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Picturing the Cayuse, Walla Walla, and Umatilla Tribes
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Aged persons; Men; Indians of North America; Studio props; Clothing and dress; Cloth; Trousers; Shirts; Shirt, Cloth; Scarves; Blankets;
An elderly Native American man is standing in front of a cloth backdrop. He is dressed in cloth pants and a cloth shirt, with a scarf tied around his neck. He has a striped blanket draped over his left...
Agriculture; Indian women; Indians of North America; Railroad tracks; Bags; Utility poles; Railroads; Scarves; Blankets; Wheat;
A large mound of material identified as wheat smolders on the right side of the image. A dozen people, almost all Indian women, stand or sit near the burning wheat. All wear scarves or other headcoverings....
Agriculture; Railroad tracks; Utility poles; Buildings; People; Wheat; Water towers;
At the left is a large mound of smoking material identified as wheat. A group of people stand and sit in the background, one man sits in the foreground, and a man squats near the wheat in the middle distance....
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; 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...
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; Mortars; Pestles; Blankets; Figurines; Stone carving;
A collection of stone artifacts are displayed on shelves. The collection consists of mortars, pestles, anthropomorphic figurines, and zoomorphic figurines. A blanket is hung behind the shelves.
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...
Automobiles; Houses; Trees; Hats; Scarves; Children; Men; Women; Cayuse Indians; Automobile driving; Hudson automobile; Convertible automobiles; Euro-American clothing;
Two men, two women, three children and an infant sit in a Hudson convertible automobile on a rural street. There are three houses, and some trees in the background. The Men and women are wearing Euro-American...
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; Cayuse Indians; Children; Clothing and dress; Dress, Cloth; Dwellings; Fences; Hairstyle; Indians of North America; Mountains; Shirts; Shirt, Cloth; Tipis;
Victor William of the Cayuse tribe stands in front of a tipi, gazing slightly down and to his left. He wears a collarless cloth shirt and is wrapped in a geometrically-patterned blanket which hides all...
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.
Bridges; Umatilla Indian Reservation (Or.); Streams; Cottonwood trees;
A wooden bridge with railings over a stream. In the background are trees, and a mountain range is visible in the distance. The stream has been identified as Meacham Creek.
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