The Oto belong to the great Siouan linguistic family and originally formed, with other tribes, a part of the Winnebago. The typical ceremonial head-dress of the Oto of the present time is shown here and in the nest three plates.
Sinkiuse-Columbia chief Moses, his nephew Chil-Lee-Leet-Sah and two other delegates sent to petition President Hayes, Washington, ca. 1879 :: American Indians of the Pacific Northwest -- Image Portion
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Chief Charles Jules cont. - In 1935 Sister Mary Louise (Nellie Sullivan) interviewed Charles Jules for a master’s thesis she was writing about Father Eugene Casimir Chirouse. According to Jules, the priest arrived on the reservation in 1857 and, through an interpreter, asked permission of Snohomish chief Ns’ski-oos to live among them. HistoryLink.org
Tsimshian woman and her daughter in Metlakatla, Alaska - circa 1900 (picasaweb). Tsimshian high class individuals Their society included different classes: nobles, commoners, and slaves (acquired through War or purchase).
Fact sheet for the Nez Perce tribe - perfect for studying Kaya.
Photographers caught Tulalip culture of early-20th century
Everett photographer Norman Edson made this picture of himself with two Tulalip elders in
Sam'adi'k laxsk'L'ik and his wife at Kitwanga village, British Columbia - 1910
Chapter Mapuches Año The tribe Pire and her sister Huilen were from.
Mattie, daughter of Chief Edward, c. Photo: Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture
Resultado de imagen de selknam people
William Shelton, Seattle, November UW Library American Indians of the Pacific Northwest Collection