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    Chief Garry in old age
    Creation Date: 1945
    Catalog ID: 1996.41.197
    Call Number: 1996.41.197
    A portrait of Chief Garry in old age. He wears a western jacket over a vest and bottoned to the neck plaid shirt.
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    [Chief Garry grave marker]
    Creation Date: 1945
    Catalog ID: 1996.41.140
    Call Number: 1996.41.140
    A view of the rough hewn stone grave marker for Chief Garry at Riverside Cemetery in Spokane. The engraving reads: Garry, Chief of the Spokanes. Died Jan. 12, 1892. His Life Spanned the Unfolding of the Spokane Country from the Days of Fur Traders at Spokane House to the Activities of a Modern City. Erected by the Spokane Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. 1925
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    [grave marker for Chief Garry]
    Creation Date: 1945
    Catalog ID: 1996.41.141
    Call Number: 1996.41.141
    A close view of the plaque on rough hewn stone grave marker for Chief Garry at Riverside Cemetery in Spokane, WA, 1945. The engraving reads: Garry, Chief of the Spokanes. Died Jan. 12, 1892. His Life Spanned the Unfolding of the Spokane Country from the Days of Fur Traders at Spokane House to the Activities of a Modern City. Erected by the Spokane Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. 1925
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    Recollections from the Colville Indian Agency, 1886-1889
    Creation Date: 2001
    Catalog ID: 2003.184.5
    Call Number: 979.723/G995r/2001
    134 p.; ill., ports.; 24 cm.; Includes biographical information related to Chief Skolaskin (San Poils), Chief Tonasket (Okanogans), Spokane Garry (Spokanes)
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    Spokan Garry Head Chief of the Spokan Tribe
    Creation Date: May 27, 1855
    Catalog ID: 1918.114.9.61
    Pencil sketch on paper. Portrait of a Native American man, head and shoulders view. His hair is worn long and loose. He is wearing a tam cap which appears to have a fur band around it and a button at the top. He appears to be wearing a collared shirt a possibly has a blanket over his proper right shoulder. By Gustav Sohon.
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    Idl-mhus-spek-ha-ny Chief of the Spokan Indians
    Creation Date: Jul. 3, 1855
    Catalog ID: 1918.114.9.62
    Pencil sketch on paper. Portrait of a Native American man, head and shoulders view. He has a tuft of bangs on his forehead. He has a very sparse goatee. He appears to be wearing a collared shirt. By Gustav Sohon.