In 1990, 54 years after her death, the University of Washington Press published her autobiography, Mourning Dove: A Salishan
Autobiography, which has been described as a personal memoir as well as a rich documentation of the Salish people and culture.
Where to stay: It doesn't have to be your honeymoon for an excuse to stay in Salishan
Resort's most deluxe suites.
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." Theytus publishes in a range of genres that includes children's books such as Our Choice selection The Moccasins, written by Earl Einarson and illustrated by Julie Flett.
The Okanagan language, called N'silxchn by us, is one of the Salishan
Oregon Association for Career and Technical Education Annual Spring Conference, Salishan
Lodge and Conference Center, Gleneden Beach, Ore., this year has a theme of "Making Connections." The conference will focus on six strands: Technology and the Future, Co-Curricular, Future of PTE, New Diploma Requirements, Community College Issues, and Innovations in Education.
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, email@example.com +1 509 545-3308
, one of Oregon's best-known lodges, golf is so important it's in the property's official name -- the Westin Salishan
Lodge and Golf Resort.
The "keepers of the language" should be the language family - Algonquin, Athapaskan, Eskimo-Aleut, Haida, Iroquoian, Hutenai, Salishan
, Siouan, Tlingit, Wakashan.
Mitchell (1990:357) proposes that Obsidian is an ancestor of the Salishan
language groups, and hence probably related to the more southern St.