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Lewis & ClarkLegacies, Memories, and New Perspectives$
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Kris Fresonke and Irene Bloemraad

Print publication date: 2004

Print ISBN-13: 9780520228399

Published to California Scholarship Online: March 2012

DOI: 10.1525/california/9780520228399.001.0001

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The Lewis & Clark Bicentennial: Putting Tribes Back on the Map

The Lewis & Clark Bicentennial: Putting Tribes Back on the Map

(p.265) Chapter 12 The Lewis & Clark Bicentennial: Putting Tribes Back on the Map
Lewis & Clark

Roberta Conner

University of California Press

This chapter centers on the Indian perspective of the bicentennial and presents the views of Wishlow-too-la-tin, or Raymond Burke, of the Umatilla nation. It determines that these documents expand the Native American standpoints on the expedition that were collected in this book and provide a sharp corrective to the patriotic and univocal commemorations that originate in Washington, D.C. The chapter also describes the descendants of the people found in the journal entries of Lewis and Clark.

Keywords:   Indian perspective, Wishlow-too-la-tin, Umatilla, Native American standpoints, commemorations

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