Alene]
Category
Economy/Economic Development, Government to Government Relations, Wars/Military/Conflict
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7 pages
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Washington State University, Manuscripts Archives and Special Collections, Yakama
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Economy/Economic Development, Government to Government Relations, Lands, Natural Resources
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Page 3 of 7
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Washington State University, Manuscripts Archives and Special Collections, Yakama
Category
Lands, Natural Resources, Economy/Economic Development, Government to Government Relations
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Page 4 of 7
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Washington State University, Manuscripts Archives and Special Collections, Yakama
Category
Lands, Natural Resources, Economy/Economic Development, Government to Government Relations
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Washington State University, Manuscripts Archives and Special Collections, Yakama
Category
Lands, Natural Resources, Economy/Economic Development, Government to Government Relations
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Page 2 of 7
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Washington State University, Manuscripts Archives and Special Collections, Yakama
Category
Economy/Economic Development, Government to Government Relations, Lands, Natural Resources
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Washington State University, Manuscripts Archives and Special Collections, schitsu'umsh [Coeur d'Alene]
Category
Economy/Economic Development, Religion, Wars/Military/Conflict, Government to Government Relations
Community
Confluence
Category
Economy/Economic Development, Education, Government to Government Relations, Lifeways
Summary
Tanna Engdahl explains how by adopting written languages the Cowlitz were able to keep records that allowed them to preserve elements of their culture and use that ability in the fight for federal recognition.
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Washington State University, Manuscripts Archives and Special Collections, Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs
Category
Economy/Economic Development, Government to Government Relations, Lands
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Washington State University, Manuscripts Archives and Special Collections, Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs
Category
Economy/Economic Development, Government to Government Relations, Lands
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Page 4 of 4
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Washington State University, Manuscripts Archives and Special Collections, Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs
Category
Economy/Economic Development, Government to Government Relations, Lands