Tag Archives: Cayuse

SEASONAL WONDERINGS

It was around January 7, 2012, when Cass commented :    “I visited the museum years ago and sadly can’t find any of my journals or work from that period. I often think back to my time spent there. I am … Continue reading

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FAITHFUL TO THEIR TRIBE & FRIENDS

What did 19th century fur traders think and say about our old-time Indians?   Back in the days of the Fort Nez Percés-Fort Walla Walla, Hudson’s Bay Company was collecting questionnaires from their chief factor stationed across the river from the … Continue reading

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WÍNAM TAMÁSCLIKTYAW

Tamástslikt Cultural Institute’s living culture village opens May 28 and remains open through September 5.  Admission to the village is included with museum admission.  Naamí Níshaycht, our village, brings alive the culture of the people now known as Cayuse, Walla … Continue reading

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WATCH FOR “MEEK’S CUTOFF” IN APRIL

Looking forward with great anticipation to seeing Meek’s Cut-Off, a movie that will come out in limited release in April 2011. Too bad we didn’t know it premiered in a Bend film festival this past October. Actress Michelle Williams has … Continue reading

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