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University of Washington Libraries, Nimíipuu [Nez Perce]
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Economy/Economic Development, Government to Government Relations, Natural Resources
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University of Washington Libraries, Nimíipuu [Nez Perce]
Category
Government to Government Relations, Economy/Economic Development, Natural Resources
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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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Washington State University, Manuscripts Archives and Special Collections, Yakama
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Lands, Natural Resources, Economy/Economic Development, Government to Government Relations
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Washington State University, Manuscripts Archives and Special Collections, Yakama
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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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Washington State University, Manuscripts Archives and Special Collections, Yakama
Category
Economy/Economic Development, Government to Government Relations, Lands, Natural Resources
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Yakama
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Economy/Economic Development, Government to Government Relations, Lands, Natural Resources
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Washington State University, Manuscripts Archives and Special Collections, Séliš u Ql̓ispé
Category
Natural Resources, Economy/Economic Development
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Washington State University, Manuscripts Archives and Special Collections, schitsu'umsh [Coeur d'Alene]
Category
Natural Resources, Economy/Economic Development, Government to Government Relations
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Confluence
Category
Economy/Economic Development, Lands, Natural Resources
Summary
Bill Yallup, Jr. explains how Celilo Falls was the "Wall Street of the West".
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Washington State University, Manuscripts Archives and Special Collections, Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs
Category
Economy/Economic Development, Natural Resources