Coming to Stay: A Columbia River Journey
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Coming to Stay: A Columbia River Journey

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"Coming to Stay" is the memoir of Mary Dodds Schlick, who in 1950 moved from the Midwest to the Colville Indian Reservation in north central Washington with her husband Bud, a forester for the Bureau of Indian Affairs. For over fifty years, she has maintained a close connection with the Native people of the Columbia River Plateau as a neighbor, journalist, teacher, and mas...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published February 1st 2007 by Oregon Historical Society Press
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Joel
amazing how people can remember such details of their entire lives - she must have been a prolific diary keeper. 40 years of her life living on several Indian reservations, getting to know Indians and learning about their culture
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