PENDLETON - A new exhibit at Tamastslikt Cultural Institute, 72789 Highway 331, "Tall in the Saddle: 100 Years of the Pendleton Round-Up," will run July 23-January 2011.
It features more than 400 artifacts, including early Round-Up photographs, Jackson Sundown's prized silver-studded saddle and loans from both the Autry and Cody museums.
It highlights the gamut of individuals who left lasting imprints, such as Roy Raley, the citizen with a vision; cowboys and cowgirls competing as early professional athletes; African-American and American Indian rodeo champions and court royalty both Indian and non-Indian.
Collected from many local and distant sources, the collaborative exhibit represents the largest collection of artifacts about the Pendleton Round-Up experience.
For more information, call Tamastslikt Cultural Institute at 541-966-9748 or visit www.tamastslikt.org.