September 2, 2014 in City
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Phillip Paul, who lives on the Flathead Reservation in Montana, says a few words before the start of the Monday afternoon session of the 100th annual Labor Day powwow in Wellpinit. Paul emphasized that the Salish-speaking peoples spread across the Inland Northwest consider themselves to be one people that share a common language and cultural heritage. He said he felt at home at the Wellpinit powwow.

 
 
 
 

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