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Picturing the Cayuse, Walla Walla, and Umatilla Tribes
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Whitman Massacre, 1847; Weapons; War Club; Tomahawks; Daggers and swords; Scabbards; Oregon Historical Society; Axes; Antiquities;
Relics from the Whitman Massacre, 1847 in the collection of the Oregon Historical Society are shown mounted on a wall and displayed on a table. The relics include two Native American tomahawks, a Native...
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,...
Men; Euro-American clothing; European Americans; Antiquities; Flags; Rifles; Deer; Tables; Chairs; Hand drums; Headdresses; Indian art; Light fixtures; Neckties; Regalia; Daggers and swords; Trousers; Vest, Cloth; Coats; Blankets;
An interior photograph of a European-American man, identified as Lee Moorhouse, standing in a room filled with Native American ceremonial objects and general artifacts. The man is holding a rifle in his...
Indian beadwork; Blankets; Blanket, Pendleton; Braids (Hairdressing); Earrings; Wool fabrics; Hair Ties; Hair ornaments; Indians of North America; Leggings, Buckskin; Men; Moccasins; Necklaces; Pendleton Woolen Mills, Inc.; Tables; Textiles; Warehouses;
A Native American man poses inside a large warehouse of Pendleton woolen blankets. The background is floor-to-ceiling shelves of folded Native American style Pendleton woolen blankets; some blankets are...
Children; Women; Desks; Tables; Chairs; Indian children; Indians of North America; School children; Teachers; Clothing and dress; Schools; Blackboards;
A group of children, identified as pupils at the Umatilla Indian School, are in a classroom. Most of the children are seated. Three Native American children are standing atop a table at the back of the...
Antiquities; Clothing and dress; Regalia; Headdresses; Bags; Moccasins; Blankets; Exhibitions;
A view of an exhibit of Native American clothing and artifacts identified as belonging to Major Lee Moorhouse. The exhibit includes blankets, regalia, feathered headdresses, buckskin clothing, bags and...
Weapons; Rifles; Antlers; Relics; Antiquities; Powderhorns; Axes; Bowls (Tableware); Whitman Massacre, 1847;
Depicts relics from the Whitman massacre housed at the Oregon Historical Society are displayed in a room through a wooden doorway. A set of antlers adorn the top of the door. Relics include hatchets, rifles,...
Men; Euro-American clothing; European Americans; Books; Papers; Stoves; Photographs; Hats; Tables; Chairs; Antiquities;
An interior photograph of two men sitting in a room with a stove in the foreground. The men are seated in chairs, with the man on the left side of the photograph holding a book in his left hand. The men...
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...
Antiquities; Arrows; Bags; Bag, Beaded; Bag, Beaded--Geometric; Baskets; Beaded; Blankets; Blanket, Pendleton; Bow (Archery); Breastplates; Bridles; Bridle, Beaded; Buckskin; Canopies; Canvas; Capes (Clothing); Clothing and dress; Cradleboards; Cradleboard, Beaded--Floral; Decorations; Dress, Buckskin; Ethnic costume; Feathers; Featherwork; Figurines; Floral; Floral decorations; Fringe; Fur; Furniture; Gloves; Gloves, Beaded Gauntlet; Headdresses; Hides and skins; Indian art; Indian beadwork; Jewelry; Leather goods; Moccasins; Moccasins, Beaded-Geometric; Necklaces; Photographs; Quiver; Robes; Saddles; Shirts; Shirt, Buckskin; Shirt, Buckskin--Beaded; Tables; Textiles; Tomahawks; Weapons; Weaving;
A wood-framed structure, covered with a striped tent cloth, appears to have three wooden walls and a wooden floor. From the open side, one can see that the tent structure is filled with an assortment of...
Men; Hats; Wool fabrics; Coats; Coat, Jacket; Shirts; Shirt, Cloth; Tents; Tipis; Canvas; Desks; Mustaches; Eyeglasses; Hairstyle; Bags; Trees; Blankets; Knives; Money; Documents; Pails; Conifers;
A white man wearing a dark felt hat, wool jacket, white shirt, and dark pants sits under a striped tipi-style canvas tent behind a wooden packing box that is serving him as a desk. The man has been identified...
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