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    • Fairmount sexton's records, 1891-1953, Fairmount Cemetery, Denver, Colorado.

    • Fairmount Sexton’s Records 1891-1953 list over 85,500 burials or entombments. The Fairmount Sexton Records 1891–1953 were microfilmed in 1959 by the Genealogical Society of Utah. The grave registers were arrange in rough “alphabetical order” by...
    • Denver Public Library, Western History/Genealogy Dept.;
    • 2004
    • Chief Umapine

    • Portrait (standing) of Wa Kon We La Son Mi (Umapine) Native American (Cayuse); he wears a full length feather war bonnet, a fox pelt, bead necklaces, ermine tassels, beaded leggings, apron and moccasins.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • An imperial warrior

    • Portrait of a Native American on horseback probably in Big Horn County, Montana; he wears a beaded sash and moccasins, ermine fringe, beads, and a feather headdress. He holds a coup stick, and his horse drinks from a creek.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • Goes Ahead - Custer Scout

    • Portrait (standing) of Basuk Ose (Goes Ahead) a Native American (Crow) who scouted for Custer; he wears quillwork moccasins and leggings, a beaded armband, and shell necklaces. He holds a feathered shield, and wears a full length feather headdress...
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • Chief Pretty Voice Eagle

    • Portrait (profile) of Wabli Ho Waste (Pretty Voice Eagle), a Native American (Yankton Sioux) chief; he wears a fur pelt and a feather headdress with beaded headband. He holds a coup stick.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • Skirting the sky line

    • Native Americans ride horses along a ridge at sunset probably in Big Horn County, Montana.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • Chief Running Fisher

    • Portrait of Itn Tyi Waatyi (Chief Running Fisher), a Native American (Atsina, Gros Ventre) man; he wears a feather headdress, a beaded headband, ermine fringe, and a buckskin shirt with beaded decoration.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • The approach of the chiefs

    • Native Americans ride horses by probably the Little Bighorn River and trees in Big Horn County, Montana; they wear feather headdresses and carry coup sticks.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • Custer scouts

    • Native American men pose on horses by grave stones at the Little Bighorn Battlefield (Big Horn County), Montana. They wear hide shirts and carry shotguns.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • The Custer Battlefield

    • Native American men pose with rifles at the Custer Battlefield in Big Horn County, Montana; grave markers include a wooden cross. Marble tombstones read: "U. S. Soldier, 7th Cavalry," and "G. W. Yates, Captain."
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • Chief Runs the Enemy

    • Portrait of Chief Runs the Enemy (Tok Kahin Hpe Ya), a Native American (Teton Sioux) man; his wears a beaded hide shirt, ermine fur tassels, a beaded headband, and a feather headdress.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • The fading sunset

    • View of Native Americans on horseback at sunset probably in Big Horn County, Montana; they ride through brush with plains in the distance.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • The sunset of a dying race

    • A Native American man on a horseback rides towards the sunset probably in Big Horn County, Montana; he wears a feather headdress and hide shirt with ermine fringe, and holds a coup stick. Sunlight shines through the clouds.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • Chiefs fording the Little Big Horn

    • Native Americans ride horses across the Little Big Horn River in Big Horn County, Montana; Clouds top distant bluffs.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • West Virginia Mining Accidents : 1887 - 1927

    • Index of mining accidents in West Virginia between the years 1887 and 1927 respectively. Index is an alphabetical list by miner’s name for fatal and non-fatal mine accidents.
    • Sherard, Gerald E. (Gerald Emerson), 1947-.
    • 2007 March
    • A sunset in camp

    • View of a Native American encampment probably in Big Horn County, Montana; shows tepees by trees at sunset.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • The voice of the water spirits

    • Portrait of a teenage Native American girl probably in Big Horn County, Montana. She sits by a stream in a scarf, moccasins, studded leather belts, leggings, and a blanket with ornate embroidery.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • Chief Two Moons addressing the council

    • Native American Cheyenne Chief Two Moons (Ish Hayu Nishus) stands beside seated men next to a large tepee probably in Big Horn County, Montana; the men wear feather headdresses, hide shirts, beads, sashes, hair pipe breastplates, and ermine fringe....
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • The last arrow

    • A Native American man aims a bow and arrow; he wears beaded leggings, a loincloth, fur tassels, an earring, and a single feather.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • The flower of the wigwam

    • Portrait of a teenaged Native American girl. She sits in a tepee and wears a machine made blanket and beads, her hair is in braids.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • The attack on the camp

    • Native Americans ride horses at a gallop probably in Big Horn County, Montana; they carry coup sticks, a tepee is to the side.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • Chief Bear Ghost

    • Profile portrait of Mato Wanagi (Bear Ghost), a Native American (Sioux, Brulé) Chief; he wears earrings, pony beads, a shell disk choker, and a hide shirt with fringe, quillwork, feathers, and ermine tassels.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • The war party

    • Native American men ride horses and hold coup sticks, one has a rifle probably in Big Horn County, Montana. They wear feather headdresses, beaded leggings, and hide shirts. Paint adorns the horses' flanks.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • The peaceful camp

    • View of a Native American encampment by probably the Little Bighorn River in Big Horn County, Montana; the tepees are reflected in the water.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • Sunset on the Custer field

    • Sunset view of the monument to soldiers killed at the Little Bighorn Battlefield (Big Horn County), Montana. A wrought iron fence surrounds the stone obelisk.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • Chief Red Cloud

    • Portrait of Marpiya Luta (Chief Red Cloud), a Native American (Oglala Sioux) man; he wears a hide shirt with fringe and beadwork, feathers, and a medal. He holds a tobacco bag and wooden smoking pipe.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • Chief White Horse

    • Portrait of Sung Ska (Chief White Horse), a Native American (Yankton Sioux); he wears a feather headdress with beaded headband, and a hair pipe breastplate.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • An Indian home

    • A Native American (Blackfoot or Flathead) man and woman sit by a tepee with painted circles and animal designs probably in Big Horn County, Montana; Strikes First holds a wooden smoking pipe, and Wolf Plume peels potatoes. The woman wears a print...
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • Mountain Chief

    • Head and shoulders portrait of Omaq Kat Tsa (Mountain Chief) a Native American (Blackfoot, Siksika) man; he holds a wooden horse effigy or fetish. His outfit includes an upright eagle feather headdress with a hackle plume, a rawhide headband with...
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • Chief Red Whip

    • Head and shoulders (profile) portrait of Bein Es Kanach (Chief Red Whip), a Native American (Atsina, Gros Ventre) man; his outfit includes an eagle feather headdress, a woven shirt with beadwork, and an earring.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • The Reno Battlefield

    • View of the Reno-Banteen Battlefield, shows plains, hay fields, and the Little Big Horn River near Garryowen (Big Horn County), Montana; this was site of a battle between Major Reno's troops and (Native American) Sioux.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • A bath in the Little Big Horn

    • View of a Native American woman and child by the Little Big Horn River probably in Big Horn County, Montana. The mother wears moccasins and a cloth wrap; the child is naked.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • A war council

    • Native American men ride horses and hold coup sticks probably in Big Horn County, Montana; some of the men wear feather headdresses. The horses' tails are knotted.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • Warriors of other days

    • View of Native American men on horseback, side by side, near trees and tepees probably in Big Horn County, Montana; they wear feather headdresses and beaded sashes, and carry feathered coup sticks.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • Vanishing into the mists

    • Native Americans on horses raise dust as they gallop down a ridge probably in Big Horn County, Montana; storm clouds and plains are in the distance.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • The lone teepe [sic]

    • View of a Native American tepee by a river at twilight probably in Big Horn County, Montana.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • Chief Apache John

    • Portrait of Koon Kah Za Chy (Apache John), a Native American (Naishan Dene or Kiowa Apache) Chief; he wears a hide shirt with fringe, fur, a medallion, tie slide, rings, beads, and braids. His feather headdress has horns, a beaded headband, and...
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]

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