WSU Libraries

Digital Collections

Search results for Grandson   
Refine your search
Date.Original
1928 (4)
1937 (4)
1935 (3)
1938 (2)
1923 (1)
Show more...

Subject Keys
State History Native A... (1)
State History Native A... (1)
State History Native A... (1)
State History Native A... (1)
State History Native A... (1)
Show more...

Creator
Haydon, George W. (1)
Haydon, George W.<b... (1)

results 1-17 of 17 item(s)  page 1 of 1 : ( <<  1  >> ) :: previous : next
select all : clear all : add to favorites
 Image: Original index title: Subject Keys: Description:

1. State history. Native Americans. Ceremonies. 1928-06-25 State history. Native Americans. Ceremonies. 1928-06-25 State history; Native Americans; ceremonies; George Bane; Tulalip Indian school; General George Custer; Little Big Horn river; Chief Sitting Bull, Sioux Indians; Spirit of the Snohomish Great grandson of Sitting Bull will be in big pageant. A great grandson of Sitting Bull, Sioux Indian chief who opposed General George Custer in the battle of the Little Big Horn river, is a member of...

2. State history. Native Americans. Photographs. 1935-09-13 State history. Native Americans. Photographs. 1935-09-13 State history; Native Americans; photographs; W. C. Tandy; Albert Garry; 4-H club ; Leaders in Indian betterment. - These two men are leaders in much of the progress at the Spokane Indian reservation surrounding Wellpinit. At the left is W. C. Tandy, subagent, who is credited with improving...

3. State history. State of Washington Pioneers. D. 1937-06-05 State history. State of Washington Pioneers. D. 1937-06-05 State history; Washington; Washington State; pioneers; frontier life; James S. Davis; Cashup; photographs; portraits Famous pioneer shown looking things over away back in '90s
One of the most romantic figures of the early days in the Palouse country was James S. (Cashup) Davis, pictured here looking out over the rolling...

4. State history. State of Washington Pioneers. H. 1937-11-29 State history. State of Washington Pioneers. H. 1937-11-29 State history; Washington; Washington State; pioneers; frontier life; Elmer E. Huntley; photographs; portraits Pioneer holds original homestead
A Whitman county pioneer and, with her husband, still in possession of the homestead they took up 50 years ago, is Mrs. Elmer E. Huntley. A grandson, present manager...

5. State history. State of Washington Pioneers. H. 1938-01-16 State history. State of Washington Pioneers. H. 1938-01-16 State history; Washington; Washington State; pioneers; frontier life; photographs; portraits; George W. Haydon; Nez Perce Indians; Nez PerceĢ Indian Wars, 1877 Painted Indians surrounded him during 1877 war scare
By George W. Haydon. As told to Keith A. Haydon.
New light on the route of the old Nez Perce trail, used by the Coeur d'Alene and Nez Perce Indians...

6. State history. State of Washington Pioneers. M. 1935-09-25 State history. State of Washington Pioneers. M. 1935-09-25 State history; Washington; Washington State; pioneers; frontier life; Jack William McCallum; Herbert W. McCallum; John G. McCallum; Alex W. McCallum; photographs; portraits City Employee for 32 years
Alex W. McCallum, W440 Sharp, chief of the water department(seated), is one of the oldest employees of the city in point of service. He is shown here as the head of four generations...

7. State history. State of Washington Pioneers. W. 1936-08-30 State history. State of Washington Pioneers. W. 1936-08-30 State history; Washington; Washington State; pioneers; frontier life; Patrick Henry Winston Winstons of Spokane - Patrick Henry Winston, running as a democrat for attorney general in this state, is a grandson of Spokane's eloquent Patrick Henry Winston of 40 years ago. Pioneer days had no keener...

8. Northwest history. Mining. Associations. 1933-06-29 Northwest history. Mining. Associations. 1933-06-29 Northwest history; mining industry; mining associations Chile engineer to Spokane - De Lamar has interests here- Kasline from W. S. C. - Among young mining engineers attending the joing meetings of the Northwest mining association and the mining bureau of the...

9. Northwest history. Mining. Business conditions. 1935-03-27 Northwest history. Mining. Business conditions. 1935-03-27 Northwest history; mining industry; business conditions; Francis H. Brownell; American Smelting & Refining Company ; Inquiries retart lead, zinc sales. - Francis H. Brownell, Greenwich, Conn., chairman of the American Smelting & Refining company, stopped in Spokane today to discuss business conditions with Inland Empire...

10. State history. Native Americans. Celebrations, picnics & pow wows. 1923-07-06 State history. Native Americans. Celebrations, picnics & pow wows. 1923-07-06 State history; Native Americans; celebrations, picnics & pow wows; photographs; portraits; Mrs. Caesar William; Chief George Meniniock; Princess Columbia (Miss Elizabeth Thomson of Lewiston); Jim Wallahee; Caesar Williams ; Yakima chief greets "Princess Columbia". - Princess Columbia has made friends with the red man. She didn't smoke the proverbial pipe of peace, but she did pose for her picture yesterday with a group of...

11. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Murder. 1928-08-17 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Murder. 1928-08-17 State history; Native Americans; crimes; murder; Floyd Brower, sheriff; Louis Peone; Chief Peone; Del Cary Smith Jr., attorney; Vincent Wildshoe; Tekoa, Washington; Spokane, Washington; Spokane Indians; Coeur d'Alene Indians; Cree Indians; Phillip Wildshoe; C. W. Greenough; Dave Garrick Sheriff plans grim powwow. -Will round up Indians wanted in Louis Peone's death. - A roundup of three Indians said to have knowledge about the murder of Louis Peone, grandson of Chief Peone, was started...

12. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Murder. 1928-08-18 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Murder. 1928-08-18 State history; Native Americans; crimes; murder; Vincent Wildshoe; Louis Peone; Chief Peone; Del Cary Smith Jr., attorney No first degree charge. - Lesser action only possible in probe of Indian's death. - A first degree murder charge can not be made in the death of Louis Peone, grandson of the famed Indian chief, who died...

13. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Murder. 1928-08-21 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Murder. 1928-08-21 State history; Native Americans; crimes; murder; Louie Isadore; Louis Peone; Chief Peone; Phillip Wildshoe; Vincent Wildshoe Held in Peone inquiry. - Lonie Isadore to be questioned about indian killing. - Lonie Isadore, Indian boy wanted in the investigation of the death of Louis Peone, grandson of Chief Peone, who died after...

14. State history. Native Americans. Crime. Murder. 1937-04-09 State history. Native Americans. Crime. Murder. 1937-04-09 State history; Native Americans; crimes; murder; photographs; portraits; Baptiste Andrew; Chief Victor Nicholas; Chief Barnaby; Colville Indians Colorful redskin. - Among the colorful Indians here to testify in the Baptiste Andrew murder trial is Chief Victor Nicholas, grandson of the of late Chief Barnaby of the Colville tribe. Chief Victor, now...

15. State history. Native Americans. Honored. 1929-07-22 State history. Native Americans. Honored. 1929-07-22 State history; Native Americans; honored; photographs; portraits; Chief Kiutus Tecumseh; General Harrison; Battle of Tippecanoe, 1811; Wenatchee, Washington ; Western Indian terror wins fame. - Chief Kiutus Tecumseh, great grandson of the Chief Tecumseh, who fought General Harrison at the battle of Tippecanoe in 1811, standing in front of an Indian wigwam made...

16. State history. Native Americans. Historical. 1938-01-16. p. 1. State history. Native Americans. Historical. 1938-01-16. p. 1. State history; Native Americans; historical; Nez Perce Indians; Coeur d'Alene Indians; George W. Haydon, pioneer; Keith A. Haydon, grandson; J. E. Kennedy; Nez Perce Reservation, Idaho; Chief Joseph, Nez Perce; Chief Mox Mox, Coeur d'Alene; Frees Settlement, Idaho; Coeur d'Alene Indian Reservation, Idaho ; Painted Indians surrounded him during 1877 war scare. / by George W. Haydon
In the time past, a question was asked as to the exact location of the old Indian trail between the two reservations, Coeur...

17. State history. Native Americans. Obituaries. 1937-11-02 State history. Native Americans. Obituaries. 1937-11-02 State history; Native Americans; obituaries Widely known Indian is dead. - Mrs. Jeanette Frank, 70, wife of John Frank, prominent Nez Perce Indian, died last evening at her home in East Kamiah Indian village. She is survived by her husband and one...
select all : clear all : add to favorites
results 1-17 of 17 item(s)  page 1 of 1 : ( <<  1  >> ) :: previous : next
powered by CONTENTdm ® | contact us  ^ to top ^ 
WSU Libraries, Washington State University, Pullman WA 99164-5610, 509-335-9671. Contact Us