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    • Chippewa delegation

    • Studio portrait of North American Indian (Chippewa / Ojibwa) and white men. The men wear suits. Some of the Indians wear beaded or woven sashes and bags, carved peace pipes, leggings, and braids. One of the white men reclines and leans on a cushion...
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    • [between 1860 and 1890?]
    • Obtosoway, Indian Chief

    • Portrait of Obtosoway a Native American Ojibwa chief. He wears a yoke with beaded embroidery and a buck skin shirt with fringe, laced at the neck. He wears a headdress with fur and feathers.
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1890 and 1910?]
    • Chippaway Chief, Rockaboy, ran away from Canada in 1885

    • Chief Rocky Boy, (Stone Child) Native American Chippewa (Ojibwa), poses in front of a tepee wearing a war bonnet headdress. A nomad leader known for securing reservation land in Montana for the nomadic bands of Chippewa and Cree.
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    • 1871
    • Cree Indian in war bonnet

    • Chief Rocky Boy, (Stone Child) Native American Chippewa (Ojibwa), poses in front of a tepee wearing a war bonnet headdress. A nomad leader known for securing reservation land in Montana for the nomadic bands of Chippewa and Cree.
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    • 1871
    • Cree Indian girls, Chief Rockaboy's daughter

    • Two Native American Chippewa (Ojibwa) girls, one the daughter of Chief Rocky Boy, (Stone Child) pose beside a tepee wearing wearing dresses with belts, braids and jewelry. Chief Rocky Boy, secured reservation land in Montana for the nomadic bands...
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    • 1871
    • American Indian Movement

    • View of five Native Americans sitting in an office, Denver, Colorado; Members of the American Indian Movement (AIM), they occupy the regional office of the Office of Economic Opportunity.
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    • 1971
    • 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?]
    • Indian children, Port Coldwell, Ontario, Canada

    • View of a group of Native American Chippewa (Ojibway) children dressed in Euro-American clothing;shows straw hats on the boys and scarfs on the girls.
    • Underwood & Underwood.
    • 1904
    • Chippewa, James Desjarias, makes phone call

    • A Native American (Chippewa) man, identified as James Desjarias, sits in a phone booth making a call. He wears moccasins, pants, a fringed jacket, and a headband. He holds a rifle in a scabbard between his legs.
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    • 1964
    • Consolidated Chippewa Agency

    • An elderly Native American (Chippewa) woman and "local leader" instructs a young woman "in the ancient tribal craft" of quillwork as the two sit on a blanket at the agency in Minnesota.
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    • [between 1900 and 1930?]
    • Chippewa squaws, wild rice gatherers

    • View of three Native American (Chippewa) women and an infant in a canoe, Minnesota. They appear to be landing the boat and are identified as wild rice gatherers.
    • Zimmerman, Charles A.
    • [between 1872 and 1890?]
    • 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?]
    • 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?]
    • 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?]
    • 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 wigwams, constructed of Birch bark

    • Hand colored view of a Native American (Chippewa) Birch canoe and a wigwam constructed of Birch bark. The canoe is face down in the foreground, and the wigwam's entryway is covered with a blanket. The sail portion of a sailboat is visible on the...
    • 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?]
    • 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?]
    • Scene at Indian payment, - Odanah, Wis.

    • Four Native American (Chippewa) men and a young boy pose on a grassy field in Odanah, Wisconsin. Birch bark wigwams are behind them.
    • Whitney & Zimmerman.
    • [between 1872 and 1890?]

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