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Cascade

Cascade

September 08, 2020

The Cascade tribe are native to Washington. They are also known as the Watlala. Curtis created a total of three (3) copper photogravure plates during his visits with the Cascade... 
Wishham

Wishham

September 07, 2020

The Wishham tribe are native to the area along the Columbia River above and below the Dalles. They are known as Wishram. Curtis created a total of forty-two (42) copper photogravure plates...
Namnit

Namnit

September 06, 2020

The Namnit tribe are native to the Washington and Oregon area. They were part of the Chinook family. Curtis created a total of one (1) copper photogravure plate during his visit with...

Chinook

Chinook

September 05, 2020

The Chinook tribe are native to the Washington and Oregon area. They were great fishermen and traders. Curtis created a total of seven (7) copper photogravure plates during his visits...
Wallawalla

Wallawalla

September 04, 2020

The Wallawalla (Walla Walla) tribe are native to areas of Washington and Oregon. Their name is most often translated to mean “many waters”. Curtis created a total of two (2) copper photogravure plates...
Cayuse

Cayuse

September 03, 2020

The Cayuse tribe are native to the Oregon area. Today, they are a part of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation. Curtis created a total of fourteen (14) copper photogravure...

Umatilla

Umatilla

September 02, 2020

The Umatilla tribe are native to the Columbia Plateau region. Today, the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation consists of members of the Umatilla, Cayuse and Walla Walla...
Nez Percé

Nez Percé

September 01, 2020

The Nez Percé tribe are from the Columbia River Plateau in the Pacific Northwest Region. Today they are located in Idaho and governed through a central government known as the Nez Percé Tribal Executive...
Navaho

Navaho

August 31, 2020

The Navaho are from the Southwest. They were farmers who grew beans, corn and squash. They also raised sheep and goats. Today, they live in Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado and Utah. Curtis...

Apache

Apache

August 30, 2020

The Apache were from a large region from Western Arizona to Eastern Texas and from Northern Colorado to Mexico. They were a nomadic group and were one of the first tribes to learn to ride horses...
Jicarilla

Jicarilla

August 29, 2020

The Jicarilla Apache tribe lived in areas of southern Colorado and New Mexico and are one of the bands of the Eastern Apache. Currently, they reside in New Mexico. Jicarilla means “little basket”, referring to...
HIDATSA

HIDATSA

August 27, 2020

The Hidatsa tribe are currently located in North Dakota. They were horticulturists and hunters, raising corn, beans, squash and other vegetables which were used in trade. They hunted bison, elk...


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