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  • All fields: Indians of North America--1860-1880.
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    • 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]
    • Indian peace commission

    • A Native American (Modoc or Dakota) woman stands outdoors in the center of a group of six white men, three in military uniforms, three in suits and coats; she wears a blanket wrapped around her shoulders. Possibly the Fort Laramie Treaty Council or...
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    • [1868 or 1873?]
    • Whirl Wind

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Whirlwind, a Native American (Cheyenne) man. He wears a blanket, a scarf around his neck, and scarves that cover his braids.
    • Soule, W. S.
    • between 1869 and 1874
    • Yankton

    • Portrait of Standing Elk, Native American Dakota Sioux man, seated, wearing a feather in his hair, a shirt with a neck scarf, and a blanket wrapped around his waist; he holds a tomahawk.
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    • [between 1860 and 1880?]
    • Black Beaver

    • Head and shoulders portrait of Black Beaver, Native American Lenni Lenape (Delaware) wearing short cropped hair, sack jacket and neck scarf.
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    • [between 1865 and 1880?]
    • Chi-wek-kiethe & sister

    • Studio portrait of Chi-wek-kiethe and her sister, Looking-For-Something-Good (Cha-wa-ke) sitting on a buffalo robe. The Native American Comanche women wear dresses wrapped with blankets, bracelets, a beaded bag, moccasins and leggings decorated...
    • Soule, W. S.
    • between 1868 and 1874
    • Braves and Squaws

    • Group portrait of three Native American Comanche women, left to right: Wap-pah, Marn-me (Morn-me), Qna-moth-kee and a young girl; they wear print dresses with blankets and long loose hair. They were taken prisoner by United States troops on the...
    • Soule, W. S.
    • [between 1869 and 1874]
    • Sioux Chief Running Bear who defeated Col. Baker U. S. A. in 1854

    • Sitting studio portrait of a Native American (Sioux) man, identified as Chief Running Bear. He has a blanket wrapped around his waist and shoulders, wears a long sleeved shirt, cloth bound braids, arm bands, and a breastplate, and holds a rifle in...
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    • [between 1860 and 1880?]
    • Shib-o-nester

    • Studio portrait (standing) of Shib-o-nester, a Native American (Arapaho) man. He leans on a fur pelt that is draped over a pedestal. He wears beaded leggings, a breechcloth, a blanket cape, fur pelts over his braids, and a fur cap.
    • Soule, W. S.
    • [between 1869 and 1874]
    • Heap Wolves

    • Head and shoulders portrait of Heap Wolves (probably Esa-dowa) Native American Comanche. He wears a hair pipe breastplate, a patterned shirt, and long loose hair.
    • Soule, W. S.
    • [between 1869 and 1872]
    • His Pipe

    • Outdoor portrait (sitting) of His Pipe, a Native American (Sioux) man. He wears a blanket,beaded necklaces with a medal pendant, and a fringed headband. He holds a pipe and sits near a tepee.
    • Upton, B. F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1818 or 1824-after 1901.
    • [between 1865 and 1875]
    • Rain In The Face, Sioux Chief

    • Head and shoulders portrait of a Native American (Hunkpapa Sioux) man, identified as Rain In The Face. He wears an animal skin vest, bead necklaces, a kerchief, and eagle feathers in his hair. He is reputed to have been the man who killed Custer at...
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    • [between 1865 and 1880?]
    • Spotted Tail (Sin-te-ga-lis-ta) Chief of Brule Sioux

    • Spotted Tail (Sinte Galeshka), his wife, and daughter, Native American (Brule Sioux) man and women, pose outdoors. Each person is wrapped in a blanket. Spotted Tail's daughter wears a hair pipe necklace and a dress decorated with teeth.
    • Morrow, Stanley J.
    • [between 1869 and 1878]
    • Ho-Wear, Comanche Chief

    • Head and shoulders portrait of Ho-wear, a Native American Yapparika Comanche chief, wearing a shirt, patterned vest, and loose hair with chains woven on ends of small side braids, Fort Sill, Indian Territory, (Oklahoma).
    • Soule, W. S.
    • [between 1869 and 1874?]
    • Lonewolfs squaw, Chief of Comanches

    • Portrait of the wife of Lone Wolf (principal Chief of the Kiowa Nation,) a Native American Wichita woman with long loose hair parted down middle, bare breasts, wearing necklaces and earrings.
    • Soule, W. S.
    • [between 1869 and 1875]
    • Wachitas, squaws

    • Studio portrait of two Native American Wichita women with long loose hair parted down middle, bare breasted, wearing dresses (pulled down), moccasins, necklaces, earrings, armbands, rings and bracelets; one is wrapped in a blanket. Woman the left...
    • Soule, W. S.
    • [between 1869 and 1875]
    • Pawnee chiefs

    • Outdoor, group portrait of North American Indian (Pawnee) chiefs. They are identified from left to right as: La-Roo-Chuk-A-La-Shar, or Sun Chief [Chowee (Chaui) band]; Aru-Saw-La-Kit-Towy, or A Fine Horse [Skidi (Skedee) band]; Ski Ar-Ra-Ra-Shar,...
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
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    • Lone Wolf Comanches & Arappahos Chief [i. e. Kiowa]

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Lone Wolf (Guipago), a Native American (Kiowa) man. He wears a hair pipe breast plate, a metal bead bandolier, a fur pelt and a scarf over his braids, and beads in his hair.
    • Soule, W. S.
    • [between 1869 and 1874]
    • Sun Boy

    • Studio portrait (standing) of Son of the Sun (Pai-talyi), a Native American (Kiowa) man. He holds a bow and arrow. He wears a fur pelt kilt, a military uniform, and a wide-brimmed hat.
    • Soule, W. S.
    • [between 1869 and 1874]
    • Shavano, Utah

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Shavano, a Native American (Tabeguache Ute) war chief. This prominent Ute warrior has long braids. He wears a military issue wool sweater with inset sleeves and a peace medallion on a ribbon around his neck.
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1869 and 1874.]
    • Wachitas, squaws

    • Studio portrait of three Native American Wichita women with long loose hair parted down middle, bare breasted, wearing dresses (pulled down), moccasins, necklaces, earrings, armbands, rings and bracelets; one wears a blanket.
    • Soule, W. S.
    • [between 1869 and 1875]
    • Chippin, Utah

    • A studio portrait (standing) of Chippin (Always Riding), a Native American (Ute) warrior. He wears a bead and naja ornament woven into his shoulder length hair. He has several large metal hoop earrings and a multi-strand hair pipe (bone) choker...
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1869 and 1874.]
    • Winnebagoes, Winnesheik, (Thunder Coming)

    • Winnesheik, (Thunder Crossing) Native American Winnebago man sits inside a shelter wearing a feather headdress and animal claw necklace and holding a bow and arrows.
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    • [between 1865 and 1975?]
    • Squaw of Little Soldier, Utah

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of a Native American (Ute) woman. Her hair is tied in short braids and she wears a gingham print blouse with elbow length sleeves. A blanket wraps her lower body, under which appear leather leggings and moccasins. A woven...
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1869 and 1874.]
    • Antero, Utah

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Antero, a Native American (Uinta Ute) war chief. He has a some facial hair, a high forehead and long straight dark hair with a top knot tied on his head. He is dressed in a dark suit jacket, vest and trousers. He wears...
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1868 and 1874.]
    • Tabouachacet - Ute chief

    • Head and shoulders portrait of a Native American Ute, identified as Tabouachacet (Tab-u-cha-kat). He wears a loose shirt, decorative sash, bead necklace, and pendant necklace.
    • Chamberlain, W. G. (William Gunnison), 1815-1910.
    • [between 1862 and 1877]
    • Ottawa Indians

    • Sitting portrait of an unidentified Native American (Ottawa) woman. She wears moccasins, a dark dress, a shawl, and a scarf around her head. She died at the age of one-hundred and nineteen years and ten months.
    • Tuttle, A. C.
    • [between 1865 and 1880?]
    • White Horse

    • Studio portrait of White Horse (Tsen-tainte) a Native American (Kiowa) man. He wears a hair pipe breastplate and a hair plate decorated with beads.
    • Soule, W. S.
    • [between 1869 and 1874]
    • Pawnee Indians

    • Reproduction of a lithograph shows a head and shoulders view of three Native American (Pawnee) men. One wears a hat and crescent moon necklace, the other two have long, straight hair.
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    • 1868
    • Mautchick, Utah

    • A studio portrait (standing) of Mautchick, a young Native American chief (Muache Ute), a delegate to Washington, D.C. in 1873. He has martin fur wrapped braids, metal hoop earrings, a short beaded hair pipe breastplate, a woven and beaded tunic...
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1869 and 1874.]
    • 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.]
    • 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.]
    • Nick-a-a-god, Utah

    • Studio portrait (standing) of Native American (Yampah Ute) chief Nick-a-a-god (Green Leaf). His hair falls loose to his chest. He wears metal hoop earrings and a multi-strand hair pipe choker necklace with contrasting stations. His v-neck buckskin...
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1869 and 1874.]
    • Pawnee Indian Mission, Indian Territory (Oklahoma)

    • A large group of Native Americans (Pawnee) pose outside a wooden mission building in Oklahoma. The single story structure has gable roof, clapboard siding, and a bell on a pole in front. Dogs are in the foreground and many of the people sit in...
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    • [between 1860 and 1880?]
    • Lone Wolf, Kiowa chief

    • Head and shoulders studio portrait of Native American (Kiowa) man, Chief Lone Wolf (Guipago). His braids are wrapped in cloth; he wears metal hoop earrings, a dark shirt, and a wool vest. He holds a hatchet pipe with a long barrel wrapped in wire...
    • Soule, W. S.
    • [between 1869 and 1874]
    • Braves

    • Studio portrait of Lone Wolf's son, Sitting-in-the-Saddle (Tau-ankia, Tibone), a Native American (Kiowa) man. He wears a hair pipe breastplate, a metal bead bandolier, scarves in his braids, and a fur turban with a feather in it.
    • Soule, W. S.
    • [between 1869 and 1874]
    • Big Bow

    • Studio portrait of Big Bow (Zepko-eete), a Native American (Kiowa) man. He wears a vest, a medal on a ribbon around his neck, and scarf over a braid.
    • Soule, W. S.
    • [between 1869 and 1874]
    • Lone Bear (Tarlo): dressed as an Osage boy

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Lone Bear, a Native American (Kiowa) boy. He sits on a fur covered chair. He wears beaded leggings, a hair pipe breastplate, face paint, and a feather in his hair.
    • Soule, W. S.
    • [between 1869 and 1874]
    • Pawnee Indians

    • Reproduction of a lithograph shows Native American (Pawnee) men, a woman, and an infant in a cradleboard wrapped in warm clothes inside a wigwam. The grand chief of the Pawnee (Pierre la Cherre) is the man in the middle of the group wearing a...
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    • 1868
    • Indian funeral

    • A group of Native Americans sit near a burial platform performing funeral rites. The platform is supported by poles at each corner, and the body of the deceased is covered with a cloth.
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    • [between 1940 and 1970?]

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