Native American chiefs Frank Seelatse and Jimmy Noah Saluskin of the Yakama tribe pose with the U.S. Capitol behind them in 1927.
Chiefs Frank Seelatse and Jimmy Noah Saluskin in front of Capitol, 1927
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