In 2017, Oregon State University embarked on a project to ensure that
library resources about Oregon Indian tribes are discoverable in
online systems. With a focus on subject access in its local catalog
and in OCLC’s WorldCat database, this ongoing project is comprised of
two main components.
First, because not...
This study is a synthesis of the available ethnographic and relevant archaeological data pertaining to the Native American groups who formerly occupied the upper Rogue River drainage of southwestern Oregon. The information presented in this synthesis concerns the material, social and religious aspects of aboriginal life as practiced by the...
A sample of fish remains from two late-prehistoric archaeological sites on the central coast of Oregon were analyzed to partially evaluate two models of aboriginal subsistence-settlement systems. One model is based upon ethnograhpic data, primarily Drucker's (1939), for Yakonen speakers collected in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The...
A study of nutrient intakes was conducted on the Southwest
Oregon non-reservation Indian population during June and July of
1980. Participating households were selected by random methods from
a Southwest Oregon Indian Health Project listing of Indian
households in the six-county area. Twenty-four-hour dietary recalls
were obtained by interview method...