The 1851 Treaty Commission Journal: The Clackamas Treaty

In November 1851 Dart finally is ready to return to Washington DC with the treaties to present them to Congress. Earlier in the year, when Dart arrived in Oregon, he first visited the Umatilla basin to try to work a deal with the Umatilla regional tribes for the removal of some 4,000 western Oregon Indians … More The 1851 Treaty Commission Journal: The Clackamas Treaty

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 … More Public Anthropology- Radio Shows KMUZ, KYAC

Help fund My Book Project: Tribal Stories of the Willamette Valley

  Tribal Stories of the Willamette Valley This project is born from this website. Over the past three years I have been writing essays about the Iribal histories of Oregon. I am bringing together about 20 of these stories into a book project. The project will rewrite the tribe histories and help everyone understand what … More Help fund My Book Project: Tribal Stories of the Willamette Valley

Charge it to my Account in the Next World- The Nathaniel Wyeth Venture

Nathaniel Wyeth  was an early American explorer and investor in a salmon fishing and fur trade industry in the Oregon Territory. Wyeth  built as many as four forts in the West, including Fort William on Wappatoo Island (Sauvie Island), Oregon Territory, and Fort Hall on the Lewis River (Snake river)  in what is Idaho today. In … More Charge it to my Account in the Next World- The Nathaniel Wyeth Venture