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‘­My river’ a source of comfort

The Lone Pine in-lieu site, seen here in a Google Earth image, occupies a narrow strip of land along the Columbia River east of The Dalles Bridge. A comforting view from Lone Pine, inset, showing the Columbia River behind a rack used to hang fishing nets, is what makes a challenging life at the Native American tribal fishing in-lieu site tolerable, one resident said.

Inset photo by Neita Cecil
The Lone Pine in-lieu site, seen here in a Google Earth image, occupies a narrow strip of land along the Columbia River east of The Dalles Bridge. A comforting view from Lone Pine, inset, showing the Columbia River behind a rack used to hang fishing nets, is what makes a challenging life at the Native American tribal fishing in-lieu site tolerable, one resident said.



This four-part series looks at the Lone Pine Native American treaty fishing in-lieu site, which overlooks The Dalles Dam...

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