Coming to Stay: A Columbia River Journey
"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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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