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Picturing the Cayuse, Walla Walla, and Umatilla Tribes
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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...
Indian women; Infants; Applique; Beads; Blankets; Braids (Hairdressing); Cradleboards; Dress, Cloth; Floral decorations; Shawls; Cayuse Indians;
A Native American woman, identified as Ruth Coyote of the Cayuse tribe, stands smiling, supporting a cradleboard on her right. She is wrapped in a long striped shawl. Her hair is braided. An infant is...
Indian women; Infants; Tipis; Mat; Bags; Baskets; Textiles; Hats; Cradleboards; Textiles; Brooms and brushes; Textiles; Fences; Walla Walla Indians; Corrals; Cayuse Indians;
A Native American woman, possibly misidentified as Rosa Paul of the Cayuse or Walla tribe, stands in front of a tipi, facing the left side of the picture. She is wearing a basket hat and a long fringed...
Indian encampments; Indian reservations; Indians of North America; People; Umatilla Indian Reservation (Or.); Umatilla Indians; Tipis; Meadows; Trees; Mountains; Horses; Wagons; Campsites; Camps; Canvas; Landscape; Shrubs; Animals; Livestock; Fences;
A view of a Native American encampment on the Umatilla Indian Reservation, taken July 4, 1902. Two rows of tipis, most made of canvas, are set up on a field covered with grass and low bushes. The area...
Railroad tracks; Railroads; Hills; Snow; Trees; Utility poles; Fences; Tipis; Umatilla Indian Reservation (Or.); Umatilla Indians; Indian reservations; Conifers; Landscape;
A view looking down the railroad tracks belonging to the Oregon-Washington Railroad and Navigation Company. The tracks curve to the center of the photo, leading the eye to a low hill covered with snow...
Landscape; Dwellings; Farmhouses; Agricultural facilities; Croplands; Buildings; Shrubs; Canals; Water; Water-supply; Sluice gates; Wood; Chimneys; Fences; Crops; Irrigation;
The left side of the image is a large open plain that is covered by sand and sagebrush, with no visible trees or other vegetation. The right side of the image has a farmhouse and a barn. The ground around...
Indians of North America; Cayuse Indians; Men; Clothing and dress; Choker; Fur; Fur--Hair Wraps; Arm Bands; Leggings; Moccasins; Jewelry; Necklaces; Bracelets; Breechcloths; Shirts; Handkerchiefs; Hats;
A Native American man, identified incorrectly as Bones of the Palouse tribe, stands on a mat in front of a backdrop. He wears Native American clothing, including a fur hair wrap, choker, bracelet, arm...
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,...
Tipis; Trees; Meadows; Hills; Fuelwood; Fences; Umatilla Indian Reservation (Or.); Camps; Indian encampments; Indian reservations;
A tipi stands in an open grassy area with a background of small hills, trees and fences. Near the door of the tipi is a small pile of tree branches.
Camps; Fences; Umatilla Indian Reservation (Or.); Buildings; Hills; Streams; Trees; Railroad tracks; Conifers; Cages; Gardens; Cottonwood trees; Tipis;
Railroad tracks run in front of a wooded area identified as being near Cayuse Station, Thorn Hollow. Fences run along the railroad tracks and stop on either side of a railroad crossing. The crossing is...
Clothing and dress; Baskets; Blankets; Braids (Hairdressing); Camps; Corrals; Cowboy hats; Dogs; Euro-American clothing; European Americans; Families; Indian children; Fences; Hills; Horses; Indian women; Indians of North America; Coats; Leather garments; Men; Mat; Trousers; Sheds; Tipis; Umatilla Indian Reservation (Or.); Umatilla Indians; Photographers; Cameras;
A Native American family of three is posing in front of a tipi for pictures being taken by a white man. The Native American woman is in a separate pose on a blanket with another blanket wrapped around...
Many different types of arrowheads are mounted in a frame. The arrowheads are arranged in the shape of an arrowhead or tree. Each arrowhead is attached with wire or thread across them in two or three places....
Umatilla Indian Reservation (Or.); Indian encampments; Tipis; Trees; Landscape; Dwellings; Horses; Mat; Wagons; Barns; Canvas; Hills; Mountains; Tents; Saddles; Indian reservations; Cottonwood trees; Conifers;
A Native American encampment, located in a clearing next to a stand of trees (deciduous without leaves and conifers), at the base of a hill or mountain. There are four tipis made of mats and canvas, and...
Indians of North America; Indian encampments; Dwellings; Tipis; Horses; Landscape; Meadows;
A stereo view of a Native American encampment and the surrounding landscape. The encampment includes many tipis and there are some horses visible in the foreground.
Dwellings; Tipis; Croplands; Camps; Fences; Roads; Trees; Indian encampments;
A view of two Native American camps and the surrounding landscape. The landscape includes fields, farmlands, a road, deciduous trees without leaves, and fences. The camps include tipis.
Dwellings; Tipis; Croplands; Camps; Fences; Roads; Indian encampments; Trees;
A view of two Native American camps and the surrounding landscape. The landscape includes fields, farmlands, a road, and fences. The camps include tipis. A line of deciduous trees without leaves is in...
Indians of North America; Leggings, Buckskin; Indian beadwork; Headdresses; Feathers, Plumes; Feathers, Eagle; Feathers; Fan, Hawk Tail; Earrings, Shell; Dress, Cloth; Clothing and dress; Chaps, Leather; Bracelets; Belts (Clothing); Mat; Moccasins; Necklaces; Aged persons; Decorations; Paper; Fences; Trees; Studio props; Boardwalks;
Elderly Native American male is posed outside in front of a studio back drop (wooden framed and matted). He is standing on a small round braided mat. He is dressed in tribal costume and regalia. He has...
Indians of North America; Indian women; Women; Walla Walla Indians; Blankets; Blanket, Pendleton; Clothing and dress; Dress, Buckskin; Fringe; Beaded; Beads; Indian beadwork; Hats; Hat, Cornhusk; Moccasins; Moccasins, Beaded-Geometric; Hairstyle; Choker; Bracelets; Copper jewelry; Copperwork; Indian copperwork; Rings; Studio props; Grasses; Landscape; Trees; Wooden sidewalks; Wood; Fences; Boardwalks; Regalia;
A Native American woman, identified as Rosa Parr of the Walla Walla Tribe, is seated on a chair in front of a blanket backdrop. The woman is dressed in a buckskin dress with fringes and beadwork. She is...
Dogs; Men; Landscape; Battlefields; Grande Ronde, Battle of the, Or., 1856; Croplands; Farmhouses; Barns; Agricultural facilities; Cairns; Suits (Clothing); Historic sites;
Group of men dressed in suits are standing in a field looking at a rock cairn. A farmhouse, barn, and other farm buildings can be seen in the background. There are two dogs in the field with the men. Telegraph...
Rodeos; Horses; Cowboys; Pendleton Roundup; Bronc riding; Broncos;
Bob "Rob" Burke on a bucking horse identified as Lightfoot at the Pendleton Roundup.
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