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William and Eliza Stone Hutchens, “Brother” & “Fighting Squaw”.
Uncle Art and his Indian friends try to scare everyone.
Bush Head the Chief had kinky hair that stuck out from his head all over and was strung with beads at intervals.
Indians attempt to scare the Hutchens children.
Indian women cooking and gathering.
Traditional Shoshone clothing and marriage ceremonies.
When an Indian leaves his tepee, he puts a forked stick against the flap or opening of his tent.
Little Indian girls use to come and play with the white children.
The settlers and the Indians had a treaty… but the rude things we say or think can violate that…
Indian mothers would take the babies out of their papoose packs and put them in the cold water and rub them until they were clean.
William Hutchens was always a friend to the Indians.
Jack Indian comes to visit and asks Mary if she would be his squaw, in the fun of course.