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    • Photograph of Mourning Dove

    • c. 1915
    • Studio portrait of Mourning Dove who is one of the first Native American women authors. She is wearing traditional Native American attire along with several pieces of intricate beadwork. In her left hand, she is apparently holiding a whip. Also,...
    • The North American Indian, 1925-10-16

    • 1925-10-16
    • The North American Indian (also published as The American Indian, The North American Indian Weekly, and The Real American) was a newspaper published in northwestern Washington state by Philip Hugh Howell from 1922 into 1927. It dealt primarily...
    • The Real American, 1925-04-24

    • 1925-04-24
    • The Real American (also published as The American Indian, The North American Indian, and The North American Indian Weekly) was a newspaper published in northwestern Washington state by Philip Hugh Howell from 1922 into 1927. It dealt primarily...
    • Custer's Battlefield

    • 1932-09-11
    • Site of the Battle of Little Big Horn, which took place in 1876 between the U.S. Army and the Lakota-Northern Cheyenne, and which is also known as Custer's Last Stand. Native Americans refer to it as the Battle of A view of the site of the Battle...
    • Eagle Roaring

    • 1908
    • 1908Photograph of Eagle Roaring, a Nez Perce warrior who fought in the Nez Perce Wars in 1877. Known to white people as George Comedown, Eagle Roaring belonged to the group of Nez Perce traditionalists who actively shared their cultural knowledge...
    • View across the Custer Battlefield

    • 1932
    • Looking across the Custer battlefield from a southeasternly direction. The Battle of Little Big Horn was also known as Custer's Last Stand, and by the Native Americans it is referred to as the Battle of Greasy Grass Creek. This was a battle...
    • The Real American, 1925-03-06

    • 1925-03-06
    • The Real American (also published as The American Indian, The North American Indian, and The North American Indian Weekly) was a newspaper published in northwestern Washington state by Philip Hugh Howell from 1922 into 1927. It dealt primarily...
    • Custer's Battlefield

    • 1932-09-11
    • Site of the Battle of Little Big Horn, which took place in 1876 between the U.S. Army and the Lakota-Northern Cheyenne, and which is also known as Custer's Last Stand. Native Americans refer to it as the Battle of A view of the site of the Battle...
    • Irrigation Flume

    • 1915
    • Photograph of Louis Mann standing by his flume that was used to irrigate his land in 1915. It is now dried-up because the government diverted the water. Louis Mann was a full-blooded Yakama Indian. He was educated at a Catholic school and became...
    • The North American Indian, 1925-10-09

    • 1925-10-09
    • The North American Indian (also published as The American Indian, The North American Indian Weekly, and The Real American) was a newspaper published in northwestern Washington state by Philip Hugh Howell from 1922 into 1927. It dealt primarily...
    • The Real American, 1925-05-08

    • 1925-05-08
    • The Real American (also published as The American Indian, The North American Indian, and The North American Indian Weekly) was a newspaper published in northwestern Washington state by Philip Hugh Howell from 1922 into 1927. It dealt primarily...
    • Many Wounds & Wottolen

    • 1926
    • Wottolen, a veteran warrior is seated next to his oldest son, Many Wounds who is standing. Father and son are posing in a natural setting. Wottolen and Many Wounds are wearing modern attire. However, Many Wound is wearing a necklace composed of...
    • Irrigation system

    • 1917-05
    • A Yakama Indian named Louis Mann sitting on a log pumping water into his garden that was once fertile but now is barren. Louis Mann was a full-blooded Yakama Indian, he was well educated at a Catholic school and became the Corresponding Secretary...
    • The Real American, 1925-03-13

    • 1925-03-13
    • The Real American (also published as The American Indian, The North American Indian, and The North American Indian Weekly) was a newspaper published in northwestern Washington state by Philip Hugh Howell from 1922 into 1927. It dealt primarily...
    • Loynes, Charles N.

    • 1880
    • Charles N. Loynes sits for a portrait. He was a Sergeant Co. I. and a member of Company K, Seventh US Infantry. He was also a Drum Major Regimental Band in Fort Snelling. Born July 1853 in Massachusetts, he was, according to note on photograph, one...
    • The American Indian, 1927-01-14

    • 1927-01-14
    • The American Indian (also published as The North American Indian, The North American Indian Weekly, and The Real American) was a newspaper published in northwestern Washington state by Philip Hugh Howell from 1922 into 1927. It dealt primarily...
    • Tipi drawing

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    • Tipi used by L.V. McWhorter when visiting Chief Peo-Peo Tholekt. The painting on the tipi was done by the chief, and represents Sitting Bull presenting the peace pipe to him on his arrival in Sitting Bull's Canadian camp after escaping from the...
    • The Real American, 1925-03-20

    • 1925-03-20
    • The Real American (also published as The American Indian, The North American Indian, and The North American Indian Weekly) was a newspaper published in northwestern Washington state by Philip Hugh Howell from 1922 into 1927. It dealt primarily...

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