Portrait (Front) of Stanislaws February 1908

People: 
Stanislaws
Category: 
Keywords: 
delegation
Original Date: 
1908-00-00
Rights: 
National Anthropological Archives
Source: 
Glass Negatives of Indians (Collected by the Bureau of American Ethnology) 1850s-1930s;Cite as: BAE GN 03020A 06487300, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution, http://collections.si.edu/search/results.htm?q=record_ID:siris_arc_13504
Identifier: 
1NAAPPP0054
Author: 
admin
Description: 

Felix Aripa confirmed that this is his father Stanislaus Aripa. Felix talks about his father going to Washington D.C. for negotiations on allotment both in 1906 and 1908. Felix has a picture of his Father Stanislaus and his mother Mary Aripa that was taken in Spokane City before he left for Washington D.C. with the delegation. Stanislaus Aripa was an interpreter for the Tribal Leaders who couldn't speak English. Felix recalls his dad saying, "k'wa'y q'emq'emilshn (they were still negotiating about allotment), t'i' khwe Washington (The people in Washington had already)...they had surveyors already surveying for allotments. They didn't even come to an agreement [yet]."

Traditional Knowledge: 

 

Stanislas Aripa was an interpreter for the Tribal Leaders who couldn't speak English. Felix Aripa, tells an anecdote of his father's (Stanislas Aripa) trip to Washington D.C. Stanislas Aripa is father of Felix Aripa

Title: 
Coeur D'Alene Delegation Anecdote - Felix Aripa
Keywords: 
delegation
Original Date: 
2009-01-15
Contributor: 
Rights: 
Copyright held with the Coeur d'Alene Tribe
Source: 
01-15-09 Elder's Meeting
Identifier: 
md270-8-203
Format: 
.mp3 audio file
Author: 
Kmatheson