Title: People of salmon and cedar
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- Ron Hirschi (Author)
- Deborah Cooper (Illustrator)
- Edward S. Curtis (Photographer)
Abstract: In 1850, Chief Seattle, leader of the Suquamish and Duwamish, welcomed white settlers to his homeland. Although much has changed since that time, the Indian people of the Northwest Coast remain. They also hold on to their cultural traditions in many ways, respecting the salmon of their rivers and the cedar trees of their forests. This text helps us understand the culture of Northwest Coast Indians, especially the relationship with their majestic landscape.
Publisher: Cobblehill Books
Published in: United States
Contributed by: Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribal Council, in conjunction with the University of Washington Information School
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