Students enrolled in the Regional Interdisciplinary Internship course prepare final presentations covering all of their work during the spring semester and present their work to their colleagues, Linfield staff and faculty, community partners, and community sponsors of the internship programs. Ashley Burgess interned with the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde and gave this presentation as part of her YES Internship during 2012.
This research project looks at the Confederate Tribes of Grand Ronde (CTGR) 100 years ago through today and was part of “McMinnville 100 Years Ago,” a project sponsored by the Yamhill Enrichment Society (YES). The presentation describes the changes that occurred to the CTGR over the course of the past 100 years, from the original Oregon Trail of Tears to the blossoming Spirit Mountain Casino.
Burgess, Ashley, "Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde: A Look at where They Were 100 Years Ago and where They Are Today" (2012). 2012 Yamhill Enrichment Society (YES) Internships. Presentation. Submission 2.