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Picturing the Cayuse, Walla Walla, and Umatilla Tribes
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Indians of North America; Men; Wool fabrics; Blankets; Hairstyle;
A black and white half-length studio portrait of a Native American man identified as "Fish Hawk". He gazes off to the left of the photograph, his shoulder-length dark hair swept back from his face in loose...
Indians of North America; Indian women; Aged persons; Chairs; Buildings; Doors and doorways; Clothing and dress; Dress, Trade Cloth; Belts (Clothing); Hairstyle; Braids (Hairdressing); Necklaces; Beads; Belt, Yarn; Baskets; Weaving; Women;
A black and white photograph of an old Native American woman sitting on a wooden ladderback chair in front of the door of a wooden building. The door is shut and the doorknob and keyhole visible. The woman...
Canals; Water; Water-supply; Landscape; Shrubs; Men; Clothing and dress; Cloth; Coats; Coat, Cloth; Trousers; Hats; Irrigation;
A canal, identified as the Hinkle irrigation canal near Pendleton, Oregon, is flowing through the middle of a flat, open plain of sagebrush. There is a man standing on the edge of the right bank. He is...
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...
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; 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; 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;...
Umatilla Indian Reservation (Or.); Horses; Water; Tipis; Corrals; Indian encampments; Indian reservations;
A corral, identified as part of the Umatilla Reservation, contains two horses. A tipi is located to the right of the corral in a wooded area. A body of water is in the foreground.
Dwellings; Country life; Landscape; Fences; Meadows; Mountains; Presbyterians; Churches; Protestant churches; Presbyterian churches; Wooden churches; Roads; Dirt roads; Religious dwellings;
A dusty two-lane road leads past a small church, partially obscured by its manse, a two-story clapboard house with porches and a gambrel roof. The church, identified as Presbyterian, is two stories in...
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...
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...
Men; Indians of North America; Indian reservation police; Buildings; Trees; Trousers; Badges; Shirts; Shirt, Cloth; Clothing and dress; Coats; Coat, Jacket; Coat, Cloth; Hats; Shoes; Dogs;
A group of eight men stand in a dirt yard. A white frame wooden building is on the right of the photograph; bare trees are in the background. A badge is visible on five of the men. Seven of the men are...
Schools; Nuns; Priests; Beads; Hats; Windows; Doors and doorways; Employees; Clothing and dress; Necklaces; Women; Men; European Americans; Umatilla Indian Reservation (Or.); Wooden sidewalks; Coats;
A group of European American men and women, identified as the personnel of St. Andrews Roman Catholic Mission School of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, are standing in front of a side of a building. They...
Men; Women; Schools; Employees; Euro-American clothing; Hats; Dress, Cloth; Hairstyle; Windows; Suits (Clothing); Laborers; Chinese; Clothing and dress;
A group of men and women identified as employees of the Umatilla Indian School, are posing in front of a wooden building, possibly the schoolhouse. Two storeys of the building are visible, with two windows...
Indians of North America; Umatilla Indian Reservation (Or.); Umatilla Indians; Churches; Euro-American clothing; Scarves; Shawls; Tipis; Indian women; Men; Women; Indian children; Hats; Windows; Chimneys; Wooden churches; Presbyterian churches; Presbyterians; Children; European Americans;
A group of men, women, and children, identified as the congregation of the Indian Presbyterian Church of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, are posing in front of a church. The group includes Native American...
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...
Schools; Girls; Buildings; Indian children; Indians of North America; Clothing and dress; Uniforms; Exercise equipment & supplies;
A group of Native American girls, identified as pupils of the Umatilla Indian School, are standing outside in the yard of a large house or building, possibly the schoolhouse. Each girl is holding an exercise...
Nez Perce Indians; Umatilla Indians; Men; Women; Hats; Headdresses; Necklaces; Drums; Weapons; Axes; Shawls; Pipes (Smoking); Pipe, Hatchet Style; Hides and skins; Mountains; Trees; Dwellings; Yakama Indians;
A group of Native American men and women are gathered on a grassy plain. Some of the men are seated around a hide-covered drum. Headdresses, hats, and necklaces are worn by some of the men; they are also...
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