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Perry Chocktoot Jr.

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The Klamath Tribe Executive Committee Administration For Native Americans

Klamath Tribes

501 Chiloquin Blvd

Chiloquin, Oregon 97624

United States

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"We are the Klamath Tribes, the Klamaths, the Modocs and the Yahooskin. We have lived here (see map), in the Klamath Basin of Oregon, from time beyond memory. Our legends and oral history tell about when the world and the animals were created, when the an ... more

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Cultural Site Protection Specialist

Pioneer Press


Klamath Tribes

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The Klamath Tribes [cached]

Perry Chocktoot, Council Member

PERRY CHOCKTOOT JR. 2177 Angle Street Klamath Falls, Oregon 97601 Ph: (541) 891-5450

Events - Winter Wings Festival - Klamath Falls, Oregon [cached]

Perry Chocktoot, a member of the Klamath Tribes, will perform an eagle-calling song.

The Klamath Tribes - Motions & Actions Resolution [cached]

PERRY CHOCKTOOT JR. 2177 Angle StreetKlamath Falls, Oregon 97601Ph: (541)

Klamath tribal member Perry ... [cached]

Klamath tribal member Perry Chocktoot Jr., Cultural Site Protection Specialist

Pioneer Press
Klamath tribal member and cultural site protection specialist Perry Chocktoot Jr. works in the heritage department for the Klamath Tribe that creates the curriculum and said that they have been working on the curriculum that is taught in schools since the late nineties.
Chocktoot said that given the resources, a diligent student should, in theory, be able to become fluent in the language.
"It's a part of the culture," Chocktoot said about the language."It's what makes us Klamath."

Desert site holds centuries of culture - Aztlan Rising: The Indigenous Revolution [cached]

"This area is one of very few left that has such special meaning to us as a connection to our past, present and future," wrote Perry Chocktoot, a cultural resource protection specialist for the Klamath Tribes.

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