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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...
    • Chief Joseph

    • ca. 1870's
    • Studio portrait of Chief Joseph, who is wearing a long sleeve shirt, necklace, and traditional Nez Perce hairstyle. The background appears to be a neutral canvas. On verso of photograph: “Father liked this picture" (unidentified source) and an...
    • 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...
    • Old Indian Weapons

    • unknown
    • Photograph of Indian Weapons hanging on a wooden door. Several of the weapons are feathered and long. Also, they are sharp. The weapons primarily consist of bows, arrows, and knives.
    • 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...
    • Mourning Dove posing on a Bench

    • ca. 1916
    • Studio portrait of Mourning Dove, who is one of the first Native American women authors. She is wearing a traditional Native American dress and a long intricate necklace and is sitting on a bench draped with a dark cloth. In her right hand, she...
    • 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...
    • Highest Point At White Bird

    • 4/19/1905
    • As Capt. Perry's forces descended into this draw 6 Nez Perce approached Lieutenant Edward Theller with a white flag. The Lieutenant then had his accompanying bugler inform Capt. Perry of the sighting. Theller's scout, Ad Chapman, fired twice at...

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