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    • Marker on Fetterman monument

    • Detail view the bronze plaque on the stone column marker commemorating the Native American Oglala Dakota Sioux fight against United States soldiers. Marker reads: "On this field on the 21st day of December, 1866, three commissioned officers and...
    • Wyoming Travel Commission.
    • [between 1930 and 1960?]
    • "Big Alec", wife, three sons, and daughters-in-law

    • Native American (Paiute) man, identified as Big Alec, with his wife, three sons, and two daughters-in-law, in Deep Creek, Nevada. The men wear shirts and dungarees, Big Alec wears suspenders, the youngest son wears a jacket with a ribbon on the...
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    • 1913
    • Chief Little Wound

    • A group of Native American Sioux gather in Chief Little Wound's tepee camp around two white men on horseback, Pine Ridge Reservation, South Dakota.
    • Morledge, C. G. (Clarence Grant)
    • [1890?]
    • Indian dance Taos Park

    • View of Native American (possibly Taos Indians) dance at Taos, New Mexico; costume includes embroidered breechcloths, a feather headdress, bells, dresses, and suits.
    • Campbell, R. L.
    • 1902
    • Red Clouds Band of Sioux Indians Ft. Robinson Nebr

    • Native American (Red Cloud Band of Sioux Indians) men take part in a dance at Fort Robinson, Nebraska. One man holds a war club. He wears beaded leggings, a fringed and beaded blanket, and feathers in his hair. Spectators, many in uniform, sit and...
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    • [between 1874 and 1880?]
    • Jiḿ-mi-jiḿ-mi and Pi-ká-whi

    • Two Native American (Paiute, Moapa Band) women, Jiḿmijiḿmi and Pikáwhi, stand together in the grass, Moapa River valley, southern Nevada. Both wear basket hats and heavily fringed, belted, buckskin dresses.
    • Hillers, John K., 1843-1925.
    • 1874
    • Indians, Ute, government relations, delegations

    • A triptych of standing portraits of the delegation of representatives from the Tabeguache, Moache, Capote, Weeminuche, Yampa, Grand River, and Uintah bands of Native American Utes and white delegates in Washington D. C. to sign the Kit Carson...
    • Brady Studio.
    • 1868
    • Kaí-ar

    • Native American (Paiute) woman, Kaíar, stands in the grass, The Meadows, southwestern Nevada. She wears a belted and heavily fringed buckskin dress.
    • Hillers, John K., 1843-1925.
    • 1874
    • Ration day at Standing Rock Agency

    • Native American (Dakota, Upper Yanktonai) men, women and children are at the Standing Rock Indian Reservation in North Dakota or South Dakota. A man with a fur hat and feathers, in a robe with fringe and a hair pipe breast plate, stands beside a...
    • Farny, Henry François, 1847-1916.
    • 1883 July 28
    • Kó-mo-hoats

    • A young Native American (Paiute) woman, Kómohoats, kneels on the ground holding a bow and arrow, The Meadows, southwestern Nevada. She wears a skin cap with a chin strap and a fringed buckskin dress.
    • Hillers, John K., 1843-1925.
    • 1874
    • Taos, Fiesta dances

    • Taos Pueblo Indians prepare to run a race at the Taos Pueblo, New Mexico. Indians wear embroided kilts or blankets and body paint. Spectators line a cleared area and also watch from adobe pueblo rooftops, portals and carriages. Cottonwood trees and...
    • Beam, George L. (George Lytle), 1868-1935.
    • [between 1910 and 1920?]
    • Bannock Indians

    • Portrait of unidentified Native Americans (Bannock) by tepees, in Pocatello, Idaho for the Fort Hall Centennial; the women wear buckskin dresses and feathers. One holds a beaded bag and a baby in a cradleboard; a boy wears body paint and a...
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    • 1934
    • The old gamblers

    • A group of four Native American (Paiute) men gamble, they sit on the ground in a semi circle with bows, arrows, and baskets, at the Meadows in southwestern Nevada. They wear skin caps or feathers, leggings, and breechcloths. Photographer's shadow...
    • Hillers, John K., 1843-1925.
    • 1874
    • Moń-su and Sú-vu-it.

    • Two Native American (Paiute) girls, Mońsu and Súvuit, sit together on the ground with two arrow bags, one made from a fox pelt, in southern Utah. They both wear fringed buckskin dresses, one with necklaces.
    • Hillers, John K., 1843-1925.
    • 1874
    • Nu-nu-shi-unt, the dreamer

    • An unidentified Native American (Paiute) man sleeps on blankets inside of a wickiup; a small hut of branches over interlocking poles and an open side, southern Utah.
    • Hillers, John K., 1843-1925.
    • 1874
    • The kahn, or tent

    • A young Native American (Paiute) man stands in front of a u-shaped structure made of interlocking branches with an open roof, in southern Utah. He wears a forehead ornament that covers the part in his hair, a long shirt, breechcloth, and leggings....
    • Hillers, John K., 1843-1925.
    • 1874
    • Two "old boys."

    • Two Native American (Paiute) men kneel on the ground, The Meadows, southwestern Nevada. Both hold a bow with arrows in one hand. They have beards and wear skin caps and breechcloths.
    • Hillers, John K., 1843-1925.
    • 1874
    • Conrad Moschel memorial

    • View of a carved memorial for Conrad Moschel on the face of a rock in Castlewood Canyon near Castlewood Canyon State Park, Douglas County, Colorado. Small trees and shrubs cover other words carved into the stone, and there is a small, white obelisk...
    • Noel, Thomas J. (Thomas Jacob)
    • 1977
    • Pueblo de Taos, Taos County, New Mexico

    • View of Taos Pueblo, New Mexico; shows crowds of spectators, Native Americans (Taos Pueblo), and adobe pueblo dwellings during the San Geronimo Festival.
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    • 1897 September 30
    • Ań-ti-naints and Wí-chuts

    • Two young Native American (Paiute) women, Ańtinaints and Wíchuts, sit together on the ground, The Meadows, southwestern Nevada. Both wear basket hats and heavily fringed buckskin dresses.
    • Hillers, John K., 1843-1925.
    • 1874
    • É-nu-ints-i-gaip, or one of the ancients

    • Seated elderly Native American (Paiute) man, Énuintigaip, The Meadows, southwestern Nevada. He wears fringed leggings, a skin cap with ears and horns attached, probably from a mountain sheep, and a chin strap. He holds a bow and several arrows...
    • Hillers, John K., 1843-1925.
    • 1874
    • Spotted Tail's wife

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Spotted Tail's wife and baby, Native American (Brulé Sioux) woman and child. She wears a dress and blanket shawl. The baby is wrapped in swaddling clothes and blankets.
    • Cross, W. R. (William R.)
    • [between 1875 and 1885]
    • Spotted Tail's family

    • Spotted Tail's wife and family, Native American (Sioux) woman, boys, girls, and baby pose outdoors, possibly at Pine Ridge Agency, South Dakota. Each person is wrapped in a blanket. The boys wear hair pipe chokers.
    • Cross, W. R. (William R.)
    • [between 1875 and 1885]
    • Spotted Tail's papoose

    • Spotted Tail's baby in swaddling clothes and blankets. The baby is propped against a stump.
    • Cross, W. R. (William R.)
    • [between 1875 and 1885]
    • An-ti-naints, Pu-tu-siv and Wi-chuts, sitting

    • Three young Native American (Paiute) women, Ańtinaints, Putúsiv and Wíchuts, are seated on the grass, The Meadows, southwestern Nevada. They wear heavily fringed buckskin dresses; two wear basket hats.
    • Hillers, John K., 1843-1925.
    • 1874
    • Snake dance

    • Native American Ute indians perform a ceremonial snake dance possibly on a reservation in Colorado. The dancers wear feathers, headdresses, fringed shirts and vests. One dancer plays a drum the other dancers hold snakes. Off to the side of the...
    • Buckwalter, Harry H.
    • [between 1890 and 1910]
    • On the plains, Indians attacking Butterfield's overland dispatch coach

    • A driver and passengers on a mule-driven stagecoach, the "Butterfield Overland Dispatch", fire rifles and pistols as North American Indians on horseback charge the stagecoach. Indians hold coup sticks, guns and shields. Shows a tepee and men on a...
    • Davis, Theodore Russell, 1840-1894.
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    • Beecher Island monument at Beecher, Colo.

    • View of a concrete obelisk marker that commemorates the Battle of Beecher Island, fought between U.S. troops and some 1,000 Native Americans (Cheyenne)in Yuma County, Colorado. The marker is surrounded by an iron fence. A U. S. flag flies from an...
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    • [between 1940 and 1970]
    • The Indian campaign, prisoners captured by General Custer

    • North American Indians (Cheyenne), probably the survivors of the Battle of the Washita, in animal skins and blankets over their shoulders, travel on foot or in a covered travois on a snowy hillside in Oklahoma. Uniformed soldiers with drawn swords,...
    • Davis, Theodore Russell, 1840-1894.
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    • Trinity Methodist Pioneer Day

    • Transcript of the proceedings for the Pioneer Day Celebration at Trinity Methodist Church in 1894.
    • Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church (Denver, Colo.)
    • 1894 January 7
    • An achievement of the medal of honor

    • Sergeant Edward P. Grimes, Troop F, Fifth Cavalry, runs in full military uniform with a bundle of ammunition during a battle at Milk Creek in Rio Blanco County, Colorado. Shows Native American (Ute) Indians on horseback with weapons. A buffalo...
    • Riesenberg, Sidney H.
    • 1912 July 13
    • Pile of little indians.

    • A group of Native American (Paiute) children play in the sand, Kaibab Plateau, northern Arizona.
    • Hillers, John K., 1843-1925.
    • 1874
    • Old blockhouse at Wind River, Wyoming

    • View of the old blockhouse at the Wind River Agency in Wyoming. The adobe house has a covered wooden porch and an adobe chimney.
    • Denler.
    • 1938 July 5
    • Red Clouds Band of Sioux Indians at Ft. Robinson

    • Groups of Native American (Sioux) men, women, and children pose outdoors at Fort Robinson, Nebraska. Three men and two boys wear beaded moccasins, leggings, and fringed shirts. Three men wear feathers in their hair. One man holds a war club....
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    • [between 1874 and 1880?]
    • Navajo family

    • A Native American (Navajo) family, men, women, and children, pose outdoors near an earthen hogan and a loom in either Arizona or New Mexico. The man is on horseback and holds a rifle. He wears a metal bead bandolier. His wife wears beaded necklaces...
    • Buckwalter, Harry H.
    • [between 1880 and 1910]
    • 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]
    • Platte Bridge Indian battle, 1865

    • View of the Battle of Platte Bridge at Platte Bridge Station (later Fort Caspar), on July 26, 1865, near present day Casper (Natrona County), Wyoming. United States Army troops stand near both ends of the bridge over the North Platte River, to...
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • 1933
    • Buffalo Bill and cast

    • North American Indians (tribe unknown) from the Sells Floto Circus and Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, stand and sit near Buffalo Bill, who is seated on the ground. Chief Rocky Bear (Oglala Sioux, Dakota) wears a headdress and holds a ceremonial...
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    • Indians skinning a beef

    • Three Native American Lakota Sioux men skin and dress an animal rationed by the United States government at the Pine Ridge Agency, South Dakota. Distribution of meat rations imitated a buffalo hunt in which a herd of beef cattle was released in a...
    • Morledge, C. G. (Clarence Grant)
    • 1891 June 18?
    • Group portrait of Omaha Indians

    • Group portrait of (left to right) White Swan, Inside Man, Cook, Chef du Bande, Mnigh-Di-Tai, Yellow Smoke and a child, Standing Bear holding a pipe-tomahawk, Cat, Bright Eye, Traveler, Village Maker, Homme Connu, John Pilcher (leader), unidentified...
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    • [1883]
    • Chu-aŕ-ru-um-peak, and his friends

    • Four Native American (Paiute) men, one identified as Chuaŕruumpeak, on the Kaibab Plateau, northern Arizona. All wear feather headdresses, and fringed buckskin shirts and leggings. They hold bows and arrows.
    • Hillers, John K., 1843-1925.
    • 1874
    • Chief Red Cloud and his wife in later years

    • Standing outdoor portrait of Chief Red Cloud, (Makhpia-sha, or Maqpeya-luta) Native American Sioux (Lakota or Teton group, Oglala band) and his wife. Red Cloud led his people in the Fetterman fight and was a great negotiator and diplomat. He wears...
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    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • Chief Red Cloud (at age 72)

    • Seated portrait of Chief Red Cloud, (Makhpia-sha, or Maqpeya-luta) Native American Sioux (Lakota or Teton group, Oglala band) shows the war leader and peace negotiator seated wearing a buckskin with fringe, hair pipe breastplate, a feather in his...
    • Bell, C. M. (Charles Milton), ca. 1849-1893.
    • [1894?]

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