Warm Springs

The Warm Springs Reservation is home to almost 4,000 members of the Warm Springs, Wasco and Paiute tribes. Their families have called parts of Oregon home since well before any European settlers arrived. The Warm Springs Reservation stretches from Mt. Hood to the Deschutes River. Today we're sharing photos from two photographers who spent July 15th in Warm Springs.

A resident climbs out of her window, demonstrating how she enters and leaves her home. The door is barricaded to keep out intruders. Photo by Joe Cantrell 

A resident climbs out of her window, demonstrating how she enters and leaves her home. The door is barricaded to keep out intruders. Photo by Joe Cantrell 

Charlie Green dresses her foster daughter Cadrienne WaiWaipam for day care. They both live with Charlie's mother Lucinda, along with nine other family members. Photo by Leah Nash 

Charlie Green dresses her foster daughter Cadrienne WaiWaipam for day care. They both live with Charlie's mother Lucinda, along with nine other family members. Photo by Leah Nash 

At the home of Laqaixit Tewee, an author of books for children, and her husband are many totems. They often include mustang skulls as there are wild mustangs in the area. Photo by Joe Cantrell

At the home of Laqaixit Tewee, an author of books for children, and her husband are many totems. They often include mustang skulls as there are wild mustangs in the area. Photo by Joe Cantrell

Leslie Rae Robinson and Tyson Rae Green break horses. Both live at the home of Lucinda Green, Leslie's great grandmother and Tyson's great aunt. Photo by Leah Nash

Leslie Rae Robinson and Tyson Rae Green break horses. Both live at the home of Lucinda Green, Leslie's great grandmother and Tyson's great aunt. Photo by Leah Nash