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Natural Resources, Religion
Summary
Louie Pitt talks about the river as a provider, and the spiritual connection to the natural resources in and along the river.
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Lifeways
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Louie Pitt tells a shortened version of a Coyote story, where he plays the trickster at a meeting of dogs.
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Confluence
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Lands
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Louie Pitt recalls memories of going to Celilo Falls as a kid. He describes the sound, the smell and feel of the area.
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Confluence
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Lifeways
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Louie Pitt describes how elders share cultural knowledge and pass down important lifeways.
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Confluence
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Lands, Natural Resources
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Louie Pitt talks about "many Celilos," or the many places where indigenous people were pushed away from their livelihoods along the river systems in the Northwest.
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Confluence
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Government to Government Relations
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Tony Johnson talks about some of the differences between indigenous and non-indigenous cultures and how colonial culture sometimes seems invisible to non-indigenous people but becomes obvious in comparison to indigenous cultures living here.
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Confluence
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Lands, Lifeways
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Tony Johnson talks about connection to place and why it's important to educate non-native people about places that are important to indigenous people of the Northwest.
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Confluence
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Language
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Tony Johnson describes Chinuk Wawa, the pidgen language known as "Chinook Jargon" that is the one of the remaining living Chinook languages and was widely used for trading in the Northwest.
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Confluence
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Lifeways
Summary
Tony Johnson explains how his cultural lifeways are his inheritance and that it has value that continues to need to be passed down to future generations.
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Confluence
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Government to Government Relations, Natural Resources
Summary
Tony Johnson talks about the Boldt Decision, which granted Treaty Tribes access to fishing sites, but denied traditional rights to unrecognized tribal communities like the Chinook Nation.
Community
Confluence
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Lifeways
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Greg Archuleta shares concerns about the threat of losing cultural knowledge. He describes how The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde have adapted and brought traditional practices into modern uses.
Community
Confluence
Category
Lifeways
Summary
Greg Archuleta describes some of the various approaches that tribal people take to pass down traditional cultural knowledge. Decisions about how to do this are made at the tribal, community and family level.