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Bon anniversaire La Nouvelle Orléans 298 years young and still going strong! by nathanlanouvelle

Bon anniversaire La Nouvelle Orléans 298 years young and still going strong! by nathanlanouvelle

Lest we forget: Celebrating "Columbus Day" perpetuates systemic racism against the First Nations and peoples of the Americas.

Lest we forget: Celebrating "Columbus Day" perpetuates systemic racism against the First Nations and peoples of the Americas.

Our Story: A Virtual Museum Experience, a distillation of the eras and facets of Grand Ronde history and culture for the edification of Tribal members and the general public.

Our Story: A Virtual Museum Experience, a distillation of the eras and facets of Grand Ronde history and culture for the edification of Tribal members and the general public.

The death rate for Oregon Indians in 1850 has been estimated to range from 50 to 90 percent in heavily populated areas. Disease brought by white men was the culprit.

The death rate for Oregon Indians in 1850 has been estimated to range from 50 to 90 percent in heavily populated areas. Disease brought by white men was the culprit.

82 Likes, 8 Comments - John H. Davis Jr. (@johnbluebelt) on Instagram: “Now how can anyone say anything about someone trying to better themselves. My ancestors the…”

Students pose for a photograph circa 1900 in front of the Chemawa Indian School, also known as the Salem Indian Boarding School, north of Salem. The school, and similar institutions in other parts of the country, attempted to assimilate young tribal members into the mainstream of Euro-American society. As part of this process, the schools often encouraged or forced students to abandon their tribal languages, dress and customs. (Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde)

Students pose for a photograph circa 1900 in front of the Chemawa Indian School, also known as the Salem Indian Boarding School, north of Salem. The school, and similar institutions in other parts of the country, attempted to assimilate young tribal members into the mainstream of Euro-American society. As part of this process, the schools often encouraged or forced students to abandon their tribal languages, dress and customs. (Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde)

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