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    Spokane Indian Man in 4th of July costume
    Creation Date: 1895-1905
    Catalog ID: 2004.0.990
    Call Number: 2004.0.990
    man on horseback
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    Souvenir Spokane
    Creation Date: 1905
    Catalog ID: 2009.204.8
    Call Number: EPH/979.7371/Sh26so/1905
    [28]-page booklet (18x27 cm.) consisting of photographs of Spokane, WA and vicinity, 1905. Includes buildings, scenery, and local Indians. Cover in brown, black, and yellow, includes sepia portrait of Chief Joseph on front. Also engraving of Spokane Falls. Ephemera
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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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    Spokane [man]
    Creation Date: ca. 1912
    Catalog ID: 2019.3.1.49
    Call Number: 2019.3.1.49
    A Spokane man stands facing the camera. He wears a beaded vest, a choker and leggings. He holds a bow and arrow. Stephen Lunsford Collection. Frank Palmer, photographer
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    Chemakane Mission
    Creation Date: 1860
    Catalog ID: 2002.0.22.2
    Call Number: 2002.0.22.2
    View of the Tshimakain (Chemakane) Mission. Indians in the foreground stand around a structure on a platform used for food preservation. Mat lodges are to the right and mission buildings are in the background. John M. Stanley, artist; Sarony, Major and Knapp, lithographers, 1860.
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    Indian wars of the Inland Empire
    Creation Date: [1958?]
    Catalog ID: 1998.37.15
    Call Number: OVERSIZE/970.5/H912in/1958
    128 p.; ill., map, ports.; 28 cm.; Includes index
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    Spokane Indians
    Creation Date: 1903
    Catalog ID: 2019.3.1.34
    Call Number: 2019.3.1.34
    Black and white photograph taken 1903 at an unidentified location. A Native American man, woman and child pose near a lake. The man and woman stand under a tree on the left. The mean is wearing a beaded vest, beaded neckaces, a beaded belt, plaid cloth breech cloth , beaded leggings and moccasins. He is holding a bow and arrow. His hair is braided and he wears shell disk earrings. The woman wears a cloth dress with beaded yoke, bead necklaces, a beaded belt and plain leggings and moccasins. She has a plaid blanket around her shoulders and carries a beaded bag witha floral motif. Her hair is braided with fur and she wears shell disk earrings. The small child sits on the right. She wears a wing dress over a plaid shirt. There are several bead necklaces around her neck, one with a very large abalone shell pendant. Frank Palmer, photographer. Stephen Lunsford Collection
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    A Sonnet on the picture of Curly Jim
    Creation Date: ca. 1910
    Catalog ID: 2019.3.1.25B
    Call Number: 2019.3.1.25B
    Black and white photograph taken circa 1910 showing Curly Jim, a Spokane Indian. He is standing facing proper left and wears an upright feather headdress with two feathers projecting out from the back of his neck. He wears a beaded vest with leaf and star parttern over a dark shirt and pants, a pair of dark gloves, and a scarf around his neck. He holds a bow and arrow in his right hand. A sonnet by W.H. Smiley accompanies the photograph. Frank Palmer, photographer. Stephen Lunsford Collection
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    Spokane Indians
    Creation Date: ca. 1912
    Catalog ID: 2019.3.1.14
    Call Number: 2019.3.1.14
    Four Spokan people in front of a tipi, three women and one man, ca. 1912. Two women are seated on a trade blanket spread on the gorund. They are wearing wing dresses and have their hair in braids. The woman second from left has a blanket around her shoulders and wears several long bead necklaces. At the right, a man stands holding a piece of wood in one hand and a hat in the other. He has braided hair and wears a shirt, pants and a jacket. The woman next to him is tending a fire with a cooking pot and kettle on it. She wears a trade blanket and head scarf. There is someone standing inside the closest tipi with a second tipi and an uncovered tipi frame beyond it. A wagon is partially visible to the left of the center tipi. In the distance on the right there is a long low structure, possibly a house. Frank Palmer, photographer. Stephen Lunsford Collection
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    Currents and undercurrents: an administrative history of Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area, Washington
    Creation Date: 2002
    Catalog ID: 2003.1.42
    Call Number: OVERSIZE/979.732/M192c/2002
    xiii, 588 p.; ill.; 28 cm.; Includes bibliographical references (p. 543-576) and index