Title

Supplemental Content: Chinookan Peoples of the Lower Columbia River

Document Type

Book

Publication Date

2013

Subjects

Chinookan Indians--Lower Columbia River Watershed (Or. and Wash.) -- History, Chinookan Indians -- Lower Columbia River Watershed (Or. and Wash.) -- Social life and customs, Lower Columbia River Watershed (Or. and Wash.) -- History, Lower Columbia River Watershed (Or. and Wash.) -- Social life and customs

Abstract

Chinookan peoples have lived on the Lower Columbia River for millennia. Today they are one of the most significant Native groups in the Pacific Northwest, although the Chinook Tribe is still unrecognized by the United States government. In Chinookan Peoples of the Lower Columbia River, scholars provide a deep and wide-ranging picture of the landscape and resources of the Chinookan homeland and the history and culture of a people over time, from 10,000 years ago to the present. They draw on research by archaeologists, ethnologists, scientists, and historians, inspired in part by the discovery of several Chinookan village sites, particularly Cathlapotle, a village on the Columbia River floodplain near the Portland-Vancouver metropolitan area. Their accumulated scholarship, along with contributions by members of the Chinook and related tribes, provides an introduction to Chinookan culture and research and is a foundation for future work.

Rights

© 2013 University of Washington Press.

Description

Supplementary material for

Chapter 2 Cultural Geography of the Lower Columbia
David V. Ellis
- Table S2.1 Lower Columbia Chinookan Villages: named sites from contemporary observers or multiple sources.

Chapter 3 Ethnobiology: Nonfishing Subsistence and Production
D. Ann Trieu Gahr
- Table S3.1 Major Food Resources (Excepting the Fin Fishes)
- Table S3.2 Plant and Animal Resources Used in Technology)

Chapter 4 Aboriginal Fisheries of the Lower Columbia River
Virginia L. Butler and Michael A. Martin
- Appendix. Methods Used in Fish Bone Analysis and Data Synthesis
- Table S4.2 19th-century records of Lower Columbia fishes
- Table S4.3 Lower Columbia archaeological sites with fish remains.
- Table S4.4 List of fish taxa and frequency (NISP) by habitat type, time period and mesh size recovery.
- Figure S-4.1 (Butler figure 5). Relative frequency (% NISP) of taxa by mesh size, field recovery, 6.4 mm mesh vs. >3.2 mm.
- Figure S-4.2. Relative frequency (% NISP) of taxa by mesh size, bulk

Chapter 5 Lower Columbia Trade and Exchange Systems
Yvonne Hajda and Elizabeth A. Sobel
- Figure 5.1 Lower Columbia River Exchange System Based on Ethnohistorical Sources.

Chapter 11 Lower Chinookan Disease and Demography
Robert T. Boyd
- Table S11.1: Lower Columbia Pre-contact Ailments: documented and likely.
- Table S.11.2: Secondary Introduced Diseases along Lower Columbia

Chapter 16 Chinookan Writings: Anthropological Research and Historiography
Wayne Suttles and William L. Lang
- Table S16.1 Pre-1850 Documents containing information on Lower River Chinookans

Persistent Identifier

https://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/34496

Online Villages.2016.04.17.pdf (3838 kB)
Chapter 2 - Cultural Geography of the Lower Columbia

Chapter_3_Supplemental_Materials.pdf (319 kB)
Chapter 3 - Ethnobiology: Nonfishing Subsistence and Production

Chapter_4_Supplemental_Materials.pdf (335 kB)
Chapter 4 - Aboriginal Fisheries of the Lower Columbia River

Chapter_5_Supplemental_Materials.pdf (633 kB)
Chapter 5 - Lower Columbia Trade and Exchange Systems

Chapter_11_Supplemental_Materials.pdf (286 kB)
Chapter 11 - Lower Chinookan Disease and Demography

Chapter_16_Supplemental_Materials.pdf (181 kB)
Chapter - 16 Chinookan Writings: Anthropological Research and Historiography

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