Depoe Bay, Oregon

“The Tututni were forced to own the land. That was the Dawes Act. After 1894, the tribe couldn’t, legally, use this harbor in common; it belonged to Depot Charlie. You wouldn’t recognize it. Today, you can’t even live in a boat unless you have permission or pay dock fees. But I have a friend, and I do odd jobs for him, so I have this camper here, and I get enough money to pay for my slot at Martin’s Trailer Harbor. I don’t think any man should own the land.” — John Beaver