Puget Sound Indian in a canoe
Original caption: a Siwash Indian in his canoe. From a memoir by Oregon Trail pioneer Ezra Meeker, in a section describing exploration of the Puget Sound area in the mid 1800s. Note: The term "Siwash" does not indicate a specific Native American people; the term comes from Chinook jargon, and was a generic and pejorative term for Native Americans. Image date: ca. 1922.
Image ID: 001591
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Image size: 7.8 Mpixels (22.4 MB uncompressed) - 2574x3036 pixels (8.5x10.1 in / 21.8x25.7 cm at 300 dpi)
Image keywords: 19th-century-AD, American Indians, Americas, Chinook jargon, Eon4925, EonBudget, Ezra Meeker, Illustrations, Modern-Industrial, Native Americans, Old West, Oregon Territory, Oregon Trail, People, Peoples-Cultures, Puget Sound, Siwash, Washington, boats, canoes, homesteading, pioneers, trailblazing