Forked Tongues at Sequalitchew: A Critical Indigenist Anthropology of Place in Nisqually Territory

Capuder, Karen Marie. Forked Tongues at Sequalitchew a Critical Indigenist Anthropology of Place in Nisqually Territory. Diss. U of Washington, 2013.
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Ten years ago, Nisqually Hereditary Chief and Elder Leonard Squally asked for my help in protecting the graves of his ancestors within the sentient ancestral village landscape of Sequalitchew and the places within this landscape which have sustained his people since time immemorial. This dissertation is but one aspect of my fulfillment of my responsibilities to him as he enters the closing years of his life.

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