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    • 1903 Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church Directory

    • 1903 directory for the members of the Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church. Included in the directory are both an alphabetical and address list of members of the Congregation as well as a brief summary of different church districts within Denver.
    • Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church (Denver, Colo.)
    • 1903 January
    • 1929 Denver Householders' Directory and Street and Avenue Guide v.5

    • The Denver Householder Directory started in 1924 and has been continued by other publishers right up to the present. These are arranged by address, allowing you to find out who was living in the house and/or the owner or the name of a business.
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    • 1929
    • 1930 Denver Householders' Directory and Street and Avenue Guide v.6

    • The Denver Householder Directory started in 1924 and has been continued by other publishers right up to the present. These are arranged by address, allowing you to find out who was living in the house and/or the owner or the name of a business.
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    • 1930
    • 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 leaf from the Indian's book

    • View of a Native American tepee by probably the Little Bighorn River in Big Horn County, Montana, an encampment is in the distance.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • 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]
    • 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]
    • African-American girl

    • Studio portrait of a Black girl in Freehold, New Jersey. She wears a dress, a watch chain necklace, and a cloth belt with decorated buckle.
    • Scott.
    • [between 1870 and 1890?]
    • 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]
    • An Indian burden bearer

    • View of a Native American woman (probably) with a bundle of sticks (firewood) probably in Big Horn County, Montana.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • An Indian communion

    • Group portrait of Native American men and women in front of large tepees probably in Big Horn County, Montana; they wear shawls decorated with quillwork, feather headdresses, buckskins, ermine fringe, and beaded sashes. Many hold coup sticks.
    • 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]
    • An Indian woman's dress - Mrs. Wolf Plume

    • Portrait of Mrs. Wolf Plume, a Native American woman; she wears a jacket with pony beads, hair pipes, and thimbles; beaded belts; and earrings.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • Answering the smoke signal

    • Native American (Crow) Chief Plenty Coups (Aleck Shea Ahoos) sits astride a horse probably in Big Horn County, Montana; he wears a long feather headdress and carries a hatchet. Smoke rises from a distant hillside.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • Boat and camp by lake

    • View of a Native American encampment by a pond probably in Big Horn County, Montana; shows a canoe, tepees, and a covered wagon.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • Boys bathing in a river

    • Native Americans boys stand or sit naked in probably the Little Bighorn River in Big Horn County, Montana. Trees are near the river.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • Brown bear

    • View of a brown bear in a clearing by a pine forest probably in 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]
    • 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]
    • Chief Brave Bear

    • Portrait of Chief Brave Bear (Ni Go High Ez), an elderly Native American (Cheyenne) man; he wears a feather headdress with a beaded headband and ermine fringe, a scarf, and a blanket with printed plaid fabric trim. He holds a bow and arrows.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • Chief Bull Snake

    • Portrait of Old Bull Snake or Snake Bull's (Ear Ous Sah Chee Dups) a Native American (Crow); he wears a loincloth, braids, and body paint. He holds a rifle.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • Chief Plenty Coups

    • Standing portrait of Native American (Crow) Chief Plenty Coups (Aleck-Shea-Ahoos) in a feather headdress, ermine fringe, bead necklaces, fringed buckskin shirt, beaded cloth leggings, and moccasins with quillwork. He holds a coup stick with...
    • 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]
    • 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 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]
    • 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]
    • 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]
    • Chief Timbo

    • Portrait of Tah Cha Chi (Chief Timbo, or Hairless), a Native American (Comanche); he wears an upright feather headdress with a beaded headband, a hide shirt with fringe, feathers, lace scarves, and a silver eagle tie slide. He holds a beaded coup...
    • 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]
    • 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]
    • 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]
    • 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]

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