Essay heading: Death of Celilo Falls

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February 25, 2005

 

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Chapter One gives the reader an insightful look into the history of the two towns as well as the conflict between each, and by doing so argues that Celilo Falls was no different, socially speaking, than other places in the American West where there were tensions between Indians and white settlers. This argument is summed up by one sentence in the beginning of the first chapter where she writes, "Although The Dalles Dam would negatively affect a relatively small group of Indian people in a still lightly populated region removed from the centers of national power, it represented a continuing history of federal Indian removal and the appropriation of Indian wealth by non-Indian people...
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This argument is summed up by one sentence in the beginning of the first chapter where she writes, "Although The Dalles Dam would negatively affect a relatively small group of Indian people in a still lightly populated region removed from the centers of national power, it represented a continuing history of federal Indian removal and the appropriation of Indian wealth by non-Indian people...
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