Umatilla


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U·ma·til·la

 (yo͞o′mə-tĭl′ə)
n. pl. Umatilla or U·ma·til·las
1. A member of a Native American people of northeast Oregon.
2. The dialect of Sahaptin spoken by the Umatilla.
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The river on the banks of which they were encamped, emptied into the Columbia, was called by the natives the Eu-o-tal-la, or Umatilla, and abounded with beaver.
Next he engaged passage on the steamship Umatilla, sailing for Seattle and Puget Sound ports at daylight.
Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary - Indian Affairs John Tahsuda announced today that the Department of the Interior has signed an agreement with the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation in Oregon to guide implementation of the Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations.
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UMATILLA - Umatilla County has instructed a strip club to stop operations amid allegations that it lacks a permit to operate, but a strip club official disputes the claim.
GOOD PUBLIC HEALTH comes about through good planning, a lesson community members in Umatilla County, Oregon, have taken to heart with an initiative that combines both outlooks.
Umatilla Dace (Rhinichthys umatilla) were first described in the Columbia River near the town of Umatilla, Oregon (Gilbert and Everman 1894).
Does industrial, commercial business including the airport, large construction company, city of Umatilla, Ocala & Williston.
There's a swamp in the Umatilla Indian reservation near Pendleton, Oregon, that makes people who live near it nervous.
The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (Oregon DEQ) will accept public comments until July 15 on its proposal to renew the Umatilla Chemical Agent Disposal Facility's hazardous waste permit.
Close published the finding of his research, supported by the Confederated Tribes of Umatilla and the Bonneville Power Administration, in the Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences Early Edition in July.