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Apolonia Susana Santos' oil painting, on display at the Maryhill
Musuem of Art near Goldendale, Wash., shows women dressed in the
traditional clothing of tribes the Lewis and Clark expedition
encountered in 1805. Santos' artwork is part of a new contemporary
American Indian art exhibit at the Maryhill Musuem of Art near
Goldendale, Wash., running through Nov. 15.

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American Indian artists reflect on legacy of Lewis and Clark

In Miles Miller's work, "Peace, Peese, Sinew," doll-size human figures dangle, mobile-style, from the ceiling at the Maryhill Museum of Art. Their hands are bound.

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