The Palus /pəˈluːs/ are a Sahaptin tribe recognized in the Treaty of 1855 with
the Yakamas, negotiated at the 1855 Walla Walla Council. A variant spelling is
Palouse, which was the so...
Culture, history and genealogy of the Palouse Indians.
This article contains interesting facts, pictures and information about the life of the
Palouse Native American Indian Tribe of the Columbia River Plateau region.
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in which the Palouse Indians have become noted. Palouse or ...
Get information about Native American (Indian) Tribes Lewis & Clark met on the
expedition--accounts of the encounters, historical pictures, paintings.
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Researchers on this project are studying the ecology and history of Idaho's ...
profusion, and native peoples valued the bulbs of this special plant a great deal.
Camas was an important staple in the diet of Native American peoples of the ... (
Photo courtesy of the National Park Service, Nez Perce National Historical Park,
2 History of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, Coues ed., vol. III, 1070, 1246. ...
describes the Paloose Indians as a band of the Nez Perces. Paloos,. Pelooses
Summary of Native American Tribes - Listing and summary of North American
tribes. ... Palouse/Palus - Living along the Palouse River in what is now eastern ...
in historic times, it was occupied by a people speaking the same language of the