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Nearly seventy-five years of my lifetime have come and gone since hearing of the sparse historical events from the old-timers," American Indian elder George Aguilar tells us. "It?s my turn now."When the River Ran Wild! is Aguilar's recounting of events he heard about while watching his grandmother make moccasins by the light of a coal-oil lamp and while strapped to the back of his aunt's horse on the way to the huckleberry grounds. He learned them at Coyote's Fishing Place, where his uncles built scaffolds and taught him how to use traditional technologies to catch salmon as they made their seasonal runs up the river. In this remarkable personal memoir and tribal history, we learn about Aguilar's people, the Kiksht-speaking Eastern Chinookans, who lived and worked for centuries connected to the rhythms and resources of the great fishing grounds of the Columbia River at Five Mile Rapids. When the River Ran Wild! is the story of a culture and a community that has undergone tremendous change since 1805, when the River People encountered Meriwether Lewis and William Clark as they traveled down the Columbia River on their way to the Pacific Ocean. To find the stories of that change, Aguilar draws on the journals and diaries of early White missionaries and settlers, such as Gabriel Franchere, Rev. Henry Perkins of Wascopum Mission, and A.B. Meacham. He found other stories in anthropological papers and historical studies that recorded the voices of people who practiced and remembered ceremonies and traditions that were lost or changed during the difficult years of removal to the Warm Springs Reservation in north-central Oregon. He heard yet others from tribal elders who have kept the history and stories of the River People in their memories. When the River Ran Wild! is the history of names and naming, of deep family connections, and of traditional customs. It is a descriptive catalogue of the plants the River


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When The River Ran Wild!

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Nearly seventy-five years of my lifetime have come and gone since hearing of the sparse historical events from the old-timers," American Indian elder George Aguilar tells us. "It?s my turn now."When the River Ran Wild! is Aguilar's recounting of events he heard about while watching his grandmother make moccasins by the light of a coal-oil lamp and while strapped to the back of his aunt's horse on the way to the huckleberry grounds. He learned them at Coyote's Fishing Place, where his uncles built scaffolds and taught him how to use traditional technologies to catch salmon as they made their seasonal runs up the river. In this remarkable personal memoir and tribal history, we learn about Aguilar's people, the Kiksht-speaking Eastern Chinookans, who lived and worked for centuries connected to the rhythms and resources of the great fishing grounds of the Columbia River at Five Mile Rapids. When the River Ran Wild! is the story of a culture and a community that has undergone tremendous change since 1805, when the River People encountered Meriwether Lewis and William Clark as they traveled down the Columbia River on their way to the Pacific Ocean. To find the stories of that change, Aguilar draws on the journals and diaries of early White missionaries and settlers, such as Gabriel Franchere, Rev. Henry Perkins of Wascopum Mission, and A.B. Meacham. He found other stories in anthropological papers and historical studies that recorded the voices of people who practiced and remembered ceremonies and traditions that were lost or changed during the difficult years of removal to the Warm Springs Reservation in north-central Oregon. He heard yet others from tribal elders who have kept the history and stories of the River People in their memories. When the River Ran Wild! is the history of names and naming, of deep family connections, and of traditional customs. It is a descriptive catalogue of the plants the River


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Pinal County Sheriff's Log 8/31/16 - trivalleycentral.com: Sheriffs Log - TriValley Central

Burglaries/thefts/criminal damage: A theft was reported Monday in the 20000 block of West Desert Views Drive near Casa Grande. • A theft was reported Monday in the 5600 block of North Azalia Street near Casa Grande. • A theft was reported Monday in the 34000 block of West Teel Road near Stanfield. • Incidents/accidents: An assault was reported Monday in the 300 block of East Val Vista Boulevard near Casa Grande. • Fraud was reported Monday in the 4400 block of North Palo Verde Lane near Casa Grande. • Disorderly conduct was reported Monday in the 2400 block of South Peart Road near Casa Grande. • A fire was reported Monday on East Turquoise Trail near Casa Grande. • Disorderly conduct was reported Monday in the 4800 block of West Harmon Road near Eloy. • A fire was reported on North State Route 347 near West Smoketree Lane near Maricopa. The following was taken from reports of the Casa Grande Fire Department. — East Sycamore Road, responded to a report of an 86-year-old woman with a breathing problem. — North Peart Road, responded to a report of a 52-year-old woman with a breathing problem. — East Florence Boulevard, responded to a report of an ill 27-year-old woman. — East Eighth Street, responded to a report of an 85-year-old woman with a breathing problem. — East Kingman Street, responded to a report of a 61-year-old woman who may have overdosed. — Westbound Interstate 10, responded to report of a 25-year-old woman injured in an auto accident. — North Arizola Road, responded to a report of a 47-year-old woman with a back injury. — East Palo Verde Drive, responded to a report of an ill 39-year-old woman. — East Manor Drive, responded to a report of a cooking fire. — North Pinal Avenue, responded to a report of a passenger vehicle fire. — North Sabino Lane, responded to a report of a 70-year-old man injured in a fall. — North Desert Willow Street, responded to a report of a 19-year-old boy injured in an assault. — East Delano Drive, responded to a report of a 57-year-old woman with a breathing problem. — East Angelica Drive, responded to a report of an ill 78-year-old woman.

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Celebrating 5 years of ignoring what ordinary Iraqis want
Over the last 4 years pollsters have asked Iraqis the question: When do you want US troops to leave? The proportion of respondents expressing one option over another varies, depending on the political / security situation at the time, the proportion of Shia, Sunni and Kurds in the respondents and, importantly, on the answers that survey participants could choose from. The figures in the chart above are based on polls taken by various organisations and are all collected by Iraq Analysis except for the latest poll (March 2008) that was conducted by Orb / Channel 4 News and can be found here This variation however is not what is of interest here. It is time to assess whether what Iraqi people want, will be taken into consideration at all. The UN mandate that gives legal authorisation to the presence of multinational forces will expire at the end of this year and all but US troops are expected to leave Iraq. Regardless of a UN mandate and of what Iraqi people desire, it is apparently...
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D'aguilar Street is well-known for its high-end Western restaurants and pubs and night life. D'Aguilar Street is named after George Charles D'Aguilar, Major General and Lieutenant Governor of Hong Kong, at the very beginning of colonial Hong Kong. D'Aguilar Street is also the location of the clinic of Filipino national hero Jose Rizal who lived in Hong Kong briefly in the 1890s.
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香港 Hong Kong D'Aguilar Street 德己立街 "D'Aguilar Street is named after George Charles D'Aguilar, Major General and Lieutenant Governor of Hong Kong, at the very beginning of colonial Hong Kong. D'Aguilar Street is also the location of the clinic of Filipino national hero Jose Rizal who lived in Hong Kong briefly in the 1890s." -Wikipedia
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Alzheimer's transportation project plan moving forward
St. George was one of four cities to be included in the transportation ... elements that kind of dictate how it would be implemented in the public,” said Jay Aguilar, mobility manager for the Five County Association of Governments.

Response to Trump has GOP rethinking immigration
Alfonso Aguilar, president of the Latino Partnership for Conservative Principles and former chief of the US Office of Citizenship under President George W. Bush, had denounced Trump during the primary. Now, he says that ironically, Trump may be best ...

Can Donald Trump really round up and deport 11 million people?
[President George W.] Bush, the same thing," Trump said ... Are they trying to figure out how his base will react?” asked Alfonso Aguilar, who headed the office of citizenship at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services in the Bush administration ...

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