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    • Chiefs, Mandan Indians

    • Seated studio portrait of two unidentified Native American (Mandan) chiefs. The man on the left holds a bow; he wears strings of beads on either side of his face, necklaces, abalone shells, long hair extensions with painted stripes, a buckskin...
    • Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Mandan Indians--1870-1880.; Tribal chiefs--1870-1880.
    • 1872
    • Head-men or chiefs, Rees

    • Portrait of two unidentified Native American men (Arikara or Ricaree) wearing necklaces, bone discs, leggings, decorated shirts, and hats with feathers. One holds a pistol; the other holds a bow and arrows, a hand mirror, and a scabbard.
    • Arikara Indians--1870-1880.; Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Tribal chiefs--1870-1880.
    • 1872
    • Chief Ouray

    • Studio portrait of Chief Ouray, a Native American (Ute) man. He wears a blanket, vest, watch chain with fob, and a bead necklace.
    • Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Ute Indians--1870-1880.; Tribal chiefs--1870-1880.; Ouray.
    • [between 1870 and 1880?]
    • Wash-a-kie - peace chief of the Shoshone Indians

    • Reproduction of a lithograph is a sitting portrait of a Native American (Shoshone) man, identified as Washakie. He wears moccasins, leggings, a blanket around one shoulder, a shirt, pendant, and earrings. He carries a pouch and powder horn around...
    • Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Shoshoni Indians--1870-1880.; Tribal chiefs--1870-1880.; Washakie, ca. 1804-1900.
    • [between 1870 and 1880?]
    • Quanah Parker

    • Seated side studio portrait of Chief Quanah Parker, a Native American Comanche chief led the last tribe in the Staked Plain to come into the reservation system. Parker wears a buckskin shirt and leggings, moccasins, a neck scarf, animal fur wrapped...
    • Comanche Indians--1870-1880.; Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Clothing & dress--1870-1880.; Tribal chiefs--1870-1880.; Parker, Quanah, 1845?-1911.
    • [between 1870 and 1880?]
    • Unidentified chief

    • Studio portrait (standing) of an unidentified Native American man. He holds a rifle and wears a blanket, kerchief with shell pendant, scarves over his braids, and a hat.
    • Dakota Indians--1870-1880.; Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Tribal chiefs--1870-1880.
    • [between 1870 and 1880]
    • Ouray + wife

    • Studio portrait of Native American (Ute) Chief Ouray and his wife Chipeta. Chief Ouray wears braids, a choker necklace, a fringed buckskin shirt with probably beaded details, pants, leather boots, and a woven blanket attached at the waist. Chipeta...
    • Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Ute Indians--1870-1880.; Spouses--1870-1880.; Tribal chiefs--1870-1880.; Chipeta.; Ouray.
    • [between 1870 and 1880?]
    • Ouray head Chief of Southern Utes

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Chief Ouray, a Native American (Ute) man. He wears a blanket, vest, watch chain, and bead choker.
    • Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Ute Indians--1870-1880.; Tribal chiefs--1870-1880.; Ouray.
    • [between 1877 and 1880]
    • Colorow Ute Chief

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Colorow, a Native American (Ute) man. He wears a blanket, shirt with quill work, and a metal choker.
    • Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Ute Indians--1870-1880.; Clothing and dress--1870-1880.; Tribal chiefs--1870-1880.; Colorow, ca. 1810-1888.
    • [between 1870 and 1880]
    • Utes, agents, and interpreter

    • Studio portrait of four Native American Ute men, two agents, and an interpreter. They are identified as: "Standing: J. S. Littlefield, agent, White River; Tab-u-cha-kat; Pah-ant; Catz; Uriah M. Curtis, interpreter. Sitting: Wanzitz (Antelope); Maj....
    • Indian interpreters--1870-1880.; Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Ute Indians--1870-1880.; Indian agents--1870-1880.; Tribal chiefs--1870-1880.; Catz, Ute Indian.; Curtis, Uriah M.; Hanko.; Pak-ant, Ute Indian.; Tab-u-cha-kat, Ute Indian.;...
    • [1872]
    • Little Robe (Tak-kee-o-mah), chief of the Cheyennes

    • Head and shoulders portrait of a Native American (Cheyenne) man, identified as Little Robe (Takkeeomah). He wears a coat with shoulder bands and buttons, braids, and earrings.
    • Cheyenne Indians--1870-1880.; Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Tribal chiefs--1870-1880.; Little Robe.
    • [between 1940 and 1970?]
    • Spotted Eagle, Sitting Bull's head chief during the late Indian war

    • Portrait of Spotted Eagle, Native American Dakota (Sans Arc Sioux) man sitting on a animal fur, holding a rifle, bare chested with a bullet bandelier, scalp, leggings and wrapped braids.
    • Dakota Indians--1870-1880.; Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Sans Arc Indians--1870-1880.; Teton Indians--1870-1880.; Tribal chiefs--1870-1880.; Spotted Eagle.
    • [between 1870 and 1880]
    • Spotted Tail

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Spotted Tail, a Native American (Brulé Sioux) chief. He holds a feather fan. He wears a blanket, a medal, and wrapped braids.
    • Brulé Indians--1870-1880.; Dakota Indians--1870-1880.; Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Tribal chiefs--1870-1880.; Spotted Tail, 1823-1881.
    • [ca. 1877]
    • Cu-ra-can-to, Muache Ute war chief

    • Studio portrait of Cu-ra-can-to, a Native American war chief (Muache Ute), wearing a jacket with epaulets, a stovepipe hat with an ostrich feather, and a hand woven scarf around his neck.
    • Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Muache Indians--1870-1880.; Ute Indians--1870-1880.; Tribal chiefs--1870-1880.; Cu-ra-canto.
    • 1873 July 4th
    • Ute

    • Studio portrait of Native American Ute Chiefs Ouray and Ignacio. Ouray stands and wears a beaded, fringed hide shirt, a blanket around his waist, leggings, and boots. Ignacio is sits and wears a suit, hoop earrings, and braid decorations.
    • Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Ute Indians--1870-1880.; Tribal chiefs--1870-1880.; Ignacio, Ute Chief.; Ouray.
    • [1880]
    • Spotted Bear, Hunapapa Sioux, in my old studio at Fort Keogh, 1878

    • Studio portrait (crouching) of Spotted Bear, a Native American (Hunkpapa Sioux) man. He holds a wooden pipe and wears a blanket and metal earrings.
    • Dakota Indians--1870-1880.; Hunkpapa Indians--1870-1880.; Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Tribal chiefs--1870-1880.; Spotted Bear.
    • [1878]
    • Ouray, Otto Mears

    • Sitting studio portrait of Native American (Tabeguache band, Southern Ute) Chief Ouray, and Otto Mears, an interpreter and businessman. Ouray wears beaded moccasins, leggings, shirt, and fringed coat, Mears wears a three piece suit.
    • Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Tabeguache Indians--1870-1880.; Ute Indians--1870-1880.; Indian interpreters--1870-1880.; Tribal chiefs--1870-1880.; Ouray.; Mears, Otto, 1840-1931.; Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.)
    • [1880?]
    • Colorado, the late outbreak and massacre at the White River agency

    • Studio bust portraits of North American Indian (Ute) figures show Jack, White River Ute war chief; Susan (erroneous label reads: "Sarah"), Ouray's sister; Piah, Middle Park Ute chief; Douglass, White River Ute chief; and Ouray, head Ute chief....
    • Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Ute Indian--1870-1880.; Tribal chiefs--1870-1880.; Women--1870-1880.
    • 1879 November 15
    • Mabel Jimes- Sweet Grass Oled Bell Hawkins Chief Big Snake

    • Photomontage of Native American (Sioux) woman Sweet Grass (Mabel Jimes) and (Ponca) Chief Big Snake (Oled Bell Hawkins.) Sweet Grass wears a blanket around her legs, a beaded shawl, and a hair pipe necklace. Chief Big Snake wears a suit.
    • Dakota Indians--1870-1880.; Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Ponca Indians--1870-1880.; Tribal chiefs--1870-1880.; Big Snake, d. 1879.; Sweet Grass.
    • [1870]
    • Satanta (White Bear) Kiow Chief

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Satanta (White Bear Person), a Native American (Kiowa) man. He wears a military uniform coat with epaulets, a leather bandolier, and a medal on a ribbon around his neck.
    • Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Kiowa Indians--1870-1880.; Tribal chiefs--1870-1880.; Satanta, Kiowa Chief, ca. 1815-1878.
    • [between 1920 and 1940?]
    • Washington, D. C.- Portrait of Red Dog and other prominent Indians of the Sioux Nation

    • Portrait of Red Fox, Bear Skin, Red Dog, Rocky Bear and Living Bear, Native American (Sioux) men. They hold wooden pipes and beaded and fringed bags. The men wear moccasins, leggings, blankets, medal pendants, and feathers in their hair. Rocky Bear...
    • Dakota Indians--1870-1880.; Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Tribal chiefs--1870-1880.
    • [between 1940 and 1960]
    • Sioux Indians

    • Group portrait of four Native American (Sioux) men and one white man. Identification reads: "front: Sitting Bull, Swift Bear, Spotted Tail (Brulé ), rear: Julius Meyer, Red Cloud (Oglala)." Two of the men carry top hats.
    • Brulé Indians--1870-1880.; Dakota Indians--1870-1880.; Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Oglala Indians--1870-1880.; Tribal chiefs--1870-1880.; Meyer, Julius, fl. 1850-1880.; Red Cloud, 1822-1909.; Sitting Bull, Oglala chief, 1840?-1877.;...
    • [1875 May 13]
    • Ouray, Washington

    • Sitting portrait of Ouray, Native American Ute leader. He wears braids, a fringed buckskin shirt, leggings, and boots. The image was taken during the Utes' last treaty negotiations at Washington, D. C., only months before Ouray's death.
    • Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Ute Indians--1870-1880.; Tribal chiefs--1870-1880.; Ouray.
    • 1880
    • David Vann, a Cherokee chief

    • Head and shoulders portrait of Native American (Western Cherokee) chief David Vann. He was elected as second chief when the Eastern and Western Cherokee were united in Oklahoma.
    • Cherokee Indians--1870-1880.; Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Tribal chiefs--1870-1880.; Vann, David.
    • [between 1940 and 1970?]
    • Chief Ouray

    • Studio portrait of Chief Ouray, a Native American (Ute) man. He wears beaded moccasins, leggings, bandolier, hair-pipe necklace, and kerchiefs in his braids. He holds a cane.
    • Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Ute Indians--1870-1880.; Tribal chiefs--1870-1880.; Ouray.
    • [between 1870 and 1880?]
    • Chief Santanta [i. e. Satanta] passed the peace-pipe to General Sherman and said "My great...

    • Oil painting of Satanta, a Native American (Kiowa) man, General William T. Sherman, and another white man as General Sherman smokes a pipe. Satanta stands, with one hand raised. He wears a blanket, a hair pipe breastplate, and a feather headdress....
    • Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Kiowa Indians--1870-1880.; Generals--American--1870-1880.; Oil paintings.; Tribal chiefs--1870-1880.; Satanta, Kiowa Chief, ca. 1815-1878.; Sherman, William T. (William Tecumseh), 1820-1891.
    • 1923
    • Old Man Afraid Of His Horses

    • Studio portrait of a Native American (Oglala Sioux) man, identified as Man Afraid Of His Horses. He wears a blanket wrapped around his shoulders, cloth bound braids, and an eagle feather in his hair. In his hands he holds a pipe and feathers.
    • Dakota Indians--1870-1890.; Indians of North America--1870-1890.; Oglala Indians--1870-1890.; Tribal chiefs--1870-1880.; Man Afraid of His Horses, Oglala Chief.
    • [between 1870 and 1890?]

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