Numerous resources digitally available, including: The Lucullus V. McWhorter Photograph Collection: over 225 photographs and other items from the collection of Lucullus V. McWhorter. The images include portraits of prominent Nez Perce warriors and battlefield sites from the 1877 Nez Perce war. As well as issues of The North American Indian, " The Real American (also published as The American Indian, The North American Indian, and The North American Indian Weekly) was a newspaper published in northwestern Washington state by Philip Hugh Howell from 1922 into 1927. It dealt primarily with Native American issues. It was apparently followed by the annual American Indian Year Book, which was published at least through 1947, excepting World War II years." The L. V. McWhorter Native American Artifact Collection: The L. V. McWhorter Native American Artifact Collection contains cultural and historical relics of the Yakama, Nez Perce, Bannock, and Flathead tribes. Between 1926 and 1935. Kimble Northwest History Database: this database includes newspaper clippings collected and organized in the late 1930s by historians working for the Works Progress Administration to document Pacific Northwest life from 1900-1938. Subjects include: the Bonneville and Grand Coulee Dams, mining, Native Americans, government, the CCC and the WPA, and many more. Cull A. White Photograph Collection: Cull A. White collected photographs of the history of the peoples of north-central Washington. His 260 images focus on the lives of Native Americans and the lives of pioneer settlers. Nez Perce Photograph Collection: 73 images of Nez Perce individuals and groups, most in studio settings, ca. 1877-1905. The images comprise several unrelated sets of pictures, all purchased at auction in 1989. The Frank Fuller Avery Image Collection consists of over 800 images taken by Avery between 1901 and 1916 while assigned to the Colville Indian Agency.
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