Pendleton Round-Up



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Rosalie Tashwick Kanine with horse and three unidentified boys at Pendleton Round-Up?

Full-length portrait of Rosalie Tashwick Kanine and three unidentified boys standing in a row with a horse, probably during the Pendleton Round-Up in Pendleton, Oregon. They are posing in front of a group of tipis. Kanine is wearing a fringed dress with beadwork and a beaded headband with a single feather at the back. The boys are wearing collared shirts; one is wearing trousers and the other two are wearing knickers. Cataloger’s note: Kanine and the probable context were identified by staff at the Tamástslikt Cultural Institute of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation.

Photograph of Sam Jackson rodeo trophy

Photograph of a picture of a trophy. On the top of the trophy is a figure of a cowboy on a bucking horse. The cowboy’s rope trails down the front of the base, where it spells the words “Sam Jackson Trophy.” On the front of the base is an image of a mock Oregon Journal front page, with the text “WORLD’S CHAMPION COWBOY WINS BIG PENDLETON ROUND-UP TROPHY / WINNER RECEIVES HANDSOME AWARD FOR ARENA SKILL.” Charles Samuel (Sam) Jackson was the owner of the East Oregonian newspaper in Pendleton; he took over the Oregon Journal in 1902.