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Cayuse and Shahaptian delegates meet with Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Washington D.C., ca. 1890



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Athapascan women pose with birchbark baskets, Yukon River area, Alaska, ca. 1903

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Cayuse chief named Wa-Tis-Te-Me-Ne, Oregon, ca. 1900

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Cayuse man known as Five Crows, Achekaia and/or Pahkatos sits for portrait
Photographer: Moorhouse, Lee

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Cayuse man known as Somkin, head of the Indian Police, Umatilla Indian Reservation
Photographer: Moorhouse, Lee

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Cayuse man known as Whirlwind in front of tepee
Photographer: Moorhouse, Lee

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Cayuse twins in cradleboards, 1898
Photographer: Moorhouse, Lee

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Chelan couple, possible Wapato John & wife, pose with beadwork, ca. 1910
Photographer: Lindsley, Lawrence Denny, 1879-1974

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Cheyenne woman named Woxie Haury in ceremonial dress, and, in wedding portrait with husband

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Colville chief Kinkanaqua, last 'Salmon Chief', Washington, ca. 1895

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Colville girl poses for portrait, Washington, ca. 1900
Photographer: Palmer, Frank, 1864-1920

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Colville Indian Reservation school, Washington, ca. 1908
Photographer: Palmer, Frank, 1864-1920

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Colville man and woman outside log cabin, Washington, ca. 1904
Photographer: Palmer, Frank, 1864-1920

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Colville man known as Poker Joe or Po-ees-li-kan with family outside of log cabin, Inchelium, Washington
Photographer: Palmer, Frank, 1864-1920

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Colville man poses for portrait, ca. 1900
Photographer: Palmer, Frank, 1864-1920

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Colville man poses for portrait, Washington, ca. 1900
Photographer: Palmer, Frank, 1864-1920

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Colville men David Nanamkin & Peter Paul, Washington
Photographer: Churchill, H. W.

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Colville men including Abraham Edward, Victor Nichols & Jim Finley, Washington

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Colville men including Joe Moses wear ceremonial dress in procession on horseback, Washington

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Colville men named Ben & John Moses pose with others, Washington

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Colville men including Wait Nanpooya & Eddie Moses pose in open car, July 4, 1916, Washington

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Colville men pose for portrait in studio, Washington

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Colville tepee and mat lodge at Nespelem, Washington

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Colville woman named Annie with grandson Bill Moses, Washington

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Colville woman named Katie Nanpooya George holds baby in cradleboard, Washington

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Gitksan woman and children posed by totem of a cougar, Kitwanga, British Columbia, 1910
Photographer: Emmons, George Thornton

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Kalispel man, Washington, ca. 1900
Photographer: Palmer, Frank, 1864-1920

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Kalispel, Skitswish, Salish & Colville men pose with Father De Smet after the journey to Vancouver in 1859

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Klamath men known as Soloman, Long Jack & Brown, who participated in the Modoc War, pose for formal portrait
Photographer: Herrin, D.C.

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Kutenai family of Simon David, Bonner's Ferry, Idaho, 1914

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Kutenai man named Chief Koostata and family in ceremonial dress, Dayton, Montana, ca. 1915

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Kutenai man and woman soothe crying baby

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Lake man named Chief Edward
Studio Name: Western Photo Association, F. P. Eastburn, Manager

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Lake woman named Julia Jane

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Makah women known as Weisub and Neisub, Neah Bay, Washington, ca.1898
Photographer: Morse, Samuel G. (Samuel Gay), 1859-1921

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Nespelem woman

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Nez Perce and Umatilla men & women gather for powwow, ca. 1900
Photographer: Rutter

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Nez Perce Chief Joseph in studio portrait

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Nez Perce couple named Henry Enos and wife, Camas Prairie, Idaho, ca. 1899

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Nez Perce infant and young boy names Art Cercle, Colville Indian Reservation, Washington, ca. 1903.
Photographer: Latham, Edward H.

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Nez Perce man and woman pose in front of tepee, with mountain behind them
Photographer: Palmer, Frank, 1864-1920

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Nez Perce man and woman, ca. 1913

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Nez Perce man named David Isaac sits for formal portrait

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Nez Perce man, Washington

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Nez Perce men (including Joe Craig) in formal portrait, Idaho
Photographer: Cummings, E. G.

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Nez Perce men, posed before transport to the Indian Territories, probably taken in Montana,1877

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Nez Perce woman in ceremonial dress poses for formal portrait displaying bag

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Nez Perce woman named Old Mary, Camas Prairie, Idaho, ca. 1899

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Plateau man with hat

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Nez Perce women of the Brown family, Camas Prairie, Idaho, ca. 1899

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Plateau region man and woman with dog

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Plateau region young man

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Puget Sound area woman sits on porch with baskets, Washington, ca. 1903

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Salish man named Paul Challae and small child, Montana

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Salish men on July 4th stand by tepees near St. Ignatius Mission, Flathead Reservation, Montana, 1903

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Salish woman with five children, Montana, ca. 1895

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Salishan basketmakers pose with baskets and carvings, Washington, ca. 1893
Photographer: La Roche, Frank

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Salish man poses in feathered headdress, Montana

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Sinkiuse-Columbia chief Moses, his nephew Chil-Lee-Leet-Sah and two other delegates sent to petition President Hayes, Washington, ca. 1879

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Skitswish girl named Ann Antelope Samuels in ceremonial dress, Washington & Skitswish girl named Stella Antelope, Spokane, Washington
Photographer: Angvire, Oswald

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Skitswish woman named Ann Antelope Samuels poses with photo of herself at around age 10, Washington, 1997
Photographer: Jennifer Ferguson

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Spokane named Moses Lot, Wellpinit Mission School, Wellpinit, Washington, 1900
Photographer: Paige, E. O.

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Spokane named Bazil D. Peone, Spokane Washington, ca. 1919
Photographer: Martin, Milford B.

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Spokane named Tomeo Kamiakun, Spokane Washington

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Spokane/Skitswish woman named Madeline Paine Charley, Spokane Washington, 1936
Photographer: Dowd, Edgar

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Tlingit boy wearing a woven hat, Sitka, ca. 1915
Photographer: Merrill, E.W. (Elbridge Warren)

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Tulalip woman known as Annie's Katie, Tulalip Indian Reservation, Washington, 1905
Photographer: Edson, Norman, d.1968

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Yakama woman with baby in cradleboard on her back
Photographer: Rutter

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Umatilla warriors, Oregon

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Nez Perce woman named Tolah, Camas Prairie, Idaho, ca. 1899

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Yakama woman named Washkin

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Yakama man named Chief White Swan

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Yakama man, Wallula, Washington, January 6th, 1901

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