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What's in a name? A lot, especially if a particular place had a name, and another one was slapped on top of it.
Among the ranks of essential workers, there may be none more essential than the people who harvest food from farms. It is often done by hand in tough conditions, and those degraded further during the COVID-19 pandemic.
‘You lose a language, you lose a culture’
David Lewis, a professor at Oregon State University and consultant to the Oregon Geographic Names Board, said name changes require time for research and tribal collaboration.