Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce  Tribe	Nez Perce  1871–1904  Born	March 3, 1840  Wallowa Valley, Oregon  Died	September 21, 1904 (aged 64)  Colville Indian Reservation

Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce Tribe Nez Perce 1871–1904 Born March 3, 1840 Wallowa Valley, Oregon Died September 21, 1904 (aged 64) Colville Indian Reservation

Poetsenmy, Nez Perce Nimiipu, Colville, Washington - Formerly Tamatsatsamy, Chief Moses' secondary wife from Lapwai, Idaho - Photo by E.H. Latham, 1906.

Poetsenmy, Nez Perce Nimiipu, Colville, Washington - Formerly Tamatsatsamy, Chief Moses' secondary wife from Lapwai, Idaho - Photo by E.H. Latham, 1906.

Nez Perce's little girls, 1906 http://traditionalnativehealing.com

Nez Perce's little girls, 1906 http://traditionalnativehealing.com

Chief Joseph and family.  “Look into Chief Joseph’s face. What was he thinking and feeling at that moment? I believe this photograph is one of the most revealing portraits in our collection. You can see great dignity, pride, intelligence, and sadness in Joseph’s face and body language as well as tension, and perhaps some anger.” - Elaine Miller

Chief Joseph and family. “Look into Chief Joseph’s face. What was he thinking and feeling at that moment? I believe this photograph is one of the most revealing portraits in our collection. You can see great dignity, pride, intelligence, and sadness in Joseph’s face and body language as well as tension, and perhaps some anger.” - Elaine Miller

Nez Perce, 1910

Nez Perce, 1910

Nez Perce Nimiipu, Colville, Washington.

Nez Perce Nimiipu, Colville, Washington.

Appaloosa: The Appaloosa is a product of the Nez Perce people. They started breeding them in the 18th century in Oregon and Idaho.

Appaloosa: The Appaloosa is a product of the Nez Perce people. They started breeding them in the 18th century in Oregon and Idaho.

Members of the Cayuse, Umatilla, Nez Perce and Walla Walla tribes are joined by Native Americans from around the Pacific Northwest in the Pendleton Roundup (36) by mharrsch, via Flickr

Members of the Cayuse, Umatilla, Nez Perce and Walla Walla tribes are joined by Native Americans from around the Pacific Northwest in the Pendleton Roundup (36) by mharrsch, via Flickr

We are all human. It makesy heart sick to think of all the good words and broken premises. Chief Joseph. Nez Perce Tribe

We are all human. It makesy heart sick to think of all the good words and broken premises. Chief Joseph. Nez Perce Tribe

Nez Perce--The Nez Perce are original people of Oregon, Washington State and Idaho. Most Nez Perce live in Idaho today.

Nez Perce--The Nez Perce are original people of Oregon, Washington State and Idaho. Most Nez Perce live in Idaho today.

Chief Joseph - Nez Perce 1903

Chief Joseph - Nez Perce 1903

Nez Perce people North America

Nez Perce people North America

Nez Perce boy, Colville Indian Reservation, Washington, ca. 1903.

Nez Perce boy, Colville Indian Reservation, Washington, ca. 1903.

You are looking at an intriguing picture of Three Eagles, a Nez Perce Warrior. It was taken in 1910 by Edward S. Curtis.

You are looking at an intriguing picture of Three Eagles, a Nez Perce Warrior. It was taken in 1910 by Edward S. Curtis.

Pendleton, Oregon Nez Perce Katie Harris. The Nez Perce Horse is a spotted horse breed of the Nez Perce tribe of Idaho. The Nez Perce Horse Registry (NPHR) program began in 1995 in Lapwai, Idaho and is based on cross-breeding the old-line Appaloosa horses (the Wallowa herd) with an ancient Central Asian breed called Akhal-Teke.

Pendleton, Oregon Nez Perce Katie Harris. The Nez Perce Horse is a spotted horse breed of the Nez Perce tribe of Idaho. The Nez Perce Horse Registry (NPHR) program began in 1995 in Lapwai, Idaho and is based on cross-breeding the old-line Appaloosa horses (the Wallowa herd) with an ancient Central Asian breed called Akhal-Teke.

Nez Perce Chief Joseph, 1901. was hard to capture because he had fast horses.  The horses were some of the original horses brought over by the Spanish.

Nez Perce Chief Joseph, 1901. was hard to capture because he had fast horses. The horses were some of the original horses brought over by the Spanish.

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