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Picturing the Cayuse, Walla Walla, and Umatilla Tribes
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Indians of North America; Indian children; Infants; Children; Girls; Cayuse Indians; Braids (Hairdressing); Clothing and dress; Dress, Cloth; Moccasins; Blankets; Shawls; Necklaces; Dress, Cloth--Beaded; Pails; Landscape; Lakes and ponds; Rocks; Shrubs; Trees; Water;
Two young Native American girls are sitting on the bank of a pond or stream. The location is identified as being near Cayuse Station. The older girl is holding the younger girl in front of her. Only her...
Indians of North America; Cayuse Indians; Men; Clothing and dress; Trousers; Shirts; Shirt, Buckskin; Shirt, Buckskin--Beaded; Buckskin; Moccasins; Moccasins, Plain; Indian beadwork; Headdresses; Beaded; Feathers; Feathers, Eagle; Feathers, Plumes; Featherwork; Fur; Ermines; Choker; Horses; Horse Gear; Horse Trappings; Horse blankets; Saddles; Bridles; Reins; Regalia; Animals; Dogs; Hills; Mountains; Trees; Conifers; Landscape;
A Native American man, identified as Dr. Whirl-wind (Charley Whirlwind, Sr.) of the Cayuse Tribe, is mounted on a horse. The man is wearing buckskin pants and shirt and moccasins. The shirt is decorated...
Indians of North America; Men; Headdresses; Fur; Feathers, Eagle; Pendleton Roundup; Shirt, Buckskin; Necklaces; Blanket Strip; Medals;
A Native American man, known as Poker Jim, is standing with his eyes closed, and is displaying a medal he is wearing around his neck. He is wearing a feathered headdress, a buckskin shirt, and a necklace....
Indians of North America; Clothing and dress; Arm Bands, Brass; Infants; Bags; Bag, Beaded--Geometric; Indian beadwork; Bracelets; Braids (Hairdressing); Buckskin; Hats; Choker; Dwellings; Cradleboards; Cradleboard, Beaded--Floral; Dress, Buckskin; Hairstyle; Indian beadwork; Indian women; Leather garments; Leggings, Women's; Moccasins; Moccasins, Beaded-Floral; Necklaces; Tipis; Women; Walla Walla Indians;
A Native American woman, identified as Lou French of the Walla Walla tribe, stands to the right of a tipi, with her left side towards the photographer. She points to her left with her right arm upraised...
Indians of North America; Tipis; Men; Braids (Hairdressing); Necklaces; Moccasins; Belts (Clothing); Leggings; Shirts; Cayuse Indians; Blankets;
A Native American man, identified as Charley Whirlwind (also known as Dr. Whirlwind) of the Cayuse tribe, is standing in a forest clearing in front of a tipi. He is wearing a shirt, leggings, a necklace,...
Indians of North America; Indian women; Men; Tipis; Headdresses; Headdress, Horned; Hair ornaments; Hairstyle; Bonnet, Single Trail; Bonnets; Ermines; Feathers, Eagle; Feathers; Tribal chiefs; Capes (Clothing); Clothing and dress; Necklaces; Necklace, Loop; Moccasins; Moccasins, Beaded-Floral; Moccasins, Plain; Staffs (Sticks); Hides and skins; Bag, Beaded--Geometric; Bags; Indian beadwork; Belt, Leather; Belt, Beaded; Medals; Fur; Animals; Weaving; Braids (Hairdressing); Bracelets; Umatilla Indian Reservation (Or.); Umatilla Indians; Underdress, cloth; Trousers; Dress, Buckskin; Shirts; Shirt, Cloth; Blankets; Feathers, Plumes; Regalia;
Four Native American men and a Native American woman stand in front of three tipis. The people are identified as Dr. Whirlwind, Ta-wa-Toi, Mrs. No-shirt, Chief No-shirt, and Red Elk. The men all wear horned...
Indians of North America; Saddles; Umatilla Indians; Headdresses; Tomahawks; Horses; Leggings; Bridles; Men; Necklaces; Tribal chiefs;
A Native American man, identified as Chief Peo of the Umatilla tribe, rides a horse which faces to the left of the photograph. He wears a large feather headdress, a decorated armband, leggings, and a necklace....
Indians of North America; Clothing and dress; Infants; Indian beadwork; Bracelets; Braids (Hairdressing); Buckskin; Hats; Dwellings; Cradleboards; Cradleboard, Beaded--Floral; Dress, Buckskin; Hairstyle; Indian women; Leather garments; Moccasins; Tipis; Women; Walla Walla Indians; Leggings, Women's;
A Native American woman, identified as Lou French of the Walla Walla trive, stands to the left of a tipi, with her left side towards the photographer. Her arms are at her side, her head turned up and to...
People; Women; Men; Housing; Log cabins; Clothing and dress; Infants; Cabins; Landscape; Euro-American clothing; European Americans; Families; Fences; Housing; Photographs; Porches;
An outside photograph of a group of people--an adult male holding a baby, and five adult or teenage women, one woman holding a baby--standing in front of a log cabin. The group of people are wearing Euro-American...
Indians of North America; Cayuse Indians; Indian women; Infants; Cradleboards; Indian beadwork; Shawls; Mothers and children;
A Native American woman, identified as Sabina Minthorn of the Cayuse tribe, holds her baby in a cradleboard. The woman wears a headscarf and a shawl. The cradleboard includes an embroidered floral motif,...
Indians of North America; Tipis; Grasses; Indian reservations; Umatilla Indian Reservation (Or.); Indian encampments;
An encampment of two tipis on the Umatilla Indian Reservation. The landscape is grassy and hilly and the encampment is situated next to s stream.
Horses; Indians of North America; Men; Tipis; Indian encampments; Trees; Hats; Arbors (Bowers); Cottonwood trees;
Looking out from under a vegetation-covered arbor. In a large open space, two Native-American men sit on horseback, facing left. Standing behind them is a Native-American wearing a flat hat, with a bundle...
Clothing and dress; Euro-American clothing; European Americans; Rings; Eyeglasses; Umatilla Indian Reservation (Or.); Women;
A portait of a white couple sitting on chairs in front of a large map of the Umatilla Indian Reservation. The man wears a suit; the woman wears a light-colored dress and eyglasses. Both wear a wedding...
Antiquities; Baskets; Antlers; Indian beadwork; Decorations; Textiles; Indian art; Leather goods; Arrows; Bags; Bag, Beaded; Bag, Beaded--Geometric; Beaded; Beads; Bow (Archery); Canoes; Dentalium; Drums; Fringe; Hand drums; Pistols; Interiors; Jewelry; Mat; Necklaces; Quiver; Shell beads; Shell jewelry; Shells; Weapons; Ropes; Nets; Wood carvings; Wooden spoons; Implements, utensils, etc.; Furniture; Miniature objects;
A corner area of an interior room is covered with a net, from which is strung an assortment of Native American artifacts and decorations. There are baskets in many shapes and sizes; bags, woven and beaded;...
Baskets; Women; Antiquities; Indian art; Clothing and dress; European Americans; Indian beadwork;
A woman wearing Native American clothing stands behind a collection of Native American baskets identified as belonging to Lee Moorhouse. Some of the baskets are beaded and many have geometric patterns...
Clothing and dress; Bag, Beaded--Geometric; Bags; Baskets; Indian beadwork; Hats; Dwellings; Cradleboards; Dress, Buckskin; Ethnic costume; Porches; Windows; Pottery;
A collection of items identified as "Lee Moorhouse collection of Indian costumes and artifacts" is grouped on the board-and-batten porch of a house. Flanked by two lattice-work columns, most of the items...
Indians of North America; Cowboys; Cowboy hats; Indian women; Men; Horses; Mules; Streets; Saddles; Chaps; Blanket, Saddle; Blankets; Headdresses; Scarves; Buildings; Bandannas; Horse Trappings; Wooden sidewalks; Stables;
A line of 20 men and women on horseback stand side-by-side, facing the camera. They are on a dirt street in front of several wooden buildings, including a livery stable. The riders are a mixture of men,...
Indians of North America; Headdresses; Horses; Hats; Harnesses; People; Featherwork; Feathers; Ethnic costume; Indian encampments; Cowboy hats; Clothing and dress; Cameras; Blankets; Blanket, Saddle; Clothing and dress; Indian beadwork; Men; Meadows; Photographers; Tipis; Trees;
Fourteen Native American men on horeback are riding through an encampment. All are wearing some sort of headdress and tribal costume. Some are carrying staffs with feather adornment. The horses have beaded...
Antiquities; Bags; Baskets; Indian beadwork; Clothing and dress; Regalia; Dress, Buckskin; Belts (Clothing); Bandoleer; Bandoleer, Hairbone; Leggings; Leggings, Buckskin; Photographs; Blankets; Weapons; Tomahawks; Quiver; Arrows; Gloves;
A collection of Native American clothing, weapons, and artifacts identified as belonging to Major Lee Moorhouse. The collection includes regalia, buckskin leggings, a buckskin dresses, a quiver of arrows,...
Indians of North America; Men; Antiquities; Tipis; Regalia; Headdresses; Weapons; Bow (Archery); Arrows; Bags; Photographs; Blankets; Exhibitions; Umatilla Indians;
A Native American man wearing a feathered headdress poses in front of a small tipi. The tipi is positioned in front of a wall on which is mounted an exhibit of Native American clothing, weapons, and artifacts,...
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