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    • 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...
    • Side profile of Peo Peo Tholekt

    • ca. 1880
    • This image is a side-profile of the Peo Peo Tholekt wearing a wool coat, which is fringed along the shoulder. On the front of his chest, a star is pinned to his shirt. On verso of photograph, an unidentified source wrote " Chief Peo Peo Tholekt (...
    • Many Wounds & Black Feather

    • ca. 1900
    • Nez Perce Chiefs, Many Wounds and Black Feather are wearing ceremonial dress which is decorated with intricate beadwork. Black feather is wearing a headdress which is decorated with horns and feathers. This image appears to be taken at a fair...
    • Mourning Dove

    • 1916
    • Studio Portrait of Mourning Dove, a Colville tribal member wearing Native American attire. A long necklace has been draped over her neck and hangs below her knees. Mourning Dove appears to be sitting on a bench. However, a rock formation has been...
    • Studio portrait of Mourning  Dove

    • ca. 1916
    • Studio portriait of Mourning Dove, a Colville tribal member who is sitting in front of a neutral background. She is wearing a traditional Native American dress and a necklace which hangs below her knees. The edges of the image are worn probably due...
    • Studio Portrait of John Minthon

    • Unknown
    • Studio portrait of John Minthorn wearing a long plaid tunic over his breech cloth and leggings. His Nez Perce name was Wetyetmas Worhyakt (Swan Necklace). A piece of paper accompanying this image stated that "He (Swan Necklace) joined two...
    • Looking Down into White Bird (1932)

    • 1932-11-17
    • Image of White Bird canyon as it approaches the Salmon River. After Gen. Howard "showed the rifle" and several settlers had been killed. The Nez Perce and their allies sought refuge at White Bird canyon, the ancient Nez Perce stronghold...
    • Photograph of Mourning Dove

    • Unkwnown
    • Photograph of Mourning Dove who is one of the first Native American women authors. This image was taken in the author's later years. She is wearing traditional Native American apparel and holding a woven basket. She is known for her novel " Cogewea...

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