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Picturing the Cayuse, Walla Walla, and Umatilla Tribes
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Rivers; Rocks; Blanket, Saddle; Blankets; Tipis; Mat; Clothing and dress; Indians of North America; Campsites; Camps; Canvas; Hats; Euro-American clothing; Indian encampments; People; Men; Horses; Horse Trappings; Coat, Jacket; Coat, Cloth; Coats; Suits (Clothing); Staffs (Sticks); Trousers; Landscape; Cowboy hats;
An outdoor view of flat, rocky ground near the Columbia River. In the background of the image is the far side of the riverbank. The expanse of land on the other side of the river is flat and open, with...
Landscape; Rivers; Water; Trees; Conifers; Photographs; Rocks;
An outside photograph of what has been identified as the Umatilla River in Oregon. The river flows between two embankments of fir trees. The right embankment contains a high density of fir trees, and the...
Landscape; Streams; Conifers; Grasses; Shrubs; Rocks; Trees;
An outside photograph of Meachem Creek in Oregon. The foreground displays a zoomed-in angle of the water that extends the entire width of the photograph. The water displays the reflection of sunlight and...
Rocks; Landscape; Rock formations;
Photograph of Elephant Rock near Gibbon, Oregon
Indians of North America; Indian beadwork; Blankets; Braids (Hairdressing); Cayuse Indians; Dress, Cloth; Housing; Indian women; Jewelry; Moccasins, Plain; Necklaces; Earrings; Tipis;
Two Cayuse Indian women wearing long cotton dresses, plain moccasins and blankets worns as shawls wrapped about their shoulders pose standing next to a tipi. They each wear round earrings and hair styled...
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,...
Rivers; Canoes; People; Paddle; Rocks; Landscape; Photographs; Water;
An outside photograph of a man and a woman in a long, wooden canoe on what has been identified as the Columbia River. The man is standing on one end of the canoe holding a paddle that appears to be dipped...
Staffs (Sticks); Suits (Clothing); Dogs; Euro-American Clothing; Landscape; Men; Rocks; Battlefields; Grande Ronde, Battle of the, Or., 1856; Cairns; Historic sites;
An elderly white man, identified as B.F. Shaw, poses in a grassy field next to a cairn, or pile of rocks. He is dressed in a three-piece woolen suit, white shirt, and knee-length overcoat. He holds a cane...
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...
Indians of North America; Indian children; Indian women; Girls; Umatilla Indians; Blankets; Blanket, Pendleton; Headdresses; Feathers; Feathers, Plumes; Bags; Bag, Cornhusk; Clothing and dress; Dress, Buckskin; Fringe; Beaded; Hats; Hat, Cornhusk; Jewelry; Bracelets; Arm Bands; Arm Bands, Brass; Indian copperwork; Hairstyle; Braids (Hairdressing); Moccasins; Moccasins, Beaded-Floral; Rivers; Sluice gates; Shrubs; Trees; Rocks; Fords (Stream crossings); Water; Landscape; Sandbars;
Three Native American girls, of the Umatilla Tribe, are standing on top of the gate of a small wooden dam over a river. The young woman on the left has a pendleton blanket wrapped around herself. She is...
Men; Indians of North America; Walla Walla Indians; Regalia; Animals; Horses; Horse Trappings; Horse Gear; Rivers; Headdresses; Bonnets; Bonnet, Single Trail; Feathers; Feathers, Eagle; Leggings; Moccasins; Bridles; Hills; Water; Rocks;
An outside photograph of a Native American man, who has been identified as Uma-Som-Kin. He is dressed in full native regalia, and sitting on a horse that is standing next to a river's edge. For his headdress,...
Staffs (Sticks); Dogs; Euro-American Clothing; Landscape; Men; Rocks; Suits (Clothing); Battlefields; Grande Ronde, Battle of the, Or., 1856; Mountains; Historic sites;
An elderly white man (identified as B.F. Shaw) with a full beard poses in a grassy field, raising his left hand to his brow. He is dressed in a three-piece woolen suit, white shirt, and knee-length overcoat....
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; Indian women; Indian children; Women; Infants; Umatilla Indians; Clothing and dress; Dress, Cloth; Dress, Trade Cloth; Scarves; Handkerchiefs; Braids (Hairdressing); Cradleboards; Cradleboard, Beaded--Floral; Buckskin; Rocks; Trees; Landscape;
A Native American woman, identified as Alice Pate-wa of the Umatilla Tribe, is standing on a large rock in front of a stand of trees. She has an infant in a cradleboard strapped to her back. The woman...
Cairns; Rock formations; Landscape; Rocks; Antiquities; Rock art;
A large cairn or rock formation, identified as Witch Head, in Wishram, Washington. One of the more prominent rocks has a flat surface, with a carving of a face.
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