Chinook matrons share cultural traditions with Dr Verne Ry, who adds details from historical records. Appendices feature the 1846 Northwest summary by John Scouler, MD, and 1906 elder depositions and testimonies at Bay Center.
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Chinook Concerns: Emma Millet Luscier, Isabella Bertrand, Verne Ray based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
The print quality of this book is excellent and it contains alot of very good infromation.the only issue with this book is the forward section containing the mr millers infromation relating to mrs bertrand as well as a few other areas It is stated that mrs bertrand had a mother and father from grays harbor. that statement is inaccurate.mrs bertrands fathers name is alex aubichon and he was a white man and a hudson bay employee.her mother was a chinook indian named kahmuck. AKA elmermach AKA alvamox AKA mary ann chinook. I am kahmucks 5th great grandson and isabels 5th great nephew.isabel bertrand and her sisiters wrote down there family tree and it has been passed down to me as the last surviving member of my family. Michael Ragan, Chinook indian nation.