Monthly Archives: August 2011

CHILDREN’S POW-WOW COMING UP

Saturday, September 3, from 1-4pm, there is a free children’s pow-wow to be held in Naamí Nisháycht, our living culture village.  Children age 14 and under are welcome to participate, and everybody is welcome to be spectators.  This event will … Continue reading

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CONDOLENCES, BLUE MOUNTAIN WILDLIFE

We got word that Ulla, the golden eagle, died by accidental electrocution night before last.   She was one of the education birds of Blue Mountain Wildlife, and came to Tamástslikt regularly for a few years.  She was just here last … Continue reading

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A NEW WINDOW INTO THE PAST

Here’s a fascinating website– http://oregonnews.uoregon.edu To quote the July 28 Heritage listserv:  “More than 180,000 pages from 18 Oregon newspapers are now available online through the University of Oregon newly launched website Historic Oregon Newspapers. The site provides unprecedented access … Continue reading

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BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE

Who should I spot when I opened up the Fall 2011 issue of the National Museum of the American Indian magazine but our own John Bevis and Katy Blackwolf.  Their horse regalia-making class is pictured.  Tsitsqíits!  What a surprise.  They … Continue reading

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COWGIRL STORIES

One of our tribal elders, Leah Conner, appeared in a magazine article from the days when she was queen of the Round-Up.  It can be found at http://bcm.bc.edu/issues/winter_2003/ft_rodeo.html There is a photo of Leah and her sister Etta in the … Continue reading

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