4 edition of Chiefs & change in the Oregon country found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Chiefs and change in the Oregon country|
|Contributions||Stern, Theodore, 1917-|
|LC Classifications||E78.C64 S73 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 428 p. :|
|Number of Pages||428|
|LC Control Number||97144580|
The history of Oregon, a U.S. state, may be considered in five eras: geologic history, inhabitation by native peoples, early exploration by Europeans (primarily fur traders), settlement by pioneers, and modern development.. The term "Oregon" may refer to. Oregon Country, a large region explored by Americans and the British (and generally known to Canadians as the Columbia District);. The United States even proved to be willing to go to war to secure new territories. While it managed to negotiate an agreement with Great Britain to secure the Oregon territory, acquiring the valuable territory south of it—including California and its important Pacific harbors—required the use of force, and, in , the United States embarked on its first offensive war by invading Mexico.
T.J. Hanson is the author of Oregon Country ( avg rating, ratings, 47 reviews, published )/5(47). Chiefs & Change in the Oregon Country: Indian Relations at Fort Nez Percés, , Vol. 2. Corvallis, Oreg.,
President. Chief Jim Ferraris Woodburn Police Dept. Mount Hood Avenue Woodburn, OR Office: () [email protected] Manifest Destiny, the supposed inevitability of the continued territorial expansion of the boundaries of the United States westward to the Pacific and beyond. Before the American Civil War, Manifest Destiny was used to validate continental acquisitions in the Oregon Country, Texas, New Mexico, and California.
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Like its predecessor Chiefs and Change in the Oregon Country is a skillful weaving of history and anthropology. This major work brings important new topics and insights to the story of Indian-white relations in the Pacific Northwest.
Chiefs and Change in the Oregon Country: Indian Relations at Fort Nez Percés,Volume 2: Stern, Theodore: : Books. See All Buying : Theodore Stern. Guided Change and the Company ONE: The Red River School and the Post-Guided Change and the Company TWO: Toward a Stronger, Yet Responsive, Chieftaincy THREE: Contested Loyalties in the Fur Wars II.
The Missionary Programs FOUR: Founding of the Protestant Missions FIVE: >Developing Relationships at Waiilatpu and Lapwai. Chiefs and Change in the Oregon Country: Indian Relations at Fort Nez Perc?s,Volume 2 by Theodore Stern () Jan 1, Chiefs & change in the Oregon country: Indian relations at Fort Nez Percés, [Theodore Stern] -- This is the second and concluding volume in Stern's acclaimed study of the relationships between Plateau Indians and the white fur traders, missionaries, and settlers who entered their world.
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Among Stern’s many books and articles are Chiefs and Chief Traders () and Chiefs and Change in the Oregon Country (), a finalist for the Oregon Book Award. He was the author of The Klamath Indians () and "Cayuse, Umatilla, and Walla Walla," which appeared in volume 12 of The Handbook of North American Indians ().
The General History of Oregon by Charles Carey, is a fact filled book, that will hold your attention as he draws you into the history of the state we know as Oregon, from the early British seaman, to Lewis & Clark, to the opening of the country and the native Americans, Carey cover it all and more.
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Beauty of the City. Oregon was a distinctly American term for the region. The British used the term Columbia District instead. The Oregon Country consisted of the land north of 42°N latitude, south of 54°40′N latitude, and west of the Rocky Mountains—with the eastern border generally running on or close to the Continental Divide—westwards to the Pacific Ocean.
Chiefs and Change in the Oregon Country: Indian Relations at Fort Nez Percés, - Volume 2 By Theodore Stern Chiefs and Chief Traders: Indian Relations at Fort Nez Percés. Theodore Stern was professor emeritus of anthropology at the University of Oregon. In addition to the two books featured here, he authored The Klamath Tribe: A People and Their Reservation.
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Emily Strelow (Goodreads Author) avg rating — ratings. score: 1, and 12 people voted. Among Stern’s many books and articles are Chiefs and Chief Traders () and Chiefs and Change in the Oregon Country (), a finalist for the Oregon Book Award. He was the author of The Klamath Indians () and "Cayuse, Umatilla, and Walla Walla," which appeared in volume 12 of The Handbook of North American Indians ().The Oregon Fire Chiefs Association aims to be the primary resource and advocate for our Members, Board, and Oregon’s greater fire and emergency services at large.
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