Coast Salish


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Coast Salish:

see SalishSalish,
indigenous people of North America, also known as the Flathead, who in the early 19th cent. inhabited the Bitterroot River valley of W Montana. Their language belongs to the Salishan branch of the Algonquian-Wakashan linguistic stock (see Native American languages).
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Mary Fontaine, a minister who is both Presbyterian and First Nations, together with three of her native elders, extended to all the welcome of the Coast Salish peoples.
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