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Synonyms for Salishan

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


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Be of Good Mind: Essays on the Coast Salish (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2007), 1-29; and general references to Salishan practices in a study focused on the Skagit by June McCormick Collins, "The Influence of White Contact on Class Distinctions and Political Authority among the Indians of Northern Puget Sound;' in Riley et al.
It is also here that Joe recounts hearing the great Salishan chief and orator Chief Dan George in the early 1980s, and, in a way, An Aboriginal Chief's Journey is almost immediately reminiscent of Dan George's poetic life writing My Heart Soars.
Contemporary uses of bark for medicine by two Salishan native elders of southeast Vancouber Island, Canada.
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.
Why here: Because you can laze in an outdoor soaking tub on the edge of Siletz Bay surrounded by nothing, save for herons, egrets, and bald eagles; be rubbed and scrubbed; then stagger back to your room, at the Salishan Spa & Golf Resort across the street, to do little else but read by the fire till dinner.
In the flat action, Salishan, might follow-up Friday's win at Listowel in the opener.
Paper presented at the Fifteenth International Conference on Salishan Languages, Vancouver, BC.
The name comes from a Salishan word meaning "preserving for the sake of handing down.
The Okanagan language, called N'silxchn by us, is one of the Salishan languages.
Oregon Association for Career and Technical Education Annual Spring Conference, Salishan Lodge and Conference Center, Gleneden Beach, Ore.
HULLLOOELLELL (either a Chinookan or a Salishan tribe--Hod) has 7 Ls.
20) In a classic paper on economic exchange and reciprocity among Salishan First Nations of the Northwest Coast, Suttles discusses the cultural bonding that reciprocal traditional economies encouraged.
PIMA's Pacific Coast Division Spring Conference May 16-18 Salishan Lodge Gieneden Beach, Oregon, USA Mike Goodwin, mike_goodwin@bc.