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Community
Yakama
Category
Education, Lifeways
Summary
Signed by Nipo Strongheart. Illustrated short poems. A poetic version of Chief Joseph’s narrative.
Community
Yakama
Category
Education, Government to Government Relations, Lifeways
Summary
Yakama descendent and honorary member of the Yakama George Mitchell Jr., later known as Nipo T. Strongheart was born May 15th, 1891 on the Yakama Reservation in White Swan to George and Leonora (Williams) Mitchell.
Community
Yakama, Yakima Valley Libraries
Category
Education, Lifeways
Community
Yakama, Yakima Valley Libraries
Category
Education, Lifeways
Community
Yakama
Category
Education
Community
Yakama
Category
Artistry and Artifacts, Education
Summary
Nipo StrongHeart became part of the show as a child in 1902
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7 pages
Community
Washington State University, Manuscripts Archives and Special Collections, Yakama
Category
Economy/Economic Development, Government to Government Relations, Lands, Natural Resources
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3 pages
Community
Washington State University, Manuscripts Archives and Special Collections, Yakama
Category
Government to Government Relations, Natural Resources
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38 pages
Community
Library of Congress, Séliš u Ql̓ispé
Category
Language
Community
spoqín (Spokan)
Category
Education, Government to Government Relations, Lands, Wars/Military/Conflict
Summary
The Battle of 1858 curriculum was developed by the Spokan Tribal Preservation Program and Bobbi Rose, Archives and Collections Assistant Manager for use both within the tribe and by outside educators.
Community
schitsu'umsh [Coeur d'Alene]
Category
Education
Summary
The Ethnomathematics and Basketry curriculum was developed by the schitsu'umsh (Coeur d'Alene) Tribe for use both within the tribe and by outside educators.
Community
schitsu'umsh [Coeur d'Alene]
Category
Education
Summary
The Ethnomathematics and Basketry curriculum was developed by the schitsu'umsh (Coeur d'Alene) Tribe for use both within the tribe and by outside educators.