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Picturing the Cayuse, Walla Walla, and Umatilla Tribes
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Shawls; Women; Men; Horses; Hats; Blankets; Moccasins, Beaded-Floral; Horse Trappings; Breastplates; Trousers; Headdresses; Chaps; Capes (Clothing); Bandannas; Applique; Martingale;
A Native American man identified as Yellow Wolf is seated on a white horse, holding a long feathered lance on his left. He is holding a feathered artifact in his right hand. He is wearing a decorated cape...
Indians of North America; Indian women; Men; Tipis; Headdresses; Headdress, Horned; Hair ornaments; Hairstyle; Bonnet, Single Trail; Bonnets; Ermines; Feathers, Eagle; Feathers; Tribal chiefs; Capes (Clothing); Clothing and dress; Necklaces; Necklace, Loop; Moccasins; Moccasins, Beaded-Floral; Moccasins, Plain; Staffs (Sticks); Hides and skins; Bag, Beaded--Geometric; Bags; Indian beadwork; Belt, Leather; Belt, Beaded; Medals; Fur; Animals; Weaving; Braids (Hairdressing); Bracelets; Umatilla Indian Reservation (Or.); Umatilla Indians; Underdress, cloth; Trousers; Dress, Buckskin; Shirts; Shirt, Cloth; Blankets; Feathers, Plumes; Regalia;
Four Native American men and a Native American woman stand in front of three tipis. The people are identified as Dr. Whirlwind, Ta-wa-Toi, Mrs. No-shirt, Chief No-shirt, and Red Elk. The men all wear horned...
Cayuse Indians; Indians of North America; Umatilla Indians; Feathers; Headdresses; Capes (Clothing); Dance Stick; Bells, Ankle-Dance; Moccasins; Men; Blankets; Leggings, Wool; Breechcloths;
A Native American man identified as Jim Guyer sits on a blanket-covered object. He wears a feather headress with a wide, decorated cloth band. Attached to the headress is a trailor that is decorated with...
Indians of North America; Clothing and dress; Belt, Leather; Cayuse Indians; Capes (Clothing); Dress, Cloth; Euro-American clothing; Hairstyle; Indian women; Scarves; Women;
A Native American woman, identified as Mrs. WheetSoot of the Cayuse tribe, sits before a backdrop. The image includes only the upper half of her body. She wears a scarf over her head and a shawl over her...
Indians of North America; Clothing and dress; Hides and skins; Indian beadwork; Blanket, Saddle; Bridles; Tribal chiefs; Capes (Clothing); Dress, Buckskin; Dress, Cloth; Indian encampments; Featherwork; Horses; Horse blankets; Indian beadwork; Men; Moccasins; Feathers; Staffs (Sticks); Horses; Tipis; Trees; Umatilla Indians; Umatilla Indian Reservation (Or.); Headdresses;
Eight Native-American men and women on horses are posing in front of trees and tipis. All but two have some sort of headdress, three men carry feather staffs. All the people have blankets wrapped around...
Indians of North America; Clothing and dress; Bag, Cornhusk; Bags; Baskets; Indian beadwork; Capes (Clothing); Hats; Dwellings; Dress, Buckskin; Ethnic costume; Textiles; Fringe; Hairstyle; Braids (Hairdressing); Indian women; People; Porches; Windows; Blanket Strip; Pottery;
A collection of items identified as "Lee Moorhouse collection of Indian costumes and artifacts" is grouped on the board-and-batten porch of a house. Flanked by two lattice-work columns, most of the items...
Priests; Tipis; Trees; Hills; Clothing and dress; Capes (Clothing); Men;
Outside photograph of a man dressed in clerical garb, standing in front of two tipis. He is wearing a long skirt overlaid with a lace skirt and a cape. He is also wearing a crucifix and a round hat with...
Headdresses; Bonnets; Blankets; Indians of North America; Men; Shrubs; Trees; Moccasins, Beaded-Floral; Shirts; Shirt, Cloth; Earrings, Shell; Earrings; Trousers; Capes (Clothing); Belts (Clothing);
A Native American man identified as Phillip Jones of the Cayuse tribe stands outdoors on a dark blanket with light geometric patterns. He is standing close to bushes and under some trees. His moccasins...
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...
Indians of North America; Cayuse Indians; Clothing and dress; Indian women; Hats; Leggings; Leggings, Women's; Blankets; Bags; Belts (Clothing); Braids (Hairdressing); Choker; Earrings; Feathers; Bracelets; Capes (Clothing); Moccasins; Necklaces; Shirt, Cloth; Women;
A young Cayuse woman named Ku-mas-sag sits outdoors in autumn or winter on a striped woolen blanket laid on the leaf-strewn ground. Her long hair is braided and she wears a hat shaped like a truncated...
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