Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Portraits of three young men, probably Salish wearing traditional dress including horn headdress, feather headdress, and skin garments decorated with beads, fringe, and fur. One image depicts a man kneeling, holding a bow and arrow. Sittters include Kaukenaukot and Batchese
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Studio portraits of a Coast Salish elderly woman, "Little Annie" in Euro-American clothing. One image is of "Little Annie" and a Coast Salish man "Little Sam", with a painted backdrop. Images probably taken in Washington State
Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives
Three distant views of costumed dancers mingling in front of bough-covered dance arbor; striped fabric tent at right. Probably at the Arlee Pow-wow
Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives
Images of Salish Indians, including Montana governor John Erickson with Charles Herbert McLeod, Victor Vanderburg, Chief Martin Charlo, and Louie Combs; Sophie Moiese at her home near Arlee; Moiese's hand-made tepee at a Powwow; Tony Charlo's son in a toy car at the Arlee Carnvial; Chief Martin Charlo; a Flathead Indian dance; a brave mounted on horseback; and a parade on horseback. Also an image of a group of miners in front of the entrance to the Spring Hill Mine shaft
Indiana University - Archives of Traditional Music
Tribal song of Stūdehoda -- Tōbcā'dād war guardian spirit song -- Lummi tōbcā'dād song -- Sqaíp guardian-spirit song of Snohomish woman -- Snohomish man's sqaíp song -- Snohomish love song -- Woman's love song -- Seven medicine songs -- Slahaĺ game gambling song -- Guardian-spirit echo song
Denver Public Library
Portrait of a Native American (Coastal Salish) woman standing next to a canoe on a rocky beach. She wears a loose skirt, striped shirt, and shawl. The dug-out canoe contains plants and an oar
Denver Public Library
Profile head and shoulders portrait of an elderly Native American (Coast Salish) woman. She is wrapped in a blanket and wears a pony tail bound by string. Her head may have been misshapen through traditional methods
Denver Public Library
Head and shoulders portrait of an unidentified, elderly, Native American (Coast Salish) man. He has a blanket wrapped over his shirt, a mustache, and short hair of light and dark color
Northeastern State University, Tahlequah Campus - John Vaughan Library
Contains a list of resources held in the NSU library on the subject of the Salish Indians
Denver Public Library
View of men and women standing near the base of a Native American (Coast Salish) totem pole. The pole is a single piece of wood with polka-dots, a flared top, and human and animal representations. It stands near a large wooden building with clapboard siding