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    Yakima chief: extra choice evaporated apples
    Creation Date: [ca. 1928]
    Catalog ID: 1996.58.27
    Call Number: EPH-A/634.11/W276y/1928
    1 label; col. ill.; 26 cm.; Portrait of Yakima chief in headdress
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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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    Teen-Agers
    Creation Date: 1964
    Catalog ID: 2001.122.19
    Call Number: 2001.122.19
    Two teen-age girls, one wearing a handkerchief on her head, the other with her back turned wearing stirrup pants and a tank top.
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    Yakima Squaws and Nez Perces Brave
    Creation Date: ca. 1901
    Catalog ID: 1994.123.34
    Call Number: 1994.123.34
    Studio portait of four Indians; three women (identified as Yakama) and one man (identified as Nez Perce). They are dressed in beautiful traditional dress with beaded bags on display at the feet of the two seated women.
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    Plains Indian parfleche designs
    Creation Date: 1931
    Catalog ID: 2000.104.12
    Call Number: PAM/572.97/Sp44p/1931
    [28] p.; ill.; 25 cm.; Purpose is to provide illustrations for previous publication (I, 1925, no. 3) in same series. U.W. Publications in Anthropology, vol. 44, no. 3, Dec. 1931).
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    [Chief Saluskin, Yakama, Yakima County]
    Creation Date: Oct. 13, 1915
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.33443
    Call Number: 1943.42.33443
    Black and white glass plate negative image portrait of Chief Saluskin, a Yakama, standing posing against a woven mat by the side of a wooden building on the Yakima Indian Reservation, Yakima County, WA, Oct. 13, 1915. He wears shell earrings, a beaded necklace, breech cloth, leggings, and moccasins. A bandolier hangs over one shoulder, with a cluster of ermine skins at the front and a porcupine quill rosette on the shoulder. An eagle feather fan is tucked into his belt. The skin on his hands appears mottled.
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    Ghost voices: Yakima Indian myths, legends, humor, and hunting stories
    Creation Date: c1992
    Catalog ID: 2001.35.4
    Call Number: 970.0497/H589g/1992
    435 p.; ill.; 21.5 cm.; Includes bibliographic references
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    59th annual Toppenish pow wow rodeo & pioneer fair: around here it's Rainier
    Creation Date: 1991
    Catalog ID: 1999.63.3.3
    Call Number: EPH-C/979.755/R135f/1991
    1 poster; col. ill.; 61 cm.; Events include: authentic Indian village, pioneer power show, Western art show, and entertainment
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    Around here, it's Rainier: 1992 Toppenish ''Pow Wow Rodeo''
    Creation Date: 1992
    Catalog ID: 1999.63.3.4
    Call Number: EPH-C/979.755/R135ar/1992
    1 poster; col. ill.; 61 cm.
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    "Toppenish, Washington's Sugar Bowl"
    Creation Date: 1951
    Catalog ID: 1996.120.119
    Call Number: EPH-B/979.755/T629t/1951
    pamphlet, promotional, "Toppenish, Washington's Sugar Bowl......the Pow Wow City," published byToppenish Chamber of Commerce, Yakima County, Washington, 1951; illustrated, black and red type on white. Illustrations include: black and white photographs of Indian maiden, agricultural development, recreational activities, and Indian festival and village. Information includes: city statistics, and small map showing the location of Toppenish in Washington State.