By Jean Godden For Northwest Asian Weekly There are books of mine that, when I page through them, I can’t help remembering where I acquired them. And, if the book is a fine Northwest classic, perhaps signed by the author, I will remember with pleasure that I bought it from David Ishii, the legendary bookseller […]
Many tribes gather at the furthest northwest tip of the United States
The 18th annual Tribal Journeys of the Pacific Northwest will be held in Neah Bay, a fishing village where the Makah Indian reservation lies, on July 19.
Cross-Pacific neighbors touch hands for first time
On March 12, a delegation of American Indians and representatives of the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture traveled to Hokkaido, Japan, visiting four different regions, in an effort to support the revitalization of cultural heritage of the Ainu, who were formally recognized by Japan’s government in 2008 as Japan’s indigenous people.