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Picturing the Cayuse, Walla Walla, and Umatilla Tribes
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Arrowheads are displayed in ten boxes. The arrowheads, of various sizes and shapes, are arranged in geometric designs within the boxes.
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....
Antiquities; Bags; Baskets; Indian beadwork; Clothing and dress; Regalia; Dress, Buckskin; Belts (Clothing); Bandoleer; Bandoleer, Hairbone; Leggings; Leggings, Buckskin; Photographs; Blankets; Weapons; Tomahawks; Quiver; Arrows; Gloves;
A collection of Native American clothing, weapons, and artifacts identified as belonging to Major Lee Moorhouse. The collection includes regalia, buckskin leggings, a buckskin dresses, a quiver of arrows,...
Antiquities; Baskets; Antlers; Indian beadwork; Decorations; Textiles; Indian art; Leather goods; Arrows; Bags; Bag, Beaded; Bag, Beaded--Geometric; Beaded; Beads; Bow (Archery); Canoes; Dentalium; Drums; Fringe; Hand drums; Pistols; Interiors; Jewelry; Mat; Necklaces; Quiver; Shell beads; Shell jewelry; Shells; Weapons; Ropes; Nets; Wood carvings; Wooden spoons; Implements, utensils, etc.; Furniture; Miniature objects;
A corner area of an interior room is covered with a net, from which is strung an assortment of Native American artifacts and decorations. There are baskets in many shapes and sizes; bags, woven and beaded;...
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...
Antiquities; Relics; Tomahawks; Axes; Indian beadwork; Indians of North America; Oregon Historical Society; Whitman Massacre, 1847;
A Native American tomahawk from the collection of relics of the Whitman massacre, 1847, in the Oregon Historical Society is shown against a dark background. The tomahawk has a wooden handle with ornaments...
Antiquities; Relics; Weapons; Axes; Tomahawks; Whitman Massacre, 1847; Indian beadwork; Oregon Historical Society;
A Native American tomahawk from the collection of relics of the Whitman massacre, 1847 in the Oregon Historical Society is shown against a dark background. The tomahawk has a wooden handle with ornaments...
Axes; Pipe, Hatchet Style; Weapons; Whitman Massacre, 1847; Tomahawks; Oregon Historical Society;
Two pipe hatchets displayed on cloth background. Hatchet on left has heart-shaped cutout on diamond-shaped blade with two curved decorations near handle. Incised decorations on blade and handle. Hatchet...
Baskets; Women; Antiquities; Indian art; Clothing and dress; European Americans; Indian beadwork;
A woman wearing Native American clothing stands behind a collection of Native American baskets identified as belonging to Lee Moorhouse. Some of the baskets are beaded and many have geometric patterns...
Blankets; Men; Moccasins; Braids (Hairdressing); Warehouses; Indians of North America; Blanket, Pendleton; Wool industry; Wool fabrics; Pendleton Woolen Mills, Inc.;
An interior photograph of a man standing in front of shelves of Pendleton blankets. The man has long braids and is wearing moccasins.
Cayuse Indians; Braids (Hairdressing); Blanket, Pendleton; Indians of North America; Men;
A Native American man, identified as Victor William, sits in front of a plain cloth backdrop. His head is turned to the left. He wears only a blanket over his shoulder and wrapped around his torso. His...
Cayuse Indians; Indians of North America; Blankets; Headdresses; Arm Bands, Beaded; Bells, Ankle-Dance; Feathers; Clothing and dress; Dance Stick; Feathers, Eagle; Vest, Cloth; Vests; Sashes (Costume);
Native American Jim Guyer seated and wearing regalia. He is wearing a feathered headdress with trailor with feather decorations; ankle bells; beaded and feathered armband; decorated European-styled vest...
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...
Children; Schools; Books; Desks; Women; School children; Teachers; Indians of North America; Indian children;
A group of Native American children, identified as pupils at the Umatilla Indian School, are seated at desks in a classroom. Each child is looking at an open book. A female teacher is looking on from the...
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...
Clothing and dress; Euro-American clothing; European Americans; Rings; Eyeglasses; Umatilla Indian Reservation (Or.); Women;
A portait of a white couple sitting on chairs in front of a large map of the Umatilla Indian Reservation. The man wears a suit; the woman wears a light-colored dress and eyglasses. Both wear a wedding...
Cradleboard, Beaded--Floral; Photographs; Daggers and swords; Dogs; Harnesses; Hats; Knives; Feathers; Coat, Buckskin; Headdresses; Bag, Beaded; Hides and skins; Moccasins, Beaded-Floral; Moccasins, Beaded-Floral; Saddles; Sashes (Costume); Necklaces; Dress, Buckskin; Bow (Archery); Necklaces; ; Axes; Tomahawks; Baskets; Men; Horse Trappings; Indian women; Bugles; Helmets; Shields;
Two Native American women are posed in front of a display of Native American artifacts. One woman is standing, the other kneels. The standing woman is wearing beaded moccasins. She is holdings a tomahawk...
Earrings; Necklaces; Indians of North America; Men; Looms; Textile machinery; Textiles; Blanket, Pendleton; Weaving; Commerce; Pendleton Woolen Mills, Inc.; Textile mill workers; Light fixtures;
Native American man working at a belt driven loom. The man is wearing earrings and a necklace that has many strands. He is not wearing a shirt. Behind him on the wall is a blanket with wide stripes. The...
Girls; Tables; Schools; Women; Students; Teachers; Indians of North America; Indian children;
Four Native American girls and a female instructor are standing by dining tables. The group is identified as a class in domestic science at the Umatilla Indian School.
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...
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