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Community
Nimíipuu [Nez Perce]
Category
Artistry and Artifacts, Lifeways
Summary
Nakia Williamson, Cultural Resources Program Director of the Nez Perce Tribe, discusses the shield and cover, enéh’teqen’pes, and their traditions.
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Community
Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs
Category
Artistry and Artifacts
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Community
Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture, schitsu'umsh [Coeur d'Alene]
Category
Artistry and Artifacts
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Community
Nimíipuu [Nez Perce]
Category
Artistry and Artifacts
Summary
The earliest documented Nez Perce saddle from the Spalding-Allen Collection.
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Community
National Anthropological Archives, schitsu'umsh [Coeur d'Alene]
Category
Artistry and Artifacts, Religion
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Community
National Anthropological Archives, Yakama
Category
Artistry and Artifacts, Government to Government Relations
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Community
National Anthropological Archives, Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation
Category
Artistry and Artifacts, Government to Government Relations
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Community
Nimíipuu [Nez Perce]
Category
Artistry and Artifacts
Summary
A series of detailed, technical drawings of the woman's saddle in the Spalding-Allen collection made by Nakia Williamson
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Community
National Anthropological Archives, Yakama
Category
Artistry and Artifacts, Government to Government Relations
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Community
National Anthropological Archives, Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation
Category
Artistry and Artifacts, Government to Government Relations
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Community
National Anthropological Archives, Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation
Category
Artistry and Artifacts, Government to Government Relations
Womans Dress NEPE 8758
Community
Nimíipuu [Nez Perce]
Category
Artistry and Artifacts
Summary
A Nez Perce woman's cured deer skin dress with attached yoke extensions and hem inserts decorated with glass beads, elk teeth, dentalium shell, thimbals, and fringe. The dress was made circa 1820s to 1840 and is part of the Spalding-Allen Collection