Confluence Library

In this excerpt, Antone Minthorn talks about the beginning of Confluence and it’s role in teaching the next seven generations.

In this excerpt, Antone Minthorn (Umatilla) discusses the inherent rights Indigenous people have to their lands and the impact of treaties.

In this excerpt, Antone Minthorn (Umatilla) talks about having respect for the land and the benefits of everyone having a better understanding of that.

 

In this excerpt Antone Minthorn (Umatilla) talks about the process of restoring salmon to the Umatilla River.

In this excerpt, Antone Minthorn [Umatilla] talks about his role as the general council chairman for the CTUIR and his role in building an economy and land restoration.

Bryson Liberty (Cayuse, Umatilla, Walla Walla) talks about an unexpected encounter with settlers along a traditional seasonal trail. Extended version.

Bryson Liberty talks about his role in the Happy Canyon rodeo.

Bryson Liberty talks about the importance of the horse to Indigenous people.

In this excerpt, Bryson Liberty talks about his time at Chemawa and how his football team won the State High School, B school championship.

Bryson Liberty talks about his grandmother, mother, and aunts having English names and why he’s not fluent in his language.