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1. State history. Native Americans. Art, artists & crafts. 1928-03-13 State history. Native Americans. Art, artists & crafts. 1928-03-13 State history; Native Americans; art, artists & crafts; Colville Indian agency; Navajo Indian art; Hopi Indian art; Nespelem, Washington; Arizona; Minnesota; South Dakota; Chippewa Indian art; Sioux Indian art Nespelem hears Indian art talk. - Mrs. Harvey K. Meyer of the Colville Indian agency gave a talk on Indian art in the Nespelem Methodist Episcopal church Friday evening at an entertainment sponsored by...

2. State history. Native Americans. Celebrations, picnics & pow wows. 1928-07-13 State history. Native Americans. Celebrations, picnics & pow wows. 1928-07-13 State history; Native Americans; celebrations, picnics & pow wows; Nespelem, Washington; Chief Joseph; Nez Perce Indians ; Nespelem sees great spectacle. - Two thousand gather where Indians honor Joseph's memory. - It was a veritable gathering of the tribes on a historic camp ground that was featured on the closing day of...

3. State history. Native Americans. Burial grounds. 1928-02-14 State history. Native Americans. Burial grounds. 1928-02-14 State history; Native Americans; Native American burial grounds; Colville Indian Reservation, Washington; Nez Perce Indians; Chief Joseph; Nespelem, Washington; Wallowa country Nez Perce tribe fight over body. - The Nez Perce Indians of the Colville reservation, who followed Chief Joseph in his memorable flight toward the Canadian border and who now reside near Nespelem with...

4. State history. Native Americans. Congress and conventions. 1928-07-03 State history. Native Americans. Congress and conventions. 1928-07-03 State history; Native Americans; congress and conventions; Nespelem, Washington; Colville Indian Reservation, Washington; Nez Perce Indians; celebrations; 4th of July celebrations Indians gather on sacred spot. - Historic camp ground at Nespelem is hallowed for Nez Perces. - The Indians of the Colville reservation who spend an annual 10-day period in camp at Nespelem for their Fourth...

5. State History. Native Americans. Sports. 1928-03-17 State History. Native Americans. Sports. 1928-03-17 State history; Native Americans; sports; Nespelem Indians; basketball; Namutes club ; Indian women win cage game. - The basketball team of the Namtues club, Indian women's organization at Nespelem, won the third game of the series last evening by defeating a team of high school pupils and...

6. State history. Native Americans. Celebrations, picnics & pow wows. 1928-07-07 State history. Native Americans. Celebrations, picnics & pow wows. 1928-07-07 State history; Native Americans; celebrations, picnics & pow wows; Nespelem, Washington; Nez Perce Indians; Chief Willie Andrews; Chief Quiltanenock ; Indians colorful in celebration. - Resplendent with tribal regalia, 200 Indians paraded yesterday at Nespelem before a record crowd as a part of the spectacular 10 days' celebration program. Chief Willie...

7. State history. Native Americans. Elections. 1928-08-28 State history. Native Americans. Elections. 1928-08-28 State history; Native Americans; elections; Colville Indians; J. M. Koontz; Nespelem, Washington; Okanogan County, Washington Indians ready to cast ballot. - Members of Colville tribes show interest in public affairs. - One hundred and fifty-five voters who have qualified before Registrar J. M. Koontz of Nespelem, constitute...

8. State history. Native Americans. Hospitals. 1928-04-20 State history. Native Americans. Hospitals. 1928-04-20 State history; Native Americans; hospitals; Colville Indian Reservation, Washington; Inchelium, Washington; Nespelem, Washington ; Indians request hospital change. - Indians on the Colville reservation desire to have the proposed Indian hospital constructed at Inchelium rather than at Nespelem, it was stated yesterday by Mary Lloyd,...

9. Northwest history. Lumber industry & by-products. Inspections. 1928-07-20 Northwest history. Lumber industry & by-products. Inspections. 1928-07-20 Northwest history; lumber industry; timber industry; inspections; H. H. Gillman Jr.; J. P. Kinney; Lee Muck ; Government man inspects timber. - Nespelem, Wash., Sept. 20. - (Special.) - H. H. Gillman Jr.;an inspector for the secretary of the interior is visiting the Colville agency and its outlying stations. He...

10. State history. Native Americans. Indian Affairs. 1928-09-02 State history. Native Americans. Indian Affairs. 1928-09-02 State history; Native Americans; Indian Affairs; Nespelem, Washington; Colville Indian reservation; voter registration; Native American voters Indians will vote. - "Is this a white man's country, or is the Caucasian played out?" wailed "Truthful James" in Bret Harte's "Heathen Chinee."

11. State history. Native Americans. Indian Affairs. 1928-10-25 State history. Native Americans. Indian Affairs. 1928-10-25 State history; Native Americans; United States Bureau of Indian Affairs; Sam George; Nez Perce Agency; Idaho; Nespelem, Washington; Okanogan county sheriff's office; Louis Antoine; Colville Indian Agency; federal audit; robbery Auditors check Indian affairs. - Study tribal fund expenditures--Say George involved in robbery. - In connection with the survey of Indian affairs authorized by congress at the last session, three auditors...

12. State history. Native Americans. Celebrations, picnics & pow wows. 1928-06-14 State history. Native Americans. Celebrations, picnics & pow wows. 1928-06-14 State history; Native Americans; celebrations, picnics & pow wows; Inchelium, Washington; L. H. Runnels; Gus Paul; Morris Antelope; Peter Noyes; James Bernard; Theodore Bourgeau; Little Alex; Peter Silva; Mary Lloyd; Father Greive Hold powwow and war dance. - Indians combine fun with serious matters--tugs of war are held. - The first big meeting of the Indian congress and powwow was held here Wednesday with a big crowd in attendance....

13. State history. Native Americans. Celebrations, picnics & pow wows. 1928-07-12 State history. Native Americans. Celebrations, picnics & pow wows. 1928-07-12 State history; Native Americans; celebrations, picnics & pow wows; Chief Joseph; Nespelem, Washington; Nez Perce Indians Braves dance to tom toms. - Indians stage largest celebration in years. - Within a great circle of 100 tepees braves were dancing in the smoky firelight tonight and pulsing of tom toms was heard again...

14. State history. Native Americans. Employment. 1928-08-31 State history. Native Americans. Employment. 1928-08-31 State history; Native Americans; employment; Nespelem, Washington; Colville Indian Reservation, Washington; Yakima Valley, Washington; Scott Wilcox, principal; hop harvesting Indians coveted as hop pickers. - Yakima Valley growers send trucks after Colville workers. - With the Indians of the Colville reservation in special demand as hop pickers in the larger yards in the Yakima...

15. State history. Native Americans. Hospitals. 1928-04-16 State history. Native Americans. Hospitals. 1928-04-16 State history; Native Americans; hospitals; Colville Indian Reservation, Washington; Old Fort Spokane, Washington; Indian Tuberculosis Hospital; tuberculosis Indian hospital is badly needed. - Should have 40-bed institution on Colville reserve, it is said. - A 40-bed hospital is needed on the Colville Indian reservation for the care of Indians, it was stated...

16. State history. Native Americans. Livestock. 1928-12-08 State history. Native Americans. Livestock. 1928-12-08 State history; Native Americans; livestock Indians gather up horses. - Wild animals are sold by red men for fertilizer. - A typical "wild west" roundup is in progress on the reservation near Nespelem, according to United States Indian Superintendent...
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