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    • Lrataba, chief of the Mojaves

    • Sitting portrait of a Native American (Mohave) man identified as Lrataba. He wears a suit coat, bow tie, long hair, and a head cover.
    • Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Mohave Indians--1860-1870.; Lrataba, Mohave Indian.
    • 1864?
    • Le Loup-Tachete, chef chayenne

    • Standing portrait of a Native American (Cheyenne) man, identified as Loup Tachete. He wears boots, pants, shirt, kerchief, hat, braids, a blanket over one shoulder, and carries an inverted rifle in his hands.
    • Cheyenne Indians--1860-1870.; Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Loup Tachete.
    • 1868
    • Indien des Prairies qui a scalpe son ennemi mort

    • A Native American (Plains) man holds aloft the newly taken scalp from the head of a dead soldier who lies on the ground at his feet.
    • Indians of North America--Great Plains--1860-1870.; Scalping--1860-1870.
    • 1868
    • Village Sioux

    • A group of Native American Sioux men, women and children are in a tepee camp near Fort Laramie, Dakota Territory.
    • Dakota Indians--Dakota Territory--1860-1870.; Indians of North America--Dakota Territory--1860-1870.; Dakota Territory--1860-1870.; Indian encampments--Dakota Territory--1860-1870.; Tipis--Dakota Territory--1860-1870.
    • 1868
    • The east and the west. The orient and the occident meeting after driving the last spike

    • Book illustration of the completion of the trans-continental railroad at Promontory (Box Elder County), Utah. Men pose by Central Pacific Railroad and Union Pacific Railroad locomotives; some hold bottles.
    • Central Pacific Railroad Company--1860-1870.; Union Pacific Railroad Company--1860-1870.; Promontory (Utah)--1860-1870.; Dedications--Utah--Promontory--1860-1870.; Railroads--Utah--Promontory--1860-1870.
    • 1869, May 10
    • The stampede

    • Four mounted Native Americans use pieces of cloth to stampede four horses.
    • Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Stampedes--1860-1870.
    • 1869?
    • The store of the trading post

    • Native Americans line up at the counter of a trading post as two white men attend to their needs.
    • Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Trading posts--1860-1870.
    • 1870?
    • Indian widow at her husband's grave

    • A Native American woman mourns the death of her husband. She holds a human skull and appears to be symbolically feeding it while others are scattered on the ground around her. Behind her are several burial platforms.
    • Indians of North America--Spiritual life--1860-1870.; Manners & customs--1860-1870.; Scaffold burial--1860-1870.
    • 1870?
    • Indian women bathing

    • Native American women bath in a river. Cradleboards rest among bushes nearby. Shows dwellings and a stockade.
    • Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Bathing--1860-1870.
    • 1870?
    • Women water-carriers

    • Native American women standing on a stream bank collect water. They use travois' attached to dogs to transport the full pots to their village in the distance.
    • Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Water carriers--1860-1870.
    • 1870?
    • Indian lovers

    • A Native American men outside a tepee on a moonlit night, one man sits on the ground playing a drum, the other leans against a tree and plays a flute.
    • Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Flutes--1860-1870.
    • 1870?
    • Hunting the buffalo on foot

    • A Native American man hunts a buffalo on foot. He carries arrows in his mouth and runs beside the animal, which he has already pierced with one arrow.
    • Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Bison hunting--1860-1870.
    • 1870?
    • Old method of crushing ore

    • Five Native Americans crush and carry ore as an armed cowboy stands by and smokes a cigarette; the people that crush ore use only small hammers, those that carry the ore have full baskets. A cannon is pointed at the workers from across an enclosed...
    • Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Mining--1870-1880.
    • 1878?
    • Trading with the Indians

    • Native American (tribe unknown) men trade goods with a white man.
    • Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Commerce--1870-1880.
    • 1879
    • Brownsville, Colorado

    • Reproduction of ink rendering; shows Brownsville (later known as Silver Plume), Clear Creek County, Colorado, with residences, storefronts, mining facilities, and Clear Creek.
    • Brownsville (Jefferson County, Colo.)--1880-1890.
    • 1880
    • A spree in a Leadville theatre

    • Reproduction shows men and women in Leadville, Lake County, Colorado, carousing. Scantily clad ladies are in the room; draperies cover interior walls.
    • Leadville (Colo.)--1880-1890.; Burlesque shows--Colorado--Leadville--1880-1890.; Interiors--Colorado--Leadville--1880-1890.
    • 1881
    • North Denver Villa Park Telephone

    • A newspaper dedicated to the interests of North Denver, Villa Park and the West Side. It contains various articles and illustrations about the West Side of Denver, including maps of Denver and the Villa Park and Barnum's subdivision.
    • Colorado--Newspapers.
    • 1883 September 15
    • Pasqual, the Yuma chief

    • Head and shoulders portrait of Pasqual, a Native American (Yuma) man. His hair is unkempt on top with tightly woven braids drape down past his shoulders. He wears a shirt with buttons and grizzled facial hair.
    • Indians of North America--1880-1890.; Yuma Indians--1880-1890.; Tribal chiefs--1880-1890.; Pasqual.
    • 1883?
    • Yuma Indians at home

    • Shows Native American (Yuma) men, women, and children in a domestic scene. Women and children tend a cooking fire as two men, one of whom is smoking a pipe, stand near brush shelters.
    • Indians of North America--1880-1890.; Yuma Indians--1880-1890.; Outdoor cookery--1880-1890.
    • 1883?
    • Toos-Day-Zay - wife of Cochise, and the mother of Natches, a hostile Chiricahua Chief

    • Seated studio portrait of Toos-day-zay, Native American Chiricahua Apache woman, wife of Cochise, and mother of Chief Natches (Nai-chi-ti, Natchez) wearing a striped, full skirt a wide leather belt with a calico print shirt and a blanket draped...
    • Chiricahua Indians--1880-1890.; Indians of North America--1880-1890.; Mothers--1880-1890.; Spouses--1880-1890.; Women--1880-1890.; Cochise, Apache chief, d. 1874.--Family.; Natches--Family.; Toos-day-zay.
    • 1884 or 1885?
    • Colorado D. & R. G. R. R.

    • Cimarron, Montrose County, Colorado, flanks the Cimarron River. Frame residences, trees, sheds, tents, and stock pens comprise the town; a low bridge spans the water upstream. Passenger coaches of the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad approach the...
    • Denver and Rio Grande Railroad Company--1880-1890.; Cimarron (Colo.)--1880-1890.; Railroads--Colorado--Cimarron--1880-1890.; Rivers--Colorado--Cimarron--1880-1890.
    • 1886
    • Miss Kitty Ross, daughter of a leading official of the Cherokee Nation

    • Portrait of a Native American (Cherokee) woman identified as Kitty Ross. She sits on a swing and wears a long sleeved shirt with decorative lace on the wrists and neck, and a hat. She is the wife of Daniel E. Ross, Assistant Secretary of the...
    • Cherokee Indians--1880-1890.; Indians of North America--1880-1890.; Women--1880-1890.; Ross, Daniel E.--Family.; Ross, Kitty.
    • 1887?
    • Mount of the Holy Cross

    • View of Mount of the Holy Cross in Eagle County, Colorado. Possibly East Cross Creek is nearby.
    • Eagle County (Colo.)--1880-1890.; Holy Cross, Mount of the (Colo.)--1880-1890.; Streams--Colorado--Eagle County--1880-1890.
    • 1888
    • Residence of B.L. Ford, Breckenridge

    • Reproduction of a print of the Barney L. Ford house in Breckenridge (Summit County), Colorado. Shows a frame house with bay windows. A horse drawn carriage is near the house.
    • Ford, Barney L.--Homes & haunts.; Breckenridge (Colo.)--1880-1890.; Houses--Colorado--Breckenridge--1880-1890.
    • 1889
    • Cheyenne Agency

    • Shows a large wooden building, a wagon, people, and horses on a road at the Cheyenne Agency, Wyoming.
    • United States. Office of Indian Affairs. Cheyenne Agency--1880-1890.; Cheyenne Indians--Government relations--1880-1890.; Indians of North America--1880-1890.; Buildings--1880-1890.
    • 1889?
    • American Horse

    • A head and shoulders portrait of a Native American (Oglala Sioux) man, identified as American Horse. He wears a hair pipe breastplate and choker, fur-bound braids, and a feather in his hair.
    • Dakota Indians--1880-1890.; Indians of North America--1880-1890.; Oglala Indians--1880-1890.; American Horse, Dakota Chief, 1840-1908.
    • 1890
    • Pueblo farmers watching their crops

    • Cover of "Harper's Weekly A Journal of civilization, Vol. XXXIV.-No. 1763... New York, Saturday, October 4, 1890." Reproduction of a lithograph shows Native American Pueblo Indians by a branch-shelter and tilled fields.
    • Indians of North America--New Mexico--1890-1900.; Pueblo Indians--New Mexico--1890-1900.; Farms--New Mexico--1890-1900.
    • 1890 October 4
    • Plenty Horses, Slayer of Lieutenant Edward Casey, U. S. A.

    • Head and shoulders portrait of Plenty Horses, a Native American Sioux man, wearing a neck scarf.
    • Dakota Indians--1890-1900.; Indians of North America--1890-1900.; Tribal chiefs--1890-1900.; Plenty Horses, d. 1933.
    • 1891
    • Living Bear, father of Plenty Horses

    • Head and shoulders portrait of a Native American (Sioux) man, identified as Living Bear.
    • Dakota Indians--1890-1900.; Indians of North America--1890-1900.; Living Bear.; Plenty Horses, d. 1933--family.
    • 1891?
    • Indian scouts watching Custer's advance

    • Two Native American men lie low in tall grass as they scout the advance of George Custer.
    • Indian scouts--1860-1870.; Indians of North America--1860-1870.
    • 1892?
    • The Coloradan: Vol. II No. 3

    • Article and front cover of The Coloradan, pertaining to First Baptist Church in Denver, Colorado.
    • Historic buildings--Colorado--Denver.; First Baptist Church (Denver, Colo.)
    • 1893 May 1
    • In the lava beds

    • Reproduction of a book illustration; Native American (Modoc) man with a rifle hides in the lava beds from the Union army during the Modoc War of 1872-73 in northern California.
    • Indians of North America--California--1870-1880.; Modoc Indians--Wars, 1873--California.
    • 1896
    • Pueblo de Taos, Taos County, New Mexico

    • View of Taos Pueblo, New Mexico; shows crowds of spectators, Native Americans (Taos Pueblo), wagons, umbrellas, and adobe Pueblo dwellings, during the San Geronimo Festival.
    • Indians of North America--New Mexico--Taos Pueblo--1890-1900.; Pueblo Indians--New Mexico--Taos Pueblo--1890-1900.; San Geronimo Fiesta (Taos Pueblo, N.M.)--1890-1900.; Taos Indians--1890-1900.; Taos Pueblo (N.M.)--1890-1900.; Carts & wagons--New...
    • 1897 September 30
    • 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.
    • Indians of North America--New Mexico--Taos Pueblo--1890-1900.; Pueblo Indians--New Mexico--Taos Pueblo--1890-1900.; San Geronimo Fiesta (Taos Pueblo, N.M.)--1890-1900.; Taos Indians--1890-1900.; Taos Pueblo (N.M.)--1890-1900.; Festivals--New...
    • 1897 September 30
    • Dance of San Estevan at Acoma

    • Native Americans (Acoma) dance during the Fiesta of San Estevan (Esteban) at Acoma Pueblo, New Mexico. Shows women in tablitas and mantas and men in dance kilts.
    • Acoma Indians--New Mexico--Acoma--1890-1900.; Indian dance--New Mexico--Acoma--1890-1900.; Indians of North America--New Mexico--Acoma--1890-1900.; Pueblo Indians--New Mexico--Acoma--1890-1900.; Acoma (N.M.)--1890-1900.; Ceremonial dancers--New...
    • 1898?
    • Warriors dancing inside medicine-lodge

    • A large group of Native American warriors dance in a medicine lodge, they circle a central pole; an American Flag flies in the background.
    • Indian dance--1890-1900.; Indians of North America--1890-1900.; Warriors--1890-1900.
    • 1900
    • Duneweg hardware store

    • This hardware store interior in Brush, Morgan County, Colorado, includes cooking stoves, nail kegs, kerosene lamps and rolls of paper. A case in the center displays scissors, and a framed poster above has an illustration of moose surrounded by a...
    • Brush (Colo.)--1900-1910.; Hardware stores--Colorado--Brush--1900-1910.; Interiors--1900-1910.
    • 1900

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