|Title||People, mostly Native Americans, sitting among beached canoes at Neah Bay |
|Photographer||Morse, Samuel G. (Samuel Gay), 1859-1921 |
|Notes||Handwritten and printed on image: SG Morse, Port Angeles, Wn, 69.|
Additional image information taken from the North Olympic Library System's Kellogg Master Index, including the following notes:
People are playing Slahal (bone game) with Canadians.
One member of team conceals two bones, one marked and one unmarked and the opposing team guesses which hand holds the unmarked one.
George Gibbs from Ditidaht in the center of photo with white shirt has the bones.
Team members Sam Williams, Peter Dick and others sing and beat drums.
Image included in the following books: 'Portrait in Time' by Makah Cultural and Research Center, 'The Nootkan Indian' by John Sendey and 'Neah Bay, Washington' by Charles Hoonan.
|Subjects (LCTGM)||Canoes--Washington (State)--Neah Bay|
Beaches--Washington (State)--Neah Bay
Coastlines--Washington (State)--Neah Bay
Waterfronts--Washington (State)--Neah Bay
Buildings--Washington (State)--Neah Bay
People--Washington (State)--Neah Bay
|Subjects (LCSH)||Indians of North America--Washington (State)--Neah Bay|
Makah Indian Reservation (Wash.)
|Personal Names||Gibbs, George|
|Location Depicted||United States--Washington (State)--Olympic Peninsula--Clallam County--Neah Bay |
|Digital Collection||North Olympic Library Digital Collection |
|Item Number||indn actv 016 |
|Ordering Information||Items cannot be ordered |
|Repository||North Olympic Library, Port Angeles, WA |
|Repository Collection||Bert Kellogg Collection |
|Object Type||Photograph |
|Physical Description||1 slide : b&w ; 35 mm. |
|Digital Image Information||All images were scanned from 35mm positive transparencies using Microtek flatbed scanners set at 2400 ppi and saved as TIFFs. Using Adobe Photoshop 8.0, resized to 700 pixels wide or 600 pixels high (whichever was greater) or higher if required for legibility, adjusted the histogram, sharpened and saved using JPEG compression at quality rating 3. |
|Image File Name||indnactv--16 |
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