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  Warm Springs People
The lands of the Warm Springs Reservation are marked by striking contrasts.
Encompassing over 1,000 square miles in north-central Oregon, the Warm Springs Reservation was established by treaty between the United States and the bands of the Warm Springs and Wasco tribes in 1855 as a permanent home for the Indians.
Indian students attend public elementary schools on the reservation, and attend secondary schools in Madras...the closest nonIndian community to the reservation.
extension.oregonstate.edu /warmsprings/people.htm   (1024 words)

  
  Warm Springs Indian Reservation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Warm Springs Indian Reservation is a barren 640,000 acres (2,590 km²) located in north central Oregon (parts of Wasco County and Jefferson County), 105 miles southeast of Portland.
The Warm Springs and Wasco bands gave up their rights to a 10,000,000 acre (40,000 km²) area they had occupied for over 10,000 years in exchange for the reservation, fishing rights to such areas as Celilo Falls, $150,000 in annuities, provisions, and promises of assistance in such areas as health care, education, and farming.
In 1879, the U.S. government moved a small group of Paiutes to the reservation in spite of that tribe's history of conflict with Columbia River tribes.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Warm_Springs_Indian_Reservation   (285 words)

  
 Warm Springs, Oregon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Warm Springs is an unincorporated community located in Jefferson County, Oregon.
The community is named for the nearby Warm Springs River.
For statistical purposes, the United States Census Bureau has defined Warm Springs as a census-designated place.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Warm_Springs,_Oregon   (440 words)

  
 Community Mobilization on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation
The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation was established by treaty in 1855 and is the home of three distinct tribes: the Warm Springs, the Wascoes, and the Northern Paiutes.
The Warm Springs Reservation encompasses 655,000 acres and a total Tribal enrollment of 3,525 (WS Vital Statistics, 1994), representing the Warm Springs (Simnasho District), Wasco (Agency District), and Northern Paiute (Seekseequa District) Tribes.
In Warm Springs, the main efforts in this area were the hiring a well-known local mother of six, who was related to many in the community, emphasis placed on the coordinator's roots and hometown, Omak, Washington, on the western edge of the Colville Reservation, and their repeated attendance at community functions.
www.cwis.org /fwdp/Americas/commobil.htm   (6094 words)

  
 [Warm Springs] EDCO - Economic Development For Central Oregon
Warm Springs became the political and economic center of the 600,000-acre reservation that comprises much of the northern part of Central Oregon.
Therefore, the total expected population for Warm Springs in 2020 is forecast to be approximately 8,692 total residents.
Warm Springs is a community of many festivals and events through the year.
www.coedc.org /communities/warmsprings/warmsprings.html   (932 words)

  
 CRITFC | Warm Springs
The Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Reservation of Oregon
A 640,000-acre reservation in north central Oregon is home to a confederation of three tribes: the Warm Springs, Wasco and Paiute tribes.
In 1855 the Warm Springs and Wasco tribes treated with United States in the Treaty with the Middle Oregon Tribes of Oregon.
www.critfc.org /text/warmsprings.html   (293 words)

  
 Metadata: Faces of a Reservation: A Portrait of the Warm Springs Indian Reservation
Many Indian reservations have lost huge portions of their acreage or have been terminated altogether since their establishment more than a century ago.
Warm Springs has been lucky to have had leaders who effectively fought the many attempts to reduce the size of their reservation, including privatization (and subsequent re-sale to non-Indians), inaccurate surveys, and frequent changes in the legal status of reservation land.
The reservation is filled with young people, and a lively museum/cultural center celebrates the cultures of the Tribes, both past and present.
www.mtnforum.org /resources/library/stowc87a.htm   (554 words)

  
 Warm Springs Indian Reservation - TvWiki, the free encyclopedia
The Warm Springs Indian Reservation is a barren 640,000 acres (2,590 km²) located in north central Oregon (parts of Wasco County and Jefferson County), 105 miles southeast of Portland.
The Warm Springs and Wasco bands gave up their rights to a 10,000,000 acre (40,000 km²) area they had occupied for over 10,000 years in exchange for the reservation, fishing rights to such areas as Celilo Falls, $150,000 in annuities, provisions, and promises of assistance in such areas as health care, education, and farming.
In 1879, the U.S. government moved a small group of Paiutes to the reservation in spite of that tribe's history of conflict with Columbia River tribes.
www.tvwiki.tv /wiki/Warm_Springs_Indian_Reservation   (295 words)

  
 Museum at Warm Springs Indian Reservation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Welcome to The Museum at Warm Springs, located in sunny Central Oregon on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation.
The mission of the Museum is to preserve, advance and share the knowledge of the cultural, traditional and artistic heritage of the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs.
The Museum achieves this through educational exhibitions and programs that raise and inspire awareness of The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs and other indigenous tribes.
www.warmsprings.biz /museum   (129 words)

  
 OSAF | Publications | Archive   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Much of the cultural integrity of the Warm Springs Confederated Tribes is maintained through the gathering and use of natural materials.
Indian tribes are actively involved in the institutional structures established to implement all these efforts.
Tribes and many people in the forestry community have always known that fire is part of the ecosystem, and the Spokane Indian Reservation's prescribed fire program already had their plans in place to take advantage of additional funding.
www.itcnet.org /indianforestrywesternforesternovember1998.html   (6156 words)

  
 Warm Springs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Warm Springs Composite Products was founded in 1993, as a joint venture between The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Indian Reservation (A Native American Corporation) and Tectonics International.
Warm Springs Composite Products - WSCP - is a leading international supplier of fire door components, a necessity in the construction of high rise commercial and industrial projects.
WSCP was founded in 1993, as a joint venture between The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Indian Reservation and Tectonics International.
www.hpgroup.com /warmsprings.shtml   (1289 words)

  
 Warm Springs Oregon Deaths -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The Warm Springs Reservation is the deadliest place in Oregon for a child to grow up.
Reservations-- Oregon reservations serve as a focus for...
Warm Springs, Georgia GA, community profile, with detailed info on demographics, cemeteries, genealogy, government, history, hotels, real estate, travel, tourism and weather.
deaths.fmqg.com /index.php?k=warm-springs-oregon-deaths   (935 words)

  
 Celilo Falls by Cal Crook 1948
According to the book The Indian Dip Net Fishery at Celilo Falls on the Columbia River, by Schoning and Johnson, Oregon Fish Commission, 1951, "People from the Warm Springs, Yakima and Umatilla reservations stood on the bluffs overlooking Celilo Falls and watched the waters rise until their fishing grounds were swallowed up in silence."
Since the early 1800's, history records Native Americans fishing the spring and fall salmon runs from platforms and wooden scaffolds situated on seven islands, the water's edge, and the shore of the Columbia River.
Warm Springs tribal leaders had no choice but to accept a four million dollar settlement from the U. Army Corps of Engineers.
www.judyvorfeld.com /gallery-crook-2.html   (434 words)

  
 Warm Springs Tribes - Ethnos - Books about the Warm Springs Tribes People
The Warm Springs Indian Reservation is a barren 640,000 acres located in north central Oregon (parts of Wasco County and Jefferson County), 105 miles southeast of Portland.
The Invisible Culture: Communication in Classroom and Community on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation
Warm Springs Millennium : Voices from the Reservation
www.almudo.com /ethnos/Warm-Springs.htm   (177 words)

  
 Oregon History Project
This document is a transcript of a land claims hearing held on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation in August 1931.
While still a young man, Kuckup attended the 1855 Wasco Council, during which Joel Palmer, superintendent of Indian affairs for Oregon Territory, negotiated a treaty with the tribes of what Palmer called “middle Oregon.”; This treaty led to the establishment of the Warm Springs Indian Reservation.
Kuckup notes that the Indians wanted a reservation near the Columbia River, which he refers to as his people’s “mother country.” Palmer refused to entertain the idea of a reservation at The Dalles, however, arguing that the possibility of conflict with whites was too high along the river.
www.ohs.org /education/oregonhistory/historical_records/dspDocument.cfm?doc_ID=0DAC9FBD-E240-6670-24EE09EA94CB7C8E   (265 words)

  
 warm springs indian reservation About Indians - Learn everything about Native American Indians   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
About Indians has searched the web for Native American Indian information and especialy on warm springs indian reservation and we have found many resources for warm springs indian reservation.
Over 90 families of Indian officials working in the Indian High Commission as well as that of the two Indian journalists are safe, a High Commission official said.
Dozens of Mayan Indians used hand tools to dig through hardening mud on Saturday, searching for bodies under a landslide that swallowed a Guatemalan neighborhood and pushed the regionwide death toll from a week of pounding rains to 617.
about-indians.info /warm-springs-indian-reservation.php   (549 words)

  
 Hbo Warm Springs: Information on springs
WARM SPRINGS HBO The Mark Gordon Co. in association with HBO Films Credits: Executive producers...
In the HBO drama "Warm Springs," which airs next Saturday and depicts the little-discussed years he spent recovering at a rundown rural spa in Georgia, Read more...
Portions of the city have been transformed into 1930's Warm Springs for the HBO film "Warm Springs." The film is being shot in several area locations and will air in 2005.
warmsprings.siftsprings.com /hbowarmsprings   (1014 words)

  
 Native Flutist, Charles Littleleaf Biography and Credits
There were the springs themselves bubbling up out of the earth, and rivers: the Deschutes, Shetike, and the Warm Springs River, all flowing through.
If Littleleaf had not lived on the reservation, he might have greatly missed the presence of his father, but reservation life was rich in family.
Indians know, often better than others, that death is not the end of life, but rather a great part of life...
www.littleleaf.com /littleleafbio.htm   (1331 words)

  
 [No title]
WARM SPRINGS The research on which this paper is based was conducted from 1994 to 1995 in the central community of Warm Springs on the Warm Springs Reservation in central Oregon.
INTRODUCING THE HEALTHY NATIONS PROJECT TO WARM SPRINGS In 1988, rates of alcoholism among American Indian and Alaska native people were 433 percent high than rates among non-Indians, according to the Indian Health Services's 1993 TRENDS IN INDIAN HEALTH (ADVANCES, RWJF Newsletter, summer 1994).
In order to reach the groups within the group of Warm Springs, an individualized approach was necessary: "Most researchers focus their thinking on, say, the interpersonal level and differentiate it from adjacent level such as that of the individual actor or the social network.
www.cwis.org /fwdp/Americas/commobil.txt   (6195 words)

  
 Eagle-Tech Systems   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs is a confederation of three Indian tribes organized pursuant to the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934.
The Tribe has both a Constitution and Bylaws approved pursuant to Section 16 of the Act (25 USC 476) and a federal corporate charter issued pursuant to Section 17 of the Act (25 USC 477).
Under IRS regulations C7871(A)(1), Federally Recognized Tribes such as Warm Springs have equal status as State Governments.
www.alltribal.net /about.html   (279 words)

  
 indian reservation new york casino   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Foxwoods is located within an Indian reservation in Ledyard, Conn....
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The problems of the Indian reservations include a 24% poverty rate,...
www.getcasinosinfo.com /26/indian-reservation-new-york-casino.html   (430 words)

  
 Books : The Invisible Culture: Communication in Classroom and Community on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
With an approach that balances both theory and application, Philips explores the experience of Warm Springs Indian children in an American school.
She reveals the ways in which the daily interactions among the teachers and students place the Indian children in a subordinate position not only by virtue of their status as children and students relative to adult teachers, but also as Indians relative to the dominant Euro- American culture.
While this book is ostensibly about the experience of the Warm Springs children, it also expresses important insights for anyone who seeks to understand the role of language in culture.
www.cellphonegamesdownload.com /0881336947/The_Invisible_Culture_Communication_in_Classroom_and_Community_on_the_Warm_Springs_Indian_Reservation.shtml   (181 words)

  
 Documents of Oregon's Indian Tribes
It is based largely upon an examination of documents of the Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Indian Reservation.
The views of Oregon's Indian tribes are often expressed as testimony before Congressional committee hearings, and as contributions to such federal projects as environmental impact statements.
The Warm Springs Tribes, for example, have a "Law and Order Code" that includes these sections: civil actions, probate, domestic relations, offenses, sentences, juvenile code, and traffic code.
libweb.uoregon.edu /govdocs/digor/tribedoc.htm   (530 words)

  
 Portland Mountain Rescue | Press Room | Headlines | Warm Springs Search - Mar 4, 2006
Saturday afternoon, a Portland Mountain Rescue search team found a missing timber worker who had been lost in the remote terrain of the Warm Springs Indian Reservation east of Oregon's Mount Jefferson.
The worker, a "timber cruiser," had been marking trees for future logging when she became separated from her two-person team and disoriented.
Shortly after, Nelson found the woman, who was warming her feet in the sunshine at her impromtu campsite.
www.pmru.org /pressroom/headlines/warmsprings030406.html   (405 words)

  
 Eco Tours of Oregon: Tours from Portland to Oregon & Washington
We'll drive deeper into the Warm Springs Indian Reservation, where you'll arrive at the home of Lucinda Green, a third-generation spiritual healer and tribal member, living on the banks of the beautiful Deschutes River.
During this time, you'll have plenty of opportunities to ask questions about Indian life, such as spiritual practices, education, health, and traditional versus modern lifestyles within the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs.
After lunch, we'll tour through the beautiful high desert Indian reservation with stops for photos, shopping and at the luxurious Kah-Nee-Tah Resort with its mineral hot springs, pool, hiking trails and horseback riding.
www.ecotours-of-oregon.com /nact.htm   (545 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
PINE GROVE, ORE. - A fire sparked Sunday blew up to cover several hundred acres of heavy timberland on the north side of the Warm Springs Indian Reservation, a spokesman with the Northwest Interagency Coordination Center in Portland said.
As of early Monday morning, the fire was holding at around 1,500 acres with a very small part of it contained, according to Ken Lydy with Warm Springs Tribal Fire Management.
A type two management team capable of handling a complex of fires has been assigned to the fire, which was named the Log Springs fire, Hollen said.
www.katu.com /printstory.asp?ID=69515   (303 words)

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