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Tribal Peoples

Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 194 Collections and/or Records:

Penyuiksuik, a typical Ipanee (Old) Eskimo. Kivalina north. Sititng on ground using fire-bow. [see note], 1924

 Item — Photo box 11: Series 10. [Barcode: 35025041841467]
Identifier: PH001_1211

One of the best hunters of the North. He knew how and where to set the nets under the ice for the seal. He knew how to trap the fox and lynx. He knows how to hold the fire drill-he is showing in this. I gave a prize for the man who first could get fire wi

Dates: 1924

Railroad bridge across Snake River at Ainsworth. Indian camp along river, with dugout canoe in foreground. Train crossing bridge., 1897 c

 Item — Photo box 5: Series 10. [Barcode: 35025041841400]
Identifier: PH001_0640

Ainsworth - named for Portland man [transportation mogul J.C. Ainsworth] - Just above the mouth of the Snake River where it enters the Columbia

Dates: 1897 c

Robert Parker, son of Capt. George Parker, New Bedford Whaler; Robert James Ikkok, son of Angushak of Wainwright area., 1925

 Item — Photo box 1: Series 10. [Barcode: 35025041841368]
Identifier: PH001_0164b

Taken at Seattle, WA. These two boys, one of them had been with the Expeditionary forces in Europe. The other had kept reindeer on top floor of a department store in Philadelphia-lived with me the winter of 1925-6 at Seattle and(///) better lodgers, guest

Dates: 1925