Little Ike at his home in Somes Bar

Collection: People's Center Collection of Historic Photographs

Series: Historic-People

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They called him Fish Ike, and he used to take salmon out to Fort Jones to sell.  He used to dip at Ike's Creek or Ishi Pishi.  They'd have their ceremonies at Amakiarium and come across the river at Asunumkarak (our side of the river) and go up on the hill there and make medicine.  

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