The Place of the Falling Waters Screened at Ethnic Cultural Center

Plasi Cocowee, a memer of the Salish Tribe, works on Kerr Dam at the height of its construction in 1937.
Plasi Cocowee, a memer of the Salish Tribe, works on Kerr Dam at the height of its construction in 1937.

The Place of the Falling Waters, a Native Voices documentary about the Salish and Kootenia tribal histories and the building of the Kerr hydropower dam on Montana’s Flathead Lake, was recently shown at the Ethnic Cultural Center. Falling Waters was produced by Daniel Hart, UW professor of American Indian Studies and Luana Ross, UW associate professor of Women Studies. Read about the screening in UW Today.

 

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