Jacqueline Moreau photographs, 1984-1999  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Photographer
Moreau, Jacqueline
Title
Jacqueline Moreau photographs
Dates
1984-1999 (bulk)
1924-2008 (inclusive)
Quantity
6.5 linear feet, (11 boxes, 5 photo binders)
Collection Number
Coll 459
Summary
Collection is comprised of materials created and collected by Jacqueline Moreau, northwest photographer and journalist, and consists of photographs, biographical material, correspondence, subject files, published material, printing specification notes, and clippings. Much of the material in the Papers series (Series I) relates to her photographic work.
Repository
University of Oregon Libraries, Special Collections and University Archives.
UO Libraries--SPC, 1299
University of Oregon
Eugene OR
97403-1299
Telephone: 541-346-3068
Fax: 541-346-3485
spcarref@uoregon.edu
Access Restrictions

Collection is open to the public. Three images in the collection are restricted, and closed to all access until such time as permissions from surviving family members of those persons featured can be attained.

Collection must be used in Special Collections and University Archives Reading Room.

Languages
English


Historical NoteReturn to Top

Jacqueline Moreau was born in San Francisco, California in 1948. Moreau majored in chemistry at City College of San Francisco, but pursued other academic interests as well, namely Native American history and the environment. The writings of University of California, Davis professor Jack D. Forbes, and scientist and author Rachel Carson, motivated her to support civil rights issues and awareness of the environment. She joined the peace and equality movement and, in 1969, volunteered gathering and delivering clothing and canned goods for the Indians of All Tribes (IOAT), a Native American civil rights group who had occupied Alcatraz in November of that year.

In 1970, Moreau moved to Ashland, Oregon where she attended Southern Oregon University, focusing her studies on social change and social stratification, and graduating in 1977 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Sociology. During the summer breaks, she worked at a nearby forest fire lookout, and learned to use a 35mm camera. After graduation, Moreau pursued an interest in photography that had begun during her time at SOU. She was especially interested in the intersection of photography as an art form and a tool of social justice, and was influenced by Robert Frank, W. Eugene Smith, photographers of the Farm Security Administration, and the “concerned” photographers, such as Henri-Cartier-Bresson.

In 1979 she began work as a freelance photographer, landing jobs with the Ashland Daily Tidings and the Medford Mail Tribune; she also worked as a correspondent for The Oregonian. Two years later she moved to Portland, where she worked as a stringer for United Press International, and as the chief photographer and photo editor for the The Daily Journal of Commerce, and Portland Today. She also worked as a photography lab technician, processing film and making prints at Pro Lab Northwest and other labs. In her free time, Moreau installed a darkroom in her home and studied the making of archival prints, adopting chemical formulas that maximized the small size limitations of “fast” 35mm film.

In 1987, Moreau received a visual arts grant from the Portland Metropolitan Arts Commission – now the Regional Arts and Culture Council – to exhibit images she had captured that documented the lives of Native American fishing families embroiled in treaty rights struggles along the mid-Columbia River. The intent was to expand public awareness of Native American groups whose lives depend on salmon, and the cultural, economic, and religious significance of the Columbia River. The result was a video and exhibit entitled The River People. In 1991, several of Moreau’s River People photographs, sponsored by the Oregon Arts Commission, were exhibited in the Oregon state capitol.

In 1992, Moreau, sponsored by the Yakama Nation, received a grant from the Washington Commission for the Humanities. Moreau used the photographs that resulted from this grant to create an exhibit with photographs and text. The exhibit, Respecting this Earth: Native Americans of the mid-Columbia River, was displayed publicly and later housed in the Yakama Nation Museum and Cultural Center. In 1994, Moreau’s photographs were installed in The Discovery Center, and the Wasco County Museum, in The Dalles, Oregon.

Moreau’s other work has included employment as a Paraeducator II (2001-2008), assisting high school teachers to provide learning assistance and support to students with learning disabilities. Between 1972 and 2007, she worked as a fire lookout, manning 12 fire lookouts over the course of 22 fire seasons for the Bureau of Indian Affairs, the U. S. Forest Service, and the Oregon Department of Forestry. Moreau, who lives is White Salmon, Washington, has two children, Jessica and Colt, both of whom spent their childhood summers in fire lookouts. Colt is a member of the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Jacqueline Moreau photographs are comprised of an equal mixture of manuscript materials and photographs. The biographical material, correspondence, subject files, publications, and clippings primarily serve to complement the photographic materials, providing historical context, descriptive information about the photographs themselves or Ms. Moreau's grant work, and printing specifications.

Ms. Moreau processed the photographs in the collection in her home darkroom, and continues to process all her photographs herself; one of the highlights of the collection is the documentation of her process as a photographer. Nearly every print in Box 13 and Box 14 includes numerous print specification notes that will be of interest to researchers interested in Moreau's printing methods, and there are several which were used as templates to burn and/or dodge in order to produce final prints. Additionally, Series I, Subseries D contains Ms. Moreau's Darkroom Manual, and caption information for her River People prints.

Of significance too is Ms. Moreau's documentation of the lives of Native American peoples along the Columbia River, and their struggle to secure the rights afforded to them by a provision in the 1855 treaty: their right to take fish at "all usual and accustomed places in common with citizens of the territory."

The photographs are comprised primarily of black and white, gelatin silver prints, and many are signed by the photographer.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Property rights reside with Special Collections and University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries. Copyright resides with the creator. Ms. Moreau has placed the following conditions on the use of her photographs:

1. A copyright symbol with Ms. Moreau’s name shall appear on reproduced or displayed photographs (e.g., © Jacqueline Moreau).

2. The photographs must not be cropped, or the photographic subject matter digitally excised or altered in any way.

3. Copies of the photographs are to be made from the photographs, not from negatives.

4. Reproduced or displayed photographs will have names of the subjects identified, and will include the date and location photographed (this information is included in the collection, Box 1, Folders 1 and 4).

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Jacqueline Moreau photographs, Coll 459, Special Collections and University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series I:  PapersReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Subseries A: Biographical material
Box Folder
1 2
Biographical information [photographs, resume, biography, project descriptions, and notes]
1 5
Self bio and photo agreements
Subseries B: Correspondence
Box Folder
1 7
Columbia River Indian [correspondence regarding photographs and grants]
Includes letter of support from Brycene Neaman (Curator, Yakama Indian Nation Museum and Cultural Heritage Center) regarding her grant project.
1 8
[Letter from Linda George Meanus to Porthaven Care Facility]
3 2
[Letter of The Department of the Army, Portland District Corps of Engineers, Lauren J. Aimonetto]
8 4
David Sohappy case
Includes: Photocopy of eviction notice issued to David Sohappy by Bureau of Indian Affairs; two letters from David Sohappy to Jacqueline Moreau, from Sandstone prison; one letter from David Sohappy to Jacqueline Moreau, from Geiger Correction Center.
12 42
Letter from Allan Henderson to Jacqueline Moreau regarding scrapbook photographs
Includes one photograph of Cecilia Frank, and one of a man and pig.
Subseries C: Subject Files
Box Folder
1 3
Copy for U of O [clippings, printed materials, article copies]
1 6
Wasco County Museum photos, commissioned work
1 12
Grant work and other projects
Letters of support, article regarding model releases, press releases and news clippings.
1 13
Grant work and other projects
Press releases about exhibits featuring Moreau's work, information about her grant funding, and letters of recommendation. Includes form from the Bureau of Prisons in which David Sohappy, Sr. designates Moreau as his News Media Representative.
3 1
Mary Ann Meanus
8 3
[River People]
Includes: Exhibit captions; Nettie Jackson obituary; We Must Win Salmon Recovery Battle, by Billy Frank Jr.; "We are Still Here": Oregon Indian Tribes and the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial, by Bette Husted; David Sohappy, Sr. obituary; maps of Columbia Riv
8 4
David Sohappy case
Includes: "Free David Sohappy" bumper sticker; clipping, "An American human-rights victim serves his sentence in Minnesota," by Mordecai Specktor; poster, "A Legacy of Struggle: from Chief Joseph to David Sohappy" lecture by Myra Sohappy at University of
8 5
Tribal activism
Includes: Invitation from Indians of All Tribes, Inc. to participate in a ceremony of Indian liberation, Indianland, Alcatraz; poster, "Protecting Mother Earth," The Indigenous People's Conference on Development and the Environment, Celilo Village, Oregon
8 6
Exhibit documents
Includes: "Respecting This Earth: Native Americans of the Mid-Columbia," [documents traveling exhibit by Jacqueline Moreau and curator Brycene Neaman, including photographer's logs.]
Subseries D: Printing Specifications and Caption Notes
Box Folder
1 1
Print Specifications: Notes for The River People prints
1 4
River People caption information
2 3
The Darkroom Manual of Jacqueline Moreau
13 55
[Andrew David, Tuutawaisa. Portrait printing specifications]
13 56
[Andrew David, Tuutawaisa. Portrait printing specifications]
Subseries E: Publications
Box Folder
1 8
Where the Salmon Run: The Life and Legacy of Billy Frank Jr., Trova Heffernan
1 9
Lower Klickitat River: Wild and Scenic River Management Plan Final Environment Impact Statement, United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service
1 10
Pursuit of Happiness: A Left Bank Book, Blue Heron Publishing Inc.
1 11
Left Bank: #1 Writing and Fishing the Northwest, Blue Heron Publishing Inc.
2 4
Photographic Facts and Formulas, E. J. Wall
3 2
[Photocopy of page from publication with articles by Dennis White, Jill Barker]
3 2
[Displaced people claim statement - Celilo]
3 3
Sin-Wit-Ki: All Life on Earth,Yakama Nation Fish and Wildlife Program
3 4
Wanna Chinook Tymoo, Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission
3 5
Washington Salmon: Understanding Allocation, Washington State House of Representatives, Office of Program Research
3 5
The Pacific Northwest Quarterly: Continuing the Washington Historical Quarterly
3 5
Summary of U.S. v. Oregon and the Columbia River Fish management Plan
3 5
In Lieu Site Historical Summary, Les McConnell [Bureau of Indian Affairs, Branch of Fisheries]
3 6
Public Information, Public Law 100-581,Title IV: Columbia River Treaty Fishing Access Sites, US Army Corps of Engineers
3 7
Participant Resource Guide: Developing Educational Partnerships on the Columbia River, Washington Sea Grant Program, University of Washington
3 8
Scope of Indian Treaty Fishing Rights: A Right to Fishery Habitat Protection, Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission
3 9
A Compilation of Indian Treaty Fishing Rights Cases, Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission
4 1
The Gordon Report, United States Department of the Interior Bureau of Indian Affairs
4 2
The Swindell Report on Source, Nature and Extent of the Fishing, Hunting and Miscellaneous Related Rights of Certain Indian Tribes in Washington and Oregon Together with Affidavits Showing Locations of a Number of Usual and Accustomed Fishing Grounds Stations, United States Department of the Interior Office of Indian Affairs, Division of Forestry and Grazing
4 3
Wheels of Fortune, Francis Seufert
4 4
Wishram Ethnography, Volume 1, Number 3, Leslie Spier and Edward Sapir
Subseries F: Clippings
Box Folder
2 1
Sohappy
2 2
[Portland Alliance newspaper articles, forms, and legal documents]
8 1
Newspaper articles
8 2
Newspaper articles
8 7
Photocopies of newspaper tearsheets featuring Jacqueline Moreau's work
15 30
Herbert Buck's obituary
15 32
OSU extension 100-year celebration
16 39
MaryAnn (Winishut) Meanus "Sauyapam" obituary
Subseries G: Artifacts
Box Folder
7 1
Pen from the pocket of Clifford Moses, Yakama Nation Tribal Chairman; Yakama Nation Agency Office, Toppenish, Washington
Artifact note: "A gift, this pen from the pocket of Clifford Moses, Yakama Nation Tribal Chairman and revered elder. Moses gave it to me when I mentioned my photo production - the traveling exhibit - of Respecting this Earth. Circa 1994, Yakama Nation Age

Series II:  PhotographsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Subseries A: Contact sheets and Print Specs
Box Folder
9 1
Ed Edmo
9 contact sheets.
9 4
Working prints, unfinished: Spearfish site east of Horsethief State Park
6 copies of Horsethief Lake State Park, view of the Columbia River from the Washington Side, near site of Spearfish Village. 8x10, gelatin silver prints.
9 5
Working prints, unfinished: Spearfish site east of Horsethief State Park
Pond, Spearfish Village site west of Horsethief State Park. 8x10, gelatin silver prints
9 5
Working prints, unfinished: Spearfish site east of Horsethief State Park
Spearfish Village former site, the land beside, west of, Horsethief State Park. 8x10, gelatin silver prints
9 5
Working prints, unfinished: Spearfish site east of Horsethief State Park.
3 copies of a view of Columbia River shot from the Washington side; a view of The Narrows near the site of the village called Spearfish. 8x10, gelatin silver prints
9 6
Proofs: River People
Contact sheets.
9 7
Proofs: River People
Contact sheets.
9 8
Proofs: River People
Contact sheets.
9 9
Proofs: River People
Contact sheets.
10 1
Sohappy, Celilo
Myra Sohappy hanging fish to dry, Cooks Landing, WA, matted. 8x10, gelatin silver print. Matted.
10 2
Sohappy, Celilo
David Sohappy on a hill above the in-lieu site at Cook's Landing. 11x14, gelatin silver print.
10 2
Sohappy, Celilo
Andy Sohappy, left, Cook's Landing fishing crew on the Columbia River. 11x14, gelatin silver print.
10 2
Sohappy, Celilo
Fish buyers, Towal site, Washington. Columbia River; Oregon side in the distance. 11x14, gelatin silver print.
10 4
[Sketch of a face on paper]
8.5x11
10 4
[Roger Dick, Jr. harvesting blueback from scaffold off Highway 14 near Sauter's Beach; Lyle, Washington]
11x14, gelatin silver print
10 4
[Sterling Green on horseback]
10x6, gelatin silver print
10 4
[David Sohappy, Sr. sewing fishing nets. Copy 1]
8x10, gelatin silver print
10 4
[David Sohappy, Sr. sewing fishing nets. Copy 2]
8x10, gelatin silver print
10 4
[David Sohappy, Sr. sewing fishing nets. Portions of the image have been cut away]
11x14, gelatin silver print
10 4
[Breakfast at the Sohappy's; Cooks Landing, Washington: Barbara, Edna, Myra, Sam, and Bobby Sohappy, Bobby's Husband]
11x14, gelatin silver print
10 4
[Lyle Point and the Columbia River. Klickitat sub-chief Johnny Jackson on point.]
11x14, gelatin silver print
10 5
[Sterling Green bridling a horse. A portion of the image has been cut away]
11x14, gelatin silver print
10 5
[Sterling Green bridling a horse. A portion of the image has been cut away and another image has been attached]
8x10, gelatin silver print
10 5
Seagull #3 [Myra Sohappy, portrait in profile]
11x14, gelatin silver print
10 5
[Dan Barber holding a sturgeon]
4x5, gelatin silver print
10 5
[David Sohappy, Sr. with grandson Dustin Wyena]
11x3.5, gelatin silver print
10 5
[David Sohappy, Sr. sewing fishing nets]
4x5, gelatin silver print
10 5
[Scenic view of Lyle Point, Washington]
11x14, gelatin silver print
10 5
Printing Specs [Two Native American children on horseback. Copy 1]
11x14, gelatin silver print
10 5
[Two Native American children on horseback. Copy 2]
11x14, gelatin silver print
10 5
[Young Native American boy holding a Native American child]
11x14, gelatin silver print
10 6
[Klickitat River fisher. Man on fishing platform using dip net.]
11x14, gelatin silver print
10 6
[Klickitat River fisher. Man on fishing platform using dip net.]
11x14, gelatin silver print
10 6
[Tuutawaisa's Funeral, Simnasho Cemetery; Warm Springs, Oregon. Grave offerings in foreground, casket bearers in background.]
11x14, gelatin silver print
10 6
[Tuutawaisa's Funeral, Simnasho Cemetery; Warm Springs, Oregon. Grave offerings in foreground, casket bearers in background.]
11x14, gelatin silver print
10 6
[Tuutawaisa's Funeral, Simnasho Cemetery, Warm Springs, Oregon. Torn photo of just wagon horses.]
4x6, gelatin silver print
10 6
[Cynthia Espirto and Malinda Kishwalk in regalia, seated on park bench, leaning together and laughing.]
11x14, gelatin silver print
10 7
[The Spino family, laughing together, posed outside a trailer.]
11x14, gelatin silver print
10 7
[Unidentified man standing in front of farm equipment, rolling hills in background.]
11x14, gelatin silver print
10 7
[Unidentified woman clearing brush, posing with boughs.]
11x14 sheet of proofs, gelatin silver print
12 37
Veteran Art Shiloh; White Salmon, Washington
150w, g 2 1/2, 12 seconds. Use F11, grade 3 same time. 8x10, gelatin silver print
12 49
Artifact Repatriation Project; Bonneville Dam
Use g3, diffuse. 8x10, gelatin silver print
12 52
Artifact Repatriation Project; Bonneville Dam
g3; use grad 3 1/2, burn top slightly. 8x10, gelatin silver print
12 81
Spearfish Land
g3, f8, 25 seconds, 250 watts. 8x10, gelatin silver print
12 82
Spearfish Village Area
20 seconds. 8x10, gelatin silver print
13 1
Agfa Insignia or oriental seagull
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 2
[Myra Sohappy; Planner's Rock, Yakama Reservation]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 3
Oriental Seagull [Breakfast at the Sohappy's]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 4
Sauvie's Island [landscape]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 5
Colt Moreau-Pitt, Damon David, Leslie Arlene David; Warm Springs, Oregon
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 6
[Columbia Gorge region landscape]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 7
[Viola Kalama, Wasco Elder; Warm Springs, Oregon, 2 copies]
5x8, gelatin silver print
13 8
Columbia Gorge [landscape]
6x10, gelatin silver print
13 9
Near site of Spearfish Village [landscape]
5x8, gelatin silver print
13 10
Native Fishers; Willamette Falls, Oregon, Untoned
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 11
[The Klickitat River. View of water rushing through tight rocky channel, with fishing platforms.]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 12
All Indian Rodeo [rodeo participant, seated, wearing chaps]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 13
[Chief Johnny Jackson on Columbia gorge cliff with teepee]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 14
[Chief Johnny Jackson on Columbia gorge cliff with teepee]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 15
Horsetail Falls; Columbia Gorge
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 16
Margaret Palmer (Saluskin) [Yakama Federal Court]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 17
Roger Dick, Jr. [Columbia River, removing fish from nets, caught fish in foreground]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 18
All Indian Rodeo; Tygh Ridge, Dufur, Oregon [bronco rider at gate]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 19
[Wedding reenactment and pageant, Wa-He-Lut Indian School, Frank's Landing, Washington. Rear view of unidentified children in blankets]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 20
[Sauvie's Island, landscape]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 21
[Sauvie's Island, landscape]
8x2, gelatin silver print
13 22
[Myra Sohappy, portrait in profile]
4x5, gelatin silver print
13 23
[Myra Sohappy, portrait in profile]
4x5, gelatin silver print
13 24
Cowboy wedding between Warm Springs tribal member Casey Green and Dianne (Kah Neeta)
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 25
Cowboy wedding between Warm Springs tribal member Casey Green and Dianne (Kah Neeta)
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 26
[Tuutawaisa's Funeral, Simnasho Cemetery; Warm Springs, Oregon. Grave offerings in foreground, casket bearers in background.]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 27
[Cynthia Espirto and Malinda Kishwalk in regalia, seated on park bench, leaning together and laughing.]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 28
[Cynthia Espirto and Malinda Kishwalk in regalia, seated on park bench, leaning together and laughing.]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 29
[Ceremonial bell with beaded handle]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 30
[Ceremonial bell with beaded handle]
5x7, gelatin silver print
13 31
[David Sohappy Sr. working with nets]
5x7, gelatin silver print
13 32
[David Sohappy Sr. working with nets]
5x7, gelatin silver print
13 33
[Jerry White holding Chinook; Lyle Fishery, Klickitat River]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 34
[Tipi Display at Crates Point, opening of The Discovery Center; The Dalles, Oregon]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 35
[Tuutawaisa's Funeral, horse-drawn wagon and procession]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 36
[David Sohappy Sr. working with net]
4x5, gelatin silver print
13 37
[Myra Sohappy, portrait in profile]
3x6, gelatin silver print
13 38
Columbia Gorge, Andy Sohappy on left
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 39
[Dan Barber, holding sturgeon, and Kenny McCloud; Towal, Washington]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 40
[unidentified man holding Earth Day shirt]
5x7, gelatin silver print
13 41
Agfa Insignia [The Spino family, Mona, Geneva, Andrie, Joyce, and Delores, far right; Lyle, Washington, Lyle Salmon Feast]
4x5, gelatin silver print
13 42
Agfa Insignia [The Spino family, Mona, Geneva, Andrie, Joyce, and Delores, far right; Lyle, Washington, Lyle Salmon Feast]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 43
Agfa Insignia [The Spino family, Mona, Geneva, Andrie, Joyce, and Delores, far right; Lyle, Washington, Lyle Salmon Feast]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 44
Lyle Point, Columbia Gorge [landscape]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 45
Lyle Point, Columbia Gorge [landscape]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 46
Lyle Point, Columbia Gorge [landscape]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 47
Lyle Point, Columbia Gorge [landscape]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 48
Agfa Insignia [Stephanie Pratt, sleeping upright in cradleboard; Wishram, Washington]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 49
Agfa Insignia [Stephanie Pratt, sleeping upright in cradleboard; Wishram, Washington]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 50
Bates Road, White Salmon [Johnny Jackson building sweathouse frame, at photographer's residence]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 51
[Feather headdress hanging from side mirror of pick-up truck]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 52
Lyle Point, Washington [Fred Ike, Rock Creek Chief, wearing cowboy hat, and Jay Letto]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 53
[Childcare in the Spino family; Murdock, Washington. Andrie Spino, adult; Lew Allen Sampson, 4 months; Annie Sampson, 5 years.]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 54
[Malinda Kishwalk, cleaning fish, fish head in foreground]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 57
[Andrew David, Tuutawaisa. Portrait]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 58
[Andrew David, Tuutawaisa. Portrait]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 59
[Andrew David, Tuutawaisa. Portrait]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 60
[Andrew David, Tuutawaisa. Portrait]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 61
[Andrew David, Tuutawaisa. Portrait]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 62
[Andrew David, Tuutawaisa. Portrait]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 63
[Andrew David, Tuutawaisa. Portrait]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 64
[Lyle Point, Columbia River Gorge]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 65
[Fred Ike, Rock Creek Chief, wearing cowboy hat, Lyle Point Gathering]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 66
Vic Landskov [man seated in chair watching TV]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 67
Vic Landskov [man seated in chair watching TV]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 68
[Black labrador carrying Kentucky Fried Chicken Bucket in mouth]
8x10, gelatin silver print
13 69
[unidentified woman holding branches]
3x4, gelatin silver print
13 70
[unidentified woman holding branches]
4x5, gelatin silver print
13 71
[unidentified landscape with tree in foreground and plateau in background]
5x7, gelatin silver print
13 72
[unidentified cowboy and two women waiting at Rodeo Office]
8x10, gelatin silver print
14 1
Liberty Road, Joseph, Oregon [Farm house and Airstream trailer]
8x10, gelatin silver print
14 2
[Burnside Tunnel with car and graffiti; Portland, Oregon]
8x10, gelatin silver print
14 3
[Clouds and sky]
5x7, gelatin silver print
14 4
[Clouds and sky]
5x7, gelatin silver print
14 5
Harl Butte Lookout, Kristin and Justin [young man and woman sitting on picnic table]
5x7, gelatin silver print
14 6
[Ryder and Brent, full length shot, horse trailer in background]
8x10, gelatin silver print
14 7
[Clothesline in foreground of unidentified landscape]
8x10, gelatin silver print
14 8
[Horse being bottle fed]
8x10, gelatin silver print
14 9
Ryder and Brent [close-up, horse trailer in background]
8x10, gelatin silver print
14 10
[Everette Metzentine posed with wagon wheel, Tygh Valley, Oregon]
8x10, gelatin silver print
14 11
[Close-up of hands holding tools, unidentified subject]
8x10, gelatin silver print
14 12
Sterling Green and Floppy the Horse, Warm Springs, Oregon [shoulder cut out]
8x10, gelatin silver print
14 13
[Unidentified landscape, fence and trees in foreground, farmhouse in distance]
8x10, gelatin silver print
14 14
Jessica, Interstate 5 on way to Ashland in 1955 Ford [windows cut out]
8x10, gelatin silver print
14 15
Jessica, Interstate 5 on way to Ashland in 1955 Ford [windows cut out]
5x7, gelatin silver print
14 16
[Unidentified horse hands, one holding a syringe, and horse]
8x10, gelatin silver print
14 17
[Abandoned car, hood and trunk open]
8x10, gelatin silver print
14 18
[Clothesline with unidentified landscape in background]
8x10, gelatin silver print
14 19
[Unidentified man, cow in stanchion]
8x10, gelatin silver print
14 20
[Unidentified cowboy on a horse herding cattle]
8x10, gelatin silver print
14 21
[Close-up of two horses, location unidentified]
8x10, gelatin silver print
14 22
[Sterling Green on horse]
8x10, gelatin silver print
14 23
Sterling Green; Warm Springs, Oregon [close-up]
8x10, gelatin silver print
14 24
[Unidentified cowgirl on horse, possibly at rodeo]
5x8, gelatin silver print
14 25
[Unidentified woman wearing ballet dress, tying toe shoes]
2.5x8, gelatin silver print
14 26
[Unidentified woman wearing ballet dress, tying toe shoes]
2.5x8, gelatin silver print
14 27
[Cat in unidentified field of flowers]
8x10, gelatin silver print
14 28
[Brandi, Clark County Court Rodeo Queen]
8x10, gelatin silver print
14 29
Agfa Insignia [trees, unidentified landscape]
8x10, gelatin silver print
14 30
[Black dog and unidentified cowboy in pick up truck]
8x10, gelatin silver print
14 31
[Unidentified children on bicycle]
8x10, gelatin silver print
14 32
[Unidentified children behind rail]
8x10, gelatin silver print
14 33
[Unidentified woman, seated, and dog in pick-up truck]
8x10, gelatin silver print
14 34
[Brandi, Clark County Court Rodeo Queen, on horse receiving flowers]
8x10, gelatin silver print
14 35
[Pears on plate]
5x7, gelatin silver print
14 36
[Pears on plate]
5x7, gelatin silver print
14 37
[Pears on plate]
5x7, gelatin silver print
14 38
[Unidentified man, sticking out his tongue]
8x10, gelatin silver print
14 39
[Unidentified man, sticking out his tongue]
8x10, gelatin silver print
14 40
Madras, Oregon [landscape, barb wire fence in foreground, homes in distance]
8x10, gelatin silver print
Subseries B: Final Prints
Box Folder
9 3
[Jacob Hunt headstone, Rattlesnake Indian Cemetery]
4x6, gelatin silver print
9 3
[Sadie Queampts headstone, Rattlesnake Indian Cemetery]
4x6, gelatin silver print
9 3
[Silas Siyumhun headstone, Rattlesnake Indian Cemetery]
4x6, gelatin silver print
9 3
[Rattlesnake Indian Cemetery]
4x6, gelatin silver print
9 3
On the Columbia River [unidentified man standing on wooden dock with net]
8x10, gelatin silver print
9 3
Fisher Johnny Queampts (Yakama). "How much will you pay me?" He teased me, said posing for this shot reminded him of being at Celilo when tourists lined up Indian kids posing with fish and gave them coins.
8x10, gelatin silver print
9 3
James Selam's Vest, Lyle Point meeting during protest action
8x10, gelatin silver print
9 3
Stick games participant [unidentified man]
5x7, gelatin silver print
9 3
John Talley (l) and Ed Edmo Sr.; Portland, Oregon
5x7, gelatin silver print
9 3
The funeral of David Sohappy; White Swan, Washington [David Sohappy, Jr. third from right. Myra Sohappy fourth from right. Andy Sohappy fifth from right, tall man.]
8x10, gelatin silver print
9 3
Left to right: Ellison Schuster, Gloria Mattie, and Leona Schuster; Toppenish, Washington
8x10, gelatin silver print
9 3
Lyle Fishery
8x10, gelatin silver print
9 3
The Lyle Salmon Feast encampment when it was held alongside the Klickitat River
8x10, gelatin silver print
9 3
The Lyle Salmon Feast encampment along the Klickitat River.
8x10, gelatin silver print
9 3
[Anona W. Bertran headstone]
8x10, gelatin silver print
9 3
John Pratt, Lyle Fishery
8x10, gelatin silver print
9 3
Frank Lewis and Nathan Hill, Lyle Fishery, Klickitat River
8x10, gelatin silver print
10 2
Sohappy, Celilo: the arrest of David Sohappy; Toppenish, Washington.
11x14, gelatin silver print
10 2
Sohappy, Celilo: Andy Sohappy, left. Cook's Landing fishing crew. Columbia River
11x14, gelatin silver print
10 2
Sohappy, Celilo: David Sohappy displays the eviction notice from the B.I.A. ordering the family's removal from the Cook's Landing in-lieu site
11x14, gelatin silver print
10 2
Sohappy, Celilo: WA-HE-LUT Indian School, marriage reenactment; Frank's Landing, Washington.
11x14, gelatin silver print
10 2
Sohappy, Celilo: WA-HE-LUT Indian School, marriage reenactment student onlookers; Frank's Landing, Washington
11x14, gelatin silver print
10 3
Sohappy, Celilo: David Sohappy Jr., left, David Sohappy Sr., right. Yakama tribal jail, Washington
10x13, gelatin silver print
10 3
Sohappy, Celilo: Leona Schuster in front of her burned home, Celilo Village
8x10, gelatin silver print. Matted
10 3
Sohappy, Celilo: Tuutawaisa Andrew David in his last year; Warm Springs, Oregon
11x14, gelatin silver print
10 3
Sohappy, Celilo: Andrew David with his daughter Arlene; Warm Springs, Oregon
5x8, gelatin silver print
10 3
Sohappy, Celilo: Andrew David; Warm Springs, Oregon
8x10, gelatin silver print
10 3
Sohappy, Celilo: Tuutawaisa's Funeral; Warm Springs, Oregon
8x10, gelatin silver print
10 3
Sohappy, Celilo: Leona Schuster in her burned out home in Celilo Village
11x14, gelatin silver print
10 8
River People: Loretta and Andy Sohappy reading the eviction notice from the B.I.A. intending to have Indian removed from the Cook's Landing in-lieu site
11x14, gelatin silver print. Matted
10 9
River People: Senator Ken Jernstedt, Wilfred Yallup, and Jay Minthorn, Celilo meeting about improving living conditions
5x9, gelatin silver print. Matted
10 10
River People: Leona Schuster testifying about Celilo Village living conditions; Celilo, Oregon
11x14, gelatin silver print. Matted
10 11
Sohappy, Celilo: Leona Schuster in her burned Celilo Village home
11x14, gelatin silver print. Matted
10 12
Sohappy, Celilo: Trailer home, Cook's Landing in-lieu site
11x14, gelatin silver print. Matted
10 13
Sohappy, Celilo: Bill Simmon's Jacket with American Indian Movement (AIM) logo
11x14, gelatin silver print. Matted
11 1
Salmonscam defendants exiting Yakama tribal jail; Toppenish, Washington. David Sohappy, Sr. center, second row.
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 1
Grave at Rattle Snake Creek Indian Cemetery; Husum, Washington
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 1
Columbia River Fishers, Andy Sohappy, Jr. (left), Columbia River
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 1
Columbia River Fishers, Andy Sohappy, Jr. (left), Columbia River
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 1
Andrew David's Funeral, Simnasho Cemetery; Warm Springs, Oregon. Andrew George in wagon holding bell.
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 1
Andrew David's Funeral, Simnasho Cemetery; Warm Springs, Oregon. Andrew George in wagon holding bell.
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 2
The Sohappys; Cooks Landing, Washington. David Sohappy, Sr. holding B.I.A. eviction notice.
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 2
Myra Sohappy, Vickie Jim, Cooks Landing, Washington
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 2
Myra Sohappy preparing salmon for drying; Cooks Landing, Washington
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 2
Myra Sohappy preparing salmon for drying; Cooks Landing, Washington
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 2
Andrew David; Warm Springs, Oregon
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 2
Andrew David; Warm Springs, Oregon
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 3
Leona Schuster and her burnt home, Celilo Village
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 3
David and Myra Sohappy picture in beaded frame; Cooks Landing, Washington
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 3
David and Myra Sohappy picture in beaded frame; Cooks Landing, Washington
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 3
Wa He Lut Indian School Students; Frank's Landing, Washington [Marriage reenactment student onlookers]
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 3
Cook's Landing, Washington [landscape]
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 3
Klickitat, Lower River
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 3
Mouth of Klickitat River
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 4
The Klickitat River. [View down of water rushing through tight rocky channel, with fishing platforms.]
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 4
The Klickitat River. [View down of water rushing through tight rocky channel, with fishing platforms.]
8x10, gelatin silver print
11 4
Klickitat River fisher. [Tribal man on fishing platform using dip net.]
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 4
Klickitat sub-chief Johnny Jackson, a Yakama tribal member, lives in Underwood, Washington, the site of a former Indian fishing village. Jackson is active in promoting Indian rights and education about the Columbia River and its tributaries. The rivers ar
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 4
Lyle Point and the Columbia River. Klickitat sub-chief Johnny Jackson on point. [Standing on fishing platform, silhouetted against river. Tipi on headland beside him.]
8x10, gelatin silver print
11 4
Sauvie's Island, OR. [Row of trees reflected in high water.]
8x10, gelatin silver print
11 4
Lyle Point, WA. [Spectacular view of headlands, sand bar and river.]
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 4
David Sohappy, Jr., Columbia River. [Young man holding salmon while other men unload.]
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 4
Fish buyers; Towal, Washington. [Dan Barber on shore lifting sturgeon from crate, by scales and beached boats.]
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 4
Cook's Landing in-lieu site. [View of shore and jetty, automobiles, trailer and cabin.]
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 4
David Sohappy; Cook's Landing, Washington. [Sohappy seated on hill overlooking shore and jetty, automobiles, trailer and cabin.]
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 4
David Sohappy, Sr. Cook's Landing, Washington. [Portrait, framed by fish nets.]
8x10, gelatin silver print
11 4
Lyle Point protest action. [Large group of people gathered at shore by three tipis and many automobiles.]
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 4
Eviction notice held by David Sohappy, Andy Sohappy and wife to David's right; Cook's Landing, Washington. [Family gathered outside cabin; David Sohappy at center displaying letter to photographer.]
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 4
The arrest of David Sohappy; Toppenish, WA. [Close view of two tribal policemen escorting Sohappy away from shore.]
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 4
David Sohappy Jr. and David Sohappy Sr., Toppenish, Yakama Tribal Jail. [Both men seated, barefoot, wearing inmate jumpsuits.]
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 4
David Sohappy mending fish nets; Cook's Landing, Washington
16x20, gelatin silver print; 11x14, matted.
11 5
Minyakee Wa-He-Lut Indian School; Frank's Landing, Washington. [Portrait of girl in regalia.]
11x14, print, color
11 5
Wedding reenactment and pageant, Wa-He-Lut Indian School; Olympia, Washington. [Rear view of procession of eight children in regalia.]
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 5
Celilo Village beautification landscape project. [Three men working at fence, planting.]
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 5
Myra Sohappy; Cook's Landing, Washington. [Portrait of matriarch.]
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 5
Myra and David Sohappy with grandson, Dustin Wyena; Cook's Landing, Washington. [Boy in grandfather's lap, seated beside grandmother against cabin wall.]
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 5
Breakfast at the Sohappy's. Barbara "Bobby" Sohappy braiding hair of Edna. [Interior, family eating at picnic table, child standing on bench.]
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 5
Cynthia Espirto, Malinda Kishwalk. [Women in regalia, seated on park bench, leaning together and laughing.]
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 5
The Spino family. [Five women, laughing together, posed outside a trailer.]
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 5
Childcare in the Spino family; Murdock, Washington. Andrie Spino, adult; Lew Allen Sampson, 4 mos.; Annie Sampson, 5 years. [Interior with laughing child and woman giving baby a bottle.]
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 5
Ray Jay Estrada; Underwood, Washington. [Portrait of smiling child.]
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 5
Tuutawaisa's funeral; Warm Springs, Oregon. [Man chanting, holding eagle feather aloft, attended by mourners for David Sohappy.]
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 5
The funeral of David Sohappy; White Swan, Washington. [Mourners for Tuutawaisa, gathered around grave, with upraised hands.]
11x14, gelatin silver print
11 5
Tuutawaisa's funeral; Warm Springs, Oregon. [Wagon transporting body of David Sohappy, attended by mourners.]
16x20, gelatin silver print; 11x14, matted.
12 1
Ed Edmo, Metropolitan Learning Center; Portland, Oregon
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 2
Ed Edmo, Metropolitan Learning Center; Portland, Oregon
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 3
Ed Edmo, Metropolitan Learning Center; Portland, Oregon
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 4
Ed Edmo, Metropolitan Learning Center; Portland, Oregon
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 5
Ed Edmo, Metropolitan Learning Center; Portland, Oregon
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 6
Ed Edmo, One Man Show; Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center, Portland
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 7
Ed Edmo, One Man Show; Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center, Portland
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 8
Ed Edmo, One Man Show; Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center, Portland
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 9
Ed Edmo, One Man Show; Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center, Portland
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 10
Ed Edmo, One Man Show; Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center, Portland
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 11
Jay Minthorn (Umatilla) and Wilfred Yallup (Yakama), Meeting at Celilo Village, Oregon
10x6, gelatin silver print
12 12
Paul Smartlowit (Yakama) and Leroy Yocash, Salmon Scam Meeting; Celilo Village, Oregon
5x7, gelatin silver print
12 13
Wa He Lut, Indian School Pageant; Frank's Landing, Washington
5x7, gelatin silver print
12 14
Wa He Lut, Indian School Pageant; Frank's Landing, Washington
5x7, gelatin silver print
12 15
"The Trolls", Thomas Mosqueda's dwelling; The Dalles, Oregon
5x8, gelatin silver print
12 16
Emily Oatman and children; Cascade Lochs, Oregon
5x7, gelatin silver print
12 17
Nettie Jackson and grandson, Root Digging trip; Mount Hood National Forest, Oregon
5x7, gelatin silver print
12 18
Klickitat basket maker, Nettie Jackson, gathering for root collecting; Mount Hood National Forest, Oregon
5x7, gelatin silver print
12 19
Testing Roots, Nettie Jackson and daughter Sharon; Mount Hood National Forest, Oregon
5x7, gelatin silver print
12 20
Klickitat Basket Maker, Nettie Jackson; Mount Hood National Forest, Oregon
5x7, gelatin silver print
12 21
Testing Roots, Nettie Jackson and daughter Sharon, Mount Hood National Forest, Oregon
5x7, gelatin silver print
12 22
Margaret Palmer (Saluskin), Yakama Federal Court
5x7, gelatin silver print
12 23
The Dave Family Cemetery; Lyle, Washington
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 24
Leonard Dave, Lyle Salmon Feast; Lyle Fishery
5x7, gelatin silver print
12 25
Andrie Spens and Leonard Dave Jr.; Murdock, Washington
5x7, gelatin silver print
12 26
Wilbur Slocklish with salmon, Klickitat River
5x7, gelatin silver print
12 27
Lucinda Green; Warm Springs, Oregon
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 28
Lucinda Green; Warm Springs, Oregon
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 29
Lucinda Green, Kah Neeta background; Warm Springs, Oregon
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 30
Lucinda Green; Warm Springs, Oregon
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 31
Margaret Palmer, Lyle Point Gathering
5x7, gelatin silver print
12 32
Lyle Point Gathering, protest against development
5x7, gelatin silver print
12 33
Lyle Point Support Group
5x7, gelatin silver print
12 34
Lyle Point Gathering, Medicine Woman Louise Billy, Margaret Palmer
5x7, gelatin silver print
12 35
Margaret Palmer, center of media attention, Lyle Point Gathering
5x7, gelatin silver print
12 36
Paul Kuneki showing boat travelers fish from his family's scaffold, Columbia River, Bingen, Washington
5x7, gelatin silver print
12 38
Klickitat County, Commissioner Wayne E. Shelman and Wilbur Slockish Sr., Lyle Point hearing
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 39
Buck Kindness, Lonepine in-lieu site; The Dalles, Oregon
5x7, gelatin silver print
12 40
Sohappy family Child
5x7, gelatin silver print
12 41
Cook's Landing, Columbia River, Sohappy Children
5x7, gelatin silver print
12 43
John Quaempts
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 44
Barbara and Edna Tainewasher; Cook's Landing, Washington
5x7, gelatin silver print
12 45
Mouth of Klickitat River
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 46
Cook's Landing in-lieu site
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 47
Deformed fish from nets of Kenny McCloud, Columbia River; Towal, Washington
5x7, gelatin silver print
12 48
Underwood in-lieu site, home of Johnny Jackson; Underwood, Washington
5x7, gelatin silver print
12 50
Brycene Neaman, Curator, Yakama Nation Museum, Bonneville Dam artifact repatriation
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 51
Marilyn Malatare, Yakama Nation Museum Registrar, Bonneville Dam artifact repatriation
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 53
Brycene Neaman, Yakama Nation Museum, Bonneville Dam artifact repatriation project
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 54
Bonnie Sohappy, crew member from Cook's Landing in-lieu site, Bonneville Dam Repatriation Project
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 55
Marilyn Malatare, Yakama Nation Museum Registrar, Bonneville Dam Repatriation Project
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 56
Mike George (Yakama), scaffold construction, Columbia River, Lonepine in-lieu site; The Dalles, Oregon
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 57
Mike George (Yakama), scaffold construction, Columbia River, Lonepine in-lieu site; The Dalles, Oregon [close-up]
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 58
Lefty Wild Eagle; Klamath Falls, Oregon [board-mounted]
9x6, gelatin silver print
12 59
[unidentified child floating in water]
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 60
Maggie Jim playing Cat's Cradle with Grandson, Underwood in lieu-site
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 61
Pilatch, Warm Springs
5x7, gelatin silver print
12 62
Mask Maker, Lillian Pitt; Portland, Oregon
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 63
Story teller, Ed Edmo, Big Mountain Support Group; Portland, Oregon
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 64
Artist Phillip Minthorn, Umatilla/ Cayuse; Portland, Oregon
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 65
In Lieu-site Eviction notice Protest, The Jims from Celilo Village; Underwood, Washington,
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 66
Warm Springs Cowboy/Rancher
5x7, gelatin silver print
12 67
Warm Springs Cowboy/hand
5x7, gelatin silver print
12 68
Michael George (Yakama), Delta Park Pow Wow; Portland, Oregon,
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 69
Chinook [salmon], Lyle Fishery
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 70
[Feather Head Dress hanging from side mirror of pick-up truck]
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 71
Willamette Falls, Kenny Wahpat, Duane Clark, [mending net]
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 72
Ethnic Heritage Award awarded to Nettie Jackson; Olympia, Washington. Left to right: Brycene Neaman, Valarie Jim Calac, Mary Schlick
5x7, gelatin silver print
12 73
Left to right: Nettie Jackson, Mike Lowry, [unidentified woman], Alan Olney (Yakama)
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 74
Yakama Nation Veteran's Ceremony; Toppenish, Washington
5x7, gelatin silver print
12 75
Ted Martin, Marven James, Jeff Sohappy, Willamette Falls
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 76
Rock Creek Chief, Frederick Ike, Sr.
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 77
Willamette Falls, Robert Wahpat, Sr.
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 78
Willamette Falls, Robert Wahpat, Sr.
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 79
Yakama Indian Nation law enforcement officers, Willamette Falls
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 80
Willamette Falls, Robert Wahpat, Sr.
8x10, gelatin silver print
12 83
Leona Schuster and Family; Toppenish, Washington
5x7, gelatin silver print
12 84
Yakama Indian Nation, Seniors' Helpers, Cynthia Esperto, Malinda Kishwalk
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 1
Tuutawaisa's Funeral, Simnasho Cemetery; Warm Springs, Oregon. Andrew David (Tuutawaisa) in coffin, Andrew George ringing bell, Frankie Spino to left of coffin
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 2
Tuutawaisa's Funeral, Simnasho Cemetery; Warm Springs, Oregon. Grave offerings [horse] in foreground, casket bearers in background.
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 3
Tuutawaisa's Funeral, Simnasho Cemetery; Warm Springs, Oregon. Left to right: Levi George, Andy Lucas (holding feather, singing funeral song), Lonnie Selam, Walter Speedis
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 4
Elder and Leader Lucinda Green; Warm Springs, Oregon
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 5
Lyle Point, Columbia River, Chief Johnny Jackson [includes caption note]
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 6
Left to right: Mona, Geneva, Andrie, Joyce, and Delores Spino [mother]. Lyle Salmon Feast, Klickitat River; Lyle, Washington
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 7
Left to right: Johnny Jackson, and Arita and Harold Dave. Support Group Gathering [regarding eviction from in-lieu sites], Underwood, Washington
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 8
Ray Jay Estrada; Underwood, Washington
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 9
Klickitat Chief Johnny Jackson; Underwood, Washington
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 10
Dan Barber, with sturgeon, Kenny McCloud (Umatilla); Towal, Washington [fish buyers weighing fish]
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 11
Kathy Barker [foreground], Dan Barker, Kenny McCloud, Tony Hoptowit [Cayuse, wearing hat in boat]
5x7, gelatin silver print
15 12
Margaret Palmer, Lyle Point Protest, Yakama Federal Court; Yakama, Washington
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 13
Anthony Wesley (Yakama), Klickitat River
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 14
unidentified Indian fisher, Klickitat River, Washington
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 15
Jerry White holding Chinook, Lyle Fisher, Klickitat River
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 16
Oliver Pimms, Klickitat River, Washington
8x10, color
15 17
Ceremonial bell used during religious services at Lyle Point Support Group
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 18
Child selling jewelry, Lyle Point Support Group gathering
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 19
Left to right: Paul Kuneki, Joe Barbosa, Charlie Kuneki (Yakama). Mending nets, St. Johns in-lieu site near Bonneville Dam
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 20
Fred Ike, Rock Creek Chief, Lyle Point Gathering Sunday services
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 21
Fred Ike, Rock Creek Chief, and Jay Letto, Lyle Point Gathering
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 22
Dove carving, significant in Celilo Village religion
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 23
Leona Schuster standing in center of her burnt home, holding photo of what home looked like originally, Celilo Village
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 24
Leona Schuster standing in center of her burnt home, Celilo Village
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 25
Wilson Wewa; Warm Springs, Oregon
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 26
Wilson Wewa; Warm Springs, Oregon
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 27
Viola Kalama, Wasco Elder; Warm Springs, Oregon
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 28
Viola Kalama, Wasco Elder; Warm Springs, Oregon
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 29
Sally and Herb Buck; Murdock, Washington
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 31
Caroline Tohet; Warm Springs, Oregon
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 33
Left to right: Ron Jim, Loren Delaney, Sanders George. Landscaping at Celilo Village; Celilo, Oregon
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 34
Tipi Display at Crates Point, opening of The Discovery Center; The Dalles, Oregon
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 35
Tipi Display at Crates Point, opening of The Discovery Center; The Dalles, Oregon
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 36
Two Competitors, power line and tree, Big Eddy Substation; The Dalles, Oregon
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 37
Stephanie Pratt, sleeping upright in cradleboard; Wishram, Washington
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 38
Susie Slockish, Stephanie Pratt; Wishram, Washington
5x8, gelatin silver print
15 39
Bill Simmon's American Indian Movement jacket emblem; Portland, Oregon
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 40
Roger Dick, Jr. harvesting blueback from scaffold off Highway 14 near Sauter's Beach; Lyle, Washington
8x10, gelatin silver print
15 41
JoAnn Palmanteer (Yakama), Bonneville Dam, Washington
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 1
Cynthia Espirto, Malinda Kishwalk; White Salmon, Washington [Women in regalia, seated on park bench, leaning together and laughing.]
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 2
Malinda Kishwalk prepares steelhead for monthly Yakama Nation seniors' lunch; White Salmon, Washington
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 3
Wa He Lut Indian School; Frank's Landing, Washington [wedding reenactment and pageant]
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 6
"Cowboy wedding," between Warm Springs tribal member, Casey Green and Dianne (Kah Neeta); Warm Springs, Oregon
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 7
Leslie and Floppy the Horse; Warm Springs, Oregon
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 8
Adele George looking through camera set-up, Salmonscam meeting; Celilo, Oregon
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 9
Klickitat River
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 10
Left to right: Writers Liz Woody, Vince Wannasy, Diane Million; Portland, Oregon
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 11
Jacob Hunt Circa 1922; Husum, Washington
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 12
Jake Hunt Grave; Husum, Washington
4x6, gelatin silver print
16 13
Artist Phillip Minthorn, Umatilla/ Cayuse; Portland, Oregon
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 14
Lew Allen Sampson (4 months), Annie Sampson (5 years), Danita Sampson (not pictured), Andrie Spino (mother), Murdock, Washington
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 15
Lyle Point, Washington [landscape]
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 16
David Sohappy, Sr.; Cook's Landing, Washington [mending nets]
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 17
David Sohappy Sr., Cook's Landing [portrait]
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 18
Breakfast at the Sohappy's, Cooks Landing, Washington: Barbara, Edna, Myra, Sam, and Bobby Sohappy, Bobby's Husband
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 19
Myra Sohappy; Cooks Landing, Washington
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 20
David and Myra Sohappy with grandson Dustin Wyena; Cook's Landing, Washington
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 21
Loretta Sohappy, Andy Sohappy, David Sohappy Senior (holding eviction notice from BIA), Dustin Wyena, Edith Sampson, Lonnie Moses, Tanya Sohappy; Cook's Landing, Washington
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 22
Andy and Loretta Sohappy reading eviction notice; Cook's Landing, Washington
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 23
Checking gill nets on the Columbia River: Andy Sohappy, Josh (stern of boat), John
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 24
Cook's Landing in-lieu Site, Columbia River
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 25
Myra Sohappy, Planner's Rock, Yakama Reservation
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 26
Arrest of David Sohappy by Yakama Indian Nation tribal police
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 27
David Sohappy Sr. and Jr., Yakama Tribal Jail; Toppenish, Washington
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 28
David Sohappy Sr. and Jr., Yakama Tribal Jail; Toppenish, Washington
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 29
David Sohappy Sr., Tribal Court Hearing; Toppenish, Washington
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 30
The Sohappys, Geiger Correction Center
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 31
David Sohappy Sr. and Jr. in their cell at Geiger Correction Center; Spokane, Washington
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 32
David Sohappy Senior, Geiger Correction Center, Spokane; Washington
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 33
David Sohappy Senior, Geiger Correction Center, Spokane; Washington
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 34
Left to right: Geraldine Jim, Myra Sohappy, and Wilfred Jim, Geiger Corrections Center; Spokane, Washington
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 35
Geraldine and Wilfred Jim visit David Sohappy Sr., Geiger Corrections Center; Spokane, Washington
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 36
Funeral of David Sohappy; White Swan, Washington
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 37
Funeral of David Sohappy; White Swan, Washington
8x10, gelatin silver print
16 38
J.C. Eaglesmith (Shawnee Muskokee), Pow Wow Flag Ceremony; Ashland, Oregon
8x10, gelatin silver print
Subseries C: Slides
Box Folder
9 2
River People slides [2 pages of slides. Subjects: Sohappy family members; Klickitat River; Columbia River; Rodeo; White Salmon, Washington]

Series III:  Audio Visual materialsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
1 14
Audio recordings of The River People
Guide to audio recordings in the collection
5
Myra Sohappy and Family, Cooks Landing [audio, 2 cassette tapes]
5
Toppenish Elders' History [audio, 3 cassette tapes]
5
CRITFC Workshop on Lacey Act, The Dalles [audio, 3 cassette tapes]
5
Washington Side of the Oregon Trail, Brycene Neaman [audio, 2 cassette tapes]
5
Andrew David and David Sohappy, Oregon Health Sciences University [audio, 2 cassette tapes]
5
Toppenish Yakama Sovereignty Trial, David Sohappy [audio, 3 cassette tapes]
5
Wilbur and Suzie Slockish, [audio, 2 cassette tapes]
5
Myra Sohappy/Julia Cameron [audio, 1 cassette tape]
5
Wilson Wewa [audio, 1 cassette tape]
6
The Point: Legacy of the River People [VHS]
6
Indigenous Environmental Network; Protecting Mother Earth [VHS]
6
David Sohappy Senior, David Sohappy Junior, One half of Side B [audio, 1 cassette tape]
6
Ted Strong, Executive Director of Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission: "A Tribal Perspective on the Northwest Salmon Crisis." Lecture at University of Oregon [audio, 1 cassette tape]
6
KBOO Wind Project [audio, 1 cassette tape]
6
Salmon Scam Meeting at Y. I. N. Agency [audio, 1 cassette tape]
6
Lyle Point Feast Speeches [audio, 1 cassette tape]
6
Johnny Jackson on Celilo [audio, 1 cassette tape]
6
J. Jackson, Language Winds [audio, 1 cassette tape]
6
David Sohappy Senior, David Sohappy Junior, Geier Work Release, Spokane, Washington, Half of Side A, Interviewed by Jacqueline Moreau [audio, 1 cassette tape]

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Fishing—Salmon
  • Indians of North America--Treaties
  • Native Americans
  • Photographers--Oregon
  • Photographers—Women
  • Geographical Names :
  • Celilo (Or.)--Photographs
  • Columbia River--Photographs
  • Oregon—Columbia River
  • United States--Washington (State)--Yakama Indian Reservation (Wash.)
  • White Salmon (Wash.)--Photographs
  • Yakama Indian Reservation (Wash.)--Photographs
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Oral histories
  • Photographs
  • videocassette (VHS)
  • Other Creators :
    • Personal Names :
    • Moreau, Jacqueline (donor)