He was interviewed by the C-SPAN BookTV Bus crew at the Oregon Council for the Social Studies annual Spring Conference, April 4, 2009, at Grand Ronde Tribal Center.
Stephen Beckham talked about the book he edited Oregon Indians: Voices from Two Centuries (Oregon State University Press; May 2006). It is a collection of original documents with essays providing historical context.
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