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OREGON FIELD GUIDE

First Salmon Ceremony

  • Aired: 02/13/2014
  • 06:02
  • Rating: TV-G
Centuries before we had fish biologists and resource management, the Native Americans along the Rogue River had the Stone Chair and a ceremony to honor the first salmon. Tribes have rediscovered the Stone Chair and have renewed the First Salmon Ceremony with a new purpose.
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For centuries Rogue River Indians celebrated the season's first salmon with a ceremony.
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