FROM THE JANUARY 23, 1930 GOLDENDALE SENTINEL.  

IN THE TWENTY FIVE YEARS AGO ARTICLE, MENTION IS MADE ABOUT JOSLYN FINALLY BEING PAID BY THE U.S. GOVERNMENT FOR THE USE OF HIS FARM AS THE WHITE SALMON INDIAN RESERVATION IN 1856.  THIS RESERVATION INCLUDED CAMAS PRAIRIE AND IS THE MAIN REASON WHY I DON'T THINK THE GLENWOOD VALLEY WAS INCLUDED IN THE ORIGINAL TREATY ESTABLISHING THE YAKAMA RESERVATION.

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