Also known as the Twana, the Skokomish, are a Native American tribe in western Washington state. The tribe lives along Hood Canal, on the west side of the Kitsap Peninsula and the Puget Sound basin. Historically, the Twana were hunters, fishers, and gatherers who had a nomadic lifestyle during the warmer months, while living in more permanent homes during the winter months.
Photo by Edward S. Curtis, 1913
- Joe Lamoose, Flathead Tribe
- Dewey Beard, His Wife, and Daughter. Lakota, 1880-1910
- Couple Built Greenhouse Around Home To Grow Food And Keep Warm
- Iron White Man, a Sioux Indian
- Chief Little Wound, Oglala Lakota, 1870-1890