By Robert Ross McCoy
This paintings specializes in how whites used Nez Perce background, pictures, actions and personalities within the construction of historical past, constructing a nearby identification right into a nationwide framework.
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Coyote and the Nez Perce 23 These relationships were based on the concept of power. ” Spiritual beings, often in the form of animals or other environmental entities, shared their spiritual powers and gifts with selected individuals. This symbiotic relationship between human and guardian spirit lasted a lifetime and was jealously guarded. Power, in this case, was not a simple matter of a spiritual being providing power to a human recipient, but implied obligation for both parties, a relationship based on respect and duty toward other beings that inhabited the land.
26 Chief Joseph, Yellow Wolf, and the Creation of Nez Perce History Shortly before the arrival of Anglo Americans on the Columbia Plateau, many Plateau Indian communities dealt with the stresses and disruptions created by outside forces. Religious practice and forms began a process that eventually altered Plateau Indian religious practices rooted in the past, but also sought to deal with problems of the early nineteenth century. The Washani religion or Washat, the ancient Nez Perce religion that was revised in the 1850s and 1860s, will be discussed in Chapter Three within the context of forces initiated by initial contact with Europeans and Anglo Americans.
75 The gathering of these plant foods and their concentration in certain locations created socializing opportunities, inter-village connections like matchmaking, and the business of inter-tribal politics. Again, the process of gathering was enmeshed in larger cultural activities and was not merely a simple or “primitive” means of survival. Gatherings were not limited to plant harvests, but also occurred during salmon runs and ﬁshing efforts. Hunn noted that by late June or early July, the Columbia dropped enough to expose summer runs of salmon.