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Author Heffernan, Trova.

Title Where the salmon run : the life and legacy of Billy Frank Jr / trova Heffernan
Published Olympia, Wash. : Washington State Heritage Center Legacy Project : in association with University of Washington Press, ©2012
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Description 1 online resource (ix, 322 pages) : illustrations
Summary A century-old feud over tribal fishing ignited brawls along Northwest rivers in the 1960's. Roughed up, belittled, and handcuffed on the banks of the Nisqually River, Billy Frank Jr. emerged as one of the most influential Indians in moden history
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 307-311) and index
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Subject Frank, Billy, Jr., 1931-2014.
Fish habitat improvement -- Washington (State) -- History.
Indian activists -- Washington (State) -- Biography.
Nisqually Indians -- Biography.
Nisqually Indians -- Treaties.
Nisqually Indians -- Fishing -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Washington (State) -- History.
Pacific salmon -- Habitat -- Conservation -- Washington (State) -- History.
Salmon fisheries -- Law and legislation -- Washington (State) -- Nisqually River Watershed.
Nisqually Indian Tribe of the Nisqually Reservation, Washington
Genre/Form Biographies.
Form Electronic book
Author University of Washington Press.
Washington State Heritage Center.
Washington State Legacy Project.
ISBN 0295997958 (electronic bk.)
9780295997957 (electronic bk.)