Skip to main content

Add or remove other collections to your search:



Narrow your search by:



You've searched: All Collections

  • All fields: Indians of North America--Arts & crafts--1900-1920.
(24 results)



Display: 50

    • Child's moccasin's

    • Shows a pair of Native American Sioux (Lakota) children's moccasins made or purchased in Pine Ridge, South Dakota. They have a beaded checkboard design in red, blue, white and maroon and hard soles.
    •  
    • [between 1900 and 1920]
    • Bag

    • A horsehide bag (Native American Sioux) with red fur, quillwork and a thong flap.
    •  
    • [between 1900 and 1920]
    • Basket

    • Shows a coiled willow basket made by the Native American Apache Indians from the San Carlos Reservation. It features design images of human and animal figures, lines, rectangles and circles. The foundation of the basket is rod, welt (weft?) and...
    •  
    • [between 1900 and 1920]
    • Bag

    • Native American (Apache) bag with short fringe and drawstrings; red, white, blue beads; lazy stitch pattern.
    •  
    • [between 1900 and 1920]
    • Basket

    • Shows a Native American (Apache) coiled basket from the San Carlos Reservation. It is made of willow and devil's claw and is decorated with a center circular design, bands, and open triangles in natural brown dye. The foundation is rod and welt...
    •  
    • [between 1900 and 1920]
    • Ornament

    • Shows a Native American Sioux ornament (circlet) found or purchased in Rosebud, South Dakota. The ornament features a tassel, blue and yellow beadwork; animal hide, possibly buffalo, tin jingler and horsehair dyed red. An image of a cross in yellow...
    •  
    • [between 1900 and 1920]
    • Moccasins

    • Shows a pair of Native American Sioux men's moccasins made or purchased in Pine Ridge, South Dakota. They feature blue and white beadwork, a calico and red ankle band, hard soles and blue poster paint.
    •  
    • [between 1900 and 1920]
    • Painted buffalo hide, Piegan Indians

    • View of a painted buffalo hide created by Native Americans of the Piegan (Blackfoot) tribe, specimen no. IV-B, Museum fur Volkerkunde Berlin, Germany. It is stretched out and features rows of ornamental design.
    •  
    • [between 1900 and 1920?]
    • Painted buffalo hide, (also worked with quills), Piegan Indians

    • View of a painted and quill-worked buffalo hide created by Native Americans of the Piegan (Blackfoot) tribe, specimen no. IV-B 201, Museum fur Volkerkunde, Berlin. It depicts arrow shapes lined up in columns and separated by a strip of quill work...
    •  
    • [1900-1920?]
    • Buffalo hide, worked with quills, Piegan Indians

    • View of a painted and quill-worked buffalo hide created by Native Americans of the Piegan (Blackfoot) tribe, specimen no. IV-B 206, Museum fur Volkerkunde, Berlin, Germany. It has four rows of banded quill work above other, possibly unfinished,...
    •  
    • [between 1900 and 1920?]
    • Buffalo hide, painted and quill-worked, Piegan Indians

    • View of a painted and quill-worked buffalo hide created by Native Americans of the Piegan (Blackfoot) tribe, specimen no. IV-B 199, Museum fur Volkerkunde, Berlin, Germany. It features guns and quivers, as well as a representation of guns shooting...
    •  
    • [between 1900 and 1920?]
    • Salish Indians, totem poles

    • A man in a suit is walking on a dirt road in front of Native American (Coastal Salish) totem poles that feature human, animal, and symbolic representations. Another, incomplete pole, lies on its side in the foreground.
    •  
    • [between 1900 and 1920?]
    • Salish Indians, totem poles

    • A woman in a dark overcoat and hat is standing next to an incomplete Native American (Coastal Salish) totem pole. The pole features a human representation standing up and holding an unidentified object.
    •  
    • [between 1900 and 1920?]
    • Salish Indians, totem poles

    • Small groups of people stand near Native American (Coastal Salish) totem poles, false front buildings, and a pier. Animals carved on the poles include birds, fish, and mammals.
    •  
    • [between 1900 and 1920?]
    • Totem pole, Old Massett, O. C. I.

    • View of a Native American (Coastal Salish) totem pole (crest pole) in front of residences. The pole features a bear carving atop a thick, undecorated base.
    • J. D. Allen Photo Co.
    • [between 1900 and 1920?]
    • Beaver totem

    • View of a tall Native American (Coastal Salish) totem pole in front of a wooden residence. It is described as the Beaver totem and features human-like forms and a beaver head.
    •  
    • [between 1900 and 1920?]
    • Cane

    • A wood cane (Native American White Mountain Apache) with carved images of a snake, lizard and diamonds. The color yellow, green, black and red are painted on the cane. At the bottom is a knob.
    •  
    • [between 1900 and 1920]
    • Olla

    • Native American (Zuni) earthenware water jar with high shoulder, short neck and wide mouth; rim and upper band almost obliterated. Patterns include: cloud, lightning, hatching, and step in a black and red paint over white background.
    •  
    • [between 1900 and 1920]
    • Jar

    • A Native American Zuni Indian jar with images of frogs and birds; designs elements include crooks, triangles and other geometric shapes. The images are painted on in colors of red, brown and dark brown. The jar is a molded pottery piece.
    •  
    • [between 1900 and 1920]
    • Wedding basket

    • Native American (Ute) coiled wedding basket made of cottonwood with a pattern of triangles along a band in red and black dye.
    •  
    • [between 1900 and 1920]
    • Effigy

    • Native American (Zuni) earthenware effigy in the shape of a bird or chicken; red and brown painted spots and band on orange-white background; handle in center between head and knob.
    •  
    • [between 1900 and 1920]
    • Basket

    • Shows a Native American (White Mountain Apache) coiled bowl. The bowl is made of willow and devil's claw and features decorative images of circles, four point star, triangles, and diamonds. The foundation of the bowl is rod and welt (weft?).
    •  
    • [between 1900 and 1920]
    • Basket

    • Shows a Native American (Zuni Pueblo) wicker basket; it was used as a bowl with a carrying capacity of a half gallon. The basket is made of red bark willow.
    •  
    • [between 1900 and 1920]
    • Basket

    • Shows a Native American (Western Apache Indian) coiled basket, used as a water jar. The basket is made of willow and devil's claw and has a rod and welt (weft?) foundation. The basket is circular and is decorated in natural brown dye with...
    •  
    • [between 1900 and 1920]

QuickView

Display a larger image and more item information when the pointer pauses over a thumbnail
 

Layout options:

Select the collections to add or remove from your search
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
 
OK
Select the collections to add or remove from your search
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
 
OK