Monthly Archives: February 2011

HANG ON TO YOUR OLD YELLOW MAP

Who is Tamástslikt’s audience? Most often, it is both the general public and the tribal heirs. Sometimes it turns out to be one or the other, but Tamástslikt wants to address both. For example, have you come across the yellow … Continue reading

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Indian Economist Might Have an Answer

Mark your calendar. Winona LaDuke will visit Tamástslikt on Monday, February 28, at 6:30pm. Come to the theater to hear her talk about indigenous sustainability and resilience. Thanks to Fishtrap of Wallowa for bringing her our way and enabling Tamástslikt … Continue reading

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PHOTO IMAGES IN DANGER

Did you know that most color negatives and prints last a maximum of 40 years, even negatives and prints stored in the dark? To combat the environmental assault on photos, come to Tamástslikt’s ‘Taking Care of Your Photos’ lecture-workshop by … Continue reading

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IT WAS OUR GOLDEN AGE

“Would you like to learn the Indian language?” Of course! All Indians would like to learn the Indian language, whether the downriver Nez Perce dialect adopted by the Cayuse forebears, the NE Sahaptin known as Walla Walla or Ichishkíin, or … Continue reading

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HOMEGROWN TALENT

David Close, CTUIR member, has made a brilliant career from his enjoyment of fishery work. He is now relating pure science to the traditional food, the lamprey eel– héesu (Nimíiputimtki) or ksúyas (Sahaptin). It’s inspiring that someone who didn’t think … Continue reading

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RANDOM GUEST BOOK COMMENTS

Goodbye, Tall-in-the-Saddle exhibit: Pat Walters–A wonderful tribute to Pendleton, the association & especially the Tribes; Sam & Kelly Johnson from the Yukon territories; Krzysiek Rosiecki/Helena Howarth UK/Poland “Amazing place”; WuPei-Hui, Taiwan; Ron J. Pond, “outstanding; real R-Up history”;Debby Tewa, Hopi, … Continue reading

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GOING TO THE BUFFALO

Yellowstone was at the crossroads of trade routes for many tribes in prehistory. This year, hunting buffalo outside the park was opened up to tribes like ours that once “went to the buffalo” across the continental divide. Aspiring to be … Continue reading

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