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State history. Native Americans. Celebrations, picnics & pow wows. 1937-01-22
State history. Native Americans. Celebrations, picnics & pow wows. 1937-01-22
Original index titleState history. Native Americans. Celebrations, picnics & pow wows. 1937-01-22
NewspaperSpokane chronicle ; 1937-01-22
TitleColvilles hold Chinook dances
DescriptionColvilles hold Chinook dances. - A series of chinook dances were held at Impach in a remote part of Ferry county last week under the leadership of Baptiste Andrews and Alex Louie, medicine men of the Colville tribe.
Subject KeysState history; Native Americans; celebrations, picnics & pow wows; Ferry county, Washington; Impach, Washington; Chinook dances; Colville Indians; Alex Louie; Baptiste Andrews
Date.Original1937
Resource Identifiersh139-124
Resource TypeClippings
Text
Format.UseImage/JPEG
SourceState history box 139
LanguageEnglish
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