The Chinook Tribe  Summary and Definition: The Chinook tribe were great fishers and traders who were located along the Columbia River to the Pacific Ocean. The Chinook tribe lived off the produce from the river and ocean and constructed their plank houses and canoes from the abundant Red Cedar trees. Many items of their clothing were also made from the bark of the cedar trees.

Check out this site for interesting facts about the Clatsop tribe. The Clatsop tribe, members of the Chinook nation and known as Flatheads. Interesting facts about the Clatsop nation of the Northwest Pacific.

The Chinook Tribe is a group of Native Americans originally found in the Pacific Northwest. Their territory ranged from current-day British ...

The Chinook Tribe is a group of Native Americans originally found in the Pacific Northwest. Their territory ranged from current-day British Columbia, Canada to eastern Washington State, and their villages were placed along the Columbia River.

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The Bureau of Indian Affairs rescinds the official federal status of the Chinook Indian tribe.

American indian genealogy - lots of great hints and tons of help

Links to African American Cemeteries in Arkansas, plus links to both Cleveland and Lawrence County Cemeteries.

Chinook tribe pushes for recognition, again |       OregonLive.com

Chinook tribe pushes for recognition, again

Chinook tribe pushes for recognition, again | OregonLive.com

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Siletz Indians Heritage, Cape Lookout, Chinook Indians, Clackamas County Oregon - Language - The Athabaskan Language

Tony Johnson of the Chinook Tribe is fluent in Chinook Wawa. He stands at Chinook Point near the mouth of the Columbia, a key spot for the fur trade 200 years ago where strangers met and needed a common language.

Chinook Jargon was a trade language that once ruled the Northwest. But when was it used, and how many people spoke it? Listener Michelle LeSourd of Seattle

Above we show a remarkable photo of a Young Wishham Indian Woman. It was taken in 1910 by Edward S. Curtis.  The picture presents a Chinook Indian Woman in a Head-and-shoulders portrait facing right, wearing braids, shell bead choker, and abalone shell disk earrings.

a remarkable photo of a Young Wishham Indian Woman. It was taken in 1910 by Edward S. The picture presents a Chinook Indian Woman in a Head-and-shoulders portrait facing right, wearing braids, shell bead choker, and abalone shell disk earrings.

c. 1909 Chinook Indian man on the Columbia River near the now flooded Celilo Falls. The animal effigy on this canoe was a typical canoe design for Oregon tribes. The paddle handle is visible. photo: Edward S. Curtis (Native American, Indian, Oregon, Washington)

circa 1909 Chinook Indian woman on the Columbia River near the now-flooded Celilo Falls. The animal effigy on this canoe is a typical canoe design for Oregon tribes. The paddle handle is visible. photo: Edward S.

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