Llyn De Danaan Papers, 1971-2012  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Teacher
De Danaan, Llyn
Title
Llyn De Danaan Papers
Dates
1971-2012 (inclusive)
Quantity
1.0 cubic feet
Collection Number
US-WaOE.PP.1976-12.D433
Summary
Repository
The Evergreen State College, Malcolm Stilson Archives and Special Collections.
Archives and Special Collections
Daniel J. Evans Library
L2309
The Evergreen State College
2700 Evergreen Parkway NW
Olympia, WA
98505
Telephone: 360-867-6126
Fax: 360-867-6790
archives@evergreen.edu
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Collection is open to the public for legitimate research only. A request with a description of the research project and the documentation being sought is required. Digitized materials are for in-house use only.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Initially funded through a National Endowment for the Humanities (We the people" grant for Washington Women's History to the Washington Women's History Consortium, a part of the Washington State Historical Society. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this website do not necessarily reflect those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.


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LLyn De Danaan, emerita faculty, The Evergreen State College, writes fiction and non-fiction. Her most well known and acclaimed works are Conversations with the Inner Dog and Koans with the Inner Dog. She has been a research consultant for Washington Indian tribes since 1991. Her non-fiction publications include social studies curricula, produced in collaboration with Indian educators and the Washington State Superintendent of Public Instruction's office. She was a recipient of the Washington State Historical Society's Peace and Friendship award in recognition of her role in fostering an understanding of Washington's cultural diversity.

Her field work experience includes ethnographic work with farm laborers in Yakima Valley, long term projects in Sarawak and Kelantan, Malaysia, and short term work in Thailand and Rajasthan, India. She collaborated in the documentation of Transylvanian winter ceremonials during a Fulbright fellowship in Romania 2006-2007. Her recent Mountain of Shell project focuses on the life and work of the Japanese and Japanese American community on Oyster Bay, Washington. An article based on this work appeared in the Winter 2012 Columbia Magazine. Her nonfiction book, Katie Gale: A Coast Salish Woman's Life on Oyster Bay (University of Nebraska Press) will be available October 1, 2013.

De Danaan, aka Lynn Patterson, grew up in Ohio. She was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Sarawak, Malaysia, 1962-64. She worked for the Xenia Daily Gazette before attending Ohio State University where she graduated cum laude and was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa. She sings and plays guitar and lives on Oyster Bay, Washington State.

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Materials include research materials accumulated by Llyn De Danaan or by other anthropologists working in the same fields of study with whom she collaborated. Also included are research materials from which her non-fictional and fictional writings have been created. Additionally, the accession includes physical objects presented to Ms. De Danaan by friends and acquaintances including a collection of poetry competition trophies from events held within the Native American Community.

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Letters Received

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Research Notes and Materials, 1971-2012Return to Top

24.0 cubic feet
Container(s) Description Dates
Native American Tribal Historical Research
Circa 1850-2012
Archaelogical Reports
Colville Tribe
Maps
Native Fisheries
Native Hunting
Research Materials of Barbara S. and Robert B. Lane
Folder
Original Order
Inventory of Boxes
1.0 item (inventory of seven boxes of materials)
Prior to 2013
Lane, Box 1 # 0387-0427
1.0 folder (multiple reports and letter, organized in reverse chronology)
Hunting and Fishing documents by Colville Indians from Sandpoint, RG75, 1908-1926. [Includes typed synopsis, located at beginning of file, describing the details of the collected documents.]
Baizley, G. F.
Cavanaugh, J. B., (James Bates)
Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation, Washington.
Fruit, Clay
Johnson, J. M., (John M.)
Lemery, Pete
McCormick, James
Meritt, Edgar Briant, 1874-
Moore, Harry C.
Morgan, Fred C.
Poindexter, Miles, 1868-1946
Quill, Florence
Sells, Cato, 1859-1948
Slater, John B.
Swain, Leonidas
Swimtaken, Charley
United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Commissioner of Indian Affairs.
United States. Office of Indian Affairs. Colville Agency.
United States. War Department.
Upchurch, O. C.
W. A. Talbert
Webster, John McAdam, 1849-1921
Wenatchee Jim
1910-1926
Lane Box 1 # 0564-0621
1.0 folder (60 documents)
Colville Fish and Game Enhancement on Reservation, from RG 75, Sandpoint. [Includes synopsis at beginning of file.]skn
Bean, C. H.
Burgess, Chas.
Cain, Oscar
Clausen, C. W.
Dawson, L. H.
Fruit, Clay
Johnson, J. N.
Johnston, Virgil
Kinney, J. W.
Krompa, F.
Lynch, Jennie
Mayhall, J. M.
Morgan, Fred C.
Reasor, Calvin A.
Rich, Willis H.
Seaborg, Ernest
United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Commissioner of Indian Affairs.
Upchurch, O. C.
1911-1924
Lane Box 1 # 0622-0629
1.0 folder (8 documents)
San Poil Fishery and Priest Rapids Dam, from RG 75, Sandpoint. Also Brief: "Save the Columbia River Salmon" submitted to PFC in opposition to Priest Rapids Dam.
Barden, W. J.
Clark, Earnest D.
Cobb, John N.
Freeman, Miller
Seaborg, Ernest
Shoemaker, Carl D.
United States. Federal Power Commission. (FPC).
Upchurch, O. C.
Winn, Dennis
1924
Lane Box #2 0811-0900
1.0 folder (dozens, incl synopsis at beginning of file)
Fishing and Hunting Permits on Reservation, 1913-1923, RG 75, Sandpoint
Notes regarding who has authority to regulate hunting and fishing on Reservation, as well as enforcement. See abstracts and notes within Lane Box #2 0901-1005.
United States. Office of Indian Affairs. Colville Agency.
1913-1923
Lane Box #2 0901-1005
1.0 folder (dozens, incl synopsis at beginning of file)
Hunting and Fishing Permits, 1909-1912, RG 75, Sandpoint.
Handwritten and typed letters asking for permit to hunt, fish, boat and other recreation activities within Colville Reservation, by non Colville tribal members. Includes typed and handwritten responses from Colville Agency Superintendent. Appears to be documentation regarding history and authority to permit hunting and fishing at Colville Reservation. Considering these documents in the relation to other folders, it appears these were used to document precedent, as well as who collected revenues from these permits. Besides the specific requests for permits, the information may have been collected to gauge popular knowledge of hunting and fishing areas that were of traditional use to Colville tribes. See also Lane Box #2 0811-0900
United States. Office of Indian Affairs. Colville Agency.
1909-1912
Lane Box #2 5115
1.0 folder (1 document)
"Summer Chinook and Sockeye Salmon Mortality in the Upper Coumbia River and Its Relationship to Nitrogen Super-Saturation", by Thomas K. Meekin and Richard L. Allen, a portion of the Washington Department of Fisheries Technical Report #12, Nitrogen Supersaturation Investigations in the Mid-Columbia River. Includes maps, graphs and tables.
Allen, Richard L. , (Richard Lee), 1936-
Meekin, Thomas K.
1974
Lane Box #2 5116-5134
1.0 folder
Washington State Archives materials. State shoreland affected by Columbia Basin Project, 1933. Fisheries and Colville correspondence with state on project, 1933-1939. License for Wells Dam, July 12, 1962. Preliminary Permit for Wells Dam, September 22, 1954, requireing PUD to conduct negotiations with Colville. Acquisition of Grand Coulee Dam lands from Colville.
Banks, F. A., (Frank Arthur), 1883-1957
Brennan, B. M.
Craig, Joseph A.
Dill, Clarence C. , (Clarence Cleveland), 1884-1978
Hamilton, Richard
James, Jim
Martin, Clarence D. , (Clarence Daniel), 1886-1955
McNinch, Frank R., (Frank Ramsay), 1873-1950
O'Sullivan, James
Pierce, G. McGuire
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Indian Affairs.
United States. Federal Power Commission. (FPC).
Washington (State). Department of Fisheries and Game.
1933-1954
Lane Box #2 5179-5229
1.0 folder (approximately 50 newspaper articles)
RG 75, Sandpoint Materials. Okanogan and San Poil fisheries and fish traps and fishing and hunting rights, islands, treaty rights, newspaper articles, cultural activities, 1910-1931. Many articles about use of Okanogan and San Poil Rivers.
Darwin, L. H.
Farely, E. J.
Fox, Roy C.
Manypenny, George Washington, 1809-1893
Meritt, Edgar Briant, 1874-
Meyer, Harvey K.
Moore, Harry C.
Okanogan Independent.
Stevens, Isaac Ingalls, 1818-1862
The Omak Chronicle.
United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Commissioner of Indian Affairs.
Upchurch, O. C.
1909-1928; 1855-1928
Lane Box #2 5230-5299
1.0 folder (approximately 70 letters, reports and newspaper clippings)
Newspaper articles regarding tribal fishing on San Poil, Columbia, Methow, 1930s. Correspondence on beds and banks. Reason for the matter being sent to the Solicitor, 1960s. Washington State Archives correspondence on beds and banks of the Okanogan, late 1960s and 1970s.
Bowler, M. E.
Cole, Bert L., 1910-1993
Hymer, George
Jeffers, Garfield R.
Kemp, Brad
Lumberg, Varian
Miller, Elmo
Neely, C. Richard
Okanogan Independent.
Public Utility District No. 1 of Douglas County (Wash.).
Remsen, James B.
Smith, T. J.
United States. Office of Indian Affairs. Colville Agency.
Washington (State). Department of Natural Resources.
Washington (State). Office of Commissioner of Public Lands.
Washington (State). Office of the Attorney General.
Young, Pete
1928-1966
Lane Box #3 5300-5341
1.0 folder (42 documents)
Washington State Archives, Olympia; Department of Fisheries Records. Columbia and Okanogan River Indian fishing, fish traps, replacement fishing (5305-5311). Some items are newspaper articles.
Banks, F. A., (Frank Arthur), 1883-1957
Betlach, Roy A.
Brennan, B. M.
Charley, T. B.
Downer, George
Einarsen, Arthur S, (Arthur Skogman), 1897-
Foster, Fred J.
Hamilton, G. W., (Garrison)
Ickes, Harold L., (Harold LeClair), 1874-1952
Josephson, R. W.
Lieberg, Fred W.
McLeod, Kenneth , 1898-1987
Meekin, Tom
Mendenhall, Walter C. , (Walter Curran), 1871-1957
Miner, J. H.
Oregon. Fish Commission.
Page, John C., 1887-1955
Pollock, Charles R.
Public Utility District No. 1 of Douglas County (Wash.).
Rathbun, S. F.
Robison, Robert S.
Seaborg, Ernest
Spence, R. A.
Starlund, George C.
Stockley, Clinton E.
The Keller Miner.
The Oroville Weekly Gazette.
The San Poil Eagle.
Veatch, John C.
Walter, R. F.
Washington (State). Department of Fisheries and Game.
Washington (State). Fisheries Board.
Washington State Sportsmen’s Council.
Watkins, Art
1925-1965
Lane Box #3 5342-5402
1.0 folder (61 documents)
Documents from Washington State University, Pullman. Enloe Dam, Okanogan River, Similkameen River, Colville fishing and arrests, Wells Dam affects on fishing, Wells Dam, San Poil fishing, Zosel Dam.
Arp, Arthur H.
Bernhardt, John
Brennan, B. M.
Canada. Department of Fisheries.
Christensen, Frank P.
Clausen, J. C.
Cobb, John N.
Cole, Kenn
Cowan, Oliver M.
Craddock, Donovan R.
Darwin, L. H.
Dunstan, Willliam A.
Edson, Quentin
Erho, Michael W.
Fruit, Clay
Geological Survey (U.S.).
Gorton, Slade, 1928-
Grant, Gordon
Hourston, W. R.
Jeffers, Richard G.
Johsnon, D. R.
Kaydas, George M.
Koski, Charles H.
Lieberg, Fred W.
Mains, Edward M.
Meekin, Tom
Miner, J. H.
Moore, Milo
Motherwell, J. A.
Nordeen, William T.
Pautzke, Clarence
Peck, William L.
Phillips, S. P.
Pollock, Charles R.
Pressey, R. T.
Rees, Bill
Rothfus, Lloyd O.
Royal, Loyd A.
Starlund, George C.
Stockley, Clinton E.
Thayer, Marsh
Tollefson, Thor C., (Thor Carl), 1901-1982
United States. Federal Power Commission. (FPC).
United States. National Marine Fisheries Service. Columbia River Program Office.
United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Veatch, F. M.
Ward, W. Dale
Watkins, Art
Webb, Russ
Wendler, Henry O.
Wildman, Robert D.
Zosel, William
1947-1971; 1917-1971
Lane Box #3 (5403-5419)
1.0 folder (1 document)
Letter regarding fish traps, rights if Colville tribe members to fish
Webster, John McAdam, 1849-1921
1907
Lane Box #3 5443-5499
1.0 folder (56 letters, reports, agreements)
Weisbrodt documents: 1891 document without provenance. FERC archives: Wells Dam, Indian rights. National Archives: San Poil fishing, fish traps, hunting, Okanogan fishing, agreement with state to fish, hunting and fishing rights, Collier says boundary is middle of channel, Nespelem River fishing, trespass, Grand Coulee, Zosel Dam, reservation hatchery.
Alvord, Benjamin, 1813-1884
Arnold, L. D.
Bernard, James
Brown, F. Stewart
Burke, Charles H.
Burlew, Ebert K., (Ebert Keiser), 1885-1945
Collier, John, 1884-1968
Corbett, Henry W. , (Henry Winslow), 1827-1903
Erho, Michael W.
Flory, Evan L.
Floyd, M. Lee
Garfielde, S., (Selucius), 1822-1883
Grant, Ulysses S., (Ulysses Simpson), 1822-1885
Groseclose, C. J.
Gwydir, Rickard D., (Rickard Daniel), 1844-
Head, Wm. Wade
Hill, Sam B., (Sam Billingsley), 1875-1958
Leab, Luc C
Lemery, Pete
McKenney, Thomas L., (Thomas Loraine for Thomas L.), 1785-1859
Merrill, O. C.
Meyer, Harvey K.
O'Malley, Henry
Paul, Louie
Pelissier, Anthony
Poindexter, Miles, 1868-1946
Quill, Florence
Sovereign, H. B.
Tillso, Andrew
United States. Bureau of Fisheries.
United States. Federal Power Commission. (FPC).
United States. General Land Office . (GLO)
United States. Office of Indian Affairs. Colville Agency.
Upchurch, O. C.
Walker, Francis Amasa, 1840-1897
Washington (State). Department of Fisheries and Game.
Winans, W. P., (William Parkhurst), 1836-1917
Woehlke, Walter Victor, 1881-1954
1970-1971; 1872-1971
Lane Box #3 5500-5512
1.0 folder (9 letters, reports and articles)
National Archives documents: San Poil fishing, Columbia River fishing, Grand Coulee. Sandpoint documents: Okanogan River boundary on west side of river (Gardner, 1882), Baldwin 1883 report, 1855 treaty proceedings (typed transcript). Newspaper articles on San Poil and Okanogan fishing.
Baldwin, Frank Dwight, 1842-1923
Holt, L. M.
Hoover, Herbert, 1874-1964
Meyer, Harvey K.
Okanogan Independent. (publisher)
Quill, Florence
United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Commissioner of Indian Affairs.
United States. Federal Power Commission. (FPC).
United States. Office of Indian Affairs. Colville Agency.
Upchurch, O. C.
1883-1932
Lane Box #3 5513-5539
1.0 folders (6 reports and letters)
Weisbrodt: fur trade reports with Indian fishing on Columbia and Okanogoan, hunting; 1844-1853 correspondence and documents from Commissioner of Indian Affairs.
Black, Saml., (Samuel)
Hudson’s Bay Company.
Kennedy, Alexander
Lane, Joseph, 1801-1881
United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Commissioner of Indian Affairs.
Work, John
1822-1829
Lane Box #3 5540-5569
1.0 folder (1 document)
Report by Captain Alvord regarding his orders.
Alvord, Benjamin, 1813-1884
Townsend, E. D., (Edward Davis), 1817-1893
1853
Lane Box #3 5570-5599
1.0 folder (1 document)
Weisbrodt documents: 1854-1855 on Indian title, subsistence fishing, Okanogan, Yakima Treaty.
Stevens, Isaac Ingalls, 1818-1862
United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Commissioner of Indian Affairs.
September 16, 1854
Lane Box #3 5600-5639
1.0 folder (2 reports)
Weisbrodt documents: 1855-1857 on Indian title, Okanogans, Okanogan fishing, subsistence fishing.
Nesmith, J. W.
United States. Superintendent of Indian Affairs for Oregon and Washington.
Yantis, B. F.
1857
Lane Box #3 5640-5679
1.0 folder (3 documents)
Weisbrodt documents: 1857-1861 on treaty ratification, Indian title, subsistence fisheries and fishing, and Indian-White conflict.
Geary, Edward R., 1811-1886
Lugenbeel, Pinkney, 1819-1886
United States. Superintendent of Indian Affairs for Oregon and Washington.
1859
Lane Box #3 5710-5779
1.0 folder (6 documents)
Weisbrodt documetns: 1865-1870 on subsistence fishing, Okanogan fishing, Indian title, fisheries, firing of McKinney, 1870 Indian Council, Winans census.
Paige, George A.
United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Commissioner of Indian Affairs.
United States. Superintendent of Indian Affairs for Oregon and Washington.
Winans, W. P., (William Parkhurst), 1836-1917
1865-1870
Lane Box #3 5750-5770
1.0 folder (7 documents)
Weisbrodt documents: 1870-1872 on census of tribes and speeches during, fisheries, Indian title, subsistence fishing, proposed reservation, Methow, Okagogan and San Poil weirs, Colville Reservation boundary. 1872 Kettle Falls boundaries ("embracing" the fishery).
McKenney, Thomas L., (Thomas Loraine for Thomas L.), 1785-1859
Ross, Samuel
United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Commissioner of Indian Affairs.
Washington (State) Legislature.
Winans, W. P., (William Parkhurst), 1836-1917
1870-1871
Lane Box #3 5810-5849
1.0 folder (7 documents)
Wesibrodt documents: 1874-1878 on Colville reservation boundaries, Okanogan subsistence, subsistence fishing and fisheries, reservation county jurisdiction, Indian petition, Kettle Falls fishing, Indian homestead surveys, Spokane River.
Harvey, George W.
SImms, John A., 1827-1890
United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Commissioner of Indian Affairs.
Vandever, William, 1817-1893
Wilkinson, M. C.
Wood, Henry Clay, 1832-1918
1874-1877
Lane Box #3 5880-5909
1.0 folder (7 documents)
Weisbrodt documents: 1888-1930 on Okanogan Indians, San Poil fishery, north half cession "Treaty", census, Indian title, boundaries, jurisdiction, subsistence fishing, Kettle Falls fishery.
Alvord, Benjamin, 1813-1884
Cole, H. J.
Lewis, William S.
Meyer, Harvey K.
Rhoads, Charles J.
United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Commissioner of Indian Affairs.
United States. Office of Indian Affairs. Field Service.
1853-1930
Folder
Lane Box #3 5933-5944
Lane Box #3 5933-5944
1.0 folder (3 documents)
Newspaper articles, 1872-1915: Keller Indian relations, Fort Colville, Colville Reservation, Indian Fishing. Winana 1872 letter on Okanogan, San Poil, and fish weirs. Harvey to Ross, 1870.
McKenney, Thomas L., (Thomas Loraine for Thomas L.), 1785-1859
Republic News-Miner.
The Republic Journal. (publisher)
Winans, W. P., (William Parkhurst), 1836-1917
1872-1915
Lane Box #3 5960-5979
1.0 folder (1 document)
A letter to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs from US Indian Agent at Coville regarding impact on Indian fisheries by a proposed fish hatchery at Kettle Falls.
Cole, H. J.
United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Commissioner of Indian Affairs.
1890
Lane Box #3 5980-5999
1.0 folder (11 documents)
Weisbrodt documents: 1914-1933 on Colville hunting and fishing, Palouse, Moses allotments, fishing, Columbia River fishing, Indian title, Okanogan claims, hunting rights, Okanogan hunting and fishing, Colville hunting, Colville fishing rights, Grand Coulee, Wenatchi fishing rights
Bone, Homer Truett, 1883-1970
Burke, Charles H.
Collier, John, 1884-1968
Coolidge, Calvin, 1872-1933
Edwards, John H.
Freeman, Miller
Johnson, John E.
Lemery, Pete
Magnusson, Carl Edward, 1872-1941
Mathews, Henry
Mead, Elwood, 1858-1936
Meritt, Edgar Briant, 1874-
Okanogan Independent.
Rhoads, Charles J.
Scott, Hugh L.
United States. Attorney-General.
Upchurch, O. C.
1932-1933; 1911-1933
Lane Box #3 5912-5932
1.0 folder (3 documents)
From document Cover sheets: The North-west Coast. Address by Garfielde. Printed in Walla Walla Union. Jan 15, 1870. Letter from Colville. (Nika Cumtux) Walla Walla Union. July 1, 1871 Colville Items. Walla Walla Union. Aug 8, 1874
Garfielde, S., (Selucius), 1822-1883
Walla Walla Union.
1870-1874
Lane Box #4 6000-6019
1.0 folder (21 documents)
Weisbrodt documents, 1930s: Northwest Planning Council memo to state fisheries on salmon; correspondence fisheries, Colville, Grand Coulee Dam, Colville fishing, Rock Island Dam fish ladder, fish counts, Grand Coulee fishery, Rock Island and Kettle Falls fisheries.
Adolph, Joseph
Bernard, James
Brennan, B. M.
Brown, Albert K.
Craig, Joseph A.
Foster, Fred J.
Freeman, Miller
Gilroy, U. B.
Higgins, Elmer
Holmes, Harlan B.
Lally, T. A. E.
Lemery, Pete
Mead, Elwood, 1858-1936
Meyer, Harvey K.
O'Malley, Henry
Ovenden, Lou, 1883-
Rhoads, Charles J.
Russell, J. R.
Stoutemeyer, B. E.
United States. Bureau of Fisheries.
United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Commissioner of Indian Affairs.
United States. Federal Power Commission. (FPC).
United States. Office of Indian Affairs. Colville Agency.
United States. War Department.
Winn, Dennis
1931-1936
Lane Box #4 6020-6049
1.0 folder (29 documents)
Weisbrodt documents, 1930 Grand Coulee Dam, Rock Island, fisheries, Kettle Falls, Indian fishing rights, COlumbia River fisheries, Okanogan River and fisheries, Wenatchi River fish hatchery.
Bell, Frank T.
Bone, Homer Truett, 1883-1970
Borah, William Edgar, 1865-1940
Brennan, B. M.
Calkins, R. D., (Robert D.)
Collier, John, 1884-1968
Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation, Washington.
Daiker, Fred H.
Davidson, F. A., (Frederick A.)
Dickinson, John
Durand, W. F.
Gardner, John R.
Higgins, Elmer
Jackson, Charles E.
Lemery, Pete
McWhorter, Roger B., (Roger Barton), 1888-
Meyer, Harvey K.
Page, John C., 1887-1955
Prehn, Karl A.
Puget Sound Power and Light Company.
Rich, Willis H.
United States. Bureau of Fisheries.
United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Commissioner of Indian Affairs.
United States. Federal Power Commission. (FPC).
United States. Office of Indian Affairs. Colville Agency.
Venning, J. R.
Washington (State). Fisheries Board.
1934-1939
Lane Box 4 6050-6069
1.0 folder (1o documents)
Weisbrodt documents, 1930w: Grand Coulee Dam, Rock Island, fisheries, Kettle Falls, Indian fishing rights, Columbia River fisheries, Okanogan River and fisheries, Wenatchi River fish hatchery.
Brennan, B. M.
Brophy, William A., (William Aloysius), 1903-1962
Christian Science Publishing Society.
Columbia River Fisheries Protective Union.
Craig, Joseph A.
Dilbeck, John
Fish, F. F.
Foster, Fred J.
Gabrielson, Ira Noel, 1889-1977
Higgins, Elmer
Oregon. Fish Commission.
Sumner, Lowell
Suomela, A. J.
Tomlinson, O. A.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
United States. Bureau of Biological Survey.
United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Portland Area Office.
United States. National Park Service.
Wallgren, Monrad C., (Monrad Charles), 1891-1961
Washington (State). Department of Fisheries and Game.
1939-1952
Lane Box #4 6077-6088
1.0 folder (12 documents)
WEisbrodt documents, 181-C materials: Ray, 1972, "Fisheries of the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation" [WX143], 1930s fisheries, plaintiff's s181-C exhibit list, various documents, Vaux on other experts' testimony.
Bell, Frank T.
Calkins, R. D., (Robert D.)
Cobb, David
Collier, John, 1884-1968
Cooley, A. C.
Craig, Joseph A.
Foster, Fred J.
Higgins, Elmer
Hope, Clifford R.
Ickes, Harold L., (Harold LeClair), 1874-1952
Lemery, Pete
Meyer, Harvey K.
Newell, Clell A.
Pamburn, A. D.
Ray, Verne Frederick, 1905-2003
United States. Bureau of Fisheries.
United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Commissioner of Indian Affairs.
Vaux, Henry J., Jr.
1936-1938; 1936-1972
Lane Box #5 Roosevelt Lake area 1979
1.0 folder (indian land use and occupancy in the franklin d. roosevelt lake area of washington state: final report by randy bouchard and dorothy kennedy for the colville confederated tribes and the united states bureau of reclamation)
This is a land use and occupancy study of the area along the Columbia River between Grand Coulee ad the Canadian border, which is the region known as the Franklin D. Roosevelt Lake in northeastern Washington. The study focuses on he 408 place names in this area that are known to present-day Indian informants. As well as providing detailed information about these named places, this monograph also provides a comprehensive history of land utilization in Sanpoil, Spokane, Colville and Lakes Indian territory. The data were obtained over a six-year period both from elderly Indian informants and from archival institutions throughout the United States and Canada.
Bouchard, Randy
Kennedy, Dorothy I. D.
United States. Bureau of Reclamation.
June 1984
Lane Box #5
1.0 folder (multiple newspaper clippings, reports and letters.)
Drafts of court testimony and handwritten reports by Barbara Lane. Multiple newspaper clippings and military reports, copies from books, maps, etc.
Baldwin, Frank Dwight, 1842-1923
Bouchard, Randy
Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation, Washington.
Layton, Mike
Okanogan Independent.
Rich, Willis H.
Ross, Samuel
Seattle Post-Intelligencer.
Seattle Times Company.
Taylor, Michael
United States. Superintendent of Indian Affairs for Oregon and Washington.
Winans, W. P., (William Parkhurst), 1836-1917
1883-1985
Lane Box #6 Baldwin Report (fishing)
1.0 folder (1 document)
Report of Capt Baldwin… 1883… Agreement between Sec of Int and Chiefs Moses, Tonasket and Sarsopkin
Baldwin, Frank Dwight, 1842-1923
Ulio, James
1883

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    • Personal Names :
    • Lane, Barbara Savadkin (former owner)
    • Lane, Robert Brockstedt (former owner)