Bibliography for Duwamish (tribe)

The Duwamish tribe is a Native American tribe in western Washington, and the indigenous people of metropolitan Seattle. The Duwamish tribe today includes the People of the Inside ("Dxw'Dəw?Abš"), for Elliott Bay environs today; and the People of the Large Lake ("Xacuabš"), for those around Lake Washington of today.

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"Includes the sources referenced in Cheshiahud (Lake John) and Seattle before the city".
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Map is NE Seattle around Sand Point-Magnuson Park, for which there is no common name.
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Completely reformatted, greatly revised and expanded update of Hess, Thom, "Dictionary of Puget Salish" (University of Washington Press, 1976).
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Also [http://www.cityofseattle.net/parks/parkspaces/me-kwa-mooksPark.htm Me-Kwa-Mooks Park] (update 24 September 2004), Seattle Parks and Recreation.
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Same as [http://www.stanford.edu/group/virus/uda/ "The Influenza Pandemic of 1918"]
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A periodic electronic newsletter
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last =Brown
first =Dee Alexander
authorlink =
coauthors =
editor =
year = [1970] , 2001
title =Bury my heart at Wounded Knee: an Indian history of the American West
url =http://www.loc.gov/catdir/description/hol051/00040958.html
accessdate =
publisher =H. Holt
location =New York
id =ISBN 0-8050-6634-9 (hb), ISBN 0-8050-6669-1 (pb)
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Negative Number: SHS 2228, Museum of History and Industry, Seattle [http://seattlehistory.org] .
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last =Crowley
first =Walt
coauthors =Wilma, David
date =2003-02-23
year =
month =
url =http://www.historylink.org/essays/output.cfm?file_id=5282
title ="Federal Judge George Boldt issues historic ruling affirming Native American treaty fishing rights on February 12, 1974."
work =HistoryLink Essay 5282
publisher =
accessdate =2006-07-21

Authors referenced Daniel Jack Chasan, "The Water Link: A History of Puget Sound as a Resource" (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1981);
"The Gale Encyclopedia of Native American Tribes" ed. by Sharon Malinowsky, Anna Sheets, Jeffrey Lehman, Melissa Walsh Doig (Detroit: Gale, 1998), 285;
Fay G. Cohen, "Treaties on Trial: the Continuing Controversy over Northwest Indian Fishing Rights" (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1986).
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Page links to Village Descriptions Duwamish-Seattle section [http://coastsalishmap.org/Village_Descriptions_Duwamish-Seattle.htm] .
Dailey referenced "Puget Sound Geography" by T. T. Waterman. Washington DC: National Anthropological Archives, mss. [n.d.] [ref. 2] ;
"Duwamish et al vs. United States of America, F-275". Washington DC: US Court of Claims, 1927. [ref. 5] ;
"Indian Lake Washington" by David Buerge in the "Seattle Weekly", 1-7 August 1984 [ref. 8] ;
"Seattle Before Seattle" by David Buerge in the "Seattle Weekly", 17-23 December 1980. [ref. 9] ;
"The Puyallup-Nisqually" by Marian W. Smith. New York: Columbia University Press, 1940. [ref. 10] .
Recommended start is "Coast Salish Villages of Puget Sound" [http://coastsalishmap.org/start_page.htm] .
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* cite web | last =Dorpat | first =Paul | date =Updated 2002-05; 2001-06-18 | year = | month =
url =http://www.historylink.org/essays/output.cfm?file_id=3380 | title ="Seattle Neighborhoods: University District -- Thumbnail History" | work =HistoryLink Essay 3380 | publisher =HistoryLink | accessdate =2006-04-21

Dorpat referenced Dorpat, "Seattle: Now and Then Vols. 1, 2, and 3". Seattle: Tartu Publications, 1984, 1988);
Walt Crowley and Paul Dorpat, "The Ave: Streetcars to Street Fairs", typescript dated 1995 in possession of Walt Crowley and Paul Dorpat, Seattle, Washington;
Walt Crowley, "Rites of Passage". Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1995;
"Cal McCune, From Romance to Riot: A Seattle Memoir". Seattle: Cal McCune, 1996;
Roy Nielsen, "UniverCity: The City Within City: The Story of the University District" Seattle: University Lions Foundation, ca. 1986;
Clark Humphrey, "Loser: the Real Seattle Music Story". Portland, OR: Feral House, 1995.
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last =Gibbs
first =George
authorlink =
coauthors =
editor =
year =( [1877] , 1967)
title =Indian tribes of Washington Territory
accessdate =
publisher =Galleon Press
location =Fairfield, Washington
id =
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Highly regarded.
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Maps "NN-1120S", "NN-1130S", "NN-1140S".jpg[sic] dated 13 June; "NN-1030S", "NN-1040S".jpgdated 17 June 2002.
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last =Ith
first =Ian
author =
coauthors =Reese, Tom, photographer
url =http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/pacificnw/2004/1003/cover.html
title =The Road Back: From Seattle's Superfund Sewer to Haven Once More
work =Pacific Northwest magazine
publisher =The Seattle Times
pages =
page =
date =2004-10-03
accessdate =2006-07-21

Good photos
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last =Kamb
first =Lewis
author =
coauthors =
url =http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/local/196626_gcenter25.html
title =Duwamish chairwoman honored for championing her tribe's cause
work =
publisher =Seattle Post-Intelligencer
pages =
page =
date =2004-10-25
accessdate =2006-07-21

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Includes bibliography.
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Lange referenced a very extensive list.
Summary article
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Lange referenced Lange, "Smallpox Epidemic of 1862 among Northwest Coast and Puget Sound Indians" [http://www.historylink.org/essays/output.cfm?file_id=5171] , HistoryLink.org "Online Encyclopedia of Washington State History". Accessed 8 December 2000.
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last =Long
first =Priscilla
coauthors =
date =2001-01-20
year =
month =
url =http://www.historylink.org/essays/output.cfm?file_id=2951
title ="Duwamish Tribe wins federal recognition on January 19, 2001, but loses it again two days later."
work =HistoryLink.org Essay 2951
publisher =
accessdate =2006-07-21

Long referenced Hector Castro and Mike Barber, "After Decades, Duwamish Tribe Wins Federal Recognition", "Seattle Post-Intelligencer" January 20, 2001, (www.seattlep-i.com);
Bernard McGhee, "Duwamish Tribe Wins Recognition", "The Seattle Times", January 20, 2001, (www.seattletimes.com);
Bureau of Indian Affairs, "BIA Issues Final Determination on the Recognition of the Duwamish Tribal Organization", News Release, January 19, 2001 (http://www.doi.gov/bia);
Sara Jeanne Greene, "Chief Seattle's Tribe Clings to its Identity", "The Seattle Times", June 18, 2001 (www.seattletimes.com);
Susan Gilmore, "Duwamish Denied Tribal Status", Ibid., September 29, 2001 (http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/134347559_duwamish29m.html).
Note: This file was revised on 3 August 2001 and again on 20 January 2001.
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Office of Business Relations and Economic Development
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Rochester referenced Christine Barrett, "A History of Laurelhurst" (Seattle, WA: Laurelhurst Community Club, 1981, revised 1989);
Paul Dorpat, "Seattle: Now & Then", Vols. II and III (Seattle, WA: Tartu Publications, 1984 and 1989);
Lucile McDonald, "The Lake Washington Story", (Seattle, WA: Superior Publishing Co., 1979);
Brandt Morgan, "Enjoying Seattle's Parks" (Seattle, WA: Greenwood Publications, 1979);
Harry W. Higman and Earl J. Larrison, "Union Bay: The Life of a City Marsh", (Seattle, WA: University of Washington Press, 1951);
J. Willis Sayre, "This City of Ours" (Seattle, WA: Seattle School District No. 1, 1936);
Sophie Frye Bass, "Pig-Tail Days in Old Seattle" (Portland, OR: Binfords & Mort, 1937);
Roger Sale, "Seattle: Past to Present" (Seattle, WA: University of Washington Press, 1976).
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last =Roxberger
first =Daniel L.
coauthors =
editor =Davis, Mary B.
encyclopedia =Native America in the twentieth century: an encyclopedia
title =Sovereignty
url =
accessdate =2006-08-06
edition =
date =
year =1994
publisher =Garland
volume =Garland reference library of social science; v. 452
location =New York
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pages =pp. 172–3

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Authors referenced an extensive list, most of them primary sources. See the Bibliography at Licton Springs or Northgate for a complete reference.
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last =Shukovsky
first =Paul
author =
coauthors =
url =http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/archives/1996/9603220092.asp
title =Metcalf Would Block Tribal Recognition
publisher =Seattle Post-Intelligencer
pages =
page =News, p. C1
date =1996-03-22
accessdate =2006-04-21

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Speidel provides a substantial bibliography with extensive primary sources.
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Speidel provides a substantial bibliography with extensive primary sources.
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Tate referenced an autobiographical sketch by Arthur Denny found in William Farrand Prosser, "A History of the Puget Sound Country; Its Resources, Its Commerce and Its People" (New York: The Lewis Publishing Company, 1903);
"West Side Story" ed. by Clay Eals (Seattle: Robinson Newspapers, 1987);
[No author, title] . "Olympia Columbian", June 4, 1853;
Alexandra Harmon, "Indians in the Making: Ethnic Relations and Indian Identities around Puget Sound" (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1998);
[No author, title] . "Seattle Post-Intelligencer", December 21, 1996;
Walt Crowley, "National Trust Guide: Seattle" (New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1998);
[No author, title] . "West Seattle News", May 15, 1903;
[No author, title] . "West Seattle Herald", February 2, 1924;
[No author, title] . "Seattle Post-Intelligencer", March 7, 1998; Ibid., November 13, 2000;
[No author, title] . "The Seattle Times", October 20, 1997;
Ibid., February 24, 1998;
Ibid., May 26, 2000;
Albert Furtwangler, "Answering Chief Seattle" (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1997);
[No author, title] . "Seattle Press-Times", March 7, 1893;
Jane Wilson MacGowan, “Gully, Cove Fill Childhood with Memories”, "Neighbors", Spring 2000;
[No author] . "West Seattle Memories: Alki" (Seattle: Southwest Seattle Historical Society, 1999);
Brandt Morgan, "Enjoying Seattle's Parks" (Westport, CT: Greenwood Publications, 1979);
Deborah Bach, "Indians Are Out, Wildcats Are In at West Seattle High", "Seattle Post-Intelligencer", April 25, 2003.
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* cite web | last =Webster | first =Ira | coauthors =Stevens, Nelson | date = | year =c. 1905
month = | url=http://content.lib.washington.edu/cgi-bin/viewer.exe?CISOROOT=/loc&CISOPTR=17&CISOMODE=thumb | title ="Salmon Bay Charlie's house at Shilshole with canoe anchored offshore, ca. 1905" | format =JPEG from glass negative, previously taped, slightly sulfided | work =PEMCO Webster & Stevens Collection | publisher =University of Washington Digital Collections | accessdate =2006-06-06

Negative Number: [http://seattlehistory.org MOHAI] 83.10.9,067
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last =Wilma
first =David
coauthors =
date =2001-01-29
year =
month =
url =http://www.historylink.org/essays/output.cfm?file_id=2956
title ="Descendants of pioneers reverse the stand of their ancestors and support federal recognition of the Duwamish tribe on June 18, 1988."
work =HistoryLink.org Essay 2956
publisher =
accessdate =2006-07-21

Wilma referenced "Petition: To the Honorable Arthur A. Denny, Delegate to Congress from Washington Territory," n.d., National Archives Roll 909, "Letters Received by the Office of Indian Affairs, 1824-81";
Pioneer Association of the State of Washington, "A Petition to Support Recognition of The Duwamish Indians as a 'Tribe', June 18, 1988, in possession of Ken Tollefson, Seattle, Washington.
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Wilma referenced "Lakewood Community Club", brochure, 1948, Rainier Valley Historical Society, Seattle;
David Buerge, "Indian Lake Washington", "The Weekly", August 1, 1984, pp. 29-33;
Don Sherwood, "Seward Park - Graham Peninsula", "Interpretive Essays on the History of Seattle Parks", handwritten bound manuscript dated 1977, Seattle Room, Seattle Public Library;
Don Sherwood, "Genessee P.F., Wetmore Slough", Ibid.;
Don Sherwood, "Stanley S. Sayres Memorial Park", Ibid.;
"Cougar captured near Lake Washington about February 23, 1870", Timeline Library, (www.Historylink.org);
Paul Dorpat, "Seattle Now and Then", (Seattle: Tartu Publications, 1984), 82;
Lucile B. McDonald, "The Lake Washington Story", (Seattle: Superior Publishing Co., 1979), 23, 87, 88;
Redick H. McKee, Road Map of Seattle and Vicinity, 1890, Seattle Public Library;
"Guide Map of the City of Seattle, Washington Territory", ca. 1888, brochure, Seattle Public Library;
David Wilma Interview with Grover Haynes, president, Lakewood-Seward Park Community Club, March 31, 2001, Seattle, Washington.
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Wilma referenced "Petition: To the Honorable Arthur A. Denny, Delegate to Congress from Washington Territory," n.d., National Archives Roll 909, "Letters Received by the Office of Indian Affairs, 1824-81";
Pioneer Association of the State of Washington, "A Petition to Support Recognition of The Duwamish Indians as a 'Tribe', June 18, 1988, in possession of Ken Tollefson, Seattle, Washington.
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Negative Number: MOHAI 90.45.14, [http://seattlehistory.org Museum of History and Industry] , Seattle


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