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    Above we show a remarkable photo of a Young Wishham Woman. It was taken in 1910 by Edward S. Curtis. The picture presents a Chinook Woman in a Head-and-shoulders portrait facing right, wearing braids, shell bead choker, and abalone shell disk earrings.

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    Native American Indian woman named Wishham. She was part of the Chinookan from Washington State. Portrait By Edward Curtis in 1910.

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