tag: Celilo Village
In this excerpt, Bryson Liberty talks about how many people came to Celilo in the fall and also talks about the hundred-year-old shacks at Celilo.
In this excerpt, Bryson Liberty talks about seeing Celilo with his grandparents and aunt, as well as the trade at Celilo.
In this video, Dr. Virginia Beavert discusses the Yakama River, Celilo, and the effect on people’s lifestyle after the flooding of Celilo
This gallery features images of bridges and roads near Celilo Village. Around the turn of the twentieth century, a number of bridges and roads were put in along the Oregon-Washington border. These roads and bridges were a mixed blessing, as they allowed more fishermen access to the falls, but meant that fish became harder to come by and led to undesirable traffic transversing Celilo Village and bringing tourists.
This gallery features images of children through Celilo Village in daily life, at work and play.
This gallery features photographs of young women taken near Celilo Village between 1902-1938.
This gallery features photographs from the Feast of the First Salmon celebrations held in 1939, 1940, 1945, 1948, 1954, 1956, and 1957.
This gallery features photos of Wyam Chief Tommy Thompson and his wife Flora.
The theme of this video is Celilo Falls. Five Native individuals talk about Celilo Falls and the Columbia River. By Tule Films with support from the National Endowment for the Arts.