Erroneous Tropes in Narratives of Removal to the Coast Indian Reservation

Digging through previously collected digitized documents, I found several accounts of removal of the tribes to the Siletz Reservation. These are worthy of commentary for the historical origins of many of the details emphasized. Its apparent that oral accounts are in many ways more accurate than written histories. A good number of early written histories […]

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Truth of History

This title is nearly an oxymoron. There are historic truths, but what we known of history is an invention of mostly people who did not personally experience that history. In truth, historians write histories all the time where they assume that what they are writing is true, based on the preponderance of evidence. Mostly historians […]

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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   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 — […]

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