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    • Snake dance - children and adults

    • View of Native American (Hopi) dancers (men and boys) at Mi-shong-na-vi, Arizona. The male dancers have feathers in their hair, painted faces and bodies; they wear kilts, necklaces, and carry bows with feathers. The boys wear kilts and have...
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    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • Hopi Snake Dance

    • In this reproduction of a cabinet card tacked to a corkboard, a photographer and other onlookers, both tourists and Native Americans (Hopi), line the walls and roofs and stand on the Dance Rock at Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona, to watch the...
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1900 and 1905?]
    • San Ildefonzo Pueblo buffalo dance

    • Native American (Tewa) men and women perform a buffalo dance, San Ildefonso Pueblo, New Mexico. A row of dancers form a circle to round up other dancers in the role of the buffalo. The hunter dancers wear feather headdresses, kilts, bodypaint and...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
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    • San Ildefonzo buffalo dance

    • Native American (Tewa) men and women perform a buffalo dance, San Ildefonso Pueblo, New Mexico. A row of dancers form a circle to round up other dancers in the role of the buffalo. The hunter dancers wear feather headdresses, kilts, bodypaint and...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • 1910
    • Stinking Bear, Hollowood, Crazy Bear

    • Chiefs, Stinking Bear, Hollowood, Crazy Bear, Native American Lakota Sioux, pose on horseback wearing feather headdresses, breechcloths, kilts, and cotton shirts, Pine Ridge Agency, South Dakota.
    • Northwestern Photographic Co.
    • [1890 or 1891]
    • Indians Pueblo

    • View of the backs of Native American Hopi male dancers wearing belted kilts, bustles with feathers and faces painted on them, body paint and feather headdresses; standing on a slope, Hopi Reservation, Arizona.
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    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • Indian "Tablet Dance" at Santo Domingo, New Mexico

    • Native American (Santa Domingo Pueblo) men and women dance in a row during a "Tablet Dance" at Santo Domingo Pueblo (New Mexico). The women wear mantas and tablitas on their heads. The men wear fringed breechcloths, hoof rattles, kilts, body paint,...
    • Farny, Henry François, 1847-1916.
    • 1890 June 7
    • Manitou Cliff Dwellings Museum

    • Two Native American Pueblo couples pose outside a tepee with a painting of a running man with a headdress, at the Manitou Cliff Dwellings Museum, Manitou Springs, Colorado. The men wear feather headdresses, wrapped braids, long shirts, vests,...
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    • [between 1915 and 1925?]
    • Hopi ceremony

    • Native American (Hopi) men, women and children pose in blankets, ceremonial kilts, moccasins and necklaces at an unidentified pueblo in Arizona. One man plays a flute and another holds a bow with arrows. Adobe buildings are in the distance.
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    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • Snake Dance Oraibi

    • View of two groups of unidentified Native American (Hopi) snake dancers, Oraibi, Arizona. One group dance, they wear breechcloths, moccasins, feathers, and fur and carry snakes, some in their mouths. The second group stands, they wear kilts and...
    • Matteson, Sumner W., 1867-1920.
    • 1899 or 1900?
    • 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.
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    • 1898?
    • Bathing pool - Mesa No. 1

    • View of Native American (Hopi) women, men, and children at a pool, with rock walls, on First Mesa, Arizona. Shows men wearing kilts and breechcloths, and women wearing mantas and shawls.
    • Matteson, Sumner W., 1867-1920.
    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • Indians, Pueblo Hopi Dances, Snake

    • Native Americans (Hopi) perform the Snake Dance, Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona. The dancers wear body paint, kilts or breechcloths, and hold snakes and feathers; spectators look on from adobe walls and roof tops.
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    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • Flute priests performing a ceremony at a spring

    • View of Native Americans (Hopi Pueblo) on stone walkways surrounding a spring at Mi-shong-na-vi, Arizona. They wear kilts, feather bustles, necklaces, and have feathers in their hair; they carry flutes.
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    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • Hopi, Walpi, dances, Snake

    • Hopi dancers line-up against a pueblo wall before the Kisi, a bower of cottonwood branches, where snakes are kept ready for the Snake Dance, Walpi, First Mesa, Arizona. The dancers wear kilts, animal pelts, moccasins, feathers, and body paint....
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    • [between 1880 and 1898]
    • Basket dance - plaza no. 1

    • View of Native American dancers (Hopi) by a rock formation at Walpi, Arizona. The women and girl dancers wear mantas and shawls and hold Hopi baskets. Two male (?) dancers (Katchinas ?) wear kilts, shirts, shawls, and headresses with feathers; they...
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    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • Taos, Fiesta dancers

    • Native American (Taos) fiesta dance at Taos Pueblo, New Mexico. The dancers wear embroided kilts or blankets and body paint. Spectators form a circle around the area and also watch from adobe pueblo rooftops, portals and carriages. Two...
    • Beam, George L. (George Lytle), 1868-1935.
    • [between 1910 and 1920?]
    • 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?]
    • Sun Dance

    • Native American (Shoshone) men participate in a Sun Dance in a brush enclosure. The men blow eagle bone whistles decorated with feathers as they dance near the center pole. A bundle of dried foliage, the Thunder's Nest, is tied to the center pole....
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    • [between 1900 and 1930?]
    • Hopi, Snake Priest

    • Native American (Hopi) Snake Priests wearing kilts, body paint and feathers, enter a kiva, Hopi Mesas, Arizona.
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    • [between 1890 and 1910?]
    • Taos, Fiesta

    • Native American (Taos) fiesta dance at the Taos Pueblo, New Mexico. The dancers 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?]
    • Omaha Dance P.R. Agency S.D.

    • Native American Sioux men and boys perform the Omaha Dance, Pine Ridge Agency, South Dakota; spectators including whites look on. The dancers wear headdresses, roaches, breechcloths, kilts, legbands and belts with bells. A United States flag shows...
    • Morledge, C. G. (Clarence Grant)
    • 1891 July 18
    • Snake dance - Oraibi

    • View of a Native American (Hopi) snake dance at Oraibi, Arizona. The dancers wear painted shirts and leggings, kilts, animal pelts; some hold snakes. Spectators include a whites and Native Americans. Shows a white boy in a straw hat, shirt and...
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    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • Native American Utes

    • Large group of Native American Utes pose with white people in front of a Victorian house. Many of the Utes are in dance costumes with bandoliers, leg bands and kilts; one holds a whip.
    • Boston.
    • [between 1888 and 1890?]
    • Hopi snake dance.

    • View of Native American (Hopi) snake dancers (men and boys) as they face an aspen tree. They wear body paint, kilts, animal pelts, moccasins, and feathers in their hair. White and Native American spectators sit on stone pueblo walls.
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    • [between 1900 and 1920?]
    • Hopi Flute Ceremony

    • Native American (Hopi) men play wooden wind instruments near a fire and prayer sticks decorated with feathers, Mishongnovi, Arizona. The men wear breechcloths, kilts, and feathers in their hair.
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    • [between 1890 and 1910]
    • Back view of snake dancers

    • View of Native American (Hopi) snake dancers (men and boys) as they face an aspen tree. They wear body paint, kilts, animal pelts, moccasins, and feathers in their hair. White and Native American spectators sit on stone pueblo walls, some with...
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    • [1899 or 1900?]
    • "Butterfly Dance" of the Hopi [sic] Indians

    • View of Native American Pueblo men and women dancers; the men wear kilts, moccasins, bells, and carry rattles; the women wear mantas, moccasins, tablet headdresses (tablitas), and carry feathers. Shows singers and a drum.
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    • 1933
    • Nar-orse and Edge-yo-go (left to right)

    • Studio portrait (standing) of Nar-orse and Edge-yo-go, Native American (Shoshone) men. Each man rests his hand on a blanket draped over a pedestal. A dog lays near the pedestal. Nar-orse holds a mirror framed in metal. Edge-yo-go holds a pipe...
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    • [between 1884 and 1885]
    • The Katchina dance to the rain gods, Hopi Indians at Shonghopavi, Arizona

    • Native American Hopi men dressed as Kachinas dance in body paint, embroidered kilts with fox skins hanging from their belts, and masks in Shongopavi, Second Mesa, Arizona. They carry rattles made from stones in dried painted gourds and have rattles...
    • Underwood & Underwood.
    • [between 1900 and 1906?]
    • Hopi Indian Snake dancers

    • Snake Priests of the Native American Hopi, Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona, wear body paint, kilts and fox fur tails and stand in front of the kisi, the cottonwood bower, where the snakes are kept.
    • Bortell, P. Clinton.
    • 1921
    • Snake Priest with snakes, Hopi Indian snake dance

    • Snake Priests of the Native American Hopi, Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona, wear body paint, kilts, leg rattles, moccasins, and necklaces; they hold snakes in their hands and mouths.
    • Bortell, P. Clinton.
    • [1921?]
    • Indians, Pueblo, Hopi, religion

    • View of Hopi Native American men, women and children wearing ceremonial costumes including kilts, mantas, blankets, face paint, bead necklaces and feathers, as they hike up a trail to a mesa top, Hopi Mesas, Arizona.
    • Matteson, Sumner W., 1867-1920.
    • [1899 or 1900]
    • "Snake Priests," Hopi Indians snake dances

    • Native American Hopi snake priests dance in front of Snake Rock, pueblo buildings, and a Kisi, wearing body paint, kilts, and animal pelt tails, Walpi, First Mesa, Arizona.
    • Bortell, P. Clinton.
    • 1921
    • Hopi, Snake Priest

    • Native American Hopi Snake Priests wearing kilts, body paint, feathers, and carrying rattles, enter the kiva for a ceremony, Hopi Mesas, Arizona.
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    • [between 1880 or 1910?]
    • Caddo teenagers of Oklahoma

    • Native American Caddo teenagers join hands and dance; the girls wears Euro-American style long dresses with aprons, the boys wear feather headdresses and bustles, kilts, bells and moccasins.
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    • [between 1930 and 1950?]
    • Indians, Pueblo, Hopi, dances, Snake Dance

    • Native American Hopi Pueblo dancers wearing kilts, fox fur tails, body paint, moccasins, and carrying feathers, perform in the Snake Dance, Hopi Mesas, Arizona.
    • Bortell, P. Clinton.
    • 1920
    • Shoshone Sun Dance

    • Native American (Shoshone) men participate in a Sun Dance, they wear kilts, beaded necklaces, and body paint. The men blow on eagle bone whistles decorated with feathers, they hold feathers. Other Shoshone men stand near the edge of the brush...
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    • [between 1900 and 1930]
    • Shoshone Sun Dance

    • Native American (Shoshone) men participate in a Sun Dance. One man stands in an open area near a center pole, the Thunder's Nest of brush is tied to the pole near the top. The men wear leggings and kilts, body paint, bead necklaces, and feathers in...
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    • [between 1900 and 1930]
    • Dance in the Pueblo San Juan

    • Native American (Pueblo, Tewa) men and a woman pose outdoors during a dance at San Juan Pueblo, New Mexico. The men hold sprigs of evergreen and wear moccasins, body paint, kilts, bead necklaces, and have feathers in their hair. The woman wears...
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1882 and 1890?]
    • Shoshone Indians near Arapahoe, Wyo

    • A group of Native American (Shoshone) men stand and sit on horseback near Arapahoe, Wyoming. The men are near a group of trees, a drum sits on the ground. The men on horseback hold wooden staffs. The men wear leggings, kilts, blankets, and feathers...
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    • [between 1880 and 1910?]
    • Hopi Snake Dance, Arizona

    • Reproduction of a painting shows a Native American Hopi Pueblo Snake Dance with dancers wearing kilts and body paint, carrying snakes in their mouths and hands, Hopi Mesas, Arizona.
    • Fred Harvey (Firm)
    • [between 1905 and 1910]
    • Indians, Pueblo, San Ildefonso, dances, eagle

    • Native Americans of the San Ildefonso Pueblo, New Mexico, perform the Eagle Dance, wearing eagle feather headdresses, arm and ankle decoration and kilts. A dark hooded figure watches from the pueblo rooftop.
    • Jeancon, Jean Allard.
    • 1918
    • Indians, Pueblo, San Ildefonso, dances

    • Native Americans of the San Ildefonso Pueblo, New Mexico, dance in two lines with rattles and tree branches. The men wear body paint, kilts and feathers on heads and armbands; the women wear mantas and tablet headdresses (tablitas.)
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    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • Crow dancers

    • Two Native American (Crow) men pose in dance costumes near a tepee, other men look on. The dancers wear kilts, moccasins, fur around their ankles, bells, breast plates, necklaces, and ornamental head gear. Shows white men in the background, one...
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    • 1900?
    • Indians, Pueblo, San Ildefonso, dances

    • Native Americans of the San Ildefonso Pueblo, New Mexico, dance with rattles and tree branches in front of a shrine decorated with tree boughs. The men wear body paint, kilts and feathers on heads and armbands; the women wear mantas and tablet...
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    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • Dance at Zia Pueblo

    • Native American (Pueblo, Sia) men participate in a dance at Zia Pueblo, New Mexico. The men wear body paint, kilts, concho belts, and feather roaches. Spectators stand nearby.
    • Mullarky Photo.
    • [between 1890 and 1910]
    • Cochiti Pueblo, arts and customs - dances

    • Native American Eagle Dancers wearing kilts, headdresses, and feathered arm decorations perform as a young Cochiti boy looks on, Cochiti Pueblo, New Mexico. Adobe buildings in the distance.
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    • [between 1890 and 1920?]
    • Inter-tribal Indian Ceremonial Gallup, N. M.

    • Native American (Pueblo, Taos) men participate in a dance in Gallup, New Mexico. They wear bells, moccasins, kilts, feather armbands, bustles, and feather roaches.
    • Willis-Barnes Photo.
    • [between 1900 and 1910]
    • Pueblo-Cochiti arts and customs - dances

    • View of men, a woman, and children performing a Native American dance in Cochiti Pueblo, New Mexico. Men wear animal (?) headdresses, leggings, kilts and moccasins. The woman wears a woven dress and moccasins.
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    • [between 1890 and 1920?]

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