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Extractions: BIBLIOGRAPHY The following bibliography by no means constitutes a complete list of the source materials relating to the history of the Hudson's Bay Company post at Fort Vancouver. For the most part, the bibliography lists only those works which have been consulted during the preparation of the foregoing study. The bibliography is arranged according to the following classification: I. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL AIDS. II. MANUSCRIPT MATERIALS. 1. Collections of correspondence, official documents, reminiscences, etc. I. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL AIDS Appleton, John B. The Pacific Northwest, A Selected Bibliography Covering Completed Research in the Natural Resource and Socio-Economic Fields, An Annotated List of In-Progress and Contemplated Research, together with Critical Comments Thereon, 1930-1939. Portland, Oregon, 1939.
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Klickitat (tribe) - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia Judson, Katharine Berry (1912) (DJVU). Myths and legends of the Pacific Northwest, especially of Washington and Oregon. Washington State Library's Classics in Washington History http://danpritchard.com/wiki/Klickitat_(tribe)
Extractions: extracted from Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia (using Wikipedia Reflection Script From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Klickitat A Klickitat Brave, 1899 Total population Ca. 600 in 1780; ca. 400 in 1910. Regions with significant populations United States Washington Languages English Klickitat Related ethnic groups Yakama The Klickitat (also spelled Klikitat ) are a Native American tribe of the Pacific Northwest . A Shahaptian tribe, their eastern neighbors were the Yakama , who speak a closely related language. Their western neighbors were various Salishan and Chinookan tribes. Their name has been perpetuated in Klickitat County, Washington Klickitat, Washington Klickitat Street in Portland, Oregon , and the Klickitat River , a tributary of the Columbia River. The Klickitat were noted for being active and enterprising traders, and served as intermediaries between the coastal tribes and those living east of the Cascade Mountains The ethnonym "Klikitat" is said to derive from a Chinookan word meaning "beyond," in reference to the
Western Expansion and of Alaska as found in the United States government documents, congressional series, in the American state papers, and in other documents, 17891881 Judson, Katharine Berry RNW 016 http://farrit.lili.org/files/farrit/IdahoMemoirs&JournalsofWesternExpansion.
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Extractions: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Tubatulabal traditional narratives include myths, legends, tales, and oral histories preserved by the Tubatulabal people of the Kern River basin of the southern Sierra Nevada in California. Tubatulabal oral literature was most similar to that of the Great Basin, rather than central California. ( See also Traditional narratives (Native California) Judson, Katharine Berry. 1912. Myths and Legends of California and the Old Southwest . A. C. McClurg, Chicago. (Four "Pai Ute" narratives, pp. 48-49, 75-76, 106, 193.) Luthin, Herbert W. 2002. Surviving through the Days: A California Indian Reader . University of California Press, Berkeley. (A myth on "The Contest between Men and Women," slightly revised from Voegelin 1938, pp. 363-381.) Powers, Stephen. 1877. Tribes of California . Contributions to North American Ethnology, vol. 3. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. Reprinted with an introduction by Robert F. Heizer in 1976, University of California Press, Berkeley. (Several narratives, pp. 394-395.)
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