Daily Archive: August 6, 2013

Opening the remaining half of the Colville Reservation to settlement, 1906

The context of the book I’m blogging about today is that in 1906 there was a plan to throw open the remaining, southern, half of the Colville Indian Reservation in north-central Washington state… Continue reading

Methow Valley, 1901: “I learned to speak their language, Chinook”

From Diana Hottell’s “The Whole Damn Valley: Voices from the Methow” (2007, Winthrop, WA: Shafer Historical Museum), page 55, ‘Perry Clark on Indians’: “There were far more Indians than whites here during the… Continue reading