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    • 1st Festival of Mountain and Plain

    • A North American Indian man (Ute) stands near a tepee at the first Festival of Mountain and Plain in Denver, Colorado. He wears a blanket and has wrapped braids.
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    • 2nd Pueblo - Taos

    • View of Taos Pueblo, New Mexico; shows adobe pueblo dwellings, hornos (bee-hive ovens), Pueblo Peak, and Native Americans (Taos).
    • Nims, F. A.
    • [between 1890 and 1900?]
    • A Brief History of Auraria

    • Booklet produced for the twentieth anniversary of the Auraria Campus. Booklet discusses the evolution and history of the Auraria neighborhood as well as the Auraria Campus.
    • Fetter, Rosemary.
    • 1997
    • A Tribute to Youth Program

    • Program for 1994 African-American Awareness Month event at the Ford-Warren Branch at the Denver Public Library.
    • Denver Public Library.
    • 1994 February 19
    • A view on the Sweet Water near Three Crossings

    • A man with a rifle stands by a grave marker enclosed in a wooden picket fence in Natrona County, Wyoming; the gravestone reads: "B.T. Killed by Indians." Tents and the Sweetwater River are in the distance.
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1872 and 1878]
    • A. Phimister Proctor

    • A sculpture by A. Phimister Proctor of a Native American man on horseback. He holds a spear and wears a feather headdress.
    • Ward, De W. C.
    • [between 1910 and 1920?]
    • An Indian Foray

    • Native American (tribe unknown) men on horseback kidnap a white woman and steal livestock.
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    • [between 1940 and 1960]
    • Auraria Remembered

    • Oral history of former residents of the Westside neighborhood that were displaced by the building of the Auraria Higher Education Center in the 1970s.
    • Source unknown
    • 1991
    • Ball games

    • A large group of Native American Sioux men and women carry sticks and play a ball game.
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    • [1851?]
    • Ball players

    • Standing portrait illustrations of two Native American Sioux ball players wearing headdresses and breechcloths, barefoot and bare-chested.
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    • [1851?]
    • Barry and Rain-in-the-Face

    • Studio photograph of Rain-in-the-Face, Dakota Chief, and photographer David F. Barry. Barry is standing, wearing suit, hat and pocket watch. Rain-in-the-Face, seated, is wearing long beaded necklace and holds rifle.
    • Barry, D. F. (David Frances), 1854-1934.
    • [188-?]
    • Belly Fat

    • Studio portrait (head and shoulders) of Belly Fat, Dakota male, wearing crucifix and Ulysses S. Grant Peace Medal around his neck.
    • Barry, D. F. (David Frances), 1854-1934.
    • [188-?]
    • Big Tree Kiowa Chief

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Big Tree, a Native American (Kiowa) man. He holds an arrow. He wears moccasins, a blanket, and a scarf around his neck.
    • Lenny & Sawyers.
    • [between 1880 and 1907]
    • Bird Chief, War-Chief of the Arrapahoes

    • Photomechanical reproduction of an engraving of Bird Chief, a Native American (Arapaho) man. He wears a vest and a bead necklace.
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    • 1871 June 24
    • Bison dance of the Mandan indians.

    • Reproduction of a book illustration; A large group of Native American (Mandan) men perform a bison dance with shields, spears, rifles and bison headdresses.
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    • [between 1900 and 1930?]
    • Bow

    • Shows a wood (possibly mesquite) bow with sinew as a cord or thread (red?) and string made from gut. The bow is from the Native American Apache Indians.
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    • 1880
    • Bracelet

    • Shows four metal bracelets of the Native American Southern Plains Indians.
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    • [between 1880 and 1900]
    • Brief histories of the Denver Public Schools

    • Compiled for the administrative offices of the Denver Public Schools, this book contains brief histories for the majority of the Public Schools in Denver, Colorado up to they year 1952.
    • Denver Public Schools.
    • 1952
    • British Columbia Fatal Mining Accidents : 1887, 1896-1942

    • Index of the Fatal Mining Accidents occurring in British Columbia Canada in the years 1887, and 1896-1949. Information is arranged alphabetically and includes: the name of the victim, date of the accident, colliery/mine name (town), whether fatal...
    • Sherard, Gerald E. (Gerald Emerson), 1947-
    • 2007
    • Catholic church, San Francisco, Colo.

    • View of the Catholic Church in San Francisco (Costilla County), Colorado. The building is constructed of cinder block with a white stucco exterior. The large steel-framed windows have clear glass. A glass block cross light the stairwell of the...
    • Noel, Thomas J. (Thomas Jacob)
    • 2001
    • Cerette and Capitanito

    • Seated studio portrait of Isareta (Cerette) and her brother Capitanito, Native American (Ute) girl and boy, probably Colorado. Cerette wears a belted dress, beaded necklaces, a medal, and beaded moccasins; she holds an umbrella on her lap....
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • 1894
    • Charging Hawk

    • Studio portrait, 3/4 length, of Charging Hawk, Crow male, seated, wearing fur cap and decorated vest and holding sword.
    • Barry, D. F. (David Frances), 1854-1934.
    • [188-?]
    • Charles S. Stobie and his two Indian scouts

    • Photograph of a newspaper clipping. Illustration shows Charles S. Stobie flanked by his North American Indian (Ute) scouts. (Left) Wanzito (Antelope), and (right) Chief Piah (Black Tail Deer.
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    • [between 1865 and 1869?]
    • Charles S. Stobie, Chief Piah and Antelope

    • Studio group portrait of Charles S. Stobie, Indian scout and western artist and North American Indian men, Wanzito or Antelope (White River Ute) and Chief Piah (Middle Park Ute). The men sit in front of a painted backdrop, Stobie has long hair and...
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    • [between 1869 and 1875?]
    • Cheyenne men

    • North American Indian (Cheyenne) pose outdoors, one is on horseback. Two men hold rifles, another holds a spear. The men wear an assortment of clothing that include beaded leggings, moccasins, hair pipe breast plates, wide brimmed hats, blankets...
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    • Chief Black Horn, Bessie Black Horn

    • Studio portrait of an elderly North American Indian (Sioux) couple, Chief Black Horn and his wife Bessie. Chief Black Horn wears a feather headdress, a painted, fringed leather jacket, and he has a peace medal around his neck. He has a blanket...
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    • [between 1920 and 1930?]
    • Chief Black Rock

    • Chief Black Rock, Native American Sioux man, he wears a long feather headdress and buffalo skin with horns, painted blanket and buckskin and holds a spear.
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    • [1851?]
    • Chief Fast Thunders camp

    • Native American (Sioux) men and women stand and sit on horseback, near a group of tepees, probably in South Dakota. The men and women stand near a wooden crate and various piles of wood, the women wear dresses and are wrapped in blankets, the men...
    • Northwestern Photographic Co.
    • 1891
    • Chief Gall

    • Photograph of framed photograph of Gall, Dakota Chief, wearing blanket, 3/4 length.
    • Barry, D. F. (David Frances), 1854-1934.
    • [1881?]
    • Chief Gall

    • Full length studio portrait of Gall, Dakota Chief, wearing leather jacket and large crucifix, sitting on rock in front of painted backdrop.
    • Barry, D. F. (David Frances), 1854-1934.
    • [188-?]
    • Chief Gall

    • Full length studio portrait of Gall, Dakota Chief, wearing leather jacket and large crucifix, standing behind fence.
    • Barry, D. F. (David Frances), 1854-1934.
    • [188-?]
    • Chief Gall

    • Photograph of a framed studio portrait of Gall, Dakota Chief, with hair loose.
    • Barry, D. F. (David Frances), 1854-1934.
    • [188-?]
    • Chief Joseph

    • Studio portrait of Chief Joseph, Nez Perce, wearing embroidered shirt.
    • Barry, D. F. (David Frances), 1854-1934.
    • [188-?]
    • Chief of Southern Cheyennes,- Stone Calf, -and wife

    • Studio portrait (sitting and standing) of Stone Calf and his wife, Native American (Cheyenne) man and woman. Stone Calf wears a blanket around his waist, a patriarchal cross around his neck, and scarves that cover his braids. Stone Calf's wife...
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    • 1871
    • Chief Red Cloud and his wife in later years

    • Standing outdoor portrait of Chief Red Cloud, (Makhpia-sha, or Maqpeya-luta) Native American Sioux (Lakota or Teton group, Oglala band) and his wife. Red Cloud led his people in the Fetterman fight and was a great negotiator and diplomat. He wears...
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    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • Chief's robe, Minitari indians.

    • Native American (Hidatsa) painted bison hide shows: battle episodes in two rows of hunters on horseback with spears or bows and arrows and shields; some with long scarfs. Collected by Maximilian Prince of Wied from the upper Missouri riverbanks...
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    • [1900?]
    • Chiefs of the Pawnee and Sioux Nations

    • Four Pawnee chiefs (on the left) and four Sioux chiefs (on the right), pose for a group portrait while touring with Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. Included are, from the left, Eagle Chief, Knife Chief, Brave Chief, Young Chief, American Horse,...
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    • [between 1885 and 1900?]

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