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    • Friendship- white and Indian

    • A Native American (Cheyenne) man shakes hands with a white man on the Cheyenne River Agency in South Dakota. The Native American man holds a kerchief, wears scarves over his braids and feathers in his hair. Spectators stand and sit in hitched...
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    • [between 1902 and 1916]
    • Mont. - Flathead

    • A man in a suit and hat places an arrow into a bow in front of a crowd of white people on the Native American (Flathead) reservation in western Montana. A plow, other men in suits, and a covered table with arrows and sheafs of paper on it are...
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    • 1916?
    • Has the pipe

    • Standing portrait of a Native American (Siksika, Blackfeet) man, Has the Pipe, and a horse at Fort Belknap, Montana. The man wears a suit, a ribbon over his heart, and holds a hat in his hands.
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    • 1917?
    • Indian women cooking for a feast

    • Native American Sioux women cook in on open field, Cheyenne River Reservation, South Dakota. Their work area includes a wagon loaded with supplies, boiling pots, kettles, wooden barrels and crates. Wall tents show in background.
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    • October 1916?
    • S. Dak. - Crow Creek

    • Native American Lakota Sioux dressed in costumes with white masks and tattered clothes, ride on a wagon, as a policeman with a billy club walks beside them, Crow Creek Reservation, South Dakota. Spectators watch the production from the distance.
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    • 1915?
    • Crow Creek

    • View of two teams of Native American Lakota Sioux women in a tug-of-war contest, Crow Creek Reservation, South Dakota, includes a policeman with a billy club and spectators.
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    • 1915?
    • S. Dak. - Crow Creek

    • A Native American Lakota Sioux man shoots an arrow from a bow, as men and boys look on, Crow Creek Reservation, South Dakota.
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    • [1915?]
    • Utah

    • View of a Native American Ute (Goshute) camp in Utah includes tepees, walled tents, horses, wagons, and corrals.
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    • 1916
    • Bureau of Indian Affairs

    • Commissioner of Indian Affairs Philleo Nash presents a Presidential Citation to Darrell Fleming, a [Native American] Cherokee Indian and an Assistant Director of the Bureau, Denver, Colorado. Mr. Fleming is Assistant Area Director in Gallup, New...
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    • 1964 December 4
    • Sioux couple brings their problems to Bureau of Indian Affairs

    • A Native American (Sioux) man and woman sit on a bench in the hallway of the Bureau of Indian Affairs building, possibly in Wounded Knee, South Dakota. Signs above the doors in the hallway read: "Private" "Adult Education" "Exit" and "Education".
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    • 1968 February 2
    • Indian pickets charge Bureau of Indian Affairs with discrimination

    • Native American men and women walk a picket line to protest perceived discrimination by the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Signs read: "Indins [sic] are red, B. I. A. what are you," "Stop persecuting Indians," and, "Give us BIA."
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    • [between 1970 and 1975?]
    • Protesting policies of B. I. A.

    • Native Americans (Plains) form two lines as they march down a sidewalk in Denver, Colorado, holding flags and pickets to protest perceived discrimination by the Bureau of Indian Affairs. One picket sign reads: "Urban Indians are 'off their duffs'...
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    • 1970 March 22
    • Siksika Indians

    • Sitting portrait of a Native American (Blackfeet, Siksika) woman, Kate Clears Up, holding a baby in her lap, Blackfeet Agency, Montana. She is in front of a hewn log cabin and wears a dress and long braids. A woman stands in the door of the cabin.
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    • 1926?
    • Holy Family Mission, Blackfeet Agency, Mont.

    • Three nuns greet two young Native Americans (Blackfeet, Siksika) at the Holy Family Mission, Blackfeet Agency, Montana. The two Blackfeet ride together on a horse, and the nuns, wearing habits, emerge from the doorway of a multi-story stone...
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    • 1926?
    • Tom Sanderville, Heart Butte district, Blackfeet Agency, Mont.

    • Portrait of a Native American (Blackfoot, Siksika) man, identified as Tom Sanderville, he stands outside of a small log cabin with one hand in his pants pocket, the other hand holds a hat at his side, Heart Butte district, Blackfeet Agency,...
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    • 1926?
    • Memories- Listening to the drum

    • A Native American (Cheyenne) man stands outdoors near a group of men, probably at the Cheyenne River Agency in South Dakota. He holds a wooden pipe decorated with beads and cloth close to his body. He wears a jacket and a soft peaked cap.
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    • [between 1890 and 1916?]
    • Issue of rations, at Agency District, Blackfeet Agency, Montana

    • A group of Native American (Blackfeet, Siksika) women stand in line to receive rations from two men who weigh food on a scale on a loading dock of a wooden building, Blackfeet Agency, Montana. The women all wear dresses, many are wrapped in...
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    • 1926?
    • Naturalizing Chief American Horse

    • Chief American Horse, Native American, Oglala Lakota Sioux sits at a table with a ledger and a woven blanket with the allotting surveyor, and an interpreter, as they naturalize him, Pine Ridge Agency, South Dakota. American Horse wears a headdress,...
    • Truman, Edward.
    • 1907
    • At Rosebud fair

    • A Native American (Sioux) woman and child pose outdoors at the Rosebud Fair at the Rosebud Agency, South Dakota. The woman wears moccasins, a fringed dress, a beaded shawl and a hair pipe necklace. She holds a feather headdress. The child wears a...
    • Olop, Stephen.
    • [between 1910 and 1920]
    • Masonic plaque

    • Plaque reads: "In Commemoration Of The Services Of Brothers Julius A. Myers, Cromwell Tucker, Frederick A. Williams, Who, As Trustees Of The Masonic Temple Association, By Their Able And Untiring Efforts In The Conduct Of Its Financial Affairs, And...
    • Buckwalter, Harry H.
    • [1900]
    • Flathead Indians

    • Standing portrait of a white man and five Native American Flatheads (Salish). Identification (right to left) Michael Wyateelame, an elderly man, his wife, Susie Magpie, and Forest guard Harold Flower (white), Camas Prairie, Flathead Indian...
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    • [between 1910 and 1920?]
    • Home of Indian agent Shelton, Shiprock

    • Home of Bureau of Indian Affairs Superintendent William Shelton in Shiprock, New Mexico; a stone structure with a pitched roof. During Agent Shelton's 1903 tenure on the Navajo Reservation, he initiated a program to irrigate water from the San Juan...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • [1910?]
    • Denver Public Library circulation department

    • Men and women sit in chairs set up in the circulation department of the Denver Public Library at Colfax Avenue and Bannock Street in the Civic Center neighborhood of Denver, Colorado. A privacy screen, card catalog, podium, and sign that reads:...
    • Mile High Photo Company.
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    • Jim Joe, a Navajo

    • Jim Joe, an elderly Native American (Navajo) man poses outdoors. He wears a blanket, metal bead bandolier and squash blossom necklaces with najas, and cloth headband.
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    • [between 1915 and 1920]
    • Sweat lodge in use

    • View of a Native American (Blackfoot, Siksika) sweat lodge on an open plain in Montana. Piles of clothing lie outside of the small dome structure and a man stands nearby. Tepees, a large tent, horses, and an automobile are in the distance.
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    • [between 1880 and 1910?]

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