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  • Description: Native
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    • 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...
    • Cogewea (Mourning Dove)

    • 1916
    • Studio portrait of Mourning Dove, a Colville tribal member sitting in front of a nuetral background. She is wearing a traditional Native American dress and necklace which hand below her knees. This Colville Native American is one of the first...
    • 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 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...
    • Side-profile of Mourning Dove

    • ca.1915
    • Side profile of Mourning Dove who is one of the first Native American women authors. She is wearing traditional Native American attire and several pieces of jewelry. She is sitting on a bench covered with a dark cloth. She is known for her 1927...
    • 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,...
    • Portrait of Mourning Dove

    • c. 1915
    • Studio photograph 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 addition, she is apparently sitting on a rock...
    • 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...
    • Studio Portrait of Mourning Dove

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    • Studio Portrait of Mourning Dove who is one of the first Native American women authors. She is wearing traditional Native American apparel with a blanket draped over her one shoulder covering her arm. She is known for her novel, "Cogewea the...
    • Mourning Dove in Western Attire

    • ca. 1916
    • Studio portrait of Mourning Dove who is one of the first Native American women authors. She is posing in front of neutral background wearing a modern dress and her hair is in a bun. Mourning Dove was Colville tribal member. She is known for her...
    • Portrait of Mourning Dove

    • Unknown
    • Portrait of Mourning Dove who is one of the first Native American women authors. She is dressed in modern attire with her hair in a bun. She is known for her novel "Cogewea the Half-Blodd: A Depiction of the Great Montana Cattle Range: which...
    • Old Spalding Mission

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    • Three people, including two Native Americans, stand in front of the old Spalding Mission, which stood near the bank of the Clearwater at Spalding Idaho. It has since been moved and converted into a museum building
    • 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 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, 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...
    • Nez Perce Women Breaking Camp

    • 1908
    • Group of Indians packing tents and supplies on packhorses on the ranch of L.V. McWhorter. ; While traveling back to the reservation from seasonal work, as for instance during the hop harvest, L.V. McWhorter oftentimes invited groups of Native...

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