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Synonyms for Salishan

a family of Mosan language spoken in northwestern United States and western Canada


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May 20 /PRNewswire/ -- On June 1, the Salishan Lodge and Golf Resort will officially unveil a comprehensive renovation aimed at restoring the property's natural elegance and adding modern upgrades.
The Salishan and High Point Garden redevelopment projects represent the kind of public-private partnership that will help bring America's prosperity to communities that have been left behind.
forested acres in Oregon, the Salishan Lodge presents a special
Jacobsen-Hardy designs (others in Oregon include Oregon Golf Club in West Linn, Creekside in Salem, Stone Creek in Oregon City and the renovation of Salishan Golf Links in Gleneden Beach) emphasize playability by all skill levels.
The returning Four-Star winners are: Meadows Restaurant (Sunriver Lodge Resort), Bend; Vally River Inn, Eugene; Tu Tu' Tun Lodge, Gold Beach; Salishan Lodge (Gleneden Beach) and The Dining Room Restaurant (Salishan Lodge, Gleneden Beach), of Lincoln City; Heathman Hotel and RiverPlace Alexis Hotel, Portland.
The group has owned Salishan Spa & Golf Resort on the Oregon Coast since 2003.
Most of the tribal groups he identified in the Pacific Northwest - Yakima, Klickitat, interior and coastal Salishan, Kutenai, Nez Perce, Wallawalla, Umatilla, Cayuse, Chinookan, Chimakum, Quilliute and Willapa - occupy volumes 7 through 9.
Hazardous substances grant funds will be used to clean up Hillside Terrace 1 and 2; Salishan Phases 1, 2, 3, 4, and 7; and Salishan Phases 5 and 6.
The 10,000th home to earn LEED certification was Tacoma Housing Authority's 91-unit development, Salishan 7 in Washington.
Salishan Redevelopment (Phase I), the representative project, is a HOPE VI renewal project of 855 housing units built on 188 acres during World War II.
Much Native nonfiction includes memoir, such as Janet Campbell Hale's Bloodlines (1998) and the much earlier, eponymous Mourning Dove: A Salishan Autobiography (1994), and much of it includes commentary, such as Taiaiake Alfred's Peace, Power, Righteousness (1999) and Dale Turner's This Is Not A Peace Pipe (2006).
After earning a bachelor's degree from the University of Washington in Seattle, Crugnale was recruited to the Oregon coast's well-known Salishan Lodge.
From there he went to Florida to open Loews Miami Beach, and then traveled once again to Oregon to become the Executive Chef at Salishan Lodge and Golf Resort.
She used the fame she had gained as an established author in her efforts to advocate for Aboriginal land rights and became the first woman to be elected to the Salishan tribal government.
The latter's examination of the influence of non-Native mythology on Salishan literature might have afforded Neylan the opportunity to further examine Tsimshian culture's dependence on "metaphors of 'containedness'" in terms of what Ramsey would call mythpoesis.