by Mitch Battros October 14 2015
The following is a record of indigenous American tribes telling the story of the last Cascadia Subduction Zone 9.0 earthquake, which not only sent a massive tidal wave across the pacific wiping out part of Japan, but wrecked havoc on the US and Canadian northwest.
Indigenous oral history up and down the coast from northern California as far north as British Columbia tells the same story. Be it the Nuu-chah-nulth on Vancouver Island talking about someone getting “earthquake foot”, or the Yurok stories of “Thunderbird and Whale fighting”, it all adds up to one thing – around 1700, a massive earthquake and tsunami tore apart the region.
In 1964, Chief Louis Nookmis, of the Huu-ay-aht First Nation, in British Columbia, told a story, passed down through seven generations, about the eradication of Vancouver Island’s Pachena Bay people. “I think it was at nighttime that the land shook,” Nookmis recalled. According to another tribal history, “They sank at once, were all drowned; not one survived.”
A hundred years earlier, Billy Balch, a leader of the Makah tribe, recounted a similar story. Before his own time, he said, all the water had receded from Washington State’s Neah Bay, then suddenly poured back in, inundating the entire region. Those who survived later found canoes hanging from the trees.
Although Indigenous Peoples in the Northwestern U.S. and British Columbia have long recounted such tales, scientists finally acknowledged their credibility upon discovering the Cascadia fault in 1987 by Brian Atwater, a geologist with the United States Geological Survey, and a graduate student named David Yamaguchi.and the danger it causes.
The New Yorker magazine reported a comprehensive piece in their July 2015 issue, describing events that occurred along the Juan de Fuca plate and Cascadia. The article highlights the point of how researchers neglected stories told by tribes all along the northwest coastline.
In a 2005 study, Ruth Ludwin, then a seismologist at the University of Washington, together with nine colleagues, collected and analyzed Native American reports of earthquakes and saltwater floods. Some of those reports contained enough information to estimate a date range for the events they described. On average, the midpoint of that range was 1701, as reported in the New Yorker article. It does not speak well of European-Americans that such stories counted as evidence for a proposition only after that proposition had been proved.
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