Lifeways

Pat Pierre "Importance of our Language" October 2016

Published on Dec 14, 2016

Pat Pierre "Importance of our Language" October 2016
1st part in Salish - 2nd part in English

Recorded & Edited by Chaney Bell
Recorded at Nk̓ʷusm - Salish Language School, Arlee, Flathead Indian Reservation.
We would like to thank everyone that is out there doing their part to keep our languages alive!
Lemlmtš Pat u lemlmtš Pesyaʔ!

Frank & Oswald Johnson

Photo of two teenage boys in front of a woodshed wearing denim overlls. 

 

Justine (Jessie) Vincent

Audio tape of Dorothy Jackson regarding songs of the Warm Springs

Audio tape of: recording, "Songs of the Warm Springs Indian Reservation," followed by discussion of songs and dances, life history, gender roles

Audio tape of Caroline Towhet and Mary Ann Meanus regarding songs and cultural practices of the Warm Springs

Audio tape of: religions, life history, women's roles, various songs, 1907 recordings, rituals, rasp, stick game.

Audio tape of Caroline Towhet and Mary Ann Meanus regarding songs and cultural practices of the Warm Springs with Wasklik song

Audio tape of: Music; gender; women's roles; songs for children; rituals; religions; life history; change. Songs performed: Wasklik (religious) song

Audio tape of Caroline Towhet and Mary Ann Meanus regarding songs and cultural practices of the Warm Springs, with Wasco Dance songs

Audio tape of: music; gender; women's roles; songs for children; rituals; religions; life history; change Songs performed: Lullaby; comforting song; cradleboard song to a boy; cradleboard song to a girl; Wasco dance: "Bitsla Ho"; Wasco Dance: "Yupa Dance"; Going-out Dance; Legendary Dance.

Brave Oregon Warrior on Last Visit to Friends

Newspaper clipping from the Spokesmen Review regarding a Warm Springs tribal member named Tullix Halliquilla, dated 12-23-1906

Brave Oregon Warrior on Last Visit to Friends

Newspaper clipping from the Spokesmen Review regarding a Warm Springs tribal member named Tullix Halliquilla, dated 12-23-1906

Battle between Eagle and Chinook: Origin of the Horn Spoon

Typed story about a young Chinook chief's trials. This story was told by Sitting Rock, also known as Wasco Jim.