Death of Celilo Falls

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December 27, 2013








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The mid-size town was "on the verge of expansion and growth" (pg. 27) and supported the projects that "would make the city the "gateway" between Portland and the cities of the interior Northwest." (pg. 27). The Celilo Village and other surrounding Indians, however, saw the building of the dam as an encroachment upon their resources...
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The building of the dam would adversely affect the fishing industry which was vital to the native people's interests. She goes on to describe the natives' belief that they had a right to decide how the resources were used as well, describing on pages 20 through 25, the ancient, thriving community that the natives had prior to white settlement...
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