Group studio portrait of Native American (Paiute) man, women and children. The man wears a striped shirt with leggings, and a blanket around his waist and shoulder. The women wear belted dresses; two hold babies in cradleboards, one on her back.
Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Paiute Indians--1870-1880.; Children--1870-1880.; Cradleboards--1870-1880.; Women--1870-1880.
A studio portrait of Elizabeth Minerva Byers (Mrs. William N. Byers) and her daughter Mary (later Mary Byers Robinson). Mrs. Byers wear a dark dress and a brooch, her daughter wears a checked off the shoulder dress.
Girls--1870-1880.; Mothers & children--1870-1880.; Byers, Elizabeth Minerva.; Robinson, Mary Byers.
A Native American (Apache) woman sits and poses with a baby in a cradleboard. The mother carries the cradleboard by a leather strap over her forehead. She wears a dress with wide sleeves and a gathered waist, and leather moccasins.
Apache Indians--1870-1880.; Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Cradleboards--1870-1880.; Infants--1870-1880.; Mothers & children--1870-1880.; Geographical Surveys West of the 100th Meridian (U.S.)
View of the Lincoln Tomb in Oak Ridge Cemetery in Springfield (Sangamon County), Illinois features a granite obelisk, bronze statues, a balustrade and staircase. Passengers in suits, hats and formal dresses admire North American (Shoshone) Indian...
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865--Tomb--1870-1880.; Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Springfield (Ill.)--1870-1880.; Cradleboards--1870-1880.; Mothers & children--1870-1880.; Spectators--1870-1880.; Tombs & sepulchral...
Studio portrait of Ma-za-oo-me (Little Bird Hunter), a Native American Santee Sioux (Dakota) boy, seated on a animal fur. This son of a chief wears a headdress, striped cotton tunic, leggings and bead necklaces.
Dakota Indians--1870-1880.; Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Santee Indians--Children--1870-1880.; Boys--1870-1880.; Little Bird Hunter.
A group of Native Americans (Paiute); a man, three women, and three children, sit in a camp. They wear rabbit fur robes over their clothing; the man wears a brimmed hat. One woman weaves a basket; another woman breast-feeds a child.
Indians of North America--Women--1870-1880.; Paiute baskets--1870-1880.; Paiute Indians--Children--1870-1880.; Basket making--1870-1880.; Baskets--1870-1880.; Breast feeding--1870-1880.