|Title||Cowlitz/Wenatchi named Shyumus Koquilton, Washington, ca.1905 |
|Photographer||Barnes, A. H. (Albert Henry), b. 1876 |
|Studio Location||United States--Washington (State)--Tacoma |
|Notes||Posed portrait of Shyumus Koquilton, in western dress.|
Note from unidentified source: Shyumus Koquilton, son of a Wenatchee chief and a Cowlitz
woman, who worked at Fort Nisqually and saved a white boy during White River massacre.
He died on Yakima Reservation in 1908.
|Subjects||Koquilton, Shyumus; Portraits--Washington (State); Wenatchi Indians |
|Location Depicted||United States--Washington (State) |
|Object Type||Photographs |
|Negative Number||NA1054 |
|Digital Collection||American Indians of the Pacific Northwest Images|
|Collection||Albert Henry Barnes Collection no. 542 |
|Repository||University of Washington Libraries. Special Collections Division|
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|Transmission Data||Image/JPEG |