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    • So. Utes women & children

    • A group of Native American (Southern Ute) women and children are seated together next to tents, probably at a fair in New Mexico. Beside them are several woven water baskets with straps.
    • Buckwalter, Harry H.
    • [between 1900 and 1910?]
    • Crow women on horseback

    • Native American (Crow) women pose outdoors on horseback. They wear dresses decorated with elk teeth.
    • Rinehart, F. A. (Frank A.)
    • [between 1898 and 1900]
    • Some of the squaws

    • North American Indian women (tribe unknown), performers in "The Red Man spectacle and Red Indian camp," stand in front of a painted backdrop of Yellowstone Falls, in an arena in the Empress Hall, at the Golden West and American Industries...
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    • 1909
    • Cap Jinks with squaws

    • View of Native American man and women on horseback at Atchee, Colorado, in aspen trees. Captain Jinks wears braids; the women have on blankets.
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    • [between 1900 and 1920?]
    • Buckskin Charlie and two Indian women

    • Ute Chief, Buckskin Charlie poses in front of a tepee in Ignacio, Colorado with two Native American women. He wears fringed shirt, corduroy, a feather headdress and a medallion. A shaggy dog sleeps next to the tepee. The Native American woman to...
    • Buckwalter, Harry H.
    • 1901
    • Late Chiricahua renegade captured at South Fork

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of two of Geronimo's wives, Native American (Chiricahua Apache) women. One woman wears a blanket on her shoulder while the other woman wears another section of the same blanket on her head.
    • Randall, A. Frank.
    • [between 1883 and 1888]
    • Navajoe squaws and child

    • Native American (Navajo) women and a child pose seated beside large rocks in Canyon de Chelle (later Canyon de Chelly National Monument), Arizona. One woman wears a dress belted at the waist. A young woman wears a bil (dress), wrapped moccasins,...
    • O'Sullivan, Timothy H., 1840-1882.
    • 1873
    • Native American women and children

    • Studio portrait (sitting and standing) of Native American (Shoshone) women and children. The women wear dresses, one decorated with elk teeth, and beaded necklaces. One child is in a beaded cradleboard.
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    • [between 1884 and 1885]
    • Ute man and women

    • Reproduction of an etching shows a Native American man (Ute) flanked by two Ute women. The man wears moccasins, pants, shirt, sash, and top hat with decorative plume. The women wear long dresses and jewelry.
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    • 1887
    • McKinley School class weaving project

    • Photograph of four students from McKinley Elementary School in Denver, Colorado during a Native American class project. Three girls, Violet Turner, Dorothy Wings and Alice Jean McKinies are seen at a vertical weaving loom. Two of the girls are...
    • Source unknown..
    • circa 1925
    • Shoshone women at Fort Hall

    • A group of Native American (Shoshone) women on horseback stand near a group of Shoshone men. The women wear moccasins, leggings, and dresses decorated with beads and elk teeth. The men wear feather headdresses.
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    • [between 1902 and 1920?]
    • So. Ute sub-chief Nanise, with wives and children

    • Native American (Southern Ute) Sub-chief Nanise sits in front of a tepee with a group of women and children at a fair in New Mexico. He wears a feather headdress, fur covered braids, a fringed buckskin shirt, hairpipe necklace, a George Washington...
    • Buckwalter, Harry H.
    • [between 1900 and 1910?]
    • Two Native American women

    • Two Native American women (tribe unknown) sit outdoors on stairs next to a banister. One woman wears face paint and moccasins; both wear plaid shawls.
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1900 and 1905?]
    • Women's rights

    • Two Native American (Dakota) women sit next to wood bundles and tepees, probably Dakota Territory.
    • Bailey, Dix & Mead.
    • 1882?
    • Navajo Indians

    • A Native American (Navajo) family, a man, women, and children, pose outdoors near a log house, Arizona or New Mexico. Two women have their backs to the camera.
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    • [between 1880 and 1910]
    • Navajo Indians come to town

    • Native American (Navajo) men and women pose outdoors in Arizona or New Mexico. A few men are on horseback.
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    • [between 1880 and 1910]
    • Native American women on horseback

    • Three Native American women, Cecille Magpie Vanderburg, Felicity Delaware, and Sara Ogden Magpie, pose on horseback on the Flathead Indian Reservation in western Montana. The women sit in wood-framed saddles. The blankets underneath the saddles are...
    • Boos, Edward H.
    • [between 1905 and 1907?]
    • Apache women and ponies

    • Native American (San Carlos Apache) women pose on horseback near a brick building in San Carlos, Arizona.
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    • [between 1940 and 1960]
    • Sioux women receiving rations from commissary

    • Native American Lakota Sioux women and children receive government rations from issue agents at the Pine Ridge Agency commissary, South Dakota. Rations include loaves of bread, sacks of flour, sugar and cornmeal, labeled with: "U. S. Indian...?...
    • Morledge, C. G. (Clarence Grant)
    • 1891
    • Sioux Indians at Frontier Park, Cedar Rapids, Iowa

    • Two boys stand next to a bass drum at the front of a panoramic view of Native American (Oglala Sioux) men, women and children, and white men at Frontier Park in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. The Sioux men and boys wear beaded and fringed leggings, hair pipe...
    • Baldridge Photo.
    • 1925, July
    • Fort Bowie A. T.

    • Native American (Chiricahua Apache) women prisoners pack canvas bags for their transfer to Florida, at Fort Bowie, Arizona. White men in military uniforms look on.
    • Fly, C. S. (Camillus Sidney), 1849-1901.
    • [between 1886 and 1888]
    • History of Denver

    • Comprehenisve study of the history of the Denver area before, during, and after the founding of the city.
    • Smiley, Jerome C. (Jerome Constant), 1858-1924.
    • 1901
    • Lieutenant-Governor of the Zuni Indians

    • A Native American (Zuni Pueblo) man, identified as the Lieutenant-governor, poses at Zuni, New Mexico. The man holds a silver capped cane, sits wrapped in a woven blanket and wears a headband and a multi-strand turquoise bead necklace. People are...
    • O'Sullivan, Timothy H., 1840-1882.
    • 1873
    • Indian women

    • A group of Native American women poses on horseback in front of a backdrop with a landscape scene painted on it for a performance of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show at Earl's Court in England.
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    • [1892?]
    • Chief Iron Tail, Indian women and children at Buffalo Bill's Wild West

    • Postcard depicting drawing of Sioux Chief Iron Tail standing with a group of Sioux women and children. The woman in the center of the front row kneels on the ground. Chief Iron Tail was a leader among the Native Americans who participated in...
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    • [between 1885 and 1900?]
    • Squaws ready for the dance Valentine Neb.

    • Native American Sioux women and a girl stand in a semi-circle wearing dresses and hair pipe necklaces; some hold feather fans or staffs, Valentine, Nebraska. Spectators and the Valentine State Bank show in background.
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    • [between 1890 and 1910?]
    • Tachiar and Ce-Gee-Che, Ute women

    • Full-length, studio portrait of Tachiar and Ce-Gee-Che, Ute Native American women; they stand, holding a pipe.
    • Rose & Hopkins.
    • c1899
    • Ute women

    • Group studio portrait, full-length, of Ute Native American women; seated in front, from left to right: Tachiar, A-Pat-We-Ma, and Ta-Nah; standing in back, from left to right: Ce-Gie-Che-Ok and To-Wee.
    • Rose & Hopkins.
    • c1899
    • Ute women

    • Group studio portrait, half-length, of Ute Native American women; in front, left to right, are: Tachiar, A-Pat-We-Ma, and Ta-Nah; in back, left to right: Ce-Gie-Che-Ok and To-Wee.
    • Rose & Hopkins.
    • c1899
    • Marking of the Ute Pass Trail

    • Native American (Ute) men and women and a white man ride horses on the Ute Pass Trail, El Paso County, Colorado, as part of the trail marking ceremony. Spectators stand and sit near and on cars on a road which leads to a house. Native American men...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • August 29, 1912
    • Sioux women and man

    • A Native American man stands between two Native American women in front of a backdrop with a landscape scene painted on it in an arena for Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show at Earl's Court in England. The man wears a breastplate, possibly made of bone,...
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    • [1892?]
    • Indian and two women

    • A Native American man stands between two Native American women in front of a backdrop with a landscape scene painted on it in an arena for Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show at Earl's Court in England. The man wears a breastplate, possibly made of bone,...
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    • [1892?]
    • Indian women

    • A group of Native American women poses on horseback in front of a backdrop with a landscape scene painted on it for Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show at Earl's Court in England. Two of the women wear striped shirts. Each of the women wears her hair in...
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    • [1892?]
    • 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]
    • 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]
    • Indian squaws with white family

    • Native American Sioux women wearing dresses, blankets, and hair pipe necklaces and earrings pose outside a porch with a white woman, possibly Emma Sickels (or Sickle,) a white teacher and her three primly dressed children, Pine Ridge Agency, South...
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    • [1890 or 1891?]

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