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  • Collection: Northwest Indians

Indians_Yakima03.tif
"Toppenish; Yakima Co. Indian Long House."

Indians_Yakima01.tif
Men and women standing in a crowd

Indians_Yakima06.tif
"Charlie Miller, Indian police of the Yakimas, drying Salmon at mouth of White Salmon River."

Indians_Women09.tif
Two young women in studio portrait

Indians_Women06.tif
"Group of Indian girls on the steps of the girls dorm building at the missing, all dressed up in pageant costumes."

Indians_Women05.tif
"Augie Brown, Irene Rassmussen, Annie Anasta."

Indians_Women04.tif
"Augie Brown, Eva Gardype, Irene Rasmussen, Justine Luke."

Indians_Women03.tif
"Pauline Pichette, Martina Finley"

Indians_Women02.tif
Studio portrait of woman with cradleboard

Indians_Women01.tif
"Old Wrangel, Alaska Indian Squaw." Was formerly a slave captured from an interior tribe, found frozen to death the winter following photo."

Indians_Women10.tif
"Old woman reported to have been better than 100 years of age."

Indians_Treaty_Tree03.tif
"This is the tree at the original site of St. Michael's Mission. Under this tree Chief Peone pledged to lay down arms and wage no more war on whites."

Indians_Treaty_Tree04.tif
"Treaty Tree, Peone Prairie."

Indians_Treaty_Tree02.tif
"The Peone Prairie tree under which Chief Peone and Governor Stevens in 1853 are reputed to have met."

Indians_Treaty_Tree01.tif
"The Treaty Tree standing near the site of the original St. Michael's Mission N.E. of Hillyard. Under this tree in the early 1860's Chief Peone of the Spokanes pledged the latter to lay down their arms and wage no more war on the whites. The deed to…

Indians_Treaty_Tree05.tif
"Treaty Tree, Peone Prairie."

Indians_Treaties01.tif
"Medicine Creek Treaty Marker at or near the site of the treaty made by Governor Stevens with the Indians in December 1854 near Nisqually."

Indians_Treaties03.tif
"Signing of the Nez Perce Indian Treaty."

Indians_Tipis01.tif
"Colville Indian - winter tipi encampment"

Indians_Tipis03.tif
"Indian camp at the agency, Nespelem 1908"

Indians_Sweatbaths05.tif
"Indian (Spokane) sweathouse in Indian Canyon"

Indians_Sweatbaths04.tif
"Indian sweathouse"

Indians_Sweatbaths03.tif
"Frame of Indian sweathouse"

Indians_Sweatbaths01.tif
"Indian bath-tub 25 miles south of Avery near the Monumental Buttes"

Indians_Sweatbaths06.tif
"Framework of the shelter within which the bath is taken"

Indians_Spokane36.tif
Unidentified man and woman in front of a tipi

Indians_Spokane35.tif
"Spokane Indian Ghost dancers"

Indians_Spokane34.tif
"John Stevens (Elk Horn) on left wife, Mrs. John Stevens, seated & their child. Man on right - Coyote."

Indians_Spokane30.tif
Two women and child, one is identified as Mrs. John Stevens

Indians_Spokane29.tif
"Sweet sixteen, Spokane Indian"

Indians_Spokane28.tif
"Camp of a small group of Spokane Indians in the woods near what is known today as Seven Mile."

Indians_Spokane27.tif
"Teepees near 7 mile point on Spokane River"

Indians_Spokane25.tif
"Indians living near Fort Spokane"

Indians_Spokane26.tif
"Spokane Indian papoose"

Indians_Spokane22.tif
"group of Indians are holding a flag on the 4th of July"

Indians_Spokane21.tif
"Spokane Indians at Loenbergers"

Indians_Spokane20.tif
Woman and child, card printed by the American Engraving Company of Spokane

Indians_Spokane16.tif
"Art card issued by the Spokane - American Engraving Co. showing an old Indian woman carrying a load of wood on her back to the camp."

Indians_Spokane15.tif
"Spokanes: Mr. & Mrs. Joe Robinson, Mr. & Mrs. John Stevens, Mr. & Mrs. Lowery and Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Levi."
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