• Collection
    Native American stickball players 2 photoprints : gelatin silver ; 13 x 18 cm. or smaller. | Group portraits of Native American stickball players dressed in ribbon work loincloths and holding racquets and stetson style hats. Probably photographed in Oklahoma.
    • Contributor: Farnum, G. H. (George H.)
    • Date: 1924
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    Postcards of Native Americans 22 prints (postcards) : photolithograph, color ; 14 x 8 cm. or smaller. | Postcards depicting scenes of Native American life and portraits of Native Americans. Includes images of Navajo woman weaving a blanket, a Pima baby, babies in cradleboards, a woman at Isleta Pueblo, Pueblo women selling pottery at a train, a Ute man in a feather headdress, and a Hopi man smoking...
    • Date: 1900
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    Native American portraits 5 photoprints on cards : albumen ; 9 x 5 cm. or smaller. | Studio portraits of Native Americans, two identified as Winnebago, one possibly Oto. Sitters include four young men dressed in cloth shirts, beaded chokers, earrings, and bandanas, and a young boy, José Sabino Uc(?) in Euro-American dress seated on box, holding sword.
    • Date: 1865
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    Native American portraits 21 photoprints : gelatin silver ; 25 x 18 cm. or smaller. | Studio portraits taken at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition in 1904 of Native American leaders including Apache chief Geronimo, Dakota leaders Hollow Horn Bear, American Horse, and Jack Red Cloud; and Cheyenne chief Wolf Robe. Clothing of sitters includes feather headdresses, beaded vests and shirts, and peace medals.
    • Contributor: Wyman, H. W.
    • Date: 1904
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    Native American portraits 7 photoprints : gelatin silver ; 32 x 26 cm. or smaller. | Portraits of Native American men and women, probably Ojibwa and Siksika (Blackfoot). Includes images of Ojibwa woman making birchbark vessels and boiling syrup, Ojibwa man in canoe, and Siksika men in "medicine lodge" and people on horseback with travois.
    • Contributor: Reed, Roland
    • Date: 1908
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    Native American portraits 5 photoprints : gelatin silver ; 25 x 20 cm. or smaller. | Copies of photoprints collected by the U.S. Army Signal Corps. Includes portraits of Dakota men, Low Dog and Crow King, who fought in the Battle of the Little Big Horn; Curly, one of Custer's Crow scouts, with his horse; and the Indian Agent John P. Clum with two Apache men, Diablo...
    • Contributor: United States. Army. Signal Corps - Barry, D. F. (David Francis)
    • Date: 1875
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    Native Americans in Arizona 6 photoprints on stereo cards : stereographs, albumen ; 8 x 13 cm. or smaller. | Apache men playing cards, an Apache man, "Hearty Jack," in front of a bush shelter, and a group of Apache men and a few Euro-American men, in front of buildings, possibly at San Carlos Reservation. Also includes images of a Yuma man watching "emigrants" arrive in wagons, a...
    • Contributor: Continent Stereoscopic Company
    • Date: 1870
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    Portraits of Native Americans 4 photoprints : albumen ; 24 x 18 cm. or smaller. | Two portraits probably taken in 1875 in Okmulgee, Indian Territory during the Grand Council of the Indian Territory. Sitters include Apple Tree, seated on rocks holding a tomahawk and wearing a roach hairpiece with a feather, and "Black Hawk," an Arapaho chief seated on rocks holding a peace pipe and wearing a...
    • Contributor: Hillers, John K.
    • Date: 1872
  • Collection
    Native American portraits 15 prints : photolithograph, color ; 23 x 17 cm. or smaller. | 6 photographic prints : 2 cyanotypes; 23 x 18 cm. or smaller. | Mostly studio portraits of Ute, Apache, Ojibwa, Pueblo, Crow, and Hopi men, women, and children. Sitters include Ute chiefs Ignacio and Buckskin Charlie, Apache chief James Garfield, Hopi snake priest Taqui, and Chief Paupukkeewis, an Iroquois adopted by...
    • Contributor: Jackson, William Henry - Detroit Publishing Co. - Detroit Photographic Co.
    • Date: 1899
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    [Children at Native American village] 1 drawing : ink and graphite ; sheet 471 x 222 mm. | Drawing shows four Native American children greeting white girl; village with teepees in the background.
    • Contributor: Wireman, Katharine Richardson
    • Date: 1929
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    Portraits of Native American men 6 photoprints : gelatin silver ; 26 x 20 cm. or smaller. | Posed studio and outdoor portraits of men of unidentified tribes, or of men portraying Indians, in ceremonial dress. Includes named sitters: Chief Kiutas Tecumseh, Chief Evergreen Tree, "Benjamin Brave". Includes a publicity photo of "Lone Ranger" character Tonto.
    • Date: 1915
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    Native Americans of the Southwest 46 photoprints : gelatin silver and albumen ; 19 x 24 cm. or smaller. | Portraits of Apache, Mohave, Pueblo, Hopi, and Havasupai people and views of pueblos and ceremonies in Arizona and New Mexico. Includes images of Apache men and children in front of brush shelter and in field with cattle, Havasupai men and women in Supai Canyon, Arizona; water carriers near Acoma,...
    • Contributor: Wittick, Ben
    • Date: 1880
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    [Native American woman leading children on horseback] 1 drawing : ink and graphite ; sheet 255 x 153 mm. | Drawing shows white girl holding Native American baby on horse led by Native American woman.
    • Contributor: Wireman, Katharine Richardson
    • Date: 1930
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Native American veterans. Flag song - Fort Berthold 1 photographic print : gelatin silver. | Photograph shows Native American veterans and servicemen during a "flag song" at Fort Berthold Indian Reservation. Also shows Native Americans in ceremonial dress.
    • Contributor: Jackson, Zig
    • Date: 1991
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    Portraits of Native Americans in California 5 photoprints on stereo cards : stereographs, gelatin silver ; 9 x 7 cm. or smaller. | Images depict a group of Native American children, a family in Euro-American dress, a group of men "playing the grass game", in front of a circular wood structure, and a group of people seated around poles hung with cloth.
    • Contributor: Thunen, William
    • Date: 1906
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    Simulated scenes of Native American life 5 photoprints on stereo cards : stereographs, gelatin silver; 8 x 15 cm. or smaller. | Native American man and young woman posed in outdoor scenes depicting an "Indian maid" in the woods, an eagle attacking a man, a "Sioux hunter" stalking a deer, and a man with bow and arrow behind a cliff.
    • Contributor: International Stereograph Co. - Wasson, C. L. (Charles L.)
    • Date: 1908
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    Native Americans at the Panama-California Exposition 5 photoprints : gelatin silver ; 19 x 25 cm. or smaller. | Images of the Painted Desert exhibit of Southwest Native American cultures at the Panama-California Exposition in San Diego, 1915-1916. Includes images of Zuni women making pottery under a drying platform, Pueblo women firing pottery, Hopi bake ovens, a trading post, and men doing the Dog Dance in a kiva.
    • Contributor: Panama-California Exposition ( : San Diego, Calif.), Copyright Claimant
    • Date: 1914
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    Portraits of Native Americans from the Southwest 41 photographic prints : gelatin silver and albumen; 24 x 18 cm. or smaller. | Portraits of Native Americans including Navajo, Mohave, Hopi, Maricopa, Yuma, Havasupai, Cocopa, Apache, Pueblo, Isleta, Pima and Acoma(?) people, and others not identified. Includes images of a Yuma man playing the flute, a Maricopa man with bow and arrow, a woman, possibly Acoma, descending a ladder; an Apache scout...
    • Contributor: Duckwall, D. T., (David Thomas) - Duckwall, D. T., Jr. (David Thomas)
    • Date: 1870
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    Portraits of Native Americans from Plains tribes 78 photographic prints : gelatin silver or albumen ; 20 x 28 cm. or smaller. | Most images are of individuals--primarily men in ceremonial dress; also women, a mother and child and children. One image shows an "Indian cowboy" with cowboy hat and lasso. Sitters include: Chief Red Wolf, Ta-goon-quaste (Tail of the Rabbit), Rain-in-the-Face, Chief Drag Wolf, Chief Plenty Coos (i.e. Coups), Hollow...
    • Date: 1882
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    Native American life in the Plains region 42 photoprints : 35 gelatin silver and 7 albumen ; 18 x 24 cm. or smaller. | Images relating to the Atsina (Gros Ventre), Dakota, Kansa, Pawnee, Crow, Sarsi, Siksika (Blackfoot), Assiniboin, Cheyenne, and other tribes. Includes images of encampments with tepees, canvas tents, people, and horses, some possibly of the Crow Fair; Cheyenne men dancing in a street, the "Ghost Dance," horses pulling...
    • Date: 1870
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    Native American life in the Southwest 37 photoprints : 33 gelatin silver and 4 albumen ; 17 x 23 cm. or smaller. | Images of structures, activities, and ceremonial dances of the Cochiti, Taos, Hopi, Zuni, San Juan, San Ildefonso, Isleta, Pima, Yuma, and Apache people. Includes portraits of a San Ildefonso woman making pottery, a Pima woman making a basket, Taos women winnowing grain, Apache men and boys, and...
    • Date: 1870
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    Native Americans of the Pacific Northwest Coast 4 photoprints on mounts : gelatin silver ; 19 x 24 cm. or smaller. | Images depict Swinomish men in canoes, and a "Lummi chief" spearing and shooting salmon with bow and arrow. Photoprints probably taken on San Juan or other islands of Puget Sound or on nearby mainland in Washington State.
    • Contributor: Kiser, Fred H.
    • Date: 1924
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Native American veterans. Year of Xxoshgah - honor song - 1994 1 photographic print : gelatin silver. | Photograph shows Native American veterans and active servicemen during an "honor song" in the year of the Xhoshgah, 1994.
    • Contributor: Jackson, Zig
    • Date: 1994
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Native American veterans. "Tom Yellowtail" honor song, Crow Fair, Montana 1 photographic print : gelatin silver. | Photograph shows Tom Yellowtail (center) with Native American servicemen at an "honor song" for him during Crow Fair, at Crow Agency, Montana.
    • Contributor: Jackson, Zig
    • Date: 1993
  • Collection
    Portraits of Native Americans at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition 13 photographic prints : 6 gelatin silver and 7 platinum ; 52 x 25 cm. or smaller. | Portraits of Native Americans at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition of 1904, including Cheyenne, Osage, and Pueblo people. Includes portraits of an "Osage warrior" a "Cheyenne scout", a Pueblo family, a Pueblo mother and child, Pueblo men doing the Eagle Dance, and men performing an inaccurate version...
    • Contributor: Gerhard Sisters
    • Date: 1904