Cheif Washakie standing with peace pipe in front Indians

TitleCheif Washakie standing with peace pipe in front Indians
Date2004-09-07
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Cheif Washakie standing with peace pipe in front Indians. Taken from the back: "Chief Washakie; (left to right) Watzie Wise; Tope-azn-be-de; So-poga-hemi; Tigee, sub chief to Washakie; Dick Washakie; Pan-zook; Per-her-go-sa; Mattavish; Po-on-zie; Edi-na-hemi; Tassatsie; Za-quad-ed; Teevish Tiggee, son of Tigee". Dick Washakie was a son of Chief Washakie's.
SubjectShoshoni Indians
Indians |x Kings and rulers
Washakie, |d ca. 1804-1900
Formatimage/jpeg
Typeimage
SourceOriginal version: Photograph of Cheif Washakie standing with peace pipe in front Indians, University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center, Photofile: Washakie (Chief), Folder 3, Negative Number 24382
PublisherUniversity of Wyoming, American Heritage Center
University of Wyoming -- American Heritage Center
Rightshttp://www.uwyo.edu/ahc/copyright.htm
Identifierah001782
Collection

University of Wyoming -- American Heritage Center

Citation "Cheif Washakie standing with peace pipe in front Indians," in Heritage West, Item #55659, http://heritagewest.coalliance.org/items/show/55659 (accessed April 16, 2014).