Portland, Oregon 2021-11-26 00:59:07 –
Portland, Oregon (KOIN) – A woman seeks the help of the general public to find an indigenous regalia filmed when a car was stolen in Salem on Saturday.
Auburn Logan said the regalia she collected over the years is part of remembering the strength and resilience of her community – she’s really valuable to the item. said.
According to Logan, the stolen items are moccasins, leggings, white floral scarves, gold shawls, shell necklaces, dental chokers, and beaded earrings.
“They were on my grandfather’s side. They are from the Yurok, Tolowa, and Karuk tribes of Northern California. Their shells have such importance to the tribes there.
Logan said those parts and some more were in the box of the trunk of her car while she was on the move.
She woke up Saturday morning and said the car had left her apartment in northeastern Bell Road.
“Everything was locked and all windows were open,” Logan told KOIN 6 News.
Logan submitted a police report and Salem officials called her saying she had found a car on Monday.
The car was on Hazelgreen Road near Chemawa Indian School, about 10 miles from her apartment, but without a regalia box.
“I just collapsed. I just broke at work and couldn’t think straight and talk,” Logan said.
Logan said he needed the help of the community to find the power to share his story and find valuable works to help celebrate her lasting heritage.
“We have walked this earth and have walked these lands and this lands for thousands of years. I have ancestral dreams and want to keep their language, culture and traditions alive and secure. I think, “says Logan.
Logan asks people to check for stolen regalia on pawn shops, eBay, and the Facebook marketplace.
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