Čáw Pawá Láakni - They Are Not Forgotten | Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation

Abstract:

Person holding up a large research book with post-it tabs in an office settingContemporary place names throughout the United States reflect the history of colonization. The explorers and settlers who named mountains, rivers, and other natural features after themselves or their heroes were unaware or indifferent to the fact that waterways, features of the land, and places already had ancient names. The Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation have undertaken an ambitious project to organize, give preeminence to, and systematically disseminate their knowledge of the land.

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Last updated on 03/03/2022