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    Five crows or She-ca-yah Chief of Cayuse
    Creation Date: Jun. 11, 1855
    Catalog ID: 1918.114.9.45
    Pencil sketch on paper. Portrait of a Native American man, head and shoulders view. His hair is worn long and loose with short bangs at the middle of his forehead. He is wearing a tam which appears to be wrapped with fur and has a fuzzy button at its center. His clothing is not detailed, but he appears to be wearing a collared shirt. By Gustav Sohon.
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    [S.S. Garonne Heading North to Nome, Alaska]
    Creation Date: Jun. 5 1900
    Catalog ID: C1980.47.7
    Photograph of the deck of a ship, identified as the S.S. Garonne, heading north to Nome, Alaska. A group of three men and three women is posing on the starboard passenger deck. They are identified as Captain Stanton, Captain York, Lightning Smith, and their friends. One of the men is wearing a uniform with double breasted jacket and a cap. One man is wearing a suit with a hat, and one man is wearing workers' clothes and a cap. The women are dressed in warm clothes and are all wearing tams with pompoms. In the background is the sea.
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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.