Yakama Nation Review, Volume 9, Number 3

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The Yakama Nation Review is a bi-weekly newspaper printed by the Yakama Nation that includes articles of local importance. Articles in this issue are written by YNR staff writers, as well as external news outlets. In March 1994, the publication changed its name from Yakima Nation Review to Yakama Nation Review.
Page 1: Treaty summer changed Yakimas (YNR), Preparing the Doty text
Page 2: What Happened?, James Doty chronicled days during Walla Walla Council, Gov. Isaac I. Stevens author of treaty
Page 3: Monday, May 28, 1855: Treaty Council begins, Tuesday, May 29: Swearing in the Interpreters
Page 4: Wednesday, May 30: Reviewing past
Page 5: Wednesday, May 30, cont.
Page 6: Thursday, May 31: Setting terms for reservations
Page 7: Friday, June 1: 'Extremely warm', Saturday, June 2: 'Preserve and protect'
Page 8: Fort Simcoe built to contain tribes
Page 9: Sunday, June 3: Day of rest, Monday, June 4: Lawyer's positions, Ancient Villages
Page 10: Monday, June 4, cont., Tuesday, June 5: Creating reservations
Page 11: Tuesday, June 5, cont.
Page 12: Tuesday, June 5, cont., Supreme Court on interpretation of treaties, Wednesday, June 6: Time to think, Thursday, June 7: Probing hearts
Page 13: Thursday, June 7, cont.
Page 14: Thursday, June 7, cont., Friday, June 8: The way clears
Page 15: Friday, June 8, cont., Pres. Buchanan signed Yakima Treaty
Page 16: Saturday, June 9: 14 sign Yakima Treaty document
Page 17: Stevens: 'Sign this paper or walk in blood knee-deep'
Page 18: Sunday, June 10: Nez Perce ponder, Monday, June 11: A good heart
Page 19: Yakima Nation Solid Waste Management
Page 20: Stevens: treaty-maker, cont.
Page 21: Ads
Page 22: Place names around Yakima Nation
Page 23: Ads
Page 24: Ads