Kalapuya-Amin 2006 Symposium: Bibliography

The following list of written materials represents the current extent of historical and scientific information available regarding the Willamette Valley, Oregon, in late precontact and early historical time. The growing list is fairly comprehensive and representative of several disciplines, including a significant number of titles belonging to scholars scheduled to speak at this Symposium. As time and circumstance allows, these references will be linked to digital copies or websites of cited materials; particularly the more obscure or difficult to obtain references (e.g.; Moravets 1932; or Budiansky 1998; Connolly 2000).

The specific focal times of the Symposium are the late-precontact years of 1450 and 1750; typically the scientific domain of anthropologists, archaeologists, ethnobotanists, forest scientists, geologists, linguists, and paleoecologists, as represented in the bibliography, rather than historians, field ecologists, or wildlife biologists. However, a number of primary early historical references are included on the list from the years 1806 to 1848, and particularly from the years 1826 to 1846. These are the only written eyewitness accounts available that describe the final years and immediate aftermath of the destruction of Kalapuya-Amin. Thereafter, the California Gold Rush of 1848 to 1849 and the Oregon Donation Lands Claim Act of 1850 to 1855 combined to quickly eliminate most obvious traces of Kalapuyan culture from the Valley (Carey 1971), and to confine most remaining Kalapuyan people to destitute and crowded reservation lands (Beckham 1995: 6). In 1877 a government anthropologist, Henry Gatschet , traveled to the Grand Ronde reservation and began to interview and record elderly Kalapuyan speaking people, before their memories were lost (Jacobs 1945). Trained scientists and other researchers have followed his trail since; this is such a step. Today, field ecologists help recreate lost practices through experimentation, and wildlife biologists help bridge our understandings of cultural landscapes, transitional forests, and wildlands. Other selections represent comparative case studies, or proven methodologies.

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