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Adam Hess's family place; Two women with pot.jpeg
Community
Centering Tribal Stories
Category
Social Justice, Teaching Resources
Summary
Archival photo of two Pitt River women from 1910 taken by Carroll S. Hartman
Community
Centering Tribal Stories
Category
Teaching Resources
Summary
An in-depth discussion manual that accompanies the The Dispossessed documentary about the Pit River Tribe's occupations of PG&E lands in their territory during the early 1970s.
Istet Woiche of Big Bend, Pit River; photographed in regalia at Lagunitas; November 1923.jpeg
Community
Centering Tribal Stories
Category
Social Justice, Teaching Resources
Summary
A photo from 1923 of a Pit River Ancestor/relative from the C. Hart Merriam Collection of Native American Photographs at the Bancroft Library
Community
Centering Tribal Stories
Category
Social Justice, Teaching Resources
Summary
An excerpt from the Indian Claims Commission documents that eventually led to the conclusion that the Pit River Tribe never relinquished aboriginal title to their homelands.
Community
Centering Tribal Stories
Category
Teaching Resources
Summary
A history book about the Pit River people written by Ron Demele for the Shasta County Office of Education. Written with significant Pit River leaders of the 1970s occupations.
Istet Woiche of Big Bend, Pit River; photographed at Lagunitas November 1923.jpeg
Community
Centering Tribal Stories
Category
Social Justice, Teaching Resources
Summary
An archival photo of Pit River ancestor/relative from the C. Hart Merriam Collection at the Bancroft Library
Pit River circa 1923 C Hart Merriam.jpeg
Community
Centering Tribal Stories
Category
Social Justice, Teaching Resources
Summary
An archival photo of the Pit River circa 1923 before most of the hydroelectric dams were constructed
Istet Woiche of Big Bend 2 Pit River; photographed at Lagunitas; November 1923.jpeg
Community
Centering Tribal Stories
Category
Social Justice, Teaching Resources
Summary
A photo from 1923 of a Pit River Ancestor/relative from the C. Hart Merriam Collection of Native American Photographs at the Bancroft Library
Pit River Indians mother and daughter  Chico State.jpeg
Community
Centering Tribal Stories
Category
Teaching Resources
Summary
An archival photo of a Pit River mother and daughter - no date
Pit River Indians 1975.jpeg
Community
Centering Tribal Stories
Category
Social Justice, Teaching Resources
Summary
Pit River People near Copper City in 18 75. Achomawi - Indian family in front of their house. Mary E. O. Wood wearing a bloomer dress in foreground. An archival photo from the Merriam Library
Achomawi Family - Chico State 1875.jpeg
Community
Centering Tribal Stories
Category
Social Justice, Teaching Resources
Summary
Archival photo of a Pit River family in their home around 1875
Sampson Grant and wife Mary.jpeg
Community
Centering Tribal Stories
Category
Social Justice, Teaching Resources
Summary
Atsugwe Indian doctor and political leader Sampson Grant holding bow and arrow with wife Mary in Burney