A Nez Perce girl

Umatilla woman, wearing beaded buckskin dress, shell bead necklaces, shell disk earrings, and woven grass hat

Lake man named Chief Edward. The Lake Indians call themselves Senijextee and possibly identify as the "Lahanna" of Lewis and Clark in 1805. A small tribe of Salishan stock, originally ranging along Columbia River in northeast Washington from about Kettle Falls to the British line. In 1820 Fort Colville trading post was established by the Hudson Bay Company in their country, but they remained almost unchanged until Christianized in 1846.

Lake man named Chief Edward. The Lake Indians call themselves Senijextee and possibly identify as the "Lahanna" of Lewis and Clark in

Nez Perce woman named Chica-ma-poo and known as Old Jean, the oldest member of Chief Joseph's band, Colville Indian Reservation, ca. 1901

Chica-ma-poo or Old Jean, the oldest member of Chief Joseph's Nez Perce band, Colville Indian Reservation, eastern Washington c.

Kaytennae (Warm Springs) with his wife, Gouyen (Mescalero), and their children - Apache - no date

Kaytennae - Chííhénee’ (Warm Springs Apache) Nation with his wife, Gouyen - Shis-Inday (Mescalero Apache) Nation, and their children.

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