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Natural Resources
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Bryson Liberty talks about eels (also known as Pacific Lamprey) which are an important food resource of the Columbia River region.
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Government to Government Relations, Lifeways
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Bryson Liberty shares a story about going to an unwelcoming movie theater in The Dalles, Oregon, as a teenager.
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Natural Resources, Lifeways
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Bryson Liberty tells the harrowing story of his mother's family encountering a group of hostile settlers on their traditional seasonal food gathering route.
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Lifeways
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Bobbie Conner describes the strength required to survive the many attempts to eradicate indigenous people. [short version]
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Lifeways
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Bobbie Conner describes the strength required to survive the many attempts to eradicate indigenous people. [extended version]
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Language
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Greg Archuleta describes some of the ways culture and language was passed down through his family.
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Lands
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Wilbur Slockish tells a story about visiting Shoshone Falls in Idaho to sit and listen to the sound. The sound reminds him of Celilo Falls, a sound he will never forget.
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Lands, Natural Resources
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Bryson Liberty shares funny memories of fishing at Celilo Falls.
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Ceremony
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Wilfred Scott explains their role in the memorial ceremonies for the Redheart Band in Vancouver, WA.
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Language, Lifeways
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Bessie Scott talks about respect/self-respect and teaching children Nez Perce language. She describes a song "I am special/You are special" that aids in teaching children self-respect.
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Wars/Military/Conflict
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Wilfred Scott describes a scene of events from the Battle of Big Hole during the Nez Perce Wars, and relates it to his wife Bessie's ancestry.
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Economy/Economic Development, Lands, Natural Resources
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Bill Yallup, Jr. explains how Celilo Falls was the "Wall Street of the West".