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41. Northwest history. Mining. Historical events. 1935-06-04 Northwest history. Mining. Historical events. 1935-06-04 Northwest history; mining industry; mineral resources; historical events; O. E. Brady; J. C. McEachron; E. C. Knapp ; Mystery shrouds pioneer miners' cabin. - On this lonely spot in the heart of the forest two prospectors built their cabin nearly 75 years ago. Who they are no one knows. The spot will be even more thoroughly...

42. State history. Grand Coulee dam. General. 1932-01-31 State history. Grand Coulee dam. General. 1932-01-31 Washington state history; state history; Grand Coulee dam; geology; Professor J. Harlen Bretz; O. W. Freeman; Steamboat rocks, Washington; Columbia river; Columbia basin; Dry Falls State Park; floods; prehistoric times Grand Coulee held great falls in prehistoric days. - In central Washington in prehistoric times mankind knows anything. It was five miles wide across the crest and water poured into a plunge pool 900 feet...

43. State history. Native Americans. Indian Affairs. 1938-03-03 State history. Native Americans. Indian Affairs. 1938-03-03 State history; Native Americans; United States Indian Affairs; George LaVatta; Spokane Federation of Women Organizations; Shoshone Indian tribe; Eagle Feather club ; Women's federation enjoys program on redmen. - "The Indian knows best what is good for him and the government is giving him a voice in his own affairs."

44. State history. Native Americans. Indian Affairs. Agencies. 1935-04-06 State history. Native Americans. Indian Affairs. Agencies. 1935-04-06 State history; Native Americans; United States Indian Affairs; Agencies; editorial; Spokane Indian reservation, Washington; Colville Indian reservation, Washington ;Coeur d'Alene Indian reservation, Idaho; Major H. P. Mayton; Flathead Indian reservation, Montana Statement of Indian agent puzzles Indian. - To the Editor of the Spokesman-Review: I read an article in The Spokesman-Review written by a Major H. P. Mayton of Salt Lake City. I think he is a "heap of...

45. State history. Native Americans. United States Bureau of Indian Affairs. 1937-10-19 State history. Native Americans. United States Bureau of Indian Affairs. 1937-10-19 State history; Native Americans; united States Bureau of Indian Affairs; Chief Joseph Saltice; Paschal George; Native American self-government Chief Saltice suspects guile. - His tribesmen in the past have drunk deep of the cups of guile, Chief Joe Saltice knows, and prompted by that knowledge he started today to investigate the signatures on...

46. State history. Native Americans. Chiefs. 1906-12-23. p. 1. State history. Native Americans. Chiefs. 1906-12-23. p. 1. State history; Native Americans; chiefs; Chief Tullix Halliquilla; biography; Warm Springs Indians; Modoc Indians; Umatilla Indian reservation, Oregon; Rogue River Indians ; Brave Oregon warrior on last visit to friends. - Tullix Halliquilla is a Warm Spring Indian, with a name so decidedly Roman that it could easily pass for that of an officer under Caesar or Hannibal. But...

47. State history. Native Americans. Chiefs. 1906-12-23. p. 2. State history. Native Americans. Chiefs. 1906-12-23. p. 2. State history; Native Americans; chiefs; Chief Tullix Halliquilla; biography; Warm Springs Indians; Modoc Indians; Umatilla Indian reservation, Oregon; Rogue River Indians ; Brave Oregon warrior on last visit to friends. - Tullix Halliquilla is a Warm Spring Indian, with a name so decidedly Roman that it could easily pass for that of an officer under Caesar or Hannibal. But...

48. State history. Native Americans. Chiefs. 1913-04-11 State history. Native Americans. Chiefs. 1913-04-11 State history; Native Americans; chiefs; photographs; portraits; Chief Eagle Horse; Alaska; Native American songs; Native American legends and tales Indian singer preparing book on native songs. - The Indian baritone, Chief Eagle Horse, appearing at the Casino theater, is a real, live, sure-enough Redskin. Eagle Horse comes from southern Alaska and...

49. State history. Native Americans. Chiefs. 1906-12-23. p. 3. State history. Native Americans. Chiefs. 1906-12-23. p. 3. State history; Native Americans; chiefs; Chief Tullix Halliquilla; biography; Warm Springs Indians; Modoc Indians; Umatilla Indian reservation, Oregon; Rogue River Indians; photographs; portraits ; Brave Oregon warrior on last visit to friends. - Tullix Halliquilla is a Warm Spring Indian, with a name so decidedly Roman that it could easily pass for that of an officer under Caesar or Hannibal. But...

50. State history. Native Americans. Chiefs. 1937-10-21 State history. Native Americans. Chiefs. 1937-10-21 State history; Native Americans; chiefs; Chief Joe Seltice; Paschal George; Native American government; Native American tribal council Chief Seltice suspects guile. - Will fight efforts being made to remove him from temporary tribal council. -Misrepresentation claimed. - His tribesmen in the past have drunk deep of the cups of guile,...

51. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1931-05-08 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1931-05-08 State history; Native Americans; crimes; liquor law violations; Pete To-To; G. A. Weldon, judge; W. I. Dailey, sheriff Indian proves man of honor. - Sheriff W. I. Dailey knows that Pete To-To is an honest Indian. He has the proof.

52. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1933-01-29 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Liquor law violation. 1933-01-29 State history; Native Americans; crimes; liquor law violations; Damos Arrippi; reckless driving Will saw county's wood. - Indian farmer prefers to work for himself justice told. - Damos Arrippi, 31, Indian farmer, knows how to saw wood, but prefers to saw it for himself on his own farm, he told Justice...

53. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1921-04-06 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Miscellaneous. 1921-04-06 State history; Native Americans; crimes; miscellaneous; C. A. Davis; Lester Spencer; burglary Indian saws out of Yakima jail. - All Yakima county peace officers today are scouring the county in an effort to find Lester Spencer, an Indian, who was held in the county jail awaiting trial on a charge...

54. State history. Native Americans. Chiefs. 1906-12-23 State history. Native Americans. Chiefs. 1906-12-23 State history; Native Americans; chiefs; Chief Tullix Halliquilla; biography; Warm Springs Indians; Modoc Indians; Umatilla Indian reservation, Oregon; Rogue River Indians; photographs; portraits ; Brave Oregon warrior on last visit to friends. - Tullix Halliquilla is a Warm Spring Indian, with a name so decidedly Roman that it could easily pass for that of an officer under Caesar or Hannibal. But...

55. State history. Native Americans. Customs. 1936-10-03 State history. Native Americans. Customs. 1936-10-03 State history; Native Americans; customs; Yakima Indians; William Charley; Tommy Robbins; Jobe Charley; M. E. M. Pomeroy; weather N. side of calf winter indicator. - Indians, who traditionally "knows" all the weather signs are uncertain whether the coming winter will be severe or mild, but the conservative ones are selling their...

56. State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1937-05-18 State history. Native Americans. Miscellaneous. 1937-05-18 State history; Native Americans; miscellaneous; photographs; Native American girls; Genevieve Friedlander; Sam Friedlander; Desmet, Idaho Indian girl likes her ice cream. - Ice cream in any other language would taste as good. This li'l girl isn't saying "yum, yum," but the Indians have a word for it and she knows what it is. Her name is...
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