Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Image of Salish (Flathead) Indian encampment, probably in Montana, with tepees, tents, and American flag, and a Salish man (Machelle?) standing in front of tepee. Includes studio portrait of Salish man and woman in "parade dress" and image of the same couple posed on horseback in front of hedgerow
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Ojibwa men and women in mixture of Euro-American and traditional dress posed near tepees. Several of men wear beaded garments; the American flag appears in several images. Sitters include Wa-Kon-Da-Du-Tas and "Mr and Mrs" We Chas Ta Was Ta. Also includes pictures of Salish (Flathead) Indians on horseback, in Montana during the visit of Secretary of the Interior, James Rudolph Garfield. According to caption, one image is a picture of Garfield's "Indian escort." One photoprint depicts Yellow Rock, a man dressed in a loin cloth and necklace, dancing
Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives
Flathead Indian woman with dead infant in casket; Flathead Indians on horseback, in front of tipis; interior of store, possibly near Hilger, Montana; interior of parlor in home of James Andrews, Butte, Montana (1902); view with Demersville, Montana, in distance (by Ollason & Nicolson, Demersville, Montana, 1890); overview of Lion City, Montana (1880); Marysville, Montana, street scene with view of Peterson's Hotel, Feed and Livery Stable, men standing in front of Peterson's Hotel facade, men and women lined up on 2nd story porches that connect between buildings, and horses (by Eastman, ca. 1885); "Senator Clark's 'ball team" from Butte, Montana, warming up; print with views of Plentywood, Montana (1914); print with views of Culbertson, Montana, 1914
Indiana University - Archives of Traditional Music
War dance songs -- Owl dance songs -- Stick game songs -- Canvas dance songs -- Gift dance (round dance) songs -- Personal songs -- Jumpin' dance songs -- Love songs -- Sweathouse songs -- Lullabies -- Snake dance songs -- Wake-up songs -- Scalp dance songs -- Hunting songs -- Flute love songs -- Begging songs -- Parade songs -- Scout songs -- Victory songs
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Garfield being received by and posing with Flathead people. Indian men dancing; studio portrait of woman with baby; tipis; Indians on horseback; Indians in native attire
Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives
Full length view of Joe La Moose, Martin Charlot, and Antoine Moiese of the Salish standing in front of three tipis. La Moose wears a headdress with danglers, a fringed and beaded leather tunic, a beaded belt, leggings, and moccasins decorated with fur. He holds two arrows in his raised left hand. Charlot wears braids, a tunic with decorated wrist bands and matching vest, beaded necklaces, apron, leggings, and beaded moccasins. Moiese wears a headdress with antlers, medallion earrings, beaded necklaces, plaid shirt, beaded belt, apron, leggings, and beaded moccasins. He holds a tomahawk in his left hand, and has a blanket or skin draped over his left arm
Denver Public Library
Standing portrait of a white man and five Native American Flatheads (Salish). Identification (right to left) Michael Wyateelame, an elderly man, his wife, Susie Magpie, and Forest guard Harold Flower (white), Camas Prairie, Flathead Indian Reservation, Montana. Michel's home is in back of the group, a drum is in front of the group
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Group of Salish men gathered around a drum, tipis in background
Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives
Photographic postcard reprinting seven small images in a stair step pattern at the upper left corner. The seven images are, from left: #9 Filepe Kut-Tum-Ski-ee, image of a Salish man in traditional dress kneeling in front of a tipi and pointing a rifle; Filipe and children Marie and Juan Pierre, image of Filipe standing in front of a tipi with his children, holding a staff or rifle; #69 Cayuse and Papoose, image of a young child mounted on a horse; #106 Chief Lewison, image of Chief Lewison in tall headdress and leather tunic, holding a tomahawk; #68 The Women Burden, image of a woman with an infant in a cradleboard on her back; Kae-Kae-She, image of an elderly Salish tribe member in a blanket robe, holding a bag; and #101 Mas-A-Lee and Red Horn, image of two Salish men in elaborate headgear and costume. Printed at bottom right of postcard mount: "Photo by Edward H. Boos, Missoula, Montana." Stamped on verso: "Montana Historical Library, March 18, 1907.".
Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives
View of three men mounted on horseback, with two men walking in the foreground near pieces of lumber, circa 1907-1908. The men are Salish Indians and visitors to the Flathead Indian Reservation, Montana. The Salish man walking at center wears a headdress, decorated tunic and leggings, and moccasins. Two other horses stand at right