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Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture, Umatilla, Yakama, Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs
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Artistry and Artifacts
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National Anthropological Archives, Yakama
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Artistry and Artifacts, Government to Government Relations
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National Anthropological Archives, Yakama
Category
Artistry and Artifacts, Government to Government Relations
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Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture, Yakama
Category
Artistry and Artifacts, Lifeways
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Yakama
Category
Artistry and Artifacts
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Nimíipuu [Nez Perce]
Category
Artistry and Artifacts
Summary
A series of detailed, technical drawings of the woman's saddle in the Wetxuuwíitin’ Collection made by Nakia Williamson-Cloud
Community
Nimíipuu [Nez Perce]
Category
Artistry and Artifacts
Dentalia shell bracelet (or hair-tie).
Community
Nimíipuu [Nez Perce]
Category
Artistry and Artifacts
Summary
Made by the Nez Perce prior to1845 Purchased by the Nez Perce Tribe from the Ohio Historical Society in 1996. Re-named the Wetxuuwíitin' (captive returned home) Collection by the Nez Perce Tribe in 2021.
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Nimíipuu [Nez Perce]
Category
Artistry and Artifacts
Summary
A technical drawing of a woman’s dentalia bracelet (or hair tie) from the Wetxuuwíitin' Collection (NEPE 8762) made by Tisa (Pinkham) Matheson
8751_1.jpg Right Legging
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Nimíipuu [Nez Perce]
Category
Artistry and Artifacts
Summary
A technical drawing by Nakia Williamson-Cloud of the Leggings in the Spalding-Allen Collection, NEPE 8751-2
NEPE 8743
Community
Nimíipuu [Nez Perce]
Category
Artistry and Artifacts
Summary
A woven and plaited buffalo hair rope with knotted ends, part of the Wetxuuwíitin’ Collection
Bison hair rope
Community
Nimíipuu [Nez Perce]
Category
Artistry and Artifacts
Summary
Made by a male member of the Nez Perce Tribe 1820s-1845. Acquired by Henry Spalding and sent to Dudley Allen. Purchased by the Nez Perce Tribe from the Ohio Historical Society in 1996.