A Native American fisherman dip-nets for salmon in the Mid-Columbia in 1909. Indian tribes, as sovereign nations, have powerful rights to fish in the Columbia River system.
A Native American fisherman dip-nets for salmon in the Mid-Columbia in 1909. Indian tribes, as sovereign nations, have powerful rights to fish in the Columbia River system. Tri-City Herald Herald archives
A Native American fisherman dip-nets for salmon in the Mid-Columbia in 1909. Indian tribes, as sovereign nations, have powerful rights to fish in the Columbia River system. Tri-City Herald Herald archives

From the archives: Native Americans dip nets to catch salmon in Columbia

April 28, 2016 5:48 AM