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In this fascinating, impeccably researched narrative, New York Times bestselling author Blaine Harden traces the origins and effects of a foundational American myth across more than a century.

November 29 1847: A group of Cayuse Indians attacks the Whitman Mission near what is now Walla Walla, WA killing missionaries Marcus and Narcissa Whitman and seven male emigrants. Four other white men will be killed over the next few days, for a total of thirteen dead, in what becomes known as the “Whitman Massacre.”

A compelling contribution to the study of Native American cultures and languages, edited by Hanne L. Underrinder. The Gift of Knowledge is a masterfully written work of scholarship that represents the gift of storytelling by the most prolific Yakama scholar, Tuxamshish Virginia Beavert.

Every story has two sides, and until now, the Indian point of view has scarcely been heard. Edited by Alvin M. Josephy, Jr., author of “America in 1492”, readers will discover another perspective on the Lewis & Clark expedition. One of the essays is by Roberta Conner, Director of Tamastslikt Cultural Institute.

This is the newest exclusive saddle blanket from the Tamástslikt Museum Store, manufactured by the Pendleton Woolen Mills. The design features the mountain quail top knot or plume decorating rows of diamonds in bands. This blanket was produced in black and white. Made in USA.

This is the newest exclusive blanket from the Tamástslikt Museum Store, manufactured by the Pendleton Woolen Mills. The design features the mountain quail top knot or plume decorating rows of diamonds in bands. This blanket was produced in black and white. Made in USA.

Saddle Blanket is the image of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Flag of which are a union of three Tribes: Cayuse, Umatilla, and Walla Walla people. Made in USA.

This journal’s velvet laminate cover gives it a high quality suede-like finish. The book measures 6″ x 8.25″ and comes with lined paper.

This journal’s velvet laminate cover gives it a high quality suede-like finish. The book measures 6″ x 8.25″ and comes with lined paper.

A project of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation and Noel Rude.