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Public Anthropology- Radio Shows KMUZ, KYAC

The following Radio broadcasts feature various educational and information shows about Oregon Indian History.

Native America Calling

Wednesday, February 27, 2019 – Indigenous perspectives on borders
Thursday, June 14, 2018 – Political rhetoric takes a turn
Tuesday, June 2, 2020 – Past disease outbreaks inform the current pandemic

The Rewilding podcast, Episode 8

https://www.petermichaelbauer.com/episode-8-engaging-with-the-history-and-people-of-your-place-with-david-lewis/

KMUZ-Salem

Indian education

http://kmuz.org/willamette-wake-up-11092017-history-of-indian-education-in-oregon/

Your Salem Through the Years with Virginia Green

http://kmuz.org/category/your-salem-through-the-years/page/6/

Willamette Wake Up 11/23/2017 — Thanks Giving Day Reflections

http://kmuz.org/willamette-wake-up-11-23-2017-thanks-giving-day-reflections/

Grand Ronde Tribe Podcast

Regarding the Willamette Valley Treaty, Podcast #4

The Podcast is here https://www.spreaker.com/user/smokesignals/ss-podcast-4-willamette-valley-treaty

The Trails of Tears, Podcast #9

KYAC- Mill City

Bridge to the past- numerous shows- 2nd Tuesday of the month at 8:30 A.M. (2016-2017), New schedule as of 2018, is 2nd and 4th Tuesday mornings.

https://www.mixcloud.com/discover/kyac-community-radio+city:mill-city-oregon/

Other episodes of Bridge to the Past 2017-2018, on Soundcloud,

Categories: education General History Grand Ronde Reservation Kalapuya Native Issues Oregon indians Personal History Radio and Video treaties Uncategorized Willamette Valley

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Ethnohistory Research, LLC | David G. Lewis, PhD

PhD Anthropology (UO 2009) and Native history researcher. Member of the Grand Ronde Tribe, Takelma, Chinook, Molalla, and Santiam Kalapuya ancestry. Owner of Ethnohistory Research LCC, professional consultant and project researcher.

I teach at local universities and colleges and take contracts with tribes, local governments and nonprofits. I have experience in archival organization, museum development, exhibit curation, traditional cultural property nomination, tribal ethnohistoric research, tribal maps, traditional ecological knowledge, and presentations to large and small gatherings. Contact me for consultation about any of these projects.

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