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Picturing the Cayuse, Walla Walla, and Umatilla Tribes
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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...
Photographic studios; Bridges; Doors and doorways; Rivers; Porches; Photographic studios;
The approach to W. S. Bowman's photography studio. There is a raised ramp, with "Photographs" painted on it, and the studio is also raised on stilts, since it is built on the edge of a river bank. The...
Buildings; Dwellings; Porches; Windows; Doors and doorways; Photographic studios; Houses;
W. S. Bowman's photography studio in Pendleton, Oregon. Two stories, of brick or stone, with a crenellated roofline across the front and wrapping partway around the sides of the roof, it sits on a high...
Trees; Tree stumps; Wagons; Women; Men; Horses; Conifers; Cabins; Log cabins; Children; Mountains; Hills; Barrels; Saws; Dwellings;
Outside photograph of a homestead in the mountains. A woman and child dressed in European-American clothing stand outside the door of a log cabin. Two men, also dressed in European-American clothing, stand...
Indians of North America; Indian women; Aged persons; Chairs; Buildings; Doors and doorways; Clothing and dress; Dress, Trade Cloth; Belts (Clothing); Hairstyle; Braids (Hairdressing); Necklaces; Beads; Belt, Yarn; Baskets; Weaving; Women;
A black and white photograph of an old Native American woman sitting on a wooden ladderback chair in front of the door of a wooden building. The door is shut and the doorknob and keyhole visible. The woman...
Men; Indian children; Indians of North America; Tipis; Shirts; Blanket, Pendleton; Choker; Bandoleer, Fur; Bandoleer; Ermines; Clothing and dress; Braids (Hairdressing); Necklace, Loop; Necklaces; Belts (Clothing); Bag, Cornhusk; Poles (Engineering); Doors and doorways; Cottonwood trees; Logs; Ladders; Trees; Utility poles; Regalia;
An outside photograph of a Native American man and young girl standing in front of a tule mat tipi in the snow in winter. The man has been identified as Paul Showaway. He is wearing a shirt over which...
Indians of North America; Indian women; Men; Women; Cayuse Indians; Tipis; Mat; Staffs (Sticks); Clothing and dress; Cloth; Shirts; Shirt, Cloth; Trousers; Breechcloths; Fringe; Moccasins; Moccasins, Beaded-Geometric; Bandoleer; Beaded; Beads; Indian beadwork; Belts (Clothing); Belt, Beaded; Bags; Bag, Beaded; Jewelry; Necklaces; Necklace, Loop; Choker; Earrings; Earrings, Shell; Shells; Shell jewelry; Shell beads; Dress, Cloth; Underdress; Underdress, cloth; Sashes (Costume); Shawls; Floral; Scarves; Bandannas; Blankets; Blanket, Pendleton; Ropes; Doors and doorways; Trees; Shrubs; Grasses; Antiquities; Hairstyle;
A Native American man and woman, identified as Red Elk and his sister, of the Cayuse Tribe, stand in front of a large tipi. The tipi is made up of layers of tule mats, with some long sticks supporting...
Tipis; Indian women; Indians of North America; Cayuse Indians; Mat; Medals; Tipis; Snow; Shells; Shell jewelry; Ladders; Doors and doorways; Hairstyle; Braids (Hairdressing); Necklaces; Choker; Earrings; Earrings, Shell; Clothing and dress; Dress, Cloth; Dress, Cloth--Beaded; Indian beadwork; Underdress; Underdress, cloth; Belts (Clothing); Belt, Beaded; Blankets; Bag, Beaded--Geometric; Bag, Beaded; Bags;
A Native American woman identified as "Mrs. Black Hawk" of the Cayuse tribe stands in front of a tule reed mat tipi. There is snow on the ground and on parts of the tipi. Five poles are visible, and on...
Men; Indians of North America; Sweatbaths; Doors and doorways; Blankets; Blanket, Pendleton; Hairstyle; Trees; Rocks; Poles (Engineering);
An outside photograph of a Native American man who has been identified as Ed Chapman; he is kneeling on the ground in front of a sweathouse. The sweathouse is dug into the ground, so that the only thing...
Men; Indians of North America; Walla Walla Indians; Regalia; Tipis; Braids (Hairdressing); Headbands (Headgear); Claws, Bear; Feathers; Feathers, Eagle; Choker; Necklaces; Necklace, Loop; Coats; Coat, Buckskin; Fringe; Hides and skins; Pipe, Hatchet Style; Belts (Clothing); Scabbards; Scabbard, Knife; Knives; Blanket, Pendleton; Moccasins; Poles (Engineering); Logs;
An outside photograph of a Native American man posing in regalia in front of a tule mat tipi. The man has been identified as Joe Bennett. His hair is braided and he is wearing a headband of bear claws...
Schools; Hills; Streets; Flags; Windows; Chimneys; Fences; Ladders; Porches; Doors and doorways; Hats; Euro-American clothing; Men; Women; Brickwork; Stairways; Flagpoles;
A three-storey brick building, identified as the St. Andrews Roman Catholic Mission School of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, is in the middle of the photograph. A series of hills are located behind the...
Missionaries; Presbyterians; Animals; Dogs; Blankets; Books; Clothing and dress; Canvas; Doors and doorways; Dwellings; Interiors; Bow ties; Suits (Clothing); Tables; Tents; Fuelwood;
Rev. James N. Cornelison sits in the doorway of a house. He sits at ease petting a large spotted dog. He is dressed in a suit with open jacket, vest, fold-down collar, and plaid bow tie, and appears to...
Buildings; High schools; Blankets; Coaches (Athletics); Football uniforms; Football; Football players; Pendleton High School, Pendleton, Oregon; Electric Studio;
Twenty-two young European-American men, identified as the 1913 Pendleton High School football team, stand together wearing football uniforms. Many are wearing sweaters with the letter P on the front. Another...
Schools; Nuns; Priests; Beads; Hats; Windows; Doors and doorways; Employees; Clothing and dress; Necklaces; Women; Men; European Americans; Umatilla Indian Reservation (Or.); Wooden sidewalks; Coats;
A group of European American men and women, identified as the personnel of St. Andrews Roman Catholic Mission School of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, are standing in front of a side of a building. They...
Log cabins; Logs; Indian reservations; Umatilla Indian Reservation (Or.); Trees; Rivers; Rocks; Dwellings; Chimneys; Sheds; Doors and doorways; Cabins;
A view of a one-room log cabin identified as the "office of the U.S. Indian Agent Umatilla Agency erected in 1863". The cabin appears to stand on a small rise; deciduous trees are visible off to the left,...
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