|Catalog Number||OH0068 Chuck Jackson|
|Object Name||Oral Histories|
|Scope & Content||
Oral histories; transcription
REMARKS: This is an interview with Chuck Jackson and it takes in his home in Tiller on April 2, 1979. Also present ata the interview is Michael Alexander, Judy Roberts, and Judy Jackson. The interviewer is Valerie Sonnenberg.
Mr. Jackson is a descendant of Susan Nonta Thomason, a full-blooded Umpqua Indian who married a white man, William P. Thomason who took a Donation Land Claim on Susan Monta' ancestral land. Mr. Jackson gives a family history, placing himself as a descendant of the Umpqua Indians. e talked at length about the white settlers treatment of the Indians and of the Cow Creek Treaty and the bill which is presently before Congress. This bill is asking permission for the Cow Creek band f Umpqua Tribe to file with the U.S. Court of Claims their onies which were not paid to them at the time of the treaty signing.
|Title||Chuck Jackson oral history|
|Collection||ARCHIVES AND MANUSCRIPTS|