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    [decal commemorating Confederated Tribes and Bands; Yakama Nation and Treaty of 1855]
    Creation Date: 2006
    Catalog ID: 2006.2.13
    Decal made of white paper with white paper backing, 2006. Decal made in shape of a triangular arrowhead with stem and notched end and undulating sides. Printed at center is gold eagle with outstretched wings and red scoll in talons. Eagle set against a partial photographic image of Mt. Rainier. Blue to black background with gold stars around edge. White border. Price sticker and barcode on paper sticker adhere to backing. Original price, $2.00. Printed on surface: Confederated/Tribes and Bands; Yakama Nation; Treaty of/1855
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    In-hus-cay-stamy or I-cas-ke-ny Low Horn Piegan Chief
    Creation Date: 1855
    Catalog ID: 1918.114.9.22
    Pencil sketch on paper. Portrait of a Native American man, head and shoulders view. His hair is worn long and loose with on wrapped bunch of hair at the left side of his face. His clothing isn't detailed, but he appears to be wearing a buffalo robe. and has a strand of large beads around his neck. By Gustav Sohon.
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    Bloods come in the Council, Blackfoot Country, 1855
    Creation Date: 1855
    Catalog ID: 1918.114.9.37
    Watercolor painting on paper, mounted on beige mat board. The image represents four Native Americans on horseback. The most prominent central figure is wearing an elaborately decorated shirt. He holds a staff with a large American flag in his left hand. In his right hand he holds a rifle which is discharging upward into the air. The other prominent figure is holding a rifle in one hand and a corner of the billowing flag in the other. There are two women on horseback in the background at left. They are wearing plain buckskin clothing. One horse is pulling a travois. Both horses have decorated martingales around their necks. There are grassy plants and cacti in the foreground of the painting. By Gustav Sohon. The watercolor is quite pale and details are emphasized with pencil. The paper is clay coated, resulting in a very fragile surface. The original mat board mount has an outline border in brown ink. The entire piece is mounted on white acid-free board. By Gustav Sohon.
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    The Broken Arm Muske-pe-toun Chief of the Cree Indians
    Creation Date: 1855
    Catalog ID: 1918.114.9.7
    Pencil sketch on paper. Portrait of a Native American man, head only. His hair is worn long and loose. By Gustav Sohon.
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    Sakuistan Heavy Shield Great Warrior of the Blood Indians
    Creation Date: Oct. 14, 1855
    Catalog ID: 1918.114.9.17
    Pencil sketch on paper. Portrait of a Native American man, head and shoulders view. His hair is worn long in the back with bangs across his forehead, chin-length locks on each side of his face, and one wrapped bunch of hair on the left side of his head. He appears to be wearing a native shirt and arouond his neck is a pouch on a single strand of beads. By Gustav Sohon.
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    O-nes-Tah-stam-mek White Bull Pagan Chief
    Creation Date: Oct. 9, 1855
    Catalog ID: 1918.114.9.27
    Pencil sketch on paper. Portrait of a Native American man, head and shoulders view. His hair is worn long and loose. He wears a large conical headdress which partially covers his forehead. His shirt isn't detailed, but he has a small square pouch on a cord around his neck. By Gustav Sohon.
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    Council in Bitterroot Valley July 1855
    Creation Date: Jul. 1855
    Catalog ID: 1918.114.9.34
    Watercolor painting on heavy paper. The image is a horizontal oval shape. A large group of Native Americans are seated on the ground in rows, facing an arbor made of poles with leafy branches over the top. Several Euro-American men are seated or standing under the shelter, one appears to be Isaac Stevens. There is a U.S. flag on a tall pole next to the shelter. Around the edge of the group are a tipi, several military tents, and some evergreen trees. There are forested hills in the background. By Gustav Sohon.
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    Hirom or Coul-coul-tlua Chief of the Kettle Fall Tribe
    Creation Date: May 27, 1855
    Catalog ID: 1918.114.9.41
    Pencil sketch on paper. Portrait of a Native American man, head and shulders view. His hair is worn long and loose. He is wearing a coat or jacket with wide lapels and has a scarf tied around his neck. By Gustav Sohon.
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    Ka-mat-spel-loh Cayuse Chief
    Creation Date: 1855
    Catalog ID: 1918.114.9.44
    Pencil sketch on paper. Portrait of a Native American man, head and shulders view. His hair is worn loose and shoulder length. He wears a stocking cap on his head and an Indian shirt with fringe at the shoulder and neck. By Gustav Sohon.
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    Looking Glass Apash-wa-hay-ikt Chief of the Nez Perce Indians
    Creation Date: Jun. 9, 1855
    Catalog ID: 1918.114.9.51
    Pencil sketch on paper. Portrait of a Native American man, head and shoulders view. His hair is worn long and loose with one small braid at the proper right side of his head. He is wearing a collared shirt and has a striped blanket wrapped around his shoulders. By Gustav Sohon.