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Picturing the Cayuse, Walla Walla, and Umatilla Tribes
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Hills; Campsites; Camps; Wagons; Canvas; Cloth; Tipis; Women; Indian women; Indians of North America; People; Indian encampments; Blankets; Clothing and dress; Dress, Trade Cloth; Dwellings; Braids (Hairdressing); Jewelry; Bowls (Tableware); Umatilla Indians; Rivers; Mountains; Blanket, Pendleton; Dress, Cloth; Earrings, Shell; Landscape; Staffs (Sticks); Buckskin; Bags; Bag, Storage; Eels; Fish drying; Food drying; Eels--Drying;
A view of what has been identified as the camp of Billy Barnhart, on the bluffs above the Umatilla river. To the left can be seen a wagon draped with canvas or cloth. In the center of the photo stands...
Camps; Indian encampments; Indian reservations; Indians of North America; Umatilla Indians; Umatilla Indian Reservation (Or.); Tipis; Canvas; Hills; People; Horses; Wagons; Automobiles; Landscape; Shrubs;
The scene has been identified as "camps on the Umatilla Indian Reservation". About ten tipis are visible, most made of canvas. They stand on a wide plain; low hills, some with scrub and bushes, rise up...
Umatilla Indian Reservation (Or.); Tipis; Umatilla Indians; Indian encampments; Indian reservations; Camps; Shrubs; Meadows; Conifers; Trees; Railroad tracks; Railroads; Utility poles; Hills; Snow; Lakes and ponds; Streams; Fuelwood; Wagons; Landscape; Canvas;
A scene that has been identified as looking east from Thorn Hollow on the Umatilla Indian Reservation. Two tipis stand on a plain scattered with bare shrubs. In the background of the picture is a line...
Indians of North America; Walla Walla Indians; Men; Horse blankets; Horses; Horse Gear; Fur; Tipis; Horse Trappings; Headdresses; Feathers; Blankets; Shirt, Cloth; Necklaces; Sashes (Costume); Brooms and brushes; Face painting;
A Native American man, identified as Chief No-Shirt of the Walla Walla Tribe, is sitting on a horse in a grass field. An encampment, consisting of tipis, wagons, and horses, appears in the background....
Umatilla Indian Reservation (Or.); Camps; Indians of North America; Fuelwood; Tipis; Wagons; Animals; Meadows; Coat, Capote; Clothing and dress; Wagon wheels; Livestock; Indian encampments; Indian reservations;
Three tipis stand in close proximity in an open meadow. Small piles of wood are next to the tipis, and one tipi has a wagon wheel propped up against it. In between the middle and tipi on the far left stand...
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...
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...
Children; Horses; Wagons; Barns; Schools; Agricultural facilities; Croplands;
A group of adults and children, identified as instructors and pupils of the Umatilla Indian School, are performing farm work. A group of children are hanging out of a window of a barn. Six horses are yoked...
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...
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