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  • Title: Indian
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    • The American Indian, 1925-08-21

    • 1925-08-21
    • 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...
    • The North American Indian, 1926-02-26

    • 1926-02-26
    • 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 North American Indian, 1925-12-19

    • 1925-12-19
    • 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 North American Indian, 1926-03-05

    • 1926-03-05
    • 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 North American Indian, 1925-09-25

    • 1925-09-25
    • 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 North American Indian 1925-12-11

    • 1925-12-11
    • The year in this issue is misprinted as 1923; this is actually from 1925. 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...
    • 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 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 North American Indian, 1925-12-26

    • 1925-12-26
    • 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 North American Indian, 1925-09-18

    • 1925-09-18
    • 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 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...
    • Old Indian Weapons

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    • 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.
    • Dining room at a Indian village

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    • A group of Yakama having breakfast. At the center of the group is Kate and Caesar Williams. Williams served his tribe as policeman. Part of his duties was taking care of the tribal elders by hunting for them and supplementing their food...
    • Mounted Yakama Indian horseback

    • 1925-05
    • Yakama Hunter mounted on horseback. The hunt was for the ""Feast of New Food"" this Feast is an annual ceremony of invocation and thanksgiving to Me-yáy'-wah, the Supreme being. Notes on the back of photograph: " this hunt is for the annual "Feast...

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