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HUGO NATIVE AMERICAN PROGRAM

I.  PUBLIC TAKELMA INDIANS REGIONAL SETTING BROCHURES
Brochures NA-1 through NA-49 are based upon works of anthropologists, archeologists, and other professionals.
 
NA-1A      Program Overview: Native Americans of Hugo, Oregon
NA-1B      Hugo's Native American Team
NA-2          Takelma Indians: An Essay on Native Americans in the Rogue River Area
NA-3         BLM’s Prehistory of Athapascans
NA-4A      Takelma Rogue River Locations       
NA-4B      Gray’s Hugo Lowland Takelma Sites
NA-5         Rogue Indian Wars from 1851-1856
NA-6A       Bibliographies For Takelma Indians
NA-6B       Gray’s Bibliographies For Takelma Indians
NA-7         Oregon History: Indian Wars
NA-8A       Language Notes: Indians in Southwestern Oregon I of II
NA-8B       Language Notes: Indians in Southwestern Oregon II of II
NA-9         Takelma Indians Habitat/Land
NA-10       Takelma Indians Food
NA-11       Takelma Indians Clothing and Personal Adornment
NA-12       Takelma Indians Tools
NA-13       Ceremonies and Spiritual Beliefs of the Takelma
NA-14       SW Oregon Forts
NA-15A     Takelma Indians And Anthropogenic Fire
NA-15B     Native Americans, Including Takelma Indians And Fire
NA-15C     Prairies and Open Woodlands along Applegate Trail
NA-15D     Applegate Trail’s Open Valleys & Wagon Routes In Hugo Region: 1846 - 1855
NA-16       Jumpoff Joe Band
NA-17       Oregon Native American Law
NA-18AA   Gray Biography
NA-18AB   Gray’s Dan-mologol or Medicine Rock
NA-18B      Edward Sapir, American Anthropologist-Linguistics
NA-18C      Sapir’s Notes on the Takelma Indians of Southwestern Oregon
NA-18D      Sapir’s The Religious Ideas of the Takelma Indians of Southwestern Oregon
NA-18E      Sapir’s Old Rock Woman: Takelma Texts
NA-18F      John Peabody Harrington, Linguist and Ethnologist
NA-18G      John Peabody Harrington’s Takelma Indian Field Notes: Outline
NA-19        UO Study
NA-20        UO Study
NA-21
NA-22A     Settlement Patterns of Takelma Villages
NA-22B     Takelma Village: Daktsasin or Daldani
NA-23       Halaemsi Place: Between Wagner House & Jumpoff Joe Creek
NA-24       Dipoltsilda
NA-25       Daldal (dragon fly)
NA-26       Sapir’s Hugo Takelma Place Names
NA-27       Harrington’s Hugo Takelma Place Names
NA-28       Gray’s Hugo Takelma Place Names
NA-29       Peruvian Phone Token Found Along the Applegate Trail Near Rock Old Woman
NA-30       Tatmelmal Indian Cemetery
NA-31       Mastalow Slough
NA-32A     Beckham's Notes on Fort Vannoy:  Part I of II
NA-32B     Beckham's Notes on Fort Vannoy: Part II of II
NA-33       Takelma Salwaxkan Village
NA-34       Takelma Tatmelmal Village
NA-35       Takelma Talkwallk Village
NA-36       Beckham's Notes on Vannoy Ferry
NA-37A    GLO Contract No. 54 - Surveyors: 1855: Part I of II
NA-37B    GLO Contract No. 54 - Surveyors: 1855: Part II of II
NA-38       Sapir's Acorn Woman Revenges Herself upon a Medicine-Man 
NA-39       Sapir's Mudcat Woman
NA-40A    Sapir's Chicken-Hawk Revenges Himself Upon Medicine-Man
NA-40B    Sapir's The Four Otter Brothers And Chicken-Hawk
NA-41       NA-41 - NA-49 will be added as needed.
 
II.  HUGO'S PUBIC LOCAL ANECDOTAL STORIES BROCHURES
These brochures (NA-50 through NA-60) are mostly based upon local oral histories and/or field work.
These brochures will be developed as neighbors share their stories. 
 
NA-50      Hugo’s Indian Trail
NA-51      Hugo’s Primary Indian Trail
NA-52      Ritchie’s Indian Trail: Hugo, Oregon
NA-53      Indian/Chinese Camp
NA-54      Sexton Mt. Pass Rock
NA-55      NA-55 - NA-60 will be added as needed
 
III.  HUGO NATIVE AMERICAN TEAM, Hugo Neighborhood Association & Historical Society. 
August 31, 2011.  Minutes of Field Trip To Sexton Mt. Pass Trail Rock (Trail Rock) of Applegate Trail.
Mike Walker for HNA Team.   Hugo, OR
 
IV.  WEB LINKS & REFERENCES
 
Native American History. Middle Illinois River Watershed Analysis
(http://www.fs.fed.us/r6/rogue-siskiyou/projects/watershed/mid-ill-r/social.pdf)
 
Access Genealogy. 2011. Takelma Indian Tribe History
(http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/tribes/takelma/takelmaindianhist.htm)
 
Beckham, Stephen Dow. September 30, 1993.
Takelman And Athapascan Lifeways And History, Rogue River Corridor – Applegate River To Grave Creek:
Investigations For Interpretive Programs.
Submitted to BLM Medford District. Heritage Research Associates, Inc. Eugene, OR.
 
Beckham, Stephen Dow. 1971. Requiem For a People: The Rogue Indians and the Frontiersmen.
University of Oklahoma Press. Norman, OK
Bureau of Land Management. 2011. Ceremonies and spiritual beliefs of the Takelma. Web
(http://www.blm.gov/or/resources/recreation/tablerock/table-rock-ceremonies.php)
 
Bureau of Land Management. 2011. Spring Seasonal Settlement Patterns of the Takelma. Web.
(http://www.blm.gov/or/resources/recreation/tablerock/table-rock-settlement-spring.php)
 
Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde
(http://www.grandronde.org/)
 
Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians
(http://ctsi.nsn.us/)
 
Doty, Thomas, Story Teller
Doty & Coyote: Stories from the Native West
P.O. Box 3397
Ashland, OR 97520
541-482-3447
Email: Thomas@DotyCoyote.com
Web:  http://www.dotycoyote.com/
 
Doty, Thomas, Story Teller
Waiting For Rock Old Woman
(http://www.dotycoyote.com/library/rock.html)
 
Gray, Dennis J. 1987.
The Takelmas and Their Athapascan Neighbors:
A New Ethnographic Synthesis for the Upper Rogue River Area of Southwestern Oregon,
University of Oregon Anthropological Papers, No. 37.
Eugene: Department of Anthropology, University of Oregon.
(http://soda.sou.edu/awdata/021104a1.pdf)
 
Gray, Dennis J. 1985.
The Takelma and their Athapascan Kin: an Ethnographic Synthesis of Southwestern Oregon.
A Thesis submitted to Oregon State University in partial fulfillment of
the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies. Corvallis, OR.
http://scholarsarchive.library.oregonstate.edu/xmlui/handle/1957/7902?show=full
 
Pilgrim, Agnes Baker
       
        Grandma Aggie, Takelma Indian Elder, Confederated Tribes of Siletz
        Names and Positions Of Agnes Baker Pilgrim
        Taowhywee, Agnes Baker Pilgrim
        Takelma Indian Elder, Confederated Tribes of Siletz
        Chair International Council 13 Indigenous Grandmothers
        Susan
        Taowhywee (Morning Star)
 
        Aggie Pilgrim (Squidoo)
        http://www.squidoo.com/aggiepilgrim
        2008 Aggie Pilgrim In Eugene with Gary Nabhan and Dennis Martinez
        The 13 Indigenous Grandmothers - Conversations from Penn State
 
        Salmon Ceremony on the Applegate River, 1994-2006
        http://www.agnesbakerpilgrim.org/Page.asp?PID=90
       
        A Voice for the Voiceless
        http://www.agnesbakerpilgrim.org/
       
        Joining Prayers
        http://www.agnesbakerpilgrim.org/Page.asp?PID=89
       
        Blessings & News, 12/05
        http://www.agnesbakerpilgrim.org/Page.asp?PID=91    
       
        13 Grandmothers' Council
        http://www.agnesbakerpilgrim.org/Page.asp?PID=87
 
        13 Grandmothers' Council - Main Sites
        http://www.agnesbakerpilgrim.org/links.asp
 
        International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers    
        http://www.grandmotherscouncil.org/about-us/grandmother-bios
 
        Video of Grandmother Agnes at Esalen - Summer, 2011
        http://www.grandmotherscouncil.org/node/55
 
        Turtle Island Storyteller Agnes Baker-Pilgrim
        http://www.turtleislandstorytellers.net/tis_oregon/transcript_a_pilgrim.htm
 
        Where are the Takelma now?
        http://www.blm.gov/or/resources/recreation/tablerock/table-rock-takelma-today.php
 
        The 4th Annual Lane Peace Symposium (April 15, 2011)
        http://oied.uoregon.edu/node/215
 
        Tribal elder keeps Salmon Ceremony going Strong (June 2004)                 http://www.nativevillage.org/International%20Council%20of%2013%20INDIGENOUS%20GR/Each%20GR%20Home%20Page/Agnes%20Baker-Pilgrim/tribal_elder_keeps_salmon_ceremo.htm
 
        Agnes Baker Pilgrim From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agnes_Baker_Pilgrim
 
        Taowhywee, Agnes Baker Pilgrim Biography
        http://www.agnesbakerpilgrim.org/Page.asp?PID=97

V.  MAPS & AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS

Map 9. Indian Trail Over Grave Creek Hills: 1855
Map 10. Hugo’s Indian Trail
Map A1. Oxbow Applegate Trail Sections Per 1856 GLO Plat
Map A2. Alternative Indian Trail Routes
Map A3. North Oxbow Above Maple Creek Wetlands
Map A4. Hugo’s Ridges & Passes: 1901 - 1902
Map A5. Hugo’s Ridges, Passes, & Creeks: 1954
Map A6. Topographic Features & Roads North Of Garbers Pass: 1998
Map A7. Alternate Jacksonville Road Routes Of Applegate Trail: 1855
Map A8. No Oxbow In Indian Trail Over Grave Creek Hills: Interpretation
Map 10. Hugo's Applegate Trails: Jacksonville Road from Pleasant Valley Cemetery to Mt. Sexton Pass & Illinois Valley Road from Jumpoff Joe Creek to Widow Niday's Place: MAP III OF I
Map 11. Hugo's Applegate Trails: Jacksonville Road From Mt. Sexton Pass to Grave Creek: Map IV of IV
Map 5.  Lowland Takelma Indian Trail at Mt. Sexton Pass
 
VI. PAPERS
 
   A.  Takelma Indians: An Essay on Native Americans in the Rogue River Area
    B.  John Peabody Harrington's Takelma Indian Field Notes:  Outline
    BA.  Lowland Takelma Indian Trail & Rock Old Woman At Sexton Pass
    C.  Dennis Gray's Complete References to Harrington's Takelma Indian Field Notes
    D.  Selected Transcriptions of Harrington's Takelma Indian Field Notes
    E.  Selected Maps From Harrington's Takelma Indian Field Notes
    FA. Indian Trail Over Grave Creek Hills: 1855 (Chapters I - V)
    FB. Indian Trail Over Grave Creek Hills: 1855 (Chapters VI - IX)
 
    Appendices
 
        Appx. A. NW Chapter, OCTA September 11, 2010 Applegate Trail Field Trip, Josephine County, Oregon.
        Appx. B. Hugo Native American Team
        Appx. C. Its History When Written
        Appx. D. Using General Land Office Notes And Maps To Relocate Trail Related Features
        Appx. E. GLO Surveyors Lake & Hyde
        Appx. F. Maps For Use In Identifying & Mapping Indian Trails
        Appx. G. Reports, Diaries, Journals, & Reminiscences
 
    Footnotes
 
    Maps
 
Map 9. Indian Trail Over Grave Creek Hills: 1855
Map 10. Hugo’s Indian Trail
Map A1. Oxbow Applegate Trail Sections Per 1856 GLO Plat
Map A2. Alternative Indian Trail Routes
Map A3. North Oxbow Above Maple Creek Wetlands
Map A4. Hugo’s Ridges & Passes: 1901 - 1902
Map A5. Hugo’s Ridges, Passes, & Creeks: 1954
Map A6. Topographic Features & Roads North Of Garbers Pass: 1998
Map A7. Alternate Jacksonville Road Routes Of Applegate Trail: 1855
Map A8. No Oxbow In Indian Trail Over Grave Creek Hills: Interpretation

VII. LOWLAND TAKELMA TRAIL FIELD TRIPS

The Hugo Native American Team’s geographic area of interest is investigating 12 surveyed Lowland Takelma Trail sites in the Bummer Creek drainage in the south to over Sexton Mt. Pass and Sunny Valley in the north. The 12 surveyed Lowland Takelma Trail sites are identified with a sequential number (#), trail site name, alphanumeric trail designator, and the ownership of the land at the trail site. The ownership is private or public. Field trips to private ownership trail sites are internal to the Hugo Native American Team. Field trips to public ownership trail sites are public information and web published. The following Lowland Takelma field trips are identified geographically from north to south (see Web Section V, Maps & Aerial Photographs).
 
00. Acorn Woman/Sunny Valley, IT-00/JA-17A, Private Land/Internal
0. Chicken Hawk/Old Stage Road, IT-0/JA-16A, Public Land/Public Documentation
1. Rock Old Woman/South Rat Creek, IT-1/JA-15, Public Land/Public Documentation
2. Maple Creek, IT-2/JA-14, Public Land/Public Documentation
3. Penny Ridge, IT-3/JA-13, Private Land/Internal
4. Bummer Creek Prairie, IT-4, Private Land/Internal
5. Bummer Confluences, IT-5, Private Land/Internal
6. Camas, IT-6, Private Land/Internal
7. Tunnel Creek, IT-7, Private Land/Internal
8. Quartz Creek, IT-8, Private Land/Internal
9. Acorn, IT-9, Private Land/Internal
10. Black Oak, IT-10, Private Land/Internal

Four of the 12 Lowland Takelma Trail sites have dual designations which identify that the Lowland Takelma Trail in 1855 was under the Applegate Trail. Three Lowland Takelma Trail sites are located on public lands with associated public web publishing.

 # NAME OF TRAIL LOCATION DESIGNATOR OWNERSHIP

TRAIL LOCATION # 00., ACRON WOMAN/SUNNY VALLEY, IT-00/JA-17A, Private Land/Internal
 
Applegate Trail Brochure 21A - JR Of Applegate Trail: Grave Creek Road (JA-17A) - Diaries
http://www.hugoneighborhood.org/BROCHURE%2021A%20JA%20Diary%20Grave%20Creek%20Road_JA17%20032510.pdf
Applegate Trail Brochure 21B - JR Of Applegate Trail: Grave Creek Road (JA-17B) - GLO Surveys
http://www.hugoneighborhood.org/BROCHURE%2021B%20JA%20GLO%20Grave%20Creek%20Road_JA17%20031610.pdf
Applegate Trail Brochure 21BA - JR Of Applegate Trail: Grave Creek Road (JA-17BA) - GLO Surveys
http://www.hugoneighborhood.org/BROCHURE_21BA_JA_GLO_Grave_Creek_Road_JA17BA_090512.pdf
 
TRAIL LOCATION # 0., CHICKEN HAWK/OLD STAGE ROAD, IT-0/JA-16A, Public Land/Public Documentation
 
Applegate Trail Brochure 20A - Old Stage Road JA-16A
http://www.hugoneighborhood.org/BROCHURE%2020%20JA%20Old%20Stage%20Road_JA16%20040110.pdf
 
TRAIL LOCATION # 1., ROCK OLD WOMAN/SOUTH RAT CREEK, IT-1/JA-15, Public Land/Public Documentation
 
Applegate Trail Brochure 19A - South Rat Creek JA-15A
http://www.hugoneighborhood.org/BROCHURE%2019%20JA%20South%20Rat%20Creek_JA15%20030810.pdf
 
The following educational brochures have not been developed. They will be based on completed documentation, research, and field work (see web site "Educational Resources" For Applegate Trail). The information at this web location is massive.
 
Educational Resources For Applegate Trail
http://www.hugoneighborhood.org/miscellaneous_research_papers_and_documents.htm
 
Naming the Applegate Trail
Applegate Trail I North Sexton Pass I-5 East: I
Applegate Trail I (ATI) North Sexton Pass I-5 East: II
Applegate Trail II (ATII) North Sexton Pass I-5 East: II
Location Of Applegate Trail in Upper Rat Creek: A Work in Progress
. Applegate Trail Brochure 19B - 1,060' Segment of "Applegate Trail I (ATI) For North Sexton Pass I-5 East" (JA-15B)
. Applegate Trail Brochure 19C - 1,300' Segment of "Applegate Trail II (ATII) For North Sexton Pass I-5 East" (JA-15C)
. Applegate Trail Brochure 19D - 1,853' Segment of "Applegate Trail III (ATIII) For North Sexton Pass I-5 East" (JA-15D)
. Applegate Trail Brochure 19E - Post At Wagon Road North Sexton Pass I-5 East (JA-15E)
. Applegate Trail Brochure 19F - Culvert At "Applegate Trail III (ATIII) For North Sexton Pass I-5 East" (JA-15F)
. Applegate Trail Brochure 19G - 1940 Right-of-Way Map, Sexton Mt. Section, Pacific Highway (JA-15G)
. Applegate Trail Brochure 19H - Location Of Applegate Trail in Upper Rat Creek (JA-15H)
. Applegate Trail Brochure 19I - 1874 County Road Survey In Rat Creek (JA-15I)
. Applegate Trail Brochure 19J - Telegraph Lines & Applegate Trail At Smith Hill Pass Paper: 2012 (JA-15J}
. Applegate Trail Brochure 19K - Anchor Rod & Postal Telegraph Pole At 1,060' Segment Of Trail (JA-15K)
 
MT. SEXTON PASS LOWLAND TAKELMA FIELD TRIP: JULY 21, 2014
 
a) Field Tour Flyer
b) Field Trip Minutes
c) Maps (see Web Site "V. Maps & Aerial Photographs" on this web page.
d) July 21, 2014 Field Trip Resources
 
JULY 21, 2014 FIELD TRIP RESOURCES RESOURCES
 
Hugo Native American Program
http://www.hugoneighborhood.org/Hugo_Native_American_Program.htm
 
• Hugo Native American Team
• NA-18AB Gray’s Dan-mologol or Medicine Rock
• Sapir’s Old Rock Woman: Takelma Texts
• Takelma Indians: An Essay on Native Americans in the Rogue River Area
• John Peabody Harrington’s Takelma Indian Field Notes: Outline
• Lowland Takelma Indian Trail & Rock Old Woman At Sexton Mountain Pass
• Indian Trail Over Grave Creek Hills: 1855 (Chapters I - V & VI - IX)
 
Applegate Trail Inventory
http://www.hugoneighborhood.org/applegat.htm
 
Applegate Trail Inventory
Points of Interest for Applegate Trail
http://www.hugoneighborhood.org/inventorybrochures.htm
 
• Applegate Trail: Mt. Sexton Pass
• JR Of Applegate Trail: South Rat Creek (JA-15)
 
Education Resources For Applegate Trail at Mt. Sexton Pass
http://www.hugoneighborhood.org/miscellaneous_research_papers_and_documents.htm
 
MT. SEXTON PASS LOWLAND TAKELMA FIELD TRIP: SUMMER 2014
 
Interest from information shared at a July 22, 2014 monthly meeting of the North Valley Community Watch may generate interest for a second field trip during the summer of 2014.
 
TRAIL LOCATION # 2., MAPLE CREEK, IT-2/JA-14, Public Land/Public Documentation
http://www.hugoneighborhood.org/inventorybrochures.htm
 
Applegate Trail Brochure 18A - Maple Creek JA-14A
Applegate Trail Brochure 18B - Applegate Trail: Mt. Sexton Pass JA-14B
Applegate Trail Brochure 18C - JR Of Applegate Trail: 1853 Military Road At Mt. Sexton Pass JA-14C
Applegate Trail Brochure 18D - JR Of Applegate Trail: 1864 Collins Telegraph Line At Mt. Sexton Pass JA-14D
Applegate Trail Brochure 18E - JR Of Applegate Trail: 1886 - 1887 Postal Telegraph Line At Mt. Sexton Pass JA-14E
Applegate Trail Brochure 18F - JR Of Applegate Trail: 1941 At Mt. Sexton Pass JA-14F
Applegate Trail Brochure 18G - JR Of Applegate Trail: 2005 Metal Detection Survey At Mt. Sexton Pass JA-14G
Applegate Trail Brochure 18H - JR Of Applegate Trail: 2010 Big Tree At Mt. Sexton Pass JA-14H
Applegate Trail Brochure 18I - JR Of Applegate Trail: Topography & Grade At Mt. Sexton Pass JA-14I
Applegate Trail Brochure 18J - JR Of Applegate Trail: 2010 Chain At Mt. Sexton Pass A-14J
Applegate Trail Brochure 18K - JR Of Applegate Trail: OCTA Trail Classification For Mt. Sexton Pass 310' Trail Segment JA-14K
Applegate Trail Brochure 18L - 1940 Right-of-Way Map, South Sexton Pass Trail, & Pacific Highway
Applegate Trail Brochure JA-15L - OCTA Trail Classification At Mt. Sexton Pass Trail Segment
 
TRAIL LOCATION # 3., PENNY RIDGE, IT-3/JA-13, Private Land/Internal
 
TRAIL LOCATION # 4., BUMMER CREEK PRAIRIE, IT-4, Private Land/Internal
 
TRAIL LOCATION # 5., BUMMER CONFLUENCES, IT-5, Private Land/Internal
 
TRAIL LOCATION # 6., CAMAS, IT-6, Private Land/Internal
 
TRAIL LOCATION # 7., TUNNEL CREEK, IT-7, Private Land/Internal
 
TRAIL LOCATION # 8., QUARTZ CREEK, IT-8, Private Land/Internal
 
TRAIL LOCATION # 9., ACORN, IT-9, Private Land/Internal
 
TRAIL LOCATION # 10., BLACK OAK, IT-10, Private Land/Internal
 
 
 
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