Item #10665 Siletz Survival for an Artifact. Leone Kasner.
Siletz Survival for an Artifact

Siletz Survival for an Artifact

1980. illustrated by Leone Kasner. Second Printing. original wraps. quarto, pp. 80, illustrations, footnotes. PEOPLE: The Empty Valley, The First People and a Name for their River, The Weavers of the Ancient Bands, Bypassed by Everything but War, Cross Purposes of Peace, Growth and a New Community. -- THE BASKETRY: Text and 16 pages illustrations by the author. Near fine. Item #10665

"The Siletz lived along the Pacific Coast in northern Oregon, in parts of what are now Tillamook, Lincoln, and Lane counties. They were part of a larger group of Native Americans called the Tillamook, whose lands stretched from Tillamook Head in Clatsop County to the Siletz River in Lincoln County, Oregon. They built villages along the mouths of principal rivers that flow west from the Pacific Coast Range. In the early twenty-first century the Siletz reservation is located in western Oregon, mainly in Lincoln County, but 35 acres are Marion County. The tribe also serves an eleven-county area of western Oregon"

Price: $85.00

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