The postcard image in the very back reads, "Oregon Indian Chief".
The two Indians standing together in the back are Pendleton
Cayuse Indians. The center Indian is from The Dalles, Oregon. Little
Chief is a Umatilla Indian boy, and Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce is the
Indian in the front. All of the photos in the upper bar are Warm Springs
Indians. All photos are the property of, R. Gess Smith,
and have been digitally enhanced.


Oregon Native Son Magazine 1900: The Stampede to Red Dog * Includes 1865 Indian Ambush Story
Postcard Image of Chief Joseph
Oregon Native Son 1899 - An Interesting Letter by T.J. Small re; Indian War
Oregon Native Son 1899 - Why the Indian Fears Golden Hair
Centennial History of Oregon - Native Population of Oregon in 1842
Centennial History of Oregon - The Indians of the Old Oregon Country
Centennial History of Oregon - The Whitman Massacre
Photograph Umatilla Indian Boy
Portrait of Chief Joseph
Native American Picture Postcards
1907 Photos - Undomesticated Indians - Warm Springs Reservation
1813 Fate of the American ship Tonquin
History of the Rogue River Indian War 1853 -1854
Claimants of the Rogue River Indian War 1854
1900 Oregon Native Son Historical Magazine - Indian Lore
Letters from Oregon Volunteers - Cayuse Indian War 1848
Roster 1st Regiment Or. Rifleman Cayuse Indian War 1848
Letter by Mary Marsh Cason re; Whitman Massacre 1847
Article re; Indian Slavery & Disposition of the Dead 1843
Officers in Command Battle of Four Lakes 1858
The Oregon Matter ~ Boston Cultivator 1845
Account of the Bannock Indian War 1878
Dead Indian Creek
Murderers Creek
Brief History of the Bannock Indian War
Old Camp Watson
Letter Regarding Indian Wars 1873
Captain Wilkinson's Indian School at Forest Grove
Oregon Pioneer Ralph Fisk relates Indian Stories
Misc. California Newspaper Articles re; Oregon Indian Wars