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    Storypole legends: translated and retold by Chief Martin S. Sampson
    Creation Date: ca. 1968
    Catalog ID: 1999.141.4.2
    Call Number: 970.6/M429st/1996
    119 p.; ill.; 22 cm.
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    The Tulalip Bulletin
    Creation Date: 1917
    Catalog ID: 2003.188.102
    Call Number: EPH-B/970.3/T82t/1917-2
    4 p.; Vol I, no. 11 (February 1917). Contains news of the Tulalip School and nearby reservations, including the Tulallip, Lummi, and Swinomish. Article 'Caution regarding measles." Ephemera
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    Handwritten on back: Tulalip Shaker Church, Tulalip Indian Reservation, Approximately 50 yrs ago. Louise Ledford. Wayne Williams. Maria Moses
    Creation Date: ca. 1930
    Catalog ID: 1996.64.2.7
    Call Number: 1996.64.2.7
    Exterior view of a frame church with a bell tower over the entrance door.
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    Letters to Edwin Eells from Office of Indian Affairs
    Creation Date: 1882
    Catalog ID: 1923.5.15
    Call Number: Eells Box 3, Folder 16A
    Document consisting of handwritten copies of 8 letters sent to Edwin Eells at the Skokomish Agency. Document has been bound together with thread. The letters deals with various administrative concerns, salaries and types of employees, appointments, use of government issued cattle, accounting, etc.
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    [Chief William Shelton, Tulalip]
    Creation Date: ca. 1925
    Catalog ID: 2015.33.1.12
    Call Number: 2015.33.1.12
    Black and white close, full length photographic image of William Shelton (1868-1938), a Tulalip man, taken in an unknown location, ca. 1925. He is wearing a feather headdress and moccasins. He has a trade blanket wrapped around his shoulders and torso. He is leaning against a canoe and standing beside a tipi, which is only partially visible.
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    [Studio portrait of Chief Napoleon]
    Creation Date: ca 1865
    Catalog ID: 1934.22.16
    Call Number: 1934.22.16
    Studio portrait of Chief Napoleon, head chief of the Tulalip Indians. Hilman Jones Collection
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    The Tulalip Bulletin
    Creation Date: 1917
    Catalog ID: 2003.188.104
    Call Number: EPH-B/970.3/T82t/1917-3
    4 p.; Vol I, no. 12 (March 1917)
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    The Journey, [commemorative blanket]
    Creation Date: 2011
    Catalog ID: 2011.1.46
    Commemorative blanket titled "The Journey", made to commemorate the opening of the Hilbulb Cultural Center & Natural History Preserve, Tulalip, WA, 2011. Rectangular blanket made in United States in limited edition series no. 198/500 by Pendleton Woolen Mills. Artist is James Madison. Blanket made of 82% pure wool and 18% cotton (warps). One side is predominantly dark blue with illustration of standing figures holding canoe paddles upright in canoe, with tan/yellow and blue/white striping above indicating land and sky. Either end decorated with red on black swirl design. Edges edged with black wool trim machine stitched into place. Opposite side is predominantly white but shows some of the design on the front side. Manufacturer's label and leather label stitched in place on one corner of front side. Rectangular product box made of brown cardboard with blue band that extends across lid and sides with information about manufacturer. Lid folds down and fits into place.
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    [Tulalip Student Nurses and Dr. Charles M. Buchanan]
    Creation Date: ca. 1909
    Catalog ID: 2013.154.1.6
    Call Number: 2013.154.1.6
    Black and white, close photographic image of a woman wearing a graduate nurse uniform, and probably Dr. Charles M. Buchanan, wearing a short white coat, standing in the rear behind 6 Tulalip women who are student nurses. They are posing on the steps of a building, possibly near the Tulalip Indian Reservation, Snohomish County, WA, ca. 1909. All the women appear to be wearing identical nursing caps. Two of the student nurses hold a pennant with the word: Tulalip. Dr. Buchanan was the first superintendent of the Tulalip tribes.
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    "William and Katy"
    Creation Date: ca. 1910
    Catalog ID: 1987.6.10.2.4
    Call Number: Photo Lot 163, Album 1, p. 2
    photographic print in album, Native American man and woman (identified as "William and Katy") pose next canoe, at unknown forested beach location in the Hood Canal or Puget Sound area, undated, ca. 1910. Location may be a summer hunting/fishing camp near the Tulalip Indian Reservation, Snohomish County, Wa. A canvas tent and tent and another canoe are visible in the background.