tag: Tribal Relations
In this excerpt, Antone Minthorn (Umatilla) talks about having respect for the land and the benefits of everyone having a better understanding of that.
The theme of this video is treaties. Seven Native individuals talk about treaty protections, property rights, culture, and first rights. By Tule Films with support from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Bobbie Conner (Cayuse, Nez Perce, Umatilla) talks about Native fortitude.
Bryson Liberty (Cayuse, Umatilla, Walla Walla) talks about an unexpected encounter with settlers along a traditional seasonal trail. 1:58.
Bryson Liberty (Cayuse, Umatilla, Walla Walla) talks about an incident in the Dalles where he and a friend were declined service at a movie theater. 1:51.
Bill Yallup Jr (Yakama) talks about Kamiakin’s attempts to join tribes into one to face the incoming white settlers and keep their lands.
Bill Yallup Jr (Yakama) talks about trade and sale, and the concept of owning land.
Wilbur Slockish (Klickitat, Yakama) talks about a conversation he had in prison that reshaped the way he looked at cultural relations.
Greg Archuleta (Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde) talks about unsuccessful attempts by Indian agents to keep members of the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde from fishing in the falls.
Bobbie Conner (Cayuse/Nez Perce/Umatilla) talks about divide and conquer tactics used in American federal policy.
Wilfred and Bessie Greene Scott (Nez Perce) talk about nighttime raids by the Oregon State Police about fishing violations. 1:15.
Tanna Engdahl (Cowlitz) talks about dealing with discrimination with her grandmother.
Tanna Engdahl (Cowlitz) talks about the adoption of written language and its use in gaining tribal recognition.
Virginia Beavert (Yakama) talks about activism for fishing rights, including going to the federal court to object to families being charged for fishing out of season.
The theme of this video is “Surrounded by History.” Four Native individuals talk about history, identity, intercultural relations, respect, and land connection. By Tule Films, with support of the National Endowment for the Arts.