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    • Moccasins

    • Shows a pair of Native American (Ute) men's moccasins. They are made of buckskin and have a rawhide sole, lacing and a thong. Embroidered on the top of the moccasins in red, white, orange, yellow blue, green, and light green translucent glass beads...
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    • [between 1880 and 1910]
    • Toy cradleboard

    • Shows a Native American (Ute) toy cradleboard. It is constructed of a rectangular board, buckskin, red velveteen and canvas and decorated with copper, button, fringe, white, blue, red and yellow glass beads. The cradle has a hood and the front was...
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    • 1880
    • Cradleboard

    • Show a Native American (Ute) toy cradleboard with a doll. The cradleboard is buckskin wrapped around a board and is decorated with fringe, multi-color beadwork sewn on with lazy stitch. The doll's head is possibly made of wood painted a medium...
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    • [between 1880 and 1900]
    • Moccasins

    • A pair of women's buckskin moccasins (Native American Ute) with rawhide soles, ankle flaps and thongs. The moccasins are decorated with a floral image in multi-color beads. The beads are sewn on with lazy stitch.
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    • [between 1900 and 1910]
    • Saddle bag

    • A saddle bag (Native American Ute Indian) used by Chipeta who died in 1924. The saddle bag is made of buckskin cut into a rectangular shape. It has a canvas backing that is edged with brass studs, wool trim and fringe. It is decorated with zigzag,...
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    • [between 1875 and 1915]
    • 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
    • Navaho Delegation

    • Group portrait of the Native American Navajo Delegation to Washington, D.C. with white men, shows left to right, front row: Carnero (or Carmero) Mucho, Mariano (or Mariana), Juanita Pal ti-to (Manuelito's wife), Manuelito, Manuelito Segundo and...
    • Bell, C. M. (Charles Milton), ca. 1849-1893.
    • 1874
    • Cup & pin game

    • Shows a cup and pin game of the Native American Sioux . The game has a metal pin, small bone cups, rawhide, a loop and pink, red, white and blue beadwork.
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    • [between 1860 and 1880]
    • Charm; watch fob

    • Shows a Native American (Ute) charm or watch fob. It is decorated with multi-color beads. Strings of beads are attached to the side of the watch fob or charm. It has a strap at the top, possibly animal hide.
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    • [between 1890 and 1920]
    • Shirt

    • A front view of a Native American (Ute) buckskin shirt used by Chief Ouray. The shirt is decorated with maroon, yellow and dark blue beads on a white background (beads) and fringe.
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    • 1880
    • Nar-orse and Edge-yo-go (left to right)

    • Studio portrait (standing) of Nar-orse and Edge-yo-go, Native American (Shoshone) men. Each man rests his hand on a blanket draped over a pedestal. A dog lays near the pedestal. Nar-orse holds a mirror framed in metal. Edge-yo-go holds a pipe...
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    • [between 1884 and 1885]
    • Headdress

    • Shows a Native American (Sioux) headdress. It is made from eagle feathers, red wool; red, blue and purple down; loom woven orange, green, red, blue, black and white Italian? beads; transparent red faceted beads, a round painted disc, fur, buckskin.
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    • [between 1880 and 1890]
    • Woman's leggings and pouch

    • A pair of Native American (Arapahoe; Cheyenne) women's leggings made of buckskin. They are one-piece and painted with ochre coloring. The leggings are decorated with German silver conchas, yellow, white translucent red and blue Italian glass beads....
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    • [between 1870 and 1899]
    • Shirt

    • A back view of a Native American (Ute) buckskin shirt used by Chief Ouray. The shirt is decorated with maroon, yellow and dark blue beads on a white background (beads) and fringe.
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    • 1880
    • Doll

    • Shows a Native American (Sioux?) doll with braided hair, beaded eyes and fringed dress. Multicolor beads decorated the dress bodice.
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    • [between 1880 and 1910]
    • Vest

    • Shows a child's vest made by Native American Sioux, Little Hawk, from Rosebud, South Dakota. The buckskin vest features steel beads and geometric and triangular designs made from light blue, white, green, navy blue, opaque red and orange beads.
    • Little Hawk.
    • [between 1875 and 1895]
    • Miniature cradleboard

    • Shows a Native American (Ute) miniature cradleboard with a doll inside of it made by Chipeta. The cradleboard is decorated with multi-colored beads and thread, and buckskin fringe on the bottom. The doll has black cotton thread hair and painted...
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    • 1880
    • Shooting Star, Dakota, ornamental beads, full length

    • Shooting Star, Dakota female, full length standing studio portrait with painted backdrop, wearing braided hair with ornamental beads, necklace, metal wristbands, beads wrapped as sash and belt, rings on fingers, and moccasins.
    • Barry, D. F. (David Frances), 1854-1934.
    • [188-?]
    • Ouray, Utah

    • A studio portrait (sitting) of Ouray [Arrow], a Native American (Tabeguache, Ute) warrior. Ouray has some facial hair, long braids and wears metal hoop earrings. He wears two bead necklaces, one a double choker with contrasting round and...
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1869 and 1874.]
    • Zuni Indians, bead driller

    • A Native American man sits on a wood stool and drills a hole into a bead using another stool as his work table. He uses a long spindle with a needle on the end to pierce the bead. Another stool stands in the foreground. A fireplace is in the...
    • Nusbaum, Jesse L. (Jesse Logan)
    • [1926?]
    • Alonzo Hartman residence

    • Interior detail view of a stained glass window in the 1892 Dos Rios mansion, built by Alonzo and Annie Hartman, Gunnison, Colorado; small round beads connected by lead form border of the window with rectangular shapes around an interior beveled...
    • Dallas, Sandra.
    • [between 1960 and 1965]
    • Jicarilla matron

    • Bust portrait of a Native American (Jicarilla Apache) woman in a belted buckskin dress, a multi-strand necklace with probably trade beads and seed beads, an abalone shell pendant, and her hair parted down the middle and wrapped with yarn.
    • Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952.
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    • Hiawatha appearing from the woodlands

    • Posed Native Americans depicting Barry's interpretation of Hiawatha, sent to Mr. Landry of Cincinnati who used them to paint his conception of "Hiawatha appearing from the woodlands" which took first place at National Photographers' Convention;...
    • Barry, D. F. (David Frances), 1854-1934.
    • [188-?]
    • Hiawatha appearing from the woodlands, full length

    • Posed Native Americans depicting Barry's conception of Hiawatha and sent to Mr. Landry of Chicago who used them to create his painting, "Hiawatha appearing from the woodlands", which won first place at National Photographers' Convention; Landry...
    • Barry, D. F. (David Frances), 1854-1934.
    • [188-?]
    • Ute children

    • Studio portrait of Native American (Ute) children. The boys wear wrapped braids, earrings, leather pants, beaded moccasins, and chokers or necklaces with medallions. A boy wears a bone breastplate, a long-sleeved shirt with a serpentine pattern,...
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • 1899
    • Shirley Boone

    • Shirley Boone poses for her South High School junior portrait in Denver, Colorado. Boone wears her curly hair styled in a bob with a barrette. She wears a dress with a pleated, rounded collar, and a strand of probably cut crystal beads.
    • Mead-Fursell.
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    • Woman

    • Studio portrait of a woman in a sheer blouse and a string of beads.
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    • [between 1900 and 1920?]
    • Buckskin Charlie and To-Wee

    • Studio portrait of Buckskin Charlie and To-Wee, Native Americans (Ute), wearing feathers, beads, leggings, moccasins, conchos, hair pipe chokers, earrings, and printed fabrics. Buckskin Charlie holds a sword and a fan.
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    • [between 1880 and 1890?]
    • Two women and a small girl in Indian costumes by the river

    • Outdoor portrait of women and a girl dressed as Native Americans (tribe unknown) near the South Platte River in Denver, Colorado. One woman wears fringed leggings, shirt, and feather headdress. Another woman wears a dress decorated with beads and...
    • Lillybridge, Charles S., 1849-1935.
    • [between 1904 and 1915?]
    • Navajo group - morning prayer

    • Group portrait of Native American Navajos by looms; costume includes blankets, beads, squash blossom necklaces with naja pendants, and conchos. Girls look on.
    • Buckwalter, Harry H.
    • [between 1901 and 1906?]
    • Buckskin Charlie and Ta-Wee

    • Sitting studio portrait of Buckskin Charlie and To-Wee, Native Americans (Ute); To-wee wears a fringed dress, concho belt, and bead necklace; Buckskin Charlie has fur wrapped braids, his costume includes beads, fringe, feathers, hair pipe choker,...
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    • [between 1880 and 1890?]
    • 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]
    • Lucy Beckett

    • Lucy Beckett poses for her South High School junior portrait in Denver, Colorado. Beckett's hair is styled in a wavy bob and she wears a knit, patterned blouse and a necklace of probably cut glass beads.
    • Mead-Fursell.
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    • Kwa-ko-nut and Mose, Utah

    • Studio portraits (sitting) of two Native American (Muache Ute) warriors, Kwa-jo-nut and Mose. One has beads in his hair and long, fur wrapped braids. He wears a contrast beaded hair pipe breastplate with a choker collar neck detail, a deerskin...
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1868 and 1874.]
    • Susan, Ouray's sister

    • Standing studio portrait of Susan (Native American, Ute), sister of Chief Ouray. She wears a buckskin dress with fringe and quill work, bracelets, necklaces, a belt, beads and a shawl.
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    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • Two little braves - Sac and Fox

    • Studio portrait of two Native American (Sac and Fox) boys shows the younger one wearing moccasins, leggings, decorative sashes, a shirt, and beads in his hair. The older boy is on one knee and wears moccasins, leggings, a breech cloth, bead...
    • Rinehart, F. A. (Frank A.)
    • 1898
    • Little Church Billiard Hall token

    • This view of a round token with "Little Church Billiard Hall" stamped on an raised oval in the center and surrounded by a narrow oval band shows the token much larger than life. Outside the oval band is a sparse decoration including a rose,...
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    • [betwwen 1980 and 1990?]
    • Tapuche, Utah

    • Studio portrait (standing) of Tapuche a young Native American (Capote Ute) chief, son of the Ute chief Sobita. Tapuche was a delegate of his tribe at the treaty of 1873 in Washington, D.C. His hair is in braids, he wears a multi-strand choker with...
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1869 and 1874]
    • Press Club ball

    • A man and woman pose in costume for a Denver Press Club ball in Denver, Colorado. Outfits have a Moorish motif with brocade and satin fabric, beads, a turban, feathers, and scarves.
    • Wood, Glen.
    • [between 1915 and 1925?]
    • Unid. Indian wearing badge Allegheny, Penn.

    • Shows an unidentified Native American man in ceremonial dress seated next to a residence in Allegheny, Pennsylvania. He wears a stripped shirt, long pants decorated with bands of beads down the sides, a cone shaped headdress that is decorated with...
    • Buckwalter, Harry H.
    • [between 1890 and 1910]
    • Indians, miscellaneous

    • View of a group of unidentified Native American men on horseback near the top of a hill. Items of note include: moccasins, leggings, beads, rifles, staffs, pouches, and headdresses.
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    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • Press Club ball

    • A woman poses in costume for a Denver Press Club ball in Denver, Colorado. Her outfit has a Moorish motif with brocade fabric, a jeweled belt, bracelets, beads, a turban, feathers, and scarves.
    • Wood, Glen.
    • [between 1915 and 1925?]
    • Navajo Indians

    • Portrait of a Navajo woman, her young daughter and son, probably on the Navajo Reservation. They pose against a wooden wall. The woman has her hair tied back into a bun with yarn and wears a silver head band. She wears a broomstick, pleated skirt...
    • Mullarky, W. T.
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    • Yakima Princess

    • A Native American Yakima Princess poses, placing a wreath on a picket fence, Washington. She wears a buckskin dress decorated with beads and a beaded headband with a single feather.
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    • [between 1910 and 1940]
    • Press Club ball

    • A woman poses in costume for a Denver Press Club ball in Denver, Colorado. Her outfit has a Moorish motif with sheer fabric, beads, a turban, feathers, and a sceptre.
    • Wood, Glen.
    • [between 1915 and 1925?]

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