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    • Family of the interpreter, Frank [i.e. Franc] C. Goings

    • Julia Goings, wife of Franc C. Goings, a North American Indian (Sioux) interpreter for the performers in "The Red Man", poses with her children in front of a painted backdrop of Yellowstone Falls, in the dirt arena at the Empress Hall at the Golden...
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    • 1909
    • Ute Indians, group portrait

    • Group portrait of North American Indian (Ute) men and women who include Chief Ouray and his wife, Chipeta. Chief Ouray wears a beaded buckskin shirt, leggings, and a breechclout, his hair is braided. Chipeta wears a fringed buckskin dress, a...
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    • [1880?]
    • Dewey Beard, wife and daughter

    • Dewey Beard, his wife and daughter, Native American (Plains) man, woman, and girl, pose outdoors. Dewey Beard wears moccasins, leggings, a breechcloth, a fringed shirt, a hair pipe breast plate decorated with a medal, a necklace made of teeth, and...
    • Colorado Photo Co.
    • [between 1880 and 1910?]
    • Necklace

    • Shows a Native American Sioux braided beadwork necklace purchased or made in Pine Ridge, South Dakota. The necklace features white, yellow and blue beadwork; a multicolor loop bead pendant.
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    • [between 1910 and 1930]
    • Necklace

    • Shows a Native American Sioux glass bead necklace made or purchased in Pine Ridge, South Dakota. The necklace is made of translucent pick glass beads.
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    • [between 1910 and 1930]
    • Necklace

    • Shows a Native American Sioux bead necklace made or purchase in Pine Ridge, South Dakota. The necklace features multicolored beadwork and a blue loop. The subject matter of this piece may be salt and pepper.
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    • [between 1920 and 1950]
    • Necklace

    • Shows a Native American (Sioux?) necklace. Glass and ceramic black, blue and white beads and brass pieces are strung on leather strips. In the center of the piece is a round white shell. Leather strip ties are both ends of the necklace.
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    • [between 1870 and 1890]
    • Bead necklace

    • Shows a Native American (Ute) six string bead necklace made from seeds and juniper berries strung on black cotton thread.
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    • [between 1860 and 1870]
    • Necklace

    • A rawhide and bone necklace made by the Native American Teton Sioux. The necklace had eight bone pieces and black and yellow faceted beads.
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    • [between 1890 and 1910]
    • Iae-Lo-Ta-Tee and family

    • A Native American Flathead (Salish) man, identified as Iaelotatee, poses with his wife and son in front of a tepee. He wears moccasins, leggings, breech cloth, fringed shirt, ammunition belt, necklace, hair pipe choker, and pony tails. The boy...
    • Stone, Benjamin.
    • 1907
    • Unidentified children

    • Studio portrait of three unidentified children, a young boy and two girls. They pose in front of a painted backdrop beside a prop balustrade. The boy wears a loose, pleated shirt with an oversized collar and knickers. His dark hair is parted on the...
    • Chase, D. B. (Dana B.)
    • [between 1880 and 1890?]
    • Shown with Princess Stephanie Dolgorouky

    • Margaret "Molly" Tobin Brown poses with Princess Stephanie Dolgorouky of Russia probably in Denver, Colorado. The women wear elaborately decorated dresses and wide-brimmed hats. Princess Stephanie wears a necklace with an emerald pendant and a...
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    • 1927 July 10
    • Colorado and Southern, No. 7, Georgetown, Colorado

    • View of Colorado and Southern narrow gauge locomotive number seven (Cooke Locomotive works, 1884) downgrade under Georgetown Loop bridge, in Georgetown (Clear Creek County), Colorado. The conductor and brakemen stand at the left; the fireman (in...
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    • [between 1900 and 1910]
    • Judge Klah and his wives

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Judge Klah, a Native American (Navajo) Judge or Justice of the Peace. He poses with his two wives on, and in front of, Navajo woven blankets. The women wear machine made blankets and heishi bead necklaces. Judge Klah,...
    • Pennington, William M.
    • [between 1904 and 1932]
    • Nick Black Elk and family, Catholic catechist

    • Group studio portrait of a Native American (Oglala Sioux) man, identified as Black Elk, his wife, and his daughter, Lucy Looks Twice. Black Elk wears a suit, his wife wears a long dress decorated with elk's teeth and a hair pipe necklace, and his...
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    • [between 1890 and 1910?]
    • Annie Oakley

    • Studio portrait of Phoebe Anne Oakley Mozee (Annie Oakley). She wears a necklace given to her by Mad King Ludwig II of Bavaria.
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    • [between 1902 and 1926]
    • Group portrait with Utes

    • Studio portrait of two Native American (Ute) women and three white men. The woman wearing a striped dress, shawl, concho belt, earrings, and a bead necklace is identified as Mary Tobin, mother of Mollie Cloud. The other woman wears braids, a print...
    • Nast, Charles A.
    • 1899
    • Sioux Indians

    • Two young Native American (Sioux) girls pose on a grassy plain. One wears moccasins, a dark dress with elk tooth ornamentation, and a beaded necklace. The other wears a full length hide dress with fringe and elk's teeth, a belt with round disk...
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    • [between 1880 and 1910?]
    • Dakota Indians

    • An unidentified Native American (Dakota) man and girl pose near a large tree. The man wears leggings, a blanket around his waist, a fringed hide shirt, a hair pipe necklace, a kerchief, and a full length eagle feather headdress. The girl wears a...
    • Chanute, Octave, 1832-1910.
    • [between 1870 and 1890?]
    • Mrs. White Bull, age 73

    • Standing portrait of a Native American (Sioux) woman, identified as Mrs. (Emma) White Bull. She wears moccasins, a long dress with elk tooth decoration, a long hair pipe necklace, a belt, a bead necklace, and a choker. She holds a beaded pouch and...
    • Jacoby, C. E.
    • 1930
    • The last lodge of the Mandan

    • Fighting Bear, a Native American (Mandan) man, and his family (Ree) pose outdoors at Fort Berthold, Dakota Territory. He holds a calumet and wears moccasins, a breechcloth, leggings, bead and tooth necklace, and feather roach. His wife wears a...
    • Curtis, G. L.
    • [between 1880 and 1889]
    • Chief Iron Hail and wife

    • Standing portrait of Iron Hail, a Native American (Sioux) man, and his wife. Iron Hail wears a fringed hide shirt, a hair pipe breastplate, bear claw necklace, and headdress, and holds a tomahawk in his hand. His wife wears a decoratively beaded...
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    • [between 1890 and 1915?]
    • Piah

    • Studio portrait of Piah (Peter Snow), a Native American (Ute) chief. He wears a bandolier bag, hair-pipe necklace with medal, and bead necklace.
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1882 and 1900?]
    • Portrait with Utes

    • Studio portrait of two Native American (Ute) women and three white men. The woman wearing a striped dress, shawl, concho belt, earrings, and a bead necklace is identified as Mary Tobin, mother of Mollie Cloud. The other woman wears braids, a print...
    • Nast, Charles A.
    • 1899
    • Ute chief Tar-Boo-Cha-Ket Ouray's [?]

    • Studio portrait of Tar-Boo-Cha-Ket, a Native American (Ute) man. He wears a beaded bandolier, necklace with pendant, and a bead necklace.
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1882 and 1900?]
    • Plenty Coos Chief of the Crow Indians and daughter

    • Chief Plenty Coups, a Native American (Crow) man, poses with his daughter and wears moccasins, leggings, a breech cloth, gloves, a fringed shirt with bead and fur decorations, a necklace, and a headdress. He has a blanket draped over his left arm...
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    • [between 1910 and 1932?]
    • Ute Indians, Chief Severo & family

    • Studio portrait of a Native American (Ute) family identified as Chief Severo and his family. Women sit and wear shawls (mantas) over dresses and beaded moccasins; one woman holds a leather purse with a chain handle. Babies in cradleboards made with...
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1890 and 1900?]
    • Utes, Jose Romero and family

    • Studio portrait of a Native Americans (Ute) identified as Jose Romero and his family. Jose Romero stands, has braids, and wears a shirt with buttons, a leather breechcloth over pants, a neckerchief, a choker necklace, and beaded moccasins. A woman...
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • A Kootenai and two Flatheads

    • Three Native American men, one from the Kutenai tribe and two from the Flathead (Salish) tribe, pose on the Flathead Indian Reservation in Montana. One man wears a beaded hide shirt; a second man wears a beaded necklace, a studded vest, and a...
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • 1902
    • Bone Necklace, Ogallala Sioux

    • Seated portrait of Bone Necklace, Native American Oglala Sioux man, (Lakota) holding a war club (tomahawk) and wearing a cotton shirt, hair pipe breastplate, neck scarf, long loose hair, and a quilled vest. He holds a bandolier decorated with...
    • Heyn Photo.
    • 1899
    • Bone Necklace, Sioux

    • Head and shoulders portrait of Bone Necklace, Native American Sioux (Lakota) wearing a hair pipe breastplate, cotton shirt, quillwork vest, armbands, neck scarf, and feathers and bead strings in his hair.
    • Rinehart, F. A. (Frank A.)
    • 1899
    • Necklace

    • Shows a Native American Sioux necklace made or purchased in Pine Ridge, South Dakota. It features braided red, blue and white beadwork and a multicolor bead loop pendant.
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    • [between 1910 and 1930]
    • Camp in Monument Valley Park

    • Native American (Ute) women and children pose outside a tepee at Monument Valley Park, El Paso County, Colorado. They are identified as, back row, left to right: Ruby (Stone) Kent and Amy (Kent) Snow. Front row, left to right: Amy Snow's daughters...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • August, 1912
    • Lieutenant-Governor of the Zuni Indians

    • A Native American (Zuni Pueblo) man, identified as the Lieutenant-governor, poses at Zuni, New Mexico. The man holds a silver capped cane, sits wrapped in a woven blanket and wears a headband and a multi-strand turquoise bead necklace. People are...
    • O'Sullivan, Timothy H., 1840-1882.
    • 1873
    • Camp in Monument Valley Park Amy Kent in dark shawl and her mother

    • Native American (Ute) women and children pose outside a tepee at Monument Valley Park, El Paso County, Colorado. They are identified as, back row, left to right: Ruby (Stone) Kent and Amy (Kent) Snow. Front row, left to right: Amy Snow's daughters...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • August 29, 1912
    • White Face and family, Dakota, seated, in Indian clothing, full length

    • White Face and family, Dakota, full length seated studio portrait with painted backdrop; White Face wears feather headdress, earrings, breastplate, metal bands around wrists, beaded sash laying on lap, blanket wrapped around waist, and moccasins;...
    • Barry, D. F. (David Frances), 1854-1934.
    • [188-?]
    • Taos Pueblo

    • A Native American (Tewa) girl poses outdoors at Taos Pueblo, New Mexico. She wears leggings, a dress, a hair pipe necklace, and a necklace with a medal pendant.
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • September, 1895
    • Our cabin; Mrs. Bondurant and Margaret S.

    • Mrs. Bondurant, an African American woman and Margaret Shelton, an African American teenage girl, pose together in front of their cabin at the YMCA of the Rockies camp near Estes Park (Larimer County), Colorado. Mrs. Bondurant wears a dark dress...
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    • 1929, August 20-30
    • Group of unidentified Indians, Sioux, full length

    • Group of unidentified Native Americans, Dakota or possibly Crow, full length studio portraits with painted backdrop; group of three, two men and one woman; Native American man standing behind seated pair with two feathers in hat, muffler around...
    • Barry, D. F. (David Frances), 1854-1934.
    • [188-?]
    • Tabouachacet - Ute chief

    • Head and shoulders portrait of a Native American Ute, identified as Tabouachacet (Tab-u-cha-kat). He wears a loose shirt, decorative sash, bead necklace, and pendant necklace.
    • Chamberlain, W. G. (William Gunnison), 1815-1910.
    • [between 1862 and 1877]
    • Necklace

    • Shows a Native American Northern Plains necklace, it is oblong and is made with string, black, clear and red beadwork and yellow tubular beads.
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    • [between 1860 and 1880]
    • Unidentified Indian man and woman, Crows, seated, full length

    • Unidentified Crow man and woman, full length seated studio portrait with painted backdrop; man with feathers in hair, necklace, shirt, muffler around neck, blanket wrapped around waist, pants with fringe, and moccasins; woman with ornamentation on...
    • Barry, D. F. (David Frances), 1854-1934.
    • [188-?]
    • Chief Push-e-to-neke-qua, second chief Joe Tyson, Fox tribe of Iowa

    • Two Native American (Fox) men pose outdoors in front of a canopy of vines. On the left, Chief Push-E-To-Neke-Qua wears a roach, print shirt, bear claw necklace, and a blanket wrapped around his waist. He stands with a cane in his right hand. Chief...
    • Rinehart, F. A. (Frank A.)
    • 1899
    • Pouch necklace

    • A Native American (Ute) beaded pouch necklace. Multi-color glass beads are sewn and wrapped around a tube of buckskin. At one end of the piece is a tassel. The subject matter of the bead design is the Morningstar flower.
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    • 1890
    • Ute Indian group on reservation

    • Outdoor portrait (standing) of Native American (Ute) men and boy near a large pile of timber, probably near Ignacio, La Plata County, Colorado. Men, including Julian Buck, wear moccasins, leggings, breechcloths, shirts, and braided hair. One man...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • 1890
    • Interior of Te-wa house. Moqui, Ariz

    • Interior view of a Native American (Hopi) house; a woman grinding corn wears a dress, necklace and hair whorls, another holds a whisk and a pot. A man wears a shirt, pants, and a necklace; print fabrics, art prints, and a hide hang on the walls.
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    • [between 1890 and 1900?]
    • Mariano Navajo Chief New Mexico

    • Studio portrait (standing) of Mariano, a Native American (Navajo) man. He holds a shotgun and wears a fringed blanket, leggings, cloth belt, silver bead necklace with naja pendant, bead necklace, and a fur pelt cap.
    • Wittick, Ben, 1845-1903.
    • [between 1885 and 1886]
    • Necklace

    • Native American (Dakota Sioux) necklace made of horse teeth and beads, possibly brass.
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    • [between 1870 and 1900?]

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