Indigenous Peoples of North America
2. Unknown Cheyenne artist, Pipe bowl (with bison figure), c. 1890, carved catlinite, 4⅛” x 9⅛”; Gift of Dr. John M. Donnell, M.Z. Donnell and Mrs. H.E. Selby, Collection of Maryhill Museum of Art
3. Baskets, left to right: Lucy Cayuse Thomas (Klikitat, 1884–1969), Coiled cedar-root basket, 1937, Western red cedar and bear grass, 15” tall; Sally Wahkiacus (Klikitat, c. 1830–1930), Coiled cedar-root basket, c. 1920, Western red cedar and bear grass, 8¾” tall; Lucy Cayuse Thomas (Klikitat, 1884–1969) or Susan Williams (Klikitat), Coiled cedar-root basket, c. 1920s, Western red cedar and bear grass, 11” tall; Gift of Karen Wyers Robertson, Jan Wyers, and Teunis J. Wyers, grandchildren of John G. Wyers, Collection of Maryhill Museum of Art of Ar
4. Indigenous Peoples of The Dalles Region
5. Unknown Crow (Apsáalooke) artist, Man’s beaded vest, c. 1910, glass beads, cloth and thread, 22” x 18”; Gift of Byron and Sue Henry, in memory of Art Dodd and in honor of Diane Plumridge, Collection of Maryhill Museum of Art
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This online exhibition profiles an area extending from Rock Creek (eastern Klickitat County, Washington) to the Warm Springs Indian Reservation and Cascade Locks, Oregon. It features photographs by Albert H. Barnes, Fred Andrew “F.A.” Young, Fannie B. Wright Van Duyn, Louise E. Ruch Miller, Iris Markley Hurst, Benjamin Clayton “B.C.” Markham, and J.W. Thompson, as well as basketry and beadwork of the region.