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Indian history and knowledge of the Lower Similkameen River-Palmer Lake Area

Randy Bouchard

Indian history and knowledge of the Lower Similkameen River-Palmer Lake Area

by Randy Bouchard

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Published by British Columbia Indian Language Project in Victoria, B.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indians of North America -- Washington (State) -- Okanogan County -- History.,
  • Land use -- Washington (State) -- Okanogan County -- History.,
  • Okanagan Indians -- History.,
  • Colville Indians -- History.,
  • Washington (State) -- Antiquities.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 91-94.

    Statementby Randy Bouchard and Dorothy Kennedy.
    ContributionsKennedy, Dorothy I. D., British Columbia Indian Language Project.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination99 p. :
    Number of Pages99
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13587893M

    The region takes it’s name from the Indian River, a picturesque mostly slow-moving river that begins as a small stream at Indian River Village and flows almost miles to Black Lake. Seventy-five miles of the river is readily canoeable and fishing is good through its length, making it an extremely appealing area to the serious, as well as. Little Shuswap Lake Indian Band: Near Chase, approximately 30 km northwest of Salmon Arm: South Interior: Independent: Lower Kootenay Indian Band (Yaqan nu?kiy) On the Kootenay River, near Creston: South Interior: Ktunaxa Kinbasket Treaty Council: Lower Nicola Indian Band: Near Merritt: South Interior: Independent: Lower Similkameen Indian Band.

      The front door of the Lower Similkameen Indian Band office swings open every few minutes with a visitor or a band member. Nestled in the middle of the main street of the dry, mountainous town of Keremeos, B.C, the band council and Chief are always busy handling issues of health, education, culture and language preservation, social well-being, and the environment. The Pottawatomi were the most powerful tribe at the foot of Lake Michigan from near the close of the 17th Century until they were forced across the Mississippi River in , never to return in numbers. As the Indians left no written records, Indian history is incomplete and their presence here seems almost a .

    Indian River was devastated by a fire in , along the downtown area, destroying much of the business district in Tuscarora Township. The township has since recovered and is still growing to this day. Between the touring settlers and the lack of timber left to cut, Indian River became the resort area it . The lake tells of bewildered voyageurs, of Champlain on the last lap of his historic raid; it thunders its disapproval of wars among the tribes, each decade bringing its change; the coming of the white man, the depletion of the forests, the ruthless slaughter of game, grunting its disapproval of the lowering of nets into its bowels to enmesh.


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