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    • Animals & skins

    • Shows animal skins on a desk and a stuffed animal on the floor below the desk, possibly in a taxidermist office.
    • Buckwalter, Harry H.
    • [between 1890 and 1910]
    • Animal skins

    • View of various mounted taxidermy animal heads and skins. The heads of elk, deer, antelope, big horn sheep, and possibly a coyote are mounted on a wall near the heads and skins of a bear, a badger, a bobcat, and a mountain lion.
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • [between 1890 and 1915]
    • Part of predatory animal catch for January and February

    • A man stands among the pelts of predators in front of wooden framework braced against a wall covered with pelts. Two girls sit and stand in the pelts by a stone wall.
    • Piper, Stanley E. (Stanley Edward)
    • 1916
    • Animal pelts and traps

    • A man stands behind a stack of animal pelts. He stretches a fox pelt between his hands. Other animal skins rest on a wooden frame. Steel traps hang beneath the pelts.
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    • [between 1917 and 1929?]
    • Shoshone women scraping hides

    • Native American (Shoshoni) women prepare animal skins; one hide is draped over sticks. The women wear buckskin dresses with fringe and beadwork and beaded headbands. One woman holds a scraper.
    • United States. Office of Indian Affairs.
    • [between 1910 and 1930?]
    • Ind-San Juan, biog., groups (unident)

    • Studio portrait of unidentified Native Americans of San Juan Pueblo, New Mexico. The women wear woven dresses and shawls with moccasins and leggings; one holds a baby in a Euro-American style cotton dress. The men wear a combination of traditional...
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    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • The Indian campaign, prisoners captured by General Custer

    • North American Indians (Cheyenne), probably the survivors of the Battle of the Washita, in animal skins and blankets over their shoulders, travel on foot or in a covered travois on a snowy hillside in Oklahoma. Uniformed soldiers with drawn swords,...
    • Davis, Theodore Russell, 1840-1894.
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    • Sioux Chief Long Wolf and family Buffalo Bill's Wild West

    • Sioux Chief Long Wolf poses with his family, his wife and three children for a studio portrait for Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. An adobe-style facade is painted on the backdrop behind them. Long wolf wears a shirt, leggings, moccasins, an...
    • Anderson, photographer.
    • [between 1880 and 1890?]
    • 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?]
    • Portrait

    • A woman sits in a room filled with pillows decorated with images of Native Americans, deer, horses, and bugling elk. Several buck skins are similarly decorated and hang from the wall above where the woman sits. A telephone with a telephone...
    • Collier, Joseph.
    • [between 1880 and 1910?]
    • The trapper Bertie

    • Full seated portrait of Bert Gross with a dog and animal skins, Crested Butte, Gunnison County, Colorado; his rifle leans on his leg and he wears a feather headdress, gaiters, wool pants and a jacket with fringe.
    • Borg, Mesch.
    • [between 1890 and 1910]
    • Taxidermy display, Minturn, Colo

    • This cabinet in Minturn, Eagle County, Colorado, displays taxidermied fowl, a ferret, a porcupine, ptarmigan, jays, pistols, rocks, coral and books. Rifles form a tripod by a wicker creel; bobcat and mountain lion skins are on the floor. A parlor...
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    • [between 1910 and 1920?]
    • Woman was wife of Slim Tibo, man: Too-ah-pip-pen

    • Studio portrait of the wife of Slim Tibo and Too-ah-pip-pen, Native American Comanche, in front of a painted backdrop. The man is seated, wearing long fur skins over his braids, fringed leggings, a striped shirt and vest, she stands at his side...
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    • [between 1890 and 1910?]
    • Ti-su-yo, son of Chief Now-way

    • Standing studio portrait of Ti-su-yo, son of Chief Mow-way? Native American Comanche, wearing a shirt with a neck scarf, leggings, moccasins, a blanket around his waist, animal fur skins over his braids and holding a rifle in front of a painted...
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    • [between 1890 and 1910?]
    • Ind-San Juan, biog., groups (unident)

    • Studio portrait of a group of unidentified Native Americans from San Juan Pueblo, New Mexico. The girls wear woven dresses and shawls with bead necklaces, moccasins and leggings. The men and a boy wear a combination of traditional and Euro-American...
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    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • Ind-San Juan, biog., groups (unident)

    • Studio portrait of an unidentified group of the San Juan Pueblo, New Mexico, with two white boys, wearing collars and cuffs with ruffles, propping up a Native American baby between them. A women and a girl wear woven dresses and shawls with...
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    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • Ind-San Juan, biog., groups (unident)

    • Studio portrait of a group of unidentified Native Americans of the San Juan Pueblo, New Mexico, shows women and a boy wrapped in a blanket; two hold babies in Euro-American style cotton dresses. The men wear cotton shirts and vests with headdresses...
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    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • Ute Indians in dancing costume, L-R: Henry Johnson, ?

    • Standing studio portrait of two Native American Ute men wearing dance costumes. One of the men is identified as Henry Johnson, and wears moccasins, beaded leggings, animal skins, breastplate, bells, eagle feathers, and headdress. The other man...
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    • [between 1880 and 1910?]
    • The travois, or, the Indian hunter bringing game into camp

    • A Native American (Crow) man leads his horse, which pulls a travois, along a snow covered wash or river bed. The man wears hides and leggings. The load on the travois is covered with animal skins and the horse has a blanket on its back.
    • Throssel, Richard, d. 1933.
    • [between 1902 and 1911]
    • Aspen Leaf

    • The interior of a dry good store in Aspen, Colorado, is crowded with merchandise, including books, magazines, Indian rugs, skins, photographs, light fixtures, and leather goods. Animal trophies are mounted on the wall; a cash register is in the...
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    • [between 1890 and 1910]
    • Plenty Horses at an Omaha Dance

    • Plenty Horses and Native American Lakota Sioux dancers wearing breechcloths, bustles, animal fur skins, leg bands with bells and feathers in their hair, sit in a circle during the Omaha dance, Pine Ridge Agency, South Dakota. One figure stands...
    • Morledge, C. G. (Clarence Grant)
    • 1891 June 18
    • Santa Clara pueblo

    • Native American (Tewa) men and women perform a corn dance in the plaza of Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico. Women wear tablitas, shawls, dresses, and wrapped boots. Men wear kilts with fox skins, body paint, anklets, and moccasins; they carry gourd...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • 1910
    • Santa Clara pueblo

    • Native American (Tewa) men and women perform a corn dance in the plaza of the Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico. Women wear tablitas, shawls, dresses, and wrapped boots. Men wear kilts with fox skins, body paint, anklets, and moccasins; they carry...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • 1910
    • Santa Clara pueblo

    • Native American (Tewa) men and women perform a corn dance in the plaza of the Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico. Women wear tablitas, shawls, dresses, and wrapped boots. Men wear kilts with fox skins, body paint, anklets, and moccasins; they carry...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • 1910
    • Santa Clara pueblo

    • Native American (Tewa) men and women perform a corn dance in the plaza of the Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico. Women wear tablitas, shawls, dresses, and wrapped boots. Men wear kilts with fox skins, body paint, anklets, and moccasins; they carry...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • 1910
    • Santa Clara pueblo

    • Spectators watch Native American (Tewa) men and women perform a corn dance in the plaza of the Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico. Women wear tablitas, shawls, dresses, and wrapped boots. Men wear kilts with fox skins, body paint, anklets, and...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • 1910
    • East High spotlight: vol 30 no 10

    • Newspaper produced by East High School of Denver, Colorado. Included in the paper are photographs of students, articles on school events and sports.
    • East High School (Denver, Colo.)
    • 1944 March 23
    • Masha-Honka-Shi & friend at home

    • Portrait of two Native American (Hopi) women, one identified as Masha-Honka-Shi, Oraibi, Arizona. They sit on a weaving, they wear mantas, high moccasins, rings, necklaces, and hair whorls. Shows blankets and animal skins.
    • Wittick, Ben, 1845-1903.
    • 1898
    • Colorado Tax Assessment List 1862-1866

    • Federal Internal Revenue assessment lists for the Territory of Colorado 1862-1866. Includes resident and absentee property holders.
    • Sherard, Gerald E. (Gerald Emerson), 1947-
    • 2005
    • Terraced houses, Zuni

    • View of Native American (Zuni) adobe and stone, multi-story pueblos at Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico. Dwellings have timber ladders, rooftop entrances, chimney pots and timber rafters (vigas). Ristras, corn, pottery and animal skins are beside buildings.
    • Hillers, John K., 1843-1925.
    • [between 1879 and 1881?]
    • Peter Iron Shell, Sioux

    • Head and shoulders portrait of Peter Iron Shell, Native American Sioux (Lakota) man wearing a shirt, vest with quillwork, a hair bone breastplate, animal fur skins, and loose hair decorated with bead strings and feathers.
    • Rinehart, F. A. (Frank A.)
    • 1898
    • 300 choice recipes

    • Cookbook created by the Ladies of the First Baptist Church in Denver, Colorado. Included in the cookbook are various recipes and household tips provided by the ladies.
    • First Baptist Church (Denver, Colo.)
    • 1892
    • Curing hides and bones

    • Men unload American buffalo hides from a wagon and stake them flat on the ground. Shows a tall pile of bones near a telegraph line and a locomotive. Shows possibly a stacking or baling machine and piles of hides bound with rope. Clouds are above...
    • Frenzeny & Tavernier.
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    • Navajo camp

    • A Native American (Navajo) family (man, woman, and children) pose in a camp surrounded by cut brush. Two women hold babies in cradleboards. Meat and animal skins dry on lines strung between trees.
    • Wittick, Ben, 1845-1903.
    • [between 1887 and 1901]
    • 1016 scalps, summer of 1919, Arizona

    • Two men hold signs over a heap of animal pelts in Arizona. Some animals have tags. The signs read: "1016 Scalps. Summer of 1919. Arizona" and "U.S. Biological Survey and Live Stock Sanitary Board Cooperating in the Destruction of Predatory Animals."
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    • 1919
    • Stock killing grizzly

    • A man holds a rifle and stands next to a grizzly pelt that hangs from a wall in a residence in Arizona. A dog stands in front of the pelt; the grizzly skull sits on a box next to the dog.
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    • [between 1921 and 1929?]
    • Fur catch winter 1925

    • Wolf pelts hang from a rope attached to a timber of a cabin. A saw and snowshoe lean against the cabin wall. A dog sniffs the ground.
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    • 1925

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