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Chief Napoleon Bonaparte as the Goverment named him, real name Snah-Talc Sub Chief of the Point Elliott Traty Signer. Our GG Grandfather,

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Les peuples de l'eau

Les peuples de l'eau

Skoo-Kum - Sinkiuse - 1900

Skoo-Kum - Sinkiuse - 1900

Standing Two-Oto, Winnebago

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

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

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 people, those of high status within the hierarchical society

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).

NEZ PERCE This website offers additional background information related to the Nez Perce Tribe.

Fact sheet for the Nez Perce tribe - perfect for studying Kaya.

Everett photographer Norman Edson made this picture of himself with two Tulalip elders in 1905.

Photographers caught Tulalip culture of early-20th century

Everett photographer Norman Edson made this picture of himself with two Tulalip elders in

Gitksan man, known as Sam'adi'.k laxsk'L'ik standing next to unidentified woman, Kitwanga, British Columbia, 1910 :: American Indians of the Pacific Northwest

Sam'adi'k laxsk'L'ik and his wife at Kitwanga village, British Columbia - 1910

Chapter 30: Mapuches Año 1907. The tribe Pire and her sister Huilen were from.

Chapter Mapuches Año The tribe Pire and her sister Huilen were from.

Mattie, daughter of Chief Edward, c. 1950.  Photo: Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture

Mattie, daughter of Chief Edward, c. Photo: Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture

Resultado de imagen de selknam people

Resultado de imagen de selknam people

A wonderful face! Born about 1857, Ruth "Siastenu" Sehome Shelton was the daughter of a Clallam tribal chief (northern Washington state). She died at the age of 101.

William Shelton, Seattle, November UW Library American Indians of the Pacific Northwest Collection

c. 1900 Native American woman surrounded by Modoc and Klamath baskets. Indian art of Oregon.

1900 Native American woman surrounded by Modoc and Klamath baskets. Indian art of Oregon. people and basket. and people # Basket life #

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