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    • East High spotlight: vol 28 no 10

    • Newspaper produced by East High School of Denver, Colorado. Included in the paper are photographs of students, articles on school events and sports.
    • East High School (Denver, Colo.)
    • 1942 February
    • View of Oraibi

    • View of Oraibi, Arizona; shows Native American (Hopi) adults and children, adobe dwellings, pottery, drying meat, and a dog.
    • James, George Wharton, 1858-1923.
    • 1896 or 1897
    • Hopi boy on horseback

    • Portrait of a Native American Pueblo (Hopi) boy on horseback, Oraibi, Arizona.
    • James, George Wharton, 1858-1923.
    • 1896 or 1897
    • Moki Indian basket maker

    • Portrait of a Native American (Hopi) woman in a doorway holding a basket, Oraibi (?) Arizona.
    • Maude, F. H. (Frederic Hamer)
    • 1896 or 1897
    • Oraibi

    • Portrait of Native American (Hopi) Pueblo adults and children in Oraibi, Arizona, sitting by a pottery chimney (?) and a stovepipe.
    • Maude, F. H. (Frederic Hamer)
    • 1896 or 1897
    • Oraibi, thanksgiving dance

    • A group of Native American (Hopi) men, women, and children watch and perform probably the Butterfly Dance, an autumn harvest dance, at Oraibi, Hopi Indian Reservation, Arizona. Women and girls have hair wraps or butterfly whorls hairstyles, stand...
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [1899?]
    • Women students dancing

    • Unidentified dance two-by-two at the San Luis Institute of the Arts and Crafts in San Luis (Conejos County), Colorado. The couples are in a line and one woman in each couple has her arm over her partners shoulders and holds her hand.
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    • [1953]
    • The Antelope men. Moki Snake Dance Oraibi

    • View of Native American (Hopi) Pueblo dancers, Oraibi, Arizona. The men wear body paint, bead necklaces, dance kilts, woven sashes, animal pelts, and moccasins. They carry rattles.
    • James, George Wharton, 1858-1923.
    • 1896
    • The Snake men. Moki Snake Dance Oraibi

    • View of Native American (Hopi) snake dancers in Oraibi, Arizona. The men wear body paint, dance kilts, sashes, necklaces, and moccasins. One dancer wears a squash blossom necklace.
    • James, George Wharton, 1858-1923.
    • 1896
    • The Antelope March. Moki Snake Dance Oraibi

    • View of Native American (Hopi) Pueblo dancers, Oraibi, Arizona. The men wear body paint, bead necklaces, dance kilts, woven sashes, animal pelts, and moccasins. They carry rattles.
    • James, George Wharton, 1858-1923.
    • 1896
    • Moki Snake Dance, Oraibi

    • Native American (Hopi) snake dancers wear breechcloths, leg rattles, moccasins, and feathered objects in their hair. One carries a feather, another carries a snake in his mouth.
    • James, George Wharton, 1858-1923.
    • 1896
    • Oraibi Moki Snake Dance

    • View of Native American (Hopi) snake dancers in Oraibi, Arizona. They wear body paint, breechcloths, animal pelts, necklaces, and moccasins. The dancers hold snakes.
    • Maude, F. H. (Frederic Hamer)
    • August 1896
    • Oraibi Moki Indians Snake Dance

    • View of Native American (Hopi) snake dancers in Oraibi, Arizona. They wear body paint, feather hair ornaments, breechcloths, animal pelts, necklaces, and moccasins; the dancers hold snakes, some in their mouths. Spectators include Native Americans...
    • Maude, F. H. (Frederic Hamer)
    • 1896
    • Spectators at Snake Dance, Oraibi, Ariz

    • View of Native American (Hopi) snake dancers in Oraibi, Arizona; spectators include Native American men, women, and children, and white men and women. Shows pueblo dwellings.
    • Maude, F. H. (Frederic Hamer)
    • 1896
    • Shrine of St. Stephen Acoma, Acoma Pueblo, New Mexico

    • Native American Pueblo boys with rifles, guard a shrine adorned with cottonwood boughs, corn plants and a cross for the Feast of San Esteban, (St. Stephen) patron saint of Acoma, Acoma Pueblo, New Mexico. Men sit inside the shrine with blankets,...
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    • [between 1890 and 1900?]
    • Indians - Utes, Bear Dance

    • Two parallel lines of people face each other as Native American Utes, along with two white men, perform the Bear Dance.
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    • [between 1880 and 1910?]
    • Shoshone Sun Dance

    • Spectators stand near a brush wall that surrounds the center pole of a Shoshone Sun Dance. The Thunder's Nest consists of a bundle of brush tied near the top of the pole.
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    • [between 1900 and 1930]
    • Shoshone Sun Dance

    • Native American (Shoshone) men participate in a Sun Dance. One man stands in an open area near a center pole, the Thunder's Nest of brush is tied to the pole near the top. The men wear leggings and kilts, body paint, bead necklaces, and feathers in...
    •  
    • [between 1900 and 1930]
    • Shoshone Sun Dance

    • Spectators stand near a brush shelter erected for a Shoshone Sun Dance. The spectators stand and are on horseback. The Thunder's Nest, a bundle of brush tied to the center pole, is visible above the crowd.
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    • [between 1900 and 1930]
    • Shoshone Sun Dance

    • Native American (Shoshone) men stand in a brush shelter and blow eagle bone whistles as part of a Sun Dance. The men stand near the edge of the shelter, around the center pole, the Thunder's Nest, a bundle of brush, is tied near the top.
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    • [between 1900 and 1930?]
    • Shoshone Sun Dance

    • Native American (Shoshone) men stand in a brush shelter and blow eagle bone whistles as part of a Sun Dance. The men stand near the edge of the shelter, around the center pole. The Thunder's Nest, a bundle of brush, is tied to the center pole near...
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    • [between 1900 and 1930]
    • Ute Indians - Bear Dance

    • Native American Utes are in two lines facing each other as they perform the Bear Dance.
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    • [between 1890 and 1920?]
    • Indians, Pueblo, San Ildefonso, dances

    • Native Americans of the San Ildefonso Pueblo, New Mexico, dance in two lines with rattles and tree branches. The men wear body paint, kilts and feathers on heads and armbands; the women wear mantas and tablet headdresses (tablitas.)
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    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • Sioux dance

    • A group of Sioux performs a dance in a camp for Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show at Ambrose Park in Brooklyn, New York. Several of the men wear feather headdresses and carry round shields and spears adorned with feathers. A cowboy stands in left...
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    • [1894?]
    • Indian sun dance Medicine man making good medicine

    • Native American (Plains) men participate in a Sun Dance. One man stands near the center of a brush dance arbor by a pole and holds a bundle decorated with feathers above his head; other men stand nearby. The men wear beaded headbands, kilts, and no...
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    • [between 1880 and 1910?]
    • The Sun Dance

    • Native American (Plains) men participate in a Sun Dance. One man holds a thin branch, the other holds a drum. They wear moccasins, leggings, tree branches, and veils. One man wears a feather headdress. White men on horseback stand nearby.
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    • [between 1912 and 1925?]
    • Biography, Nusbaum, Deric

    • Jesse Nusbaum's stepson, Deric, far right, dances in a line with four Navajo men in front of a winter hogan at Mesa Verde National Park. Dressed in work clothes, the men all wear scarfs tied around their heads; each holds clusters of grass. The top...
    • Nusbaum, Jesse L. (Jesse Logan)
    • [between 1926 and 1927?]
    • Biography, Nusbaum, Deric

    • Jesse Nusbaum's stepson, Deric, far right, dances in a line with four Navajo men in front of a winter hogan at Mesa Verde National Park. Dressed in work clothes, the men all wear scarfs tied around their heads; each holds clusters of grass. The top...
    • Nusbaum, Jesse L. (Jesse Logan)
    • [between 1926 and 1927?]
    • Matchine [sic] Dance

    • Native Americans of Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico, perform the Matachines Dance. The dancers wear fabric masks, painted painted mitre headdresses with two feathers and long layers of fabric draped over their buckskin, vests and shirts.
    • Francis, Frank J.
    • [1900?]
    • Indian Dance, Santa Clara

    • A crowd of Native Americans and white people gather to watch a Santa Clara Pueblo Matachines Dance. The dancers perform wearing mitre headdresses.
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    • [between 1890 and 1920]
    • Resting in the Tobacco Dance

    • A large contingent of Native Americans (Crow) form a semi-circle on an open plain as they rest and watch during the performance of the Tobacco Dance. Horses and carriages are in the background.
    • Throssel, Richard, d. 1933.
    • [between 1902 and 1911]
    • Crow Indian dance

    • Native American (Crow) men dance. They wear moccasins, bells, leggings, breechcloths, vests decorated with metal beads, feather bustles, and roaches. Spectators sit in nearby stands.
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    • [between 1890 and 1910]
    • Native American dancers

    • Native American (Plains) men participate in a dance. The men wear beaded moccasins, leggings, fur pelts decorated with metal, bells, and feather headdresses; one man holds a drum. Spectators sit in covered grandstands.
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    • [between 1880 and 1910?]
    • Ebert School student hat dance

    • Photograph of several older female students from Ebert Elementary School performing a hat dance. Five girls stand on stage dressed in traditional Mexican clothing. They have a sombrero on the floor between them. They are all in the middle of...
    • Source unknown.
    • circa 1928
    • Auraria Casa Mayan Dancers Curtis Park 16th Sept.

    • The Auraria Casa Mayan dancers entertain at a 16th of September (Diez y Seis de Septiembre) Mexican Independence Day celebration in Curtis Park in the Five Points neighborhood, Denver, Colorado. Dancers include Magdalena Gallegos and Alice...
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    • between 1952 and 1953
    • Native American dancers

    • Native American (Plains) men and women participate in a dance. One man holds a drum. The men wear moccasins, leggings, fur pelts, and war bonnet feather headdresses. The women wear moccasins, beaded and fringed dresses, some decorated with elk...
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    • [between 1880 and 1910?]
    • Silt

    • View of Silt, Garfield County, Colorado; shows a business with signs: "Silt Bar and Cafe," "Budweiser," and "Dance."
    • Noel, Thomas J. (Thomas Jacob)
    • [between 1980 and 1990]
    • Moqui Rock Moqui

    • View of Walpi, Arizona, a Native American (Hopi) settlement; shows a rock formation, pueblo dwellings, and Hopi and white people.
    • Kohlberg & Hopkins.
    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • Old Timers, Denver - Brighton auto tour at Adams City

    • View of antique cars from the Old-Timers automobile club on highway U.S. 85 in Adams City, a subdivision in Commerce City (Adams County), Colorado. Shows an open touring car with a canvas convertible top. The car has a spare mounted on the running...
    • Trout, George A.
    • 1954 April 4

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