On behalf of their mother and themselves, Peggy and Charles Law, settle a claim against the Riverview Cemetery Association, Lone Fir Cemetery, and the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association, for the wrongful disinterment of their father Law Way Ting (also known as Law Gun).
The picture is of a Nez Perces woman. As this picture was taken a number of years ago, it is quite possible that she was a baby, or papoose, when Lewis and Clark passed through the Columbia river region. 11. Note that the woman is weaving a Nez Perces basket. The materials, especially the corn husks are plainly seen. It is interesting to read in Jefferson's instructions to Lewis and Clark regarding how they should meet and treat the Indians on their trip that he refers to them as people and nations - not as barians or savages. Lewis and Clark gained the friendship of the Indians all along the route.