The Last Indian War
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The Indians of the Pacific Northwest are engaged in what may well be called the last Indian war. They are taking a stand against the never-ending encroachment and aggression of their white neighbors within the states of Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. The Indians' fishing stations on the rivers of those three states are coveted by powerful politically-minded sportsmen's groups, who are pushing the State officials to get the Indians off the rivers.
Volume 3, Number 1; Winter 1967
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McCloud, Janet and Casey, Robert. "The Last Indian War" Left and Right 3, No. 1 (Winter 1967): 28-52.