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1. State history. Native Americans. Obituaries. 1936-10-13 State history. Native Americans. Obituaries. 1936-10-13 State history; Native Americans; obituaries; Chief Jim Saluskin Tribesmen chant at Saluskin rites. - Tribesmen joined in a chant of the dead as the body of Jim Saluskin, one of the wealthiest of the Yakima Indians, was buried in a tribal cemetery yesterday. Saluskin...

2. State history. Native Americans. Tribes. 1919-10-20 State history. Native Americans. Tribes. 1919-10-20 State history; Native Americans; tribes; James Stuart ; Indians asks aid for tribesmen. - "Roosevelt of the Nez Perces" wants his people to learn responsibility. - A remarkable "open letter" containing a plea for his tribesmen has just been written and given...

3. State history. Native Americans. Celebrations, picnics & pow wows. 1936-12-25 State history. Native Americans. Celebrations, picnics & pow wows. 1936-12-25 State history; Native Americans; celebrations, picnics & pow wows; Nez Perce Indians; Nez Perce Indian Reservation, Idaho; Christmas Tribesmen at Lapwai for holiday festival. - Tribesmen from all parts of the Nez Pere reservation are expected here tomorrow to take part in the annual Christmas dinner and the festivities which will follow,...

4. State history. Native Americans. Celebrations, picnics & pow wows. 1936-12-26 State history. Native Americans. Celebrations, picnics & pow wows. 1936-12-26 State history; Native Americans; celebrations, picnics & pow wows; Lapwai, Idaho; Nez Perce Indians; Christmas Nez Perce tribesmen at festivities at Lapwai. - Nez Pere Indian tribesmen and their families, joined by a goodly number of their invited white brothers, gathered at Fenderson hall here today for a Christmas...

5. State history. Native Americans. Fishing. 1937-05-18 State history. Native Americans. Fishing. 1937-05-18 State history; Native Americans; fishing; The Dalles, Oregon; Celilo Falls; Warm Springs Indians; Umatilla Indians; Yakima Indians; Columbia river ; Ban tipsy tribesmen. - Tipsy tribesmen, who come to Celilo falls to fish, will have to go back to the reservation before they fall into the Columbia river and drown, Warm Springs, Umatilla and Yakima Indian...

6. State history. Native Americans. Fishing. 1937-05-20 State history. Native Americans. Fishing. 1937-05-20 State history; Native Americans; fishing; The Dalles, Oregon; Celilo Falls; Warm Springs Indians; Umatilla Indians; Yakima Indians; Columbia river ; Ban tipsy tribesmen. - Tipsy tribesmen, who come to Celilo falls to fish, will have to go back to the reservation before they fall into the Columbia and drown. Warm Springs, Umatilla and Yakima Indian...

7. State history. Native Americans. Medicine men. 1936-02-27 State history. Native Americans. Medicine men. 1936-02-27 State history; Native Americans; medicine men Hoary tribesmen ignore warnings over icy baths. - Coeur d'Alene tribesmen laughed today at warnings of government "medicine men" as they jogged along a snow-packed path to plunge into an icy bath. It is...

8. State history. Native Americans. Tribes. 1936-05-28 State history. Native Americans. Tribes. 1936-05-28 State history; Native Americans; tribes; Puyallup Indians ; Tribesmen will elect. - Puyallup Indians to choose council June 27. - The Puyallup Indian tribe will hold an election to select a council on June 27 from 10 a. m. to 6 p. m., under authorization of the...

9. State history. Native Americans. Treaties. 1928-01-03 State history. Native Americans. Treaties. 1928-01-03 State history; Native Americans; Native American treaties; Kalispell Indians; Pend d'Oreille valley; Flathead river; Chief Batiste Big Smoke; Meshel Ignace; Charlie Smelt; Antoine Isidore; Louis Meshel; photographs ; Chosen by tribesmen to secure $1,000,000. - These five Kalispell Indians have been chosen is solemn council of the tribe to collect $1,000,000 from Uncle Sam for unwarranted encroachment of the white man...

10. State history. Native Americans. Indian Affairs. Agencies. 1937-07-21 State history. Native Americans. Indian Affairs. Agencies. 1937-07-21 State history; Native Americans; United States Indian Affairs; Agencies; Colville Indian reservation, Washington; Spokane Indian reservation, Washington; highway construction; forest management; forest fire management Tribesmen get road program. - A. G. Hauge, Nespelem, chief forest supervisor for the Colville and Spokane Indian reservations, today told details of the 1937-38 fire and forest administration program,...

11. State history. Native Americans. Agriculture. 1937-10-24 State history. Native Americans. Agriculture. 1937-10-24 State history; Native Americans; United States Indian Affairs; agriculture; Coeur d'Alene Indians; Coeur d'Alene Indian reservation; agricultural products; Lucas Neal : Lapwai, Idaho; Plummer, Idaho ; Happy tribesmen garner $100,000. - By taxi and horse, they gather for crop profits. - Checks aggregating $100,000 had been distributed to scores of happy Coeur d'Alene Indian landowners at the agency near...

12. State history. Native Americans. Anthropology. 1936-01-28 State history. Native Americans. Anthropology. 1936-01-28 State history; Native Americans; anthropology; Truman Michelson; Native American culture; Smithsonian Institution; James Bay Indians; Ontario; Algonquin Indians Little change noted in Indian tribesmen. - Despite three centuries of missionary and other contacts with the white race, one group of North American Indians is reported much the same as it was 1000 years...

13. State history. Native Americans. Celebrations, picnics & pow wows. 1929-01-14 State history. Native Americans. Celebrations, picnics & pow wows. 1929-01-14 State history; Native Americans; celebrations, picnics & pow wows; Colville Indians; Nespelem, Washington; Chinook dances Annual rites are marked by Colville tribesmen at Nespelem agency. - The first of the "Chinook" dances that are celebrated each year by the Colville Indians of the Nespelem district began Sunday evening...

14. State history. Native Americans. Celebrations, picnics & pow wows. 1930-08-18 State history. Native Americans. Celebrations, picnics & pow wows. 1930-08-18 State history; Native Americans; celebrations, picnics & pow wows; Sandpoint, Idaho Tribesmen gather for big session. - The sullen beating of tom-toms, shrill cries of dancing braves, and the listless chanting of brilliant-blanketed squaws will pierce the stillness of the Cabinet range...

15. State history. Native Americans. Celebrations, picnics & pow wows. 1934-05-10 State history. Native Americans. Celebrations, picnics & pow wows. 1934-05-10 State history; Native Americans; celebrations, picnics & pow wows; Inchelium, Washington; Colville Indian Association; Native American self-government Tribesmen at Inchelium to ask new deal. - A great convention of Indians of the Inland Empire will be held at Inchelium June 14, 15, 16 and 17.

16. State history. Native Americans. Celebrations, picnics & pow wows. 1934-05-12. p. 1. State history. Native Americans. Celebrations, picnics & pow wows. 1934-05-12. p. 1. State history; Native Americans; celebrations, picnics & pow wows; Native American ka-oo-yit; Lewiston, Idaho; Lewiston Cherry Blossom festival; Black Feather; Chief Joseph; Colonel Nelson A. Miles; photographs; portraits Nez Perce tribesmen stage great Ka-oo-yit during two days fete; sing pagan hyme at camp tonight. - Three hundred and fifty Nez Perce Indians and some guests from Pendleton and Yakima tribes yesterday entered...

17. State history. Native Americans. Celebrations, picnics & pow wows. 1934-05-12. p. 2. State history. Native Americans. Celebrations, picnics & pow wows. 1934-05-12. p. 2. State history; Native Americans; celebrations, picnics & pow wows; Native American ka-oo-yit; Lewiston, Idaho; Lewiston Cherry Blossom festival; Black Feather; Chief Joseph; Colonel Nelson A. Miles Nez Perce tribesmen stage great Ka-oo-uit during two days fete; sing pagan hum at camp tonight. - Three hundred and fifty Nez Perce Indians and some guests from Pendleton and Yakima tribes yesterday entered...

18. State history. Native Americans. Celebrations, picnics & pow wows. 1934-05-12. p. 3. State history. Native Americans. Celebrations, picnics & pow wows. 1934-05-12. p. 3. State history; Native Americans; celebrations, picnics & pow wows; Native American ka-oo-yit; Lewiston, Idaho; Lewiston Cherry Blossom festival; Black Feather; Chief Joseph; Colonel Nelson A. Miles; princess Lah-Tis Nez Perce tribesmen stage great Ka-oo-uit during two days fete; sing pagan hum at camp tonight. - Three hundred and fifty Nez Perce Indians and some guests from Pendleton and Yakima tribes yesterday entered...

19. State history. Native Americans. Celebrations, picnics & pow wows. 1938-02-24 State history. Native Americans. Celebrations, picnics & pow wows. 1938-02-24 State history; Native Americans; celebrations, picnics & pow wows; Nez Perce Indians; Lapwai, Idaho; Native American war dance ; Painted braves do war dance. - Drums throb as tribesmen of Nez Perce nation observe fete. - To the throb of primitive drums and the chant of native songs, tribesmen of the Nez Perce nation recalled Indian...

20. State history. Native Americans. Celebrations, picnics & pow wows. 1938-06-13 State history. Native Americans. Celebrations, picnics & pow wows. 1938-06-13 State history; Native Americans; celebrations, picnics & pow wows; Flathead Indians; Ronan, Montana; Ronan Commercial Club; Kiwanis Club; Baptiste Bassette; Eneas Conco Tribesmen plan July powwow. - The Indians of the Flathead reservation, together with the Ronan Commercial club and the Kiwanis club, are planning a three-day powwow on the Ronan school athletic field July...
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