National American Indian Heritage Month
24 in HIGH x 18 in WIDE
(60.96 cm HIGH x 45.72 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Bottom center has circular, white logo and white text reading "Washington State / Department of Transportation".

This is a brown poster with a close-up image of woven basketry in the top half of the page. There is an illustration of an old car with four Native American figures standing around and in it in the upper half of the page. There are tipis in the background and notes surrounding the sketch, which has a printed signature in the bottom left corner. A note in the bottom right corner of the image reads "Strong Eagle In His 1930''s Two Seater Ford . With Prairie Chicken Dancers All Around Him". A note in the upper right corner reads "2002 Ledger Graphite Drawing / on 1896 Empire Linen Ledger Paper / By George Flett - Spokan Tribe / Spokan Indian Reservation / Cayuse Mountain / Wellpoint, Washington." There is a line of phonetic location for indigenous words below the image. Small text translates the phrase as "We are working together in all things; We are thinking alike; We are pooling our resources". Large, yellow and red text in the lower center part of the page reads "National / American Indian / Heritage Month" with small text below that reading "November 2004". There is a rectangular drawing of a feather and smaller rectangular portion of the basketry pattern at the bottom of the page. |
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