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Bones of Contention ___This PBS webpage provides a transcript of a program by the same name. The topic at hand is whether or not the Umatilla people or scientists have the right to decide the fate of the ancient skeleton we know as Kennewick man. - Text only - From PBS - 

Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation ___This official tribal website provides information about such topics as history and culture, government and news and issues. - Illustrated - From the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation -

Constitution and By-Laws of the Umatilla Indian Reservation in Oregon __ Full text of the laws. - From -

CRITFC | Treaty with the Walla Walla, Cayuse, and Umatilla __ Full test of treaty. - From -


National Geographic: Lewis & Clark—Tribes—Umatilla Indians __ "When Lewis and Clark's men first encountered the Umatilla, the terrified Indians hid in their homes or abandoned them at the strangers' approach."  An accounting of the meeting with the Umatilla. - From -   

National Geographic: Lewis & Clark—Tribes—Walla Walla Indians __ "When the expedition met the Walla Walla on October 18, 1805, they were eagerly greeted. The lead chief, Yelleppit, wanted the trade goods that Lewis and Clark could provide."  An accounting of the meeting with the Walla Walls. - illustrated - From -

Native Americans: Walla Walla History and Culture __ You will find information and the culture, history and genealogy of the Walla. - From -

Resources on the Umatilla __ Collection of online resources. - From -


Tamástslikt Cultural Institute ___You'll find a great deal of informative text on this site's pages, but there are no images to speak of (unless you count the commercial pages). Topics include exhibits, events and museum history. - Text only - From the Tamástslikt Cultural Institute - 

Umatilla ___This article discusses the Umatilla participation in salmon restoration projects in the Pacific Northwest. A list of tribal facts can be found to the right of your screen. - One image - From the Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission -

The Umatilla Indian Tribe __ "The original bands subsisted by fishing, hunting, gathering other foods and concocting medicines. In addition, they took part in trade with other bands that extended from the Pacific coast to Great Plains."  Overview of history and culture. - From - 


Umatilla (tribe) __ You will find an encyclopedic article with links to related material. - illustrated - From wikipedia -

Walla Walla Treaty Council 1855 __ "The fate of the Cayuse, Umatilla, and Walla Walla Indians who lived in this part of Oregon became closely tied to that of the Nez Perce, Palouse, and Yakama who also participated in the treaty council."  Article about the council. - From -

Walla Walla (tribe) __ You will find an encyclopedic article with links to related material. - illustrated - From wikipedia -  


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