“If anyone lays a hand on that net they are going to get shot.” Uncompromising Activism: The Fish-In Protests at Frank’s Landing

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“If anyone lays a hand on that net they are going to get shot.” Uncompromising Activism: The Fish-In Protests at Frank’s Landing

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Title: “If anyone lays a hand on that net they are going to get shot.” Uncompromising Activism: The Fish-In Protests at Frank’s Landing
Author: Chrisman, Gabriel
Abstract: This paper provides a narrative history of the Native American fishing rights protests which occurred during the 1960s and 1970s at and around Frank’s Landing, Washington. These highly visible and frequently dramatic protests were instrumental in securing special treaty rights for Native Americans, and were also highly influential in altering public opinion of the Pacific Northwest tribes during this turbulent period.
Description: Winner, 2008 Library Research Award for Undergraduates, Senior Non-Thesis Division
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1773/4506

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