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    • Feather Earring

    • Feather Earring, a Native American (Apache) man, poses on horseback. He wears a breechcloth and beaded necklace.
    • Apache Indians--1860-1870.; Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Horseback riding--1860-1870.; Feather Earing.
    • [between 1862 and 1870]
    • U. S. Commissioners in council with Arapahoes & Cheyennes, U.S.A. Generals, Harrison, Sherman,...

    • United States Army Generals, Harrison, Sherman, and Terry sit under a canvas tent and hold a council with Native American Arapahoes and Cheyennes.
    • Arapaho Indians--1860-1870.; Cheyenne Indians--1860-1870.; Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Generals--American--1860-1870.; Meetings--1860-1870.; Tents--1860-1870.; Harrison, Benjamin, 1833-1901.; Sherman, William T. (William Tecumseh),...
    • 1862?
    • Camp Weld Council, Denver

    • Group portrait of the Camp Weld Council, Denver, Colorado, shows white and Native American men arranged in three rows. Identification: "Standing (back row) l. to rt.: 1. unidentified, 2. unidentified, 3. John Simpson Smith, interpreter, 4. White...
    • Arapaho Indians--1860-1870.; Cheyenne Indians--1860-1870.; Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Organizations--1860-1870.
    • September 28, 1864
    • Chief Little Raven's son

    • Studio portrait (reclining) of Chief Little Raven's son, a Native American (Arapahoe) boy. The boy wears moccasins, a blanket, and a shirt.
    • Arapaho Indians--1860-1870.; Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Boys--1860-1870.; Little Raven--Family.
    • [between 1890 and 1920?]
    • On the plains, Indians attacking Butterfield's overland dispatch coach

    • A driver and passengers on a mule-driven stagecoach, the "Butterfield Overland Dispatch", fire rifles and pistols as North American Indians on horseback charge the stagecoach. Indians hold coup sticks, guns and shields. Shows a tepee and men on a...
    • Butterfield Overland Stage Line--Disasters--1860-1870.; Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Danger--1860-1870.; Stagecoaches--1860-1870.
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    • Sioux and Cheyenne attacking a wagon train

    • White men prepare to defend a wagon train from Native American (Sioux and Cheyenne) men on horseback.
    • Cheyenne Indians--1860-1870.; Dakota Indians--1860-1870.; Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Covered wagons--1860-1870.
    • [between 1860 and 1870]
    • Le Loup-Tachete, chef chayenne

    • Standing portrait of a Native American (Cheyenne) man, identified as Loup Tachete. He wears boots, pants, shirt, kerchief, hat, braids, a blanket over one shoulder, and carries an inverted rifle in his hands.
    • Cheyenne Indians--1860-1870.; Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Loup Tachete.
    • 1868
    • Pawnee chiefs

    • Studio portrait of two North American Indian (Pawnee) men. They are identified as: La-Roo-Rutk-A-Haw-La-Shar, Night Chief, and La-Roo-Ra-Shar-Roo-Cosh, A Man That Left His Enemy lying In the Water, both of the Kit Ka-Hoct (Kitkehahke) Band. Night...
    • Clothing & dress.; Rifles.; Tribal chiefs.; Warriors.; Man That Left His Enemy lying In the Water.; Night Chief.; Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Pawnee Indian Tribe of Oklahoma--1860-1870.
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    • Cynthia Ann Parker

    • Portrait of Cynthia Ann Parker, a white woman nursing her baby, Prairie Flower (Toposannah). Parker was captured by Native American Comanches as a teenager, later married Chief Peta Nocona and bore children including Quanah Parker, the last...
    • Comanche Indians--1860-1870.; Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Breast feeding--1860-1870.; Infants--1860-1870.; Mothers & children--1860-1870.; Women--1860-1870.; Nocona, Peta--Family.; Parker, Cynthia Ann, 1827?-1864.; Parker, Prairie...
    • [between 1860 and 1870?]
    • The world and two gods of the weather

    • A Native American Sioux symbolic drawing depicts several figures, birds, animals, and a tepee.
    • Dakota Indians--1850-1860.; Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Symbols--1850-1860.
    • [1864?]
    • Sioux Indians in ambush preparing to attack settlers

    • Native American (Sioux) men crouch behind a fence as they wait to attack a farm. One man holds a rifle and wears a bow and quiver.
    • Dakota Indians--1860-1870.; Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Ambushes--1860-1870.
    • [between 1940 and 1960]
    • Sioux Indians attempting to stampede General Custer's horses

    • Native American Sioux men on horseback above General Custer's tent camp.
    • Dakota Indians--1860-1870.; Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Horseback riding--1860-1870.; Military camps--1860-1870.; Custer, George Armstrong, 1839-1876--Homes & haunts.
    • [between 1940 and 1960?]
    • Little Paul

    • Head and shoulders portrait of Little Paul, a Native American Sioux man, wearing a shirt and neck scarf and a blanket over one shoulder.
    • Dakota Indians--1860-1870.; Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Little Paul.
    • [between 1940 and 1960?]
    • Custer expedition

    • The four illustrations show Custer's encounters with Native American Sioux. Illustrations include: "The Platte River at North Platte," "Traveling on a prairie canon," "General Custer's interview with Pawnee Killer" and "Sioux Indians attempting to...
    • Dakota Indians--1860-1870.; Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Military camps--1860-1870.; Military officers--1860-1870.; Custer, George Armstrong, 1839-1876.
    • [between 1940 and 1960?]
    • 1868 Dakota delegation

    • Native Americans (Sioux) and white men are gathered in a semi-circle for a group portrait. This is the delegation who were to sign a treaty that would free Native American lands from white encroachment and bring peace to the middle north-west.
    • Dakota Indians--Treaties--1860-1870.; Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Peace treaties--1860-1870.
    • [1960?]
    • Indian scouts watching Custer's advance

    • Two Native American men lie low in tall grass as they scout the advance of George Custer.
    • Indian scouts--1860-1870.; Indians of North America--1860-1870.
    • 1892?
    • Indian women bathing

    • Native American women bath in a river. Cradleboards rest among bushes nearby. Shows dwellings and a stockade.
    • Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Bathing--1860-1870.
    • 1870?
    • Hunting the buffalo on foot

    • A Native American man hunts a buffalo on foot. He carries arrows in his mouth and runs beside the animal, which he has already pierced with one arrow.
    • Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Bison hunting--1860-1870.
    • 1870?
    • Our Indian war sketches

    • North American Indian (Arapahoe) men sit with military men in uniform, and smoke a calumet (pipe) near an Indian camp. The Indian men have long hair, necklaces or earrings, and sit wrapped in robes. One man wears a feather in his military hat....
    • Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Calumets--1860-1870.; Horseback riding--1860-1870.; Indian encampments--1860-1870.; Military scouts--1860-1870.; Smoking--1860-1870.
    • 1867 June 29
    • Pony Express rider chased into station by Indians

    • A Pony Express rider chased by a group of Indians races towards a Pony Express station. Men with rifles stand outside the station. One man holds a fresh horse for the rider. The station is constructed of stone and has a sod roof. Mountains and a...
    • Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Chasing--1860-1870.; Fighting--1860-1870.; Horseback riding--1860-1870.; Pony express--1860-1870.; Stone buildings--1860-1870.; Transportation facilities--1860-1870.; Watercolors--1930-1940.; Westward...
    • 1933
    • Mariano Madino [sic], a noted Rocky Mountain guide

    • Portrait of Mariano Medina, a French / Native American guide, trapper, trader, and bounty hunter from Taos, New Mexico. He wears fringed leather coat with a fur collar and cuffs, moccasins, pants with a woven stripe, and he smokes a pipe.
    • Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Clothing & dress--1860-1870.; Guides & scouts--1860-1870.; Men--1860-1870.; Smoking--1860-1870.; Trappers--1860-1870.
    • [between 1860 and 1870?]
    • Indian lovers

    • A Native American men outside a tepee on a moonlit night, one man sits on the ground playing a drum, the other leans against a tree and plays a flute.
    • Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Flutes--1860-1870.
    • 1870?
    • Three Crossings Station, Wyo.

    • A Pony Express rider gallops away from the Three Crossings Station in Fremont County, Wyoming. This United States Army station has log and stone buildings with a log stockade and a lookout tower. Men camp beside their covered wagons near the...
    • Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Fremont County (Wyo.)--1860-1870.; Oregon National Historic Trail--1860-1870.; Sweetwater River (Wyo.)--1860-1870.; Covered wagons--Wyoming--Fremont County--1860-1870.; Forts & fortifications--Wyoming--Fremont...
    • [1933]
    • Pony rider passing outpost of telegraph construction

    • A Pony Express rider waves at a telegraph line construction crew on possibly the Oregon Trail. The crew waves back. North American Indians, on horseback, are on a ridge nearby. A wagon train and snow capped mountains are in the distance.
    • Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Horseback riding--1860-1870.; Linemen--1860-1870.; Pony Express--1860-1870.; Telegraph lines--1860-1870.; Wagon trains--1860-1870.; Watercolors--1930-1940.; Westward movement--1860-1870.
    • 1936
    • Completion of the Pacific Railroad

    • Railroad workers greet a locomotive and passenger train on a trestle near telegraph lines. Native American, Plains Indians near tepees, are on the other side of the river with travois and on horseback. A border shows people representative of the...
    • Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Indian encampments--1860-1870.; Railroads--1860-1870.; Trestles--1860-1870.
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    • American Indian

    • Studio portrait (seated) of a Native American man, he wears a bear claw necklace, a peace medallion, a loose shirt with leggings and moccasins, and a single feather, Colorado. He has a blanket on his lap and a flute attached to his wrist.
    • Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Men--1860-1870.
    • ca. 1868
    • Fur-traders on the Missouri attacked by Indians

    • Men row a wooden mackinaw boat filled with American buffalo and other furs on the Missouri River, to escape attack by Native Americans. Shows an exchange of arrows and bullets. Fallen men are in the boat; one Native American man falls from a tree....
    • Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Missouri River--1860-1870.; Boats--1860-1870.; Fighting--1860-1870.; Fur trade--1860-1870.; Hides & skins--1860-1870.; Rivers--1860-1870.
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    • Lrataba, chief of the Mojaves

    • Sitting portrait of a Native American (Mohave) man identified as Lrataba. He wears a suit coat, bow tie, long hair, and a head cover.
    • Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Mohave Indians--1860-1870.; Lrataba, Mohave Indian.
    • 1864?
    • Timothy, chief of the Nez Perces

    • A portrait of a Native American (Nez Perce) chief, identified as Timothy. He wears fringed hide clothing, a pouch, and holds a pipe in his hands.
    • Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Nez Percé Indians--1860-1870.; Tribal chiefs--1860-1870.; Timothy, Nez Perce Chief, 1800-1891.
    • [between 1950 and 1980?]
    • Pawnee

    • Sitting portrait of an unidentified Native American (Pawnee) man. He is shirtless and wears leggings, a blanket around his waist, necklaces, earrings, a woven sash over his right shoulder, and two feathers in his hair. He holds a tomahawk in his...
    • Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Pawnee Indians--1860-1870.; Clothing & dress--1860-1870.
    • 1867?
    • Pawnee

    • Sitting portrait of an unidentified Native American (Pawnee) man. He is shirtless and wears leggings, a cloth around his waist, necklaces, earrings, and a feather in his hair. He holds a war club in the crook of his right arm.
    • Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Pawnee Indians--1860-1870.; Clubs (Weapons)--1860-1870.
    • 1867?
    • Pawnee Indians

    • North American Indian (Pawnee) boys pose outside of an earthen lodge constructed of logs and sticks covered with dried mud in (probably) Nebraska. Two wear breechclouts, one holds a bow and arrows and the other has his head shaved and wears a roach...
    • Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Pawnee Indians--1860-1870.; Earth lodges.; Boys.; Clothing & dress.
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    • Pawnee Chief

    • Sitting portrait of an unidentified Native American (Pawnee) man holding a small child. The man wears moccasins, leggings, a fur wrap around his waist, a print shirt, and a bead necklace. The child is obscured by the man's arms with the exception...
    • Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Pawnee Indians--1860-1870.; Fathers & children--1860-1870.
    • 1867?
    • Antonio Azul, chief of the Pimos

    • Portrait of Antonio Azul, Native American (Pima) chief. He is shirtless and wears a head cover.
    • Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Pima Indians--1860-1870.; Tribal chiefs--1860-1870.; Azul, Antonio.
    • 1864?
    • Tecumtha

    • Reproduction of a lithograph shows a head and shoulders portrait of Tecumseh, a Native American (Shawnee) chief. He wears a military uniform coat with epaulets, a medal around his neck, and a hat with plumage.
    • Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Shawnee Indians--1860-1870.; Tecumseh, Shawnee Chief, 1768-1813.
    • [between 1940 and 1970?]
    • Portrait of Tecumseh

    • Reproduction of a lithograph shows a head and shoulders portrait of Tecumseh, a Native American (Shawnee) chief. He wears a military uniform coat with epaulets, a medal around his neck, and a hat with plumage.
    • Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Shawnee Indians--1860-1870.; Tecumseh, Shawnee Chief, 1768-1813.
    • [between 1940 and 1970?]
    • "Billy" a Shoshone warrior

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Billy, a Native American (Shoshone) man. He wears a blanket over his lap, a shirt, scarves over his braids, and a beaded necklace.
    • Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Shoshoni Indians--1860-1870.; Billy Shoshone Indian.
    • 1867
    • Snake Chief

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Washakie, a Native American (Shoshone) man. He wears moccasins, leggings, a blanket over his lap, a wide cloth bandolier, and a round medal around his neck. He holds a wide-brimmed hat.
    • Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Shoshoni Indians--1860-1870.; Tribal chiefs--1860-1870.; Washakie, ca. 1804-1900.
    • [between 1890 and 1920?]
    • The stampede

    • Four mounted Native Americans use pieces of cloth to stampede four horses.
    • Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Stampedes--1860-1870.
    • 1869?
    • Ouray and sub-chiefs of the Utes

    • Studio portrait of Chief Ouray, center, with Warets, Shavano, Ankatosh and Guerro, sub-chiefs of the Native American Tabeguache (Uncompahgre) Ute band. Clothing includes tunics, buckskin leggings, moccasins, chokers, and bead necklaces.
    • Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Tabeguache Indians--1860-1870.; Ute Indians--1860-1870.; Group portraits--1860-1879.; Tribal chiefs--1860-1870.; Ankatosh.; Guerro.; Ouray.; Shavano.; Warets.; Geological and Geographical Survey of the...
    • [1868?]

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