View of two Native American Apache women outside their cloth covered wickiups in a camp in Arizona. They wear print skirts, blouses and shawls and hold baskets. A basket, pitch covered basket jar, metal coffee pot, cup, can, and a horse show in the...
Apache Indians--Arizona--1880-1890.; Indians of North America--Arizona--1880-1890.; Wickiups--Arizona--1880-1890.; Women--Arizona--1880-1890.
Composite photograph and sketch shows a head and shoulders portrait of Ouray, Native American, Chief of the Southern Utes, Colorado, wearing braids, bead necklace, buckskin decorated with quillwork and fringe.
Indians of North America--1880-1890.; Ute Indians--1880-1890.; Ouray.
In Fort Worth, Texas, the Hole in the Wall Gang poses in suits, ties, gold chains, and bowler hats. Named for their Wyoming hideout, these outlaws are (l to r): Harry Longabaugh (The Sundance Kid), Will Carver, Ben Kilpatrick, Harvey Logan (Kid...
Criminals--1900-1910.; Kid Curry, ca. 1867-ca. 1910.; Sundance Kid.; Carver, Will.; Cassidy, Butch b. 1866.; Kilpatrick, Benjamin Arnold, 1874-1912.
View of a Native American Apache family, Fort Defiance, Arizona, shows a mother with a young girl and boy, and a man leaning in a chair under the extended roof of their ramada (cooking area). A saddle, pots, pans and a swing hang on the structure.
Apache Indians--Arizona--Fort Defiance--1880-1890.; Indians of North America--Arizona--Fort Defiance--1880-1890.; Fort Defiance (Ariz.)--1880-1890.; Children--Arizona--Fort Defiance--1880-1890.; Families--Arizona--Fort Defiance--1880-1890.;...
View of a Penitente morada in Taos County, New Mexico. Shows a hand plastered adobe building with a wooden door, a shuttered window, chimneys, and vigas. A wooden bell tower and crosses are on the roof. A large wooden cross is near the entrance.
View of a Native American Apaches gathered at the San Carlos Agency, Arizona.
United States. Office of Indian Affairs. San Carlos Agency--1880-1890.; San Carlos Apache Tribe--1880-1890.; Apache Indians--Arizona--1880-1890.; Indians of North America--Arizona--1880-1890.; Buildings--Arizona--1880-1890.
View of a Penitente graveyard in Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. Shows wooden crosses of various design; some graves are surrounded by picket fences. Adobe houses and a chapel, probably a morada, and bluffs are in the distance.
Rio Arriba County (N.M.)--1890-1910.; Cemeteries--New Mexico--Rio Arriba County--1890-1910.; Tombs & sepulchral monuments--New Mexico--Rio Arriba County--1890-1910.
Studio portrait (sitting) of Manuelito and his wife, Native American (Navajo) man and woman. He wears boot moccasins, leggings, a bead necklace, cloth headband, and a top hat. She wears a bil dress and a blanket
Indians of North America--1880-1890.; Navajo Indians--1880-1890.; Spouses--1880-1890.; Women--1880-1890.; Manuelito, Navajo Chief.; Manuelito, Navajo Chief.--Family.
View of a Native American Apache camp, in Cañon de los Embudos, Sonora, Mexico, shows men and women outside their wickiups covered with woven blankets, with mountains in background.
Apache Indians--Mexico--1880-1890.; Indians of North America--Mexico--1880-1890.; Cañon de los Embudos (Mexico)--1880-1890.; Sonora (Mexico : State)--1880-1890.; Indian encampments--Mexico--1880-1890.; Women--Mexico--1880-1890.