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    • Mescalero camp Southfork, N M

    • View of a Native American Mescalero Apache camp, South Fork (Mescalero), New Mexico, shows two facing canvas covered wickiups or tipis built on a juniper tree.
    • Randall, A. Frank.
    • [between 1883 and 1888?]
    • Indian tepes Mescalero Agency N. M.

    • Two Native American Mescalero Apache women stand in their camp near the Mescalero Agency, New Mexico, includes tepees, a brush and canvas ramada (food preparation area,) a burro, a basket, and blankets.
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    • [between 1890 and 1910?]
    • Mescalero Apache

    • Native American (Mescalero Apache) men and women pose with fur pelts, shields, tripods, bows and arrows, and staffs outdoors near a tent in New Mexico. They wear beaded moccasins, leggings, and headbands. A sign nearby reads: "Head Quarters...
    • Wittick, Ben, 1845-1903.
    • [between 1884 and 1890]
    • Domingo Mescalero Indian

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Domingo, a Native American (Mescalero Apache) man. He wears a hair pipe breast plate, and a choker decorated with conchos.
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    • [between 1880 and 1910?]
    • Indian curiosities Mescalero Apache

    • View of Native American (Mescalero Apache) items that include: quivers, arrows, blankets, woven baskets, and animal horns.
    • Randall, A. Frank.
    • [between 1883 and 1888]
    • Mescalero Apaches

    • Studio portrait vignette shows the back of a Native American Mescalero Apache woman; she carries a baby in a cradleboard with a hood.
    • Randall, A. Frank.
    • [between 1883 and 1888?]
    • Nallti Zilli, Mescalero Apache chief [graphic]

    • Standing studio portrait of Chief Nautzille (Nallti Zilli), Native American Mescalero Apache man wearing a buckskin leggings and shirt with epaulets and fringe, moccasins, and a domed felt hat; he holds a rifle.
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    • [between 1880 and 1888]
    • Notzile, head war chief of the Mescalero Apaches

    • Standing studio portrait of Chief Nautzille, (Nautzile) Native American Mescalero Apache man wearing a cloth shirt with fringe, bear claw necklace and leggings with a beaded band. A woven blanket is draped over his shoulder and over a bear skin.
    • Randall, A. Frank.
    • [1883?]
    • Notzile, head war chief of the Mescalero Apaches

    • Standing studio vignette portrait of Chief Nautzille, (Nautzile) Native American Mescalero Apache man wearing a cloth shirt with fringe, bear claw necklace, moccasins and leggings with a beaded band. He holds a painted war shield and lance.
    • Randall, A. Frank.
    • [1883?]
    • San Juan head chief of the Mescalero Apaches

    • Standing studio portrait of San Juan, Native American Mescalero Chief, wearing a felt hat, a blanket wrapped over his shirt and vest, and a medal on his chest.
    • Randall, A. Frank.
    • [between 1883 and 1886?]
    • Mescalero Indians preparing for an attack

    • Staged view of unidentified Native American Mescalero Apache, men posed with rifles and axes, with two armed U. S. soldiers kneeling behind them in a camp with a round walled tent, New Mexico.
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    • 1898
    • San Juan head chief of the Mescalero Apaches

    • Studio portrait of San Juan, Native American Mescalero Chief, with a blanket wrapped over his vest and shirt with bow tie. He holds a painted war shield and lance.
    • Randall, A. Frank.
    • [between 1883 and 1886?]
    • Mescalero camp

    • View of a Native American Mescalero Apache camp, New Mexico, shows four tepees and a saddled horse.
    • Randall, A. Frank.
    • [between 1883 and 1888?]
    • Skirt

    • Front view of a buckskin women's skirt made by the Native American Mescalero Apache. The skirt features decorative beadwork, fringe, straps and a tin jingler.
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    • [between 1880 and 1920]
    • Skirt

    • Back view of a buckskin women's skirt made by the Native American Mescalero Apache. The skirt features decorative beadwork, fringe, straps and a tin jingler.
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    • [between 1880 and 1920]
    • Shirt

    • Shows a Native American (Mescalero Apache) buckskin woman's shirt, it features decorative beadwork, fringe and straps.
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    • [between 1880 and 1920]
    • Moccasins

    • Shows a pair of doeskin moccasins made by the Native American Mescalero Apache. They feature hard soles and multi-colored beadwork along the edges and the top.
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    • [between 1890 and 1920]
    • Moccasins

    • Shows a pair of buckskin moccasins made by the Native American Mescalero Apache and possibly used by a man. The moccasins feature decorative multi-color beadwork and rawhide soles.
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    • [between 1880 and 1910]
    • Belt

    • Shows a Native American (Mescalero Apache) doeskin belt. The belt features decorative multi-color beadwork on the main portion, flap and fringe. Images of sunflowers are stitched in beadwork on the three flap extensions of the belt.
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    • [between 1890 and 1910]
    • Domingo beat Thalen and Scanip of the Mescalero Apaches

    • Studio portrait (standing) of Domingo, a Native American (Mescalero Apache) man. He poses near a mountain lion fur pelt draped over a pedestal. He holds a club decorated with hair and wears moccasins, leggings, breechcloth, ammunition belt,...
    • Randall, A. Frank.
    • [between 1883 and 1888]
    • Gorgonia old Mescalero Apache medicine man

    • Studio portrait (standing) of Gorgonia, a Native American (Mescalero Apache) man. He holds a bear pelt and wears moccasin boots, a breechcloth, kilt, and vest.
    • Randall, A. Frank.
    • [between 1883 and 1888]
    • Apache. Ignacio and son, Mescaleros

    • Studio portrait (sitting and standing) of Ignacio and his son, Native American (Mescalero Apaches). Ignacio holds a bow and arrows and a quiver rests on his lap. He wears moccasins, leggings, a fringed bag, fur pelts over his shoulders, beaded...
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    • [between 1880 and 1900]
    • Painted boy

    • Seated studio portrait of a Native American Mescalero Apache boy, he holds a quiver and wears body paint, a long shirt, breechcloth, head band, neck scarf, bead necklace, and earrings. A basket, pot, woven blanket and painted backdrop serve as...
    • Randall, A. Frank.
    • [between 1883 and 1888?]
    • San Juan Chief of the Mescalero Apaches

    • Seated studio portrait of San Juan, Native American Mescalero Chief, wearing a felt hat, shirt and vest, a traditional animal fur stole, and holding a quiver and bow case.
    • Wittick, Ben, 1845-1903.
    • [1883?]
    • Bag

    • A doeskin bag (Native American Mescalero Apache) used by a woman. The bag is decorated with a panel of floral designs with multicolor beads. A drawstring is at the top of the bag and fringe decorates the edges.
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    • [between 1880 and 1910]
    • Burden basket

    • Native American (Mescalero Apache) twined burden basket with red, brown and yucca natural dye; leather fringe.
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    • [between 1880 and 1920?]
    • Basket

    • Shows a Native American (Mescalero Apache) coiled basket used as a bowl. The basket has a single rod foundation, brown and red beadwork and stacked rods from milled lumber bound together with yucca.
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    • [between 1900 and 1910]
    • Pouch

    • Shows doeskin pouch made by the Native American Mescalero Apache. The pouch is decorated with multi-colored beadwork sewn on in the shapes of flowers or sun shapes; a sunflower is in the center. Fringe with tin jinglers on the ends is attached at...
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    • [between 1880 and 1910]
    • Bag

    • Shows a buckskin pouch made by the Native American Mescalero Apache. The bag features decorative multi-colored beadwork and fringe with beadwork on the bottom edge of the pouch.
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    • [between 1890 and 1920]
    • Shing-e-shi, young Apache

    • Seated studio portrait of Shing-e-shi, a Native American Mescalero Apache boy, naked with a short cropped haircut an a bead necklace with a shell pendant.
    • Randall, A. Frank.
    • [between 1883 and 1888?]
    • Bags

    • Shows two bags. One is a Native American Southern Plains (possibly Mescalero Apache) buckskin bag and is decorated with green, white and pink beadwork in diamond and square designs. The second bag is Native American (Cheyenne) made of commercial...
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    • [between 1870 and 1890]

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