Table of contents for Standing tall : the lifeway of Kathryn Jones Harrison, chair of the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde Community / by Kristine Olson.

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 Harrison Genealogy
 Foreword, by Senator Mark O. Hatfield 
 Part One
 Ancestors to Adulthood, 1843--1945
 1. Survival 
 2. Harry Jones, Valedictorian 
 3. Kakwa Anqati (As It Was in the Past)
 4. Orphaned 
 5. Homeless 
 6. Chemawa Revisited 
 Part Two
 Searching for Home, 1946--1981
 7. Cast Adrift and "Terminated" 
 8. Self-determination
 9. Siletz (and Self) Restoration
 Part Three
 Leader as Elder, 1982--2005
 10. Grand Ronde Re-Recognized
 11. Land!
 12. Mourning
 13. Women Elders as the People's Heartbeat
 14. Gambling Winnings and Life's Losses
 15. Chairwoman
 16. Curses of Wealth and Blessings of a Meteorite
 17. Looking Toward Our Ancestors
 18. Embracing Elderhood
 About the Author 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Harrison, Kathryn Jones, 1924-.
Indians of North America -- Oregon -- Biography.
Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde Community of Oregon.