For Northwest Native Americans, New Year Is Time To Honor Traditions : NPR

In the Northwest, some Native Americans celebrate New Year earlier than the rest of the western world. In fact, tribal New Year is December 20. The Umatilla tribes of eastern Oregon hold their ceremony just before the winter solstice.
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