Hop Pickers, Near Skokomish Reservation - c. 1900


Hop Pickers, Near Skokomish Reservation

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We don't know the names of these women or their daughters, but they are typical of many residents of the Skokomish Reservation who worked in nearby hop fields at the turn of the last century. The Skokomish Reservation was formed in 1855 and is the home of descendents of nine Twana village communities, of which Skokomish was the largest. Located along the Hood Canal in Mason County, the reservation currently comprises eight square miles and has a population of about 750.

-- This photo is restored and printed by Old Oregon.

Additional Information

Item Number AA1043
Photographer Unknown
Location Washington State
Subject Farming and Ranching, Group Portraits, Native Americans
Decade 1900s
Print Maker Old Oregon
Original Type Cabinet Card
Size of Original 3.2 x 4.7 inches
Photographer's Number No