Ed McGaa, a Native American (Oglala Sioux), holds a ceremonial whistle in his mouth and has thongs attached to his newly pierced chest as he prepares to participate in a Sun Dance ceremony. He wears a wreath around his head, body paint, bracelets,...
Body piercing--1960-1970.; Dakota Indians--Spiritual life--1960-1970.; Indians of North America--1960-1970.; Oglala Indians--Spiritual life--1960-1970.; Ceremonial dancers--1960-1970.; Rites & ceremonies--1960-1970.; Sun dance--1960-1970.; McGaa,...
A Native American (Oglala Sioux) chief, identified as Andrew Fools Crow, is on one knee as he performs a piercing ceremony on the prostrate body of Ed McGaa. Fools Crow wears a fringed vest over a long sleeved shirt, a headband, and an arm band....
Body piercing--1960-1970.; Dakota Indians--Spiritual life--1960-1970.; Indians of North America--1960-1970.; Oglala Indians--Spiritual life--1960-1970.; Rites & ceremonies--1960-1970.; McGaa, Ed.; Fools Crow, Andrew.
Book created by Retired Reverend Monsignor Hugh L. McMenamin, LLD. for the Diamond Jubilee of the Cathedral Parish of Denver, Colorado. It covers the years of 1860 to 1935. Included in the book are sections dedicated to: Bishop Machebeuf, a...
Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception (Denver, Colo.); Catholic Church Colorado.
A newspaper dedicated to the interests of North Denver, Villa Park and the West Side. It contains various articles and illustrations about the West Side of Denver, including maps of Denver and the Villa Park and Barnum's subdivision.
Reproduction of a lithograph by Frederick Remington, shows a Blackfoot (Siksika) Native American man enduring a portion of the Sun Dance that includes a piercing of both nipples with thongs that are attached to ropes drawn tight. The man wears a...
Indians of North America--Spiritual life--Montana--1890-1900.; Siksika Indians--Dance--Montana--1890-1900.; Ceremonial dancers--Montana--1890-1900.; Sun dance--Montana--1890-1900.; United States. Office of Indian Affairs. Blackfeet...
Booklet of poetry written by students of the Morey Junior High School in Denver, Colorado. The book was sponsored by the English and Miss Agnes Govreau of the Art Department. The booklet was hand set by the boys in the printing class.
Morey Junior High School (Denver, Colo.); School prose, American--Colorado--Denver.; Schools--Colorado--Denver.
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