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PH036_4338
Photo NumberPH036_4338
Title on ObjectSabrina MinThorn Cayuse Tribe
Title on EnvelopeSabrina Minthorn, Cayuse Indian, in costume
Descriptive UO TitleSabrina Minthorn, Cayuse Indian in costume
TCI Title
General NotesA Native American woman, identified as Sabina Minthorn from the Cayuse Tribe, appears to be sitting in front of a backdrop. She faces the photographer with her hands partly crossed in front of her in her lap, which is where the photo cuts off. Her two long dark braids are tucked into the front of her belt, which has a geometric figure in the middle. She wears a choker necklace and has bracelets on both arms and rings on both hands. The top of her dress has squares of geometric beading, and its sleeves end in fringes. She wears a cloth shirt, or, possibly, underdress, underneath her leather dress. The old style deer tail dress is a dress that has a deer tail on the front and sometimes the back of a dress with beadwork around the tail. As in this photograph its tail is under her chin.
TCI NotesA photograph of a woman sitting in front of a blanket back drop. She has been identified as Sabina Minthorn. She is wearing an old style deer tail buckskin dress, choker, and beaded leather belt. In the background is a blanket for a backdrop. Writing on the photograph is next to her right shoulder "Sabina Minthorn Cayuse Tribe Maj. Moorhouse."
TCI TermsWoman
Dress, Buckskin-Old Style Deer Tail, Beaded
Belt, Leather--Beaded
Choker


TCI ClassesPerson; Regalia;
SubjectIndians of North America
Clothing and dress
Indian beadwork
Belts (Clothing)
Bracelets
Braids (Hairdressing)
Buckskin
Cayuse Indians
Choker
Dress, Buckskin
Rings
Hairstyle
Indian beadwork
Indian women
Jewelry
Leather garments
Shirt, Cloth
Shirts
Women


NamesMinthorn, Sabina
PhotographerMoorhouse, Lee
Date in Photo1897 - 1920
RightsThis image is in the public domain. Acknowledgement of the University of Oregon Libraries as a source is requested.
RepositoryUniversity of Oregon Libraries - Special Collections and University Archives

Collection TitleMoorhouse Collection
Source FormatGlass-plate negative
Source Dimensions7.94 X 9.84 inches
Source Conditionflaking
discoloration
TypeImage
Sub TypeInterior Photograph


Image (File) Size200,791 bytes
Image Width706 pixels
Image Height875 pixels
Color Space24 bit - RGB - sRGB IEC61966-2.1
Capture MethodScanned in transmissive mode with Silverfast AI 6.0 on UMAX PowerLook III flatbed scanner. Levels adjusted from 0 - 1.00 - 255 to 16 - 1.00 - 195 prior to capture.
Resolution125 dpi
Processing HistoryScanned images enter Photoshop with negative polarity and have a reversed orientation. Archived Tiffs are saved. Adobe Photoshop used to reorient and crop images, invert image to positive polarity, set and neutralize shadow and highlight point, adjust midtone contrast, and desaturate color information. Second production tiff saved, retaining adjustments layers. Photoshop used to convert color profie from Adobe 1998, to sRGB, set resoltuion to 125 dpi and resize the largest pixel dimension of the image to 875. Display jpeg saved after resizing.
Additional Formats Held by UOArchived tiff -- PH036_4338.tif -- 24 bit, Adobe RGB (1998) -- 4838 X 6000 pixels -- 600 dpi -- 87,102,336 bytes //

Production tiff -- PH036_4338rb.tif -- 24 bit, Adobe RGB (1998) -- 4838 X 6000 pixels -- 600 dpi -- 171,147,592 bytes //
PublisherJoint Project of the University of Oregon Libraries and the Tamástslikt Cultural Institute of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla
Digital CollectionUniversity of Oregon. Libraries. Picturing the Cayuse, Walla Walla, and Umatilla Tribes.
Contributing InstitutionUniversity of Oregon Libraries
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