Encampment at the National Indian Congress, Glover Stadium, Spokane, Washington, 1925


Three tepees can be seen in entirety erected in Glover Stadium along the Spokane River on Main Ave., west of Monroe. One has large circles around the bottom. A child stands in front of this tepee. An unidentified source indicates that the child may be a Coeur d'Alene Indian. In the background a bridge can be seen.

Location Description: 

United States--Washington (State)--Spokane