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    • Old Man Afraid Of His Horses

    • Studio portrait of a Native American (Oglala Sioux) man, identified as Man Afraid Of His Horses. He wears a blanket wrapped around his shoulders, cloth bound braids, and an eagle feather in his hair. In his hands he holds a pipe and feathers.
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    • [between 1870 and 1890?]
    • Chief Little Wound, Sioux

    • Standing studio portrait of Native American (Oglala Sioux) Chief Little Wound. He wears a breech cloth, a decoratively beaded hide shirt, and a full length eagle feather headdress. He holds a pipe and a beaded pouch in his hands.
    • Bell, C. M. (Charles Milton), ca. 1849-1893.
    • [between 1870 and 1890?]
    • Spotted Fawn

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Spotted Fawn, a Native American (Sioux) man. He holds a bow and arrow. He is wrapped in a blanket and wears a hair pipe choker with shell pendant, fur pelts over his braids, and a feather in his hair.
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    • [between 1875 and 1885?]
    • Apache scout

    • Standing studio portrait of a Native American Apache man bare-chested, wearing a breechcloth with an ammunition belt, moccasins, headband and holding a rifle in a set of prop cactus, yucca and brush.
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    • [between 1878 and 1886?]
    • Indian Dance

    • Native Americans (Sioux), concentrated in a tight circle, dance in a dirt clearing as spectators watch. A tent with a stovepipe and a flag are in the background.
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    • [between 1870 and 1890?]
    • Portrait of an unidentified Dakota woman

    • Standing studio portrait of an unidentified Native American Dakota Sioux woman wearing an ornately decorated dress with a hair pipe apron necklace and belt with silver disks (conchos).
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    • [between 1870 and 1890?]
    • Unidentified Dakota man

    • Standing portrait of an unidentified Native American Dakota Sioux man wearing a tunic, leggings, long kilt, hair pipe breastplate, and parted long loose hair.
    • Walter Sherburne Photographic Art Gallery.
    • [between 1870 and 1890?]
    • Portrait of an unidentified Dakota woman

    • Standing studio portrait of an unidentified Native American Dakota Sioux woman wearing an ornately decorated dress with a hair pipe apron necklace and belt with silver disks (conchos).
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    • [between 1870 and 1890?]
    • Little Hound, Sioux

    • Sitting portrait of a Native American (Sioux) man, identified as Little Hound. He wears a blanket around his waist, a long sleeved shirt, cloth bound braids, and a kerchief. He has a bandolier around his neck and a rifle in his lap.
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    • [between 1870 and 1890?]
    • The Famous Sioux Chief White Bull, his word is law

    • Sitting studio portrait of a Native American (Minniconjou Sioux) man, identified as Chief White Bull. He wears leggings, a fringed and beaded shirt, hair pipe necklaces, earrings, and cloth bindings around his braids. He holds eagle feathers in his...
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    • [between 1870 and 1890?]
    • Crow Indians

    • Group portrait of Native American (Crow) men, identified as: "Medicine Crow, Iron Bull, Bird on the ??, Stands on the Cloud, ??." Each man wears decorative clothing including moccasins, leggings, blankets, necklaces, and fringed and patterned...
    • Haynes, F. Jay (Frank Jay), 1853-1921.
    • [between 1870 and 1890?]
    • Crow Indians

    • Group portrait of Native Americans (Crow and Bannock) and interpreters on a grassy lawn in front of a gazebo. Identification: "1. Tom Stuart, Crow interpreter 1880, 2. Addison McQuivy (?), Crow interpreter 1880, 3. Long Elk, Crow Chief 1880, 4....
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    • [between 1878 and 1885?]
    • Crow Indians

    • Group portrait of eight Native American (Crow) men and one woman in front of a tepee. All are wearing heavy clothing, the woman holds a baby in her arms. The man standing in the middle of the row is identified as Medicine Crow.
    • Haynes, F. Jay (Frank Jay), 1853-1921.
    • [between 1876 and 1885?]
    • Dakota Indians

    • An unidentified Native American (Dakota) man and girl pose near a large tree. The man wears leggings, a blanket around his waist, a fringed hide shirt, a hair pipe necklace, a kerchief, and a full length eagle feather headdress. The girl wears a...
    • Chanute, Octave, 1832-1910.
    • [between 1870 and 1890?]
    • Butchering a steer

    • Native American (Sioux) men and women are gathered around the carcass of a steer that is in the process of being butchered. Covered wagons and grassy plains surround the group. The steer was provided as part of a government rationing policy.
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    • [between 1870 and 1890?]
    • Scalp of Little Crow, leader of Indian massacre of 1862

    • The scalp of Little Crow, a Native American (Dakota) man, is stretched inside the borders of a hoop and held there by strips of rawhide (?). The hoop is mounted on the top of a spear or arrow. Feathers accent the scalp and hoop.
    • Zimmerman, Charles A.
    • [between 1872 and 1890?]
    • Hatchet Face

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Hatchet Face, a Native American (Sioux) man. He is partially wrapped in a fringed and beaded blanket and wears feathers in his hair and a medal close to his neck. He holds arrows.
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    • [between 1870 and 1890?]
    • Spotted Tail's wife

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Spotted Tail's wife and baby, Native American (Brulé Sioux) woman and child. She wears a dress and blanket shawl. The baby is wrapped in swaddling clothes and blankets.
    • Cross, W. R. (William R.)
    • [between 1875 and 1885]
    • Quanah Parker

    • Head and shoulders portrait of Chief Quanah Parker, a Native American Comanche chief led the last tribe in the Staked Plain to come into the reservation system. Parker wears a buckskin shirt with a neck scarf and animal fur wrapped braids.
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    • [between 1940 an 1970?]
    • Spotted Tail's family

    • Spotted Tail's wife and family, Native American (Sioux) woman, boys, girls, and baby pose outdoors, possibly at Pine Ridge Agency, South Dakota. Each person is wrapped in a blanket. The boys wear hair pipe chokers.
    • Cross, W. R. (William R.)
    • [between 1875 and 1885]
    • Spotted Tail's papoose

    • Spotted Tail's baby in swaddling clothes and blankets. The baby is propped against a stump.
    • Cross, W. R. (William R.)
    • [between 1875 and 1885]
    • Thomas, Chief Washington's son

    • Studio portrait of a Native American man, identified as Thomas, son of Ute Chief Washington. He wears a loose print shirt under a vest, bead necklaces, earrings, and a long string of beads in his hair. The barrel of a rifle is in his hands.
    • Hawkins, B. A.
    • [between 1870 and 1890?]
    • Tsi-lo-son

    • Head and shoulders studio portrait of Native American (Kiowa) man Tsi-lo-son, son of Salanta. He wears a print shirt and vest, a hairpipe bead breast plate, earrings, and a kerchief.
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    • [between 1870 and 1890?]
    • Chippewa warrior

    • Hand colored sitting portrait of an unidentified Native American (Chippewa) warrior. He wears a blanket around his waist, a jacket over a shirt, shells around his neck, a bandeau with feathers, and holds a pipe in his left hand.
    • Zimmerman, Charles A.
    • [between 1872 and 1890?]
    • Mah-nee-do-ke-shick (Spirit of the Skies), Chief Cass lake band

    • Hand colored sitting portrait of a Native American (Chippewa) man, identified as Mahneedokeshick (Spirit of the Skies). He wears pants, a blanket around his waist, a long sleeved shirt and plumage in his hair.
    • Zimmerman, Charles A.
    • [between 1872 and 1890?]
    • Mah-jie-way-we-dung (Rattling Runner), Chippewa chief

    • Hand colored sitting portrait of a Native American (Chippewa) man identified as Mahjiewaywedung (Rattling Runner). He wears a jacket, shoulder length hair, and holds a rifle in his right hand.
    • Zimmerman, Charles A.
    • [between 1872 and 1890?]
    • Little Bee, Chippewa chief

    • Hand colored sitting portrait of a Native American (Chippewa) chief, identified as Little Bee. He wears pants, a shirt, a coat, and a kerchief, and carries a large, decorative pipe in his left hand.
    • Whitney & Zimmerman.
    • [between 1872 and 1890?]
    • Kish-te-taw-wag, (The cut ear), Chippewa brave

    • Hand colored sitting studio portrait of a Native American (Chippewa) brave identified as Kishtetawwag (The Cut Ear). He wears a blanket around his waist, a long sleeved shirt, a kerchief, braids, and a feather in his hair.
    • Whitney & Zimmerman.
    • [between 1872 and 1890?]
    • Ah-ah-bed-way-we-dung (Sound of Coming Thunder), Chief Sandy Lake Chippewas

    • Hand colored standing studio portrait of a Native American (Chippewa) chief identified as Ahahbedwaywedung (Sound of Coming Thunder). He wears a blanket around his waist, a long sleeved shirt, a kerchief, and head adornment. He holds a long...
    • Charles A. Zimmerman.
    • [between 1872 and 1890?]
    • Ah-kei-wen-sie (The Old Man), Chippewa chief

    • Hand colored sitting studio portrait of a Native American (Chippewa) chief, identified as Ahkeiwensie (The Old Man). He wears pants, a jacket, a medal, a pouch, a kerchief, and a head piece.
    • Whitney & Zimmerman.
    • [between 1872 and 1890?]
    • Mah-Je-Gah-Bo (He Looks Well Standing)

    • Head and shoulders studio portrait of a Native American (Chippewa) man, identified as Mahjegahbo (He Looks Well Standing). He wears a blanket around his shoulders, a fur piece, braids, and plumage in his hair. A pipe tomahawk rests in the crook of...
    • Zimmerman, Charles A.
    • [between 1872 and 1890?]
    • Chief Washington, Ute

    • Head and shoulders portrait of a Native American Ute man, identified as Chief Washington. He wears a loose shirt and a derby hat with a card tucked in the band at the front.
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    • [between 1870 and 1890?]
    • Ignacio, head chief of Utes

    • Head and shoulders portrait of Chief Ignacio, leader of Native American Utes, and member of the Weeminuche Band. He wears a vest over a light colored shirt, a kerchief around his neck, a vest with cigars in breast pockets, hoop earrings, and a...
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    • [between 1870 and 1890?]
    • Ignacio, head chief of Utes

    • Head and shoulders portrait of Chief Ignacio, leader of Native American Utes and member of the Weeminuche Band. He wears a vest over a light colored shirt, a kerchief around his neck, hoop earrings, a badge over his heart that reads "Indian...
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    • [between 1870 and 1890?]
    • Ute Indians, Ignacio

    • Head and shoulders portrait of Chief Ignacio, leader of Native American Utes, and member of the Weeminuche Band. He wears a vest over a light colored shirt, a kerchief around his neck, hoop earrings, a badge over his heart that reads "Indian...
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    • [between 1870 and 1890?]
    • Chief Buckskin Charlie and band of Ute Indians

    • Group portrait of North American Indian (Ute) men, women, children, a baby, and white men. Buckskin Charlie, with fur wrapped braids, a hairpipe breastplate, concho belt and a feather in his hair, stands. The men wear hair pipe breastplates, beaded...
    • Hook, W. E. (William Edward), 1833-1908.
    • [between 1870 and 1890?]
    • Towaoc, Colorado Agency

    • A young white girl stands in an open dirt area in front of the Towaoc(?) Agency building as Native Americans, dressed in blankets and head band, rest in the background. The Agency building is made of uncut, uncoursed stone.
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    • [between 1870 and 1890?]
    • Probably Navajo Springs Agency

    • Native Americans (Ute) gather near the doorway of a log building, identified as the Navajo Springs Agency, and are wrapped in blankets against the cold. A dog, a wagon, and horses are included.
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    • [between 1870 and 1890?]
    • Utes in full gala dress

    • Studio portrait (standing) of Jim Bush (left) and John Tyler (right), Native American (Ute) men. They wear floor-length feather headdresses, leggings, shirts, moccasins, breechcloths, bells, beadwork, and sashes. Each holds a pistol.
    • Chamberlain, W. G. (William Gunnison), 1815-1910.
    • [between 1870 and 1881]
    • Me-shaw-ke-ke-shick (Sky down to the Earth) young Chippewa brave

    • Hand colored sitting studio portrait of a Native American (Chippewa) man, identified as Meshawkekeshick (Sky down to the Earth). He has a blanket around his waist, a long sleeved shirt, and plumage in his hair.
    • Zimmerman, Charles A.
    • [between 1872 and 1890?]
    • Chippewa chief

    • Hand colored sitting studio portrait of an unidentified Native American (Chippewa) chief. He wears pants, a fur piece around his shoulders, a medal, and plumage in his hair. He carries a war club in his hands.
    • Whitney's Gallery.
    • [between 1872 and 1890?]
    • Domestic life, Chippewa Indians

    • Hand colored outdoor portrait of a Native American (Chippewa) woman and child. The woman wears a long skirt, a shirt, and a blanket around her shoulders. The child is tightly wrapped in a cradleboard.
    • Zimmerman, Charles A.
    • [between 1872 and 1890?]
    • Chippewa Indians making birch canoes

    • Hand colored view of two Native American (Chippewa) men constructing a Birch bark canoe in Minnesota. One completed canoe rests on the ground near the men, and a child stands in the doorway of a Birch bark wigwam.
    • Whitney & Zimmerman.
    • [between 1872 and 1890?]
    • Indians on the move

    • A group of Native Americans and pack horses en route to a new camp. One of the horses trails a travois upon which is loaded a mother and her child.
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    • [between 1940 and 1970?]

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