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    • Potawatomi man and woman

    • A Native American (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) man and woman stand near a tree with stripped bark on a reservation near Mayetta, Kansas. The woman holds a piece of bark that is still attached to the tree. The man holds an ax.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940]
    • Potawatomi meat drying rack

    • A Native American (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) woman sits near a wooden rack used to dry meat on a reservation near Mayetta, Kansas. A man sits underneath a bark roof, that is near a bark lodge.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940]
    • Pottawatomie [i.e. Potawatomi] bark lodge near Mayetta, Kan

    • Mrs. Rosan Potts (Ke-o-ko-mo-quan), a Native American (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) woman, poses on an elevated wood platform in front of a bark lodge on a reservation near Mayetta, Kansas. A wooden beam is supported over the platform by two wooden...
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    • May, 1936
    • Tree structure

    • An up-close view of the bark on a tree shows the swirling pattern on it. The bark is possibly from a Limber Pine tree in Gilpin or Boulder County, Colorado.
    • Kemp, Donald Campbell, 1889-1975.
    • [between 1935 and 1950?]
    • Potawatomi framework

    • View of a wooden pole framework for a Native American (Potawatomi Prairie Band) bark lodge on the Potawatomi reservation near Mayetta, Kansas. A chicken walks near the framework.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940]
    • Potawatomi man and woman

    • A Native American (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) man and woman strip the bark from a tree on a reservation near Mayetta, Kansas.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940]
    • Potawatomi man

    • A Native American (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) man carries a piece of bark with cloth strapped around his head on a reservation near Mayetta, Kansas. He wears overalls.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940]
    • Potawatomi woman

    • A Native American (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) woman strips bark from a tree on a reservation near Mayetta, Kansas. She wears a cloth turban.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940]
    • Bark houses, Ioway village, front view

    • Iowa (Ioway) Native Americans pose in front of a pole and bark house, Ioway village, Oklahoma. Some wear a Euro-American style clothing. A man, woman and boy are on horseback with beaded blankets and clothing; the boy has a shaved head with a tuft...
    • Hargrave, J. J.
    • 1890 May 1
    • Potawatomi man

    • A Native American (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) man strips bark from a tree on a reservation near Mayetta, Kansas. He wears overalls.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940]
    • Potawatomi woman

    • A Native American (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) woman strips bark from a tree with an ax on a reservation near Mayetta, Kansas.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940]
    • Potawatomi women

    • Native American (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) women strip bark from a tree with an ax on a reservation near Mayetta, Kansas.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940]
    • Potawatomi woman

    • A Native American (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) woman strips bark from a tree with an ax on a reservation near Mayetta, Kansas.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940]
    • 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?]
    • Indian abodes, models

    • Reproduction of a clay model that shows a Native American abode, a dome shaped thatch wigwam with a bark roof.
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    • 1979?
    • Great Lakes tribe camp

    • View of horses, wagons, and wigwams in a Native American (unidentified Great Lakes Plains tribe)camp. The wigwams are dome shaped thatch structures covered by a large section of bark which provided waterproofing.
    • Parsons, George W.
    • [between 1865 and 1880?]
    • Pottawatomie [i. e. Potawatomi] dice game

    • Mrs. Josie McKenney (Kit-tas), Mrs. Rosan Potts (Ke-o-ko-mo-quah), and Mrs. William Wapp, Native American (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) women, sit on a wooden platform and play a dice game on a reservation near Mayetta, Kansas. The women sit near a...
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    • May, 1936
    • Potawattomie [i. e. Potawatomi] dice game

    • Mrs. William Wapp, Mrs. Josie McKenney (Kit-tas), and Mrs. Rosan Potts (Ke-o-ko-mo-quah), Native American (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) women, sit on a wooden platform and play a dice game on a reservation near Mayetta, Kansas. The women sit near a...
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    • May, 1936
    • Nederland, Colorado. Hotels and Motels. The Antlers (first)

    • A group of men, women and children stands on the front porch and in front of The Antlers Hotel in Nederland in Boulder County, Colorado, probably in the 1890s. A man stands next to a woman holding a baby on the right side of the front porch. The...
    • Kemp, Donald Campbell, 1889-1975.
    • [between 1935 and 1950?]
    • Potawatomi woman

    • A Native American (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) woman constructs a wooden frame for drying meat on a reservation near Mayetta, Kansas. A bark shelter and roof are in the distance.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940]
    • Timberline "Humpty Dumpty"

    • A large tree stump with a swirling pattern on its bark stands in the foreground, probably in Stump Flats west of Apex in Gilpin County, Colorado. Photographer titled the image "Humpty Dumpty."
    • Kemp, Donald Campbell, 1889-1975.
    • [between 1935 and 1950?]
    • Basket

    • Shows a Native American (Zuni Pueblo) wicker basket; it was used as a bowl with a carrying capacity of a half gallon. The basket is made of red bark willow.
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    • [between 1900 and 1920]
    • Scarred Ponderosa Pine Tree, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colo.

    • View of a scarred Ponderosa Pine tree and Park Ranger Rainey Kreis in Tuxedo Park, Rocky Mountain National Park, Larimer County, Colo. It is believed that Indians peeled the bark off the trees, without killing them, for medicinal purposes.
    • Noel, Thomas J. (Thomas Jacob)
    • 2011
    • Potawatomi food preparation

    • An unidentified Native American Potawatomi (Prairie Band) woman wearing a print dress and head scarf, sits on a rug outside a bark covered lodge with a mortar and pestle, Potawatomi Reservation west of Mayetta, Kansas.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940?]]
    • Potawatomi cook

    • A Native American (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) woman cooks with metal pots over an open fire on a reservation near Mayetta, Kansas. A bark lodge is in the distance.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940]
    • Ioway Indians

    • Iowa (Ioway) Native Americans pose outside a bark and pole house, Ioway village, Oklahoma. The man and boy wear trousers and shirts with decorative bibs; a woman sits on a table under a roof.
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    • [between 1890 and 1900?]
    • Potawatomi food preparation

    • Close-up view of fruit on a bark table on a Native American (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) reservation near Mayetta, Kansas.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940]
    • Potawatomi abodes

    • Native American Potawatomi (Prairie Band) men and women gather by a lodge with bent poles and bark covering, a wood frame house shows in the background, Potawatomi Reservation west of Mayetta, Kansas.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940?]]
    • Potawatomi food preparation

    • An unidentified Native American (Prairie Band) Potawatomi woman wearing a print dress and head scarf, sits on a rug outside a bark covered lodge with a mortar and pestle, Potawatomi Reservation west of Mayetta, Kansas.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940?]]
    • Tabernash, Colo.

    • An automobile parks by a false front business trimmed in split timber covered with bark, Tabernash, Grand County, Colorado. Letters above the covered porch read: Tabernash.
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    • May 11, 1978
    • Potawatomi woman

    • A Native American (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) woman works on the wooden pole frame of a bark lodge on the reservation near Mayetta, Kansas. She holds a thin wooden pole.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940]
    • Long's Peak Inn (interior)

    • View of a rustic wooden staircase in Enos Mills' Long's Peak Inn in Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado. The staircase has weathered logs as newel posts, and knotted pine balusters. The building has log walls and a wood floor. Some of the...
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    • Manzanita blossoms

    • View of the blossoms of a manzanita shrub (Arctostaphylos columbiana) in California. The evergreen shrub has smooth bark, ovate leaves, and small and pendulous blossoms.
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1880 and 1930?]
    • Unidentified Potawatomi woman

    • An unidentified Native American Potawatomi (Prairie Band) girl stands on a woven blanket in front of a bark covered lodge; she wears a blouse with a ruffled collar and sleeves, skirt with edge banding, head scarf and carries something wrapped in a...
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    • [between 1930 and 1940?]]
    • Potawatomi woman

    • A Native American woman (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) whittles a pole near a wooden pole frame for a bark lodge on the reservation near Mayetta, Kansas. An automobile is parked in the distance.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940]
    • Unidentified Potawatomi woman

    • An unidentified Native American Potawatomi (Prairie Band) girl sits on a woven blanket in front of a bark covered lodge; she wears a blouse with a ruffled collar and sleeves, skirt with edge banding, head scarf and holds a toy cradleboard with a...
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    • [between 1930 and 1940?]]
    • Chief Hosa Lodge, Genesee, Colo.

    • View of Chief Hosa Lodge located at 27661 Genesee Drive, Genesee, Colo. Designed by noted Denver architect, Jacques B. Benedict in 1918, local timber and native stone were combined in the construction of this one-and-one-half-story lodge. Also in...
    • Noel, Thomas J. (Thomas Jacob)
    • 2007

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