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Yakama two women sit with a child on each of their laps. Around them are placed pelts, baskets and beadwork. They wear a headband or scarf and decorated blouses.

Kiowa boy in native dress  of fringed buckskin standing  on a bentwood chair. Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma Libraries, Irwin Brothers Studio Collection, Native American Photos

Kiowa boy in native dress of fringed buckskin standing on a bentwood chair. Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma Libraries, Irwin Brothers Studio Collection, Native American Photos

1909 Chinook Indian child near Celilo Falls (Columbia River) Wishram village  photo: Edward S. Curtis Native American basketry (basket) hat and beadwork. Oregon and Washington

1909 Chinook Native American child near Celilo Falls (Columbia River) Wishram village photo: Edward S. Curtis Native American basketry (basket) hat and beadwork. Oregon and Washington

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This web page includes an unusual photograph of Cause Woman, and a nice collection of historic photos.

View of a Native American Flathead (Salish) woman, identified as Mrs. Loma, and her infant child - Stone - 1907

Peter Magpie, a Native American man on the Flathead Indian Reservation in western Montana - Boos -

Yakama Squaw with Her Papoose (Carpenter Collection - Library of Congress)

Official Website of the Yakama Nation more formally known as The Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation. Includes Yakama Nation Tribal Council, Yakama Nation Programs, Yakama Nation Enterprises, Yakama History and the Treaty of

littlepennydreadful: “ thebigkelu: “Unidentified Native American Pueblo girl - Kohlberg & Hopkins ” this is such as sad photo… ”