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Scene from the First Salmon Festival and pow wow, a Native American celebration in Celilo, OR.

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Scene from the First Salmon Festival and pow wow, a Native American celebration in Celilo, OR.

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Scene from the First Salmon Festival and pow wow, a Native American celebration in Celilo, OR.

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Scene from the First Salmon Festival and pow wow, a Native American celebration in Celilo, OR.

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Scene from the First Salmon Festival and pow wow, a Native American celebration in Celilo, OR.

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Scene from the First Salmon Festival and pow wow, a Native American celebration in Celilo, OR.

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Scene from the First Salmon Festival and pow wow, a Native American celebration in Celilo, OR.

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Scene from the First Salmon Festival and pow wow, a Native American celebration in Celilo, OR.

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Scene from the First Salmon Festival and pow wow, a Native American celebration in Celilo, OR.

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Salmon are prepared for the evening’s feast at the First Salmon Festival and pow wow in Celilo, OR, on the banks of theColumbia River.

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Salmon are prepared for the evening’s feast at the First Salmon Festival and pow wow in Celilo, OR, on the banks of theColumbia River.

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Salmon are prepared for the evening’s feast at the First Salmon Festival and pow wow in Celilo, OR, on the banks of theColumbia River.

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Salmon caught with dip-net fishing, a traditional Native American method, on the Klickitat River, a tributary of Columbia.

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Native Americans fish for salmon on the Columbia River in Washington.

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Native American man fishing for salmon the Hoh river on the Olympic peninsula in Washington.

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Native American man fishing for salmon the Hoh river on the Olympic peninsula in Washington.

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Native American boys fishing for salmon on the Columbia River.

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Native American man fishing for salmon the Hoh river on the Olympic peninsula in Washington.

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Native Americans at the First Salmon Ceremony near Celilo, OR.

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Native American dip-netting for salmon on the Klickitat River (a tributary of the Columbia) in Washington.

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Native American dip-netting for salmon on the Klickitat River (a tributary of the Columbia) in Washington.

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Native American dip-netting for salmon on the Klickitat River (a tributary of the Columbia) in Washington.

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Native American boys fishing for salmon on the Columbia River.

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Native Americans fishing for salmon on the Columbia River.

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Native Americans fishing for salmon on the Columbia River.

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Preparing Salmon for the First Salmon Ceremony in Celilo, Oregon.

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Native Americans at a pow wow at the First Salmon Ceremony near Celilo, OR.

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Salmon being prepared for the First Salmon Ceremony near Celilo, Oregon.

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Native Americans at the First Salmon Ceremony near Celilo, Oregon.

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Native Americans at the First Salmon Ceremony near Celilo, Oregon.

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Native Americans at the First Salmon Ceremony near Celilo, Oregon.

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Native Americans at the First Salmon Ceremony near Celilo, Oregon.

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Native Americans at the First Salmon Ceremony near Celilo, Oregon.

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At a tribal center in Celilo, OR, a television plays video clips about the importance of salmon to native American tribes in the region.

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Festivities at the First Salmon Ceremony, held by several native American tribes including the Yakima, near Celilo, OR.

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Festivities at the First Salmon Ceremony, held by several native American tribes including the Yakima, near Celilo, OR.

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