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CultureWatch Northwest: Ancient Images: Deschutes River Rock Art VideoThe view from this small Oregon rock shelter is gorgeous...coupled with its spiritual energy it must have inspired hundreds of generations of visitors as they sought its power. Located above the fast flowing Deschutes River (a tributary of the Columbia) in central Oregon, the shallow cave is filled with rock art, mostly red or white pictographs.
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1913 Curtis photo of a young Quinault Indian maiden, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front, wearing shell ornaments.
Shell Ornaments, Quinault by Edward Curtis 1913
You are looking at an intriguing picture of an Native American Girl Wearing Shell Ornaments. It was taken in 1913 by Edward S. Curtis. The picture presents a Young Indian Child, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front, wearing shell ornaments. We have created this collection of pictures primarily to serve as an easy to access educational tool. Contact email@example.com.
E Curtis photo of an Indian Girl Wearing Shell Ornaments. Photo by Dana B. ChasIt was taken in 1913 by Edward S. Curtis. The picture presents a Young Indian Child, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front, wearing shell ornaments. We have created this collection of pictures primarily to serve as an easy to access educational tool. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition Online
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Yakima Boy,1910. Edward Sheriff Curtis Photography.
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Chudups John and others in a canoe on Lake Union, Seattle, ca. 1885
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Cheslahud (aka Lake John Cheshiahud, aka Chodups John) and two other Duwamish men - 1885
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Princess Angeline with painting of Snoqualmie Falls, Seattle, 1890
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Princess Angeline; dauhter of Chief Seattle, 1890. Photo : Edwin Baley
Princess Angeline the eldest daughter of Chief Seattle, seated with a painting of Snoqualmie Falls, Seattle, 1890
Princess Angeline, daughter of Chief Seattle, 1890. Photo: Edwin Bailey
Angeline, daughter of Chief Seattle, ca. 1893.
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Princess Angeline, daughter of Chief Seattle. Born 1820 in what is now Rainier Beach. After the 1855 treaty that kicked all Native Americans out of Seattle, Angeline remained in a small waterfront cabin on Western Avenue, near what is now the Pike Place Market, selling handwoven baskets at Ye Olde Curiosity Shop. #HistorySerendipity #history #Native #American #Indians
Angeline, daughter of Chief Seattle, ca. 1893, UW Library American Indians of the Pacific Northwest Collection
Angeline, daughter of Chief Seattle, at home, Seattle, Washington, ca. 1890
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Angeline, daughter of Chief Seattle, at home, Seattle, Washington, ca. 1890.
Princess Angeline House on the Seattle Waterfront
Princess Angeline, daughter of Chief Seattle at home (near the foot of Pike street) in 1890, photo courtesy University of Washington Library
Suquamish/Duwamish woman known as Janey Davis, Old Man House, Port Madison Indian Reservation, Washington, July 4, 1904.
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Suquamish/Duwamish woman known as Janey Davis, Old Man House, Port Madison Indian Reservation, Washington, July 4, 1904. :: American Indians of the Pacific Northwest -- Edmond Meany collection UW. Caption in album: Janey, daughter of Old Indian John of Lake Union, Old Man House.
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"Indian Gamble Game [copyrighted] Stakes $3,500.00 Renton 1894” This 1894 S'Lahal tournament at Chief Moses' homestead in present-day Renton was so important to the Duwamish Tribe that they paid a professional photographer to record it. The grand prize was $3,500 in cash, a small fortune in those days. It is said that Dr. Jack of Cedar River and other Duwamish Healers contributed their efforts After 3 days of "Bone Game", the Duwamish Tribe and their Puyallup Tribe guests were tied. It was declared a "draw". Gifts were exchanged with great ceremony and all parted with their S'Lahal prestige intact. (Copyright Thomas R. Speer)
"Indian Gamble Game. Stakes $3,500 Renton 1894”. The S'Lahal tournament at Chief Moses' homestead was so important to the Duwamish Tribe they paid a photographer to record it. Grand prize $3,500, a small fortune. It is said that Dr. Jack of Cedar River and other Duwamish Healers contributed their efforts After 3 days of "Bone Game", the Duwamish Tribe and Puyallup Tribe guests were in a "draw". Gifts were exchanged with ceremony. All parted with S'Lahal prestige intact. (Copyright T. R. Speer)
(Duwamish?) Indian canoes, Seattle, c 1892
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Native canoes at the foot of Washington St in downtown. 1891 photo, UW special collections.
Duwamish tribe on Elliott Bay
Edward Curtis' "The Clam Digger" (pictured is Princess Angeline)
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...To pray and work in the morning and to labor in meditation in the evening when night falls upon that land and when the silence fills itself with darkness and with stars. This is a true and special vocation. There are few who are willing to belong completely to such silence, to let it soak into their bones, to breathe nothing but silence, to feed on silence, and to turn the very substance of their life into a living and vigilant silence. —Thomas Merton Photo: Edward Sheriff Curtis
Clam digger, 1900. Photogravure. Curtis Caption: "Clams are an important tool to hose who live in the vicinity of the clam beds; to others they are a comparative luxury obtained by barter. The implement of the digger is a wooden dibble."
1913 photo of a Coast Salish or Chinook Indian woman with her canoe and clam digging basket. Native American Oregon and Washington
Edward S. Curtis' "The Mussel Gatherer" (pictured is Princess Angeline)