Pendleton, Oregon Nez Perce Katie Harris. The Nez Perce Horse is a spotted horse breed of the Nez Perce tribe of Idaho. The Nez Perce Horse Registry (NPHR) program began in 1995 in Lapwai, Idaho and is based on cross-breeding the old-line Appaloosa horses (the Wallowa herd) with an ancient Central Asian breed called Akhal-Teke.
Chief Joseph. (There's a lesson here for everyone one of us, regardless of heritage.)
In his final years, Chief Joseph, (Chief of Nez Perce), spoke eloquently against the injustices of U.S. Government policies and racial discrimination against Indigenous peoples and he held out hope that America's promise of freedom and equality would one day be fulfilled for Native Americans as well
Yellow Wolf, loner in the Nez Perce WarNative American Indian Stories
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Yellow Wolf - Nez Perce - no date This man wrote a book about the Nez Perce war. It was an excellent view of that war through the eyes of this man. He wrote, that they did not start the war. It was a U.S. General that " showed us the rifle".
1840-1905 Chief Joseph was the leader of one band of the Nez Perce people (Nimi'ipuu). The Nez Perce resided in the plateaus, mountains and gorges of northeastern Oregon, southeastern Washington, and western Idaho. The legend of Chief Joseph and his famous retreat has long symbolized the loss of native peoples' lives and cultures in the late nineteenth century American West.
Details about Flight of the Nez Perce : circa 1877 : Giclee Print (indian map)
Flight of the Nez Perce : circa 1877 : Giclee Print (indian map) #map
Chief Joseph and family. “Look into Chief Joseph’s face. What was he thinking and feeling at that moment? I believe this photograph is one of the most revealing portraits in our collection. You can see great dignity, pride, intelligence, and sadness in Joseph’s face and body language as well as tension, and perhaps some anger.” - Elaine Miller