An older book, the classic of Warshington literature “Honne, the Spirit of the Chehalis“, by George Sanders, has been published in a new edition. (Some people cite him as Saunders.) This retelling of… Continue reading
Illahie: Exploring life, faith, language and the world around us is my friend Bernard von Schulmann’s neat blog. He’s filling it with fascinating reading, including Chinook Jargon stuff. Go!
Thanks to Sam Sullivan and Robert ‘Rob’ ‘Lucky’ Budd for pointing this gem out! Robert Budd’s hit book “Voices of British Columbia” sounds like a great read! Here is a little something… Continue reading
From a first-class book out of Washington State University Press in Pullman, WA titled Forgotten Trails: Historical Sources of the Columbia’s Big Bend Country by Ron Anglin (1995): Page 145: In July of 1858,… Continue reading
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
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