Clarence Burke Commemorative Blanket

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Approx. 64 x 80 inches. Chief Clarence Burke was the most photographed Chief in America. He was born in 1889 and died in 1987. Born in Cayuse, Chief Burke was the Chief for all Confederated Umatilla tribes. His Father, Chief Poker Jim was the first Chief for the Pendleton Round-Up. With the passing of Chief Clarence, it ended the era of Native and White Man's relations. Light grey on the front of the blanket, with the portait coming out in black. Numbered #44, no longer in production.

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