National Geographic : 1933 Feb
U iNational uteograpnic society ART FROM THE TEPEES FILLS CURIO STORES Grass and porcupine-quill baskets and beadwork wrought by Wash ington Indians, and blankets and totem poles made by members of Alaskan tribes attract shoppers everywhere in the Evergreen State. At remote trading posts these articles are accepted in payment for supplies. Finlay Direct Color Photographs by Clifton Adams ANCIENT PICTOGRAPHS ATSPOKANE REMAIN UNFADED Colville ancestors of Packie Scutlei (White Fawn) found these rock paintings on canyon walls ofthe Little Spokane more than acentury ago. Mystery shrouds both the origin of thepictures and thenature ofthepig ments. Near by is a historic battlefield oftheNez Perces and Blackfeet.