Rights Remembered: A Salish Grandmother Speaks on American Indian History and the Future

Rights Remembered A Salish Grandmother Speaks on American Indian History and the Future Rights Remembered is a remarkable historical narrative and autobiography written by esteemed Lummi elder and culture bearer Pauline R Hillaire Sc lla Of the Killer Whale A direct descendant of the im

  • Title: Rights Remembered: A Salish Grandmother Speaks on American Indian History and the Future
  • Author: Pauline Hillaire Gregory P. Fields
  • ISBN: 9780803245846
  • Page: 226
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Rights Remembered is a remarkable historical narrative and autobiography written by esteemed Lummi elder and culture bearer Pauline R Hillaire, Sc lla Of the Killer Whale A direct descendant of the immediate postcontact generation of Coast Salish in Washington State, Hillaire combines in her narrative life experiences, Lummi oral traditions preserved and passed on to herRights Remembered is a remarkable historical narrative and autobiography written by esteemed Lummi elder and culture bearer Pauline R Hillaire, Sc lla Of the Killer Whale A direct descendant of the immediate postcontact generation of Coast Salish in Washington State, Hillaire combines in her narrative life experiences, Lummi oral traditions preserved and passed on to her, and the written record of relationships between the United States and the indigenous peoples of the Northwest Coast to tell the story of settlers, government officials, treaties, reservations, and the colonial relationship between Coast Salish and the white newcomers Hillaire s autobiography, although written out of frustration with the status of Native peoples in America, is not an expression of anger but rather represents, in her own words, her hope for greater justice for Indian people in America, and for reconciliation between Indian and non Indian Americans, based on recognition of the truths of history Addressed to indigenous and non Native peoples alike, this is a thoughtful call for understanding and mutual respect between cultures.

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