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    • Hopi Indians

    • View of Native American (Hopi) men, Snake members, who take part in the Snake Dance at Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona. The Snake members walk behind the Dance Rock as spectators sit and stand on pueblo buildings, the Dance Rock, and near the...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • August, 1899
    • Hopi Indians

    • View of Native American (Pueblo, Hopi) women who carry water containers in cloth slings and a pail near the Snake Shrine at Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona. The Snake Shrine is a large pile of stones in which the jars for the snake washing...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • August, 1899
    • Moki Indians lined up before kisi in snake dance a chant to the rattle snakes

    • Native American (Hopi) men, snake dancers, stand in a line before the kisi and hold feather snake whips at Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona; groups of Native American,and white men and women sit and stand in around the snake members and on dance...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • August, 1899
    • The plaza is full of snakes that have broken away from the Gatherers

    • View of Native American (Hopi) men, Snake members, who handle snakes as part of the Snake Dance at Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona. One snake member holds a feather whip toward a snake on the ground while other members handle snakes and look on....
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • 1899
    • Hopi Indians

    • View of Native American (Hopi) men, Snake members, who take part in the Snake Dance at Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona. The Snake members stand in a line, away from the kisi while two snakes are on the ground. Other Snake members stand near the...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • August, 1899
    • Moki Indians, Wolpi Pueblo the snake dance

    • Native American (Hopi) snake dance at Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona; snake members stand in two groups; some hold snakes in their mouths while others stroke snakes with feathers, one man handles a snake; groups of unidentified Native American...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • August, 1899
    • Snake priests

    • View of Native American (Hopi) men, Snake members, who stand in a line near the kisi as part of the Snake Dance at Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona. The Snake members wear moccasins, kilts, fur pelts attached to belts, body paint, and feathers in...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • August, 1899
    • The Snake priests

    • View of Native American (Hopi) men, Snake members, who stand in a line near the kisi as part of the Snake Dance at Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona. The Snake members wear moccasins, kilts, fur pelts attached to belts, body paint, and feathers in...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • 1899
    • Confederate reunion

    • View of conventioneers in Trinidad, Colorado. A young boy in cowboy costume with a faux leopard skin pouch is encircled by men, women and boys watching a man hold a snake.
    • Coffey, Pat.
    • August, 1939
    • Moki Snake Dance, Oraibi

    • Native American (Hopi) snake dancers wear breechcloths, leg rattles, moccasins, and feathered objects in their hair. One carries a feather, another carries a snake in his mouth.
    • James, George Wharton, 1858-1923.
    • 1896
    • Moki Indians, Wolpi Pueblo tickling a rattler with an eagle feather

    • Native American men (Hopi), snake dancers, stand in a circle at Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona; five men handle snakes, one holds a snake in his mouth; one man strokes a rattle snake (on the ground) with a feather, while groups of unidentified...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • August, 1899
    • Hopi Indians

    • A Native American (Pueblo, Hopi) man, a Snake member, bends down to pick up a snake as a part of the Snake Dance at Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona. The man wears moccasins, a fringed kilt, a fur pelt which hangs from a leather belt, body paint,...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • August, 1899
    • Hopi Indians

    • A man who wears pants, a shirt, suspenders, and a hat walks between two groups of Native American (Hopi) Snake and Antelope members who participate in a Snake Dance at Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona. One group of Snake and Antelope members...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • August, 1899
    • Hopi Indians

    • Native American (Pueblo, Hopi) men, Snake and Antelope members, take part in a Snake Dance at Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona. The men make a circuit around the Dance Rock, past the kisi. They wear moccasins, kilts, fur pelts which hang from...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • August, 1899
    • Hopi Indians

    • View of Native American (Hopi) men, Snake members, who take part in the Snake Dance at Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona. Some Snake members handle snakes while others look on. Two snakes are coiled on the ground. The Snake members wear moccasins,...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • August, 1899
    • Hopi Indians

    • View of Native American (Hopi) men, Snake members, who stand in a line near the kisi as part of the Snake Dance at Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona. The Snake members hold feather whips and wear moccasins, kilts, fur pelts attached to belts, body...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • August, 1899
    • Big Snake and Sweet Grass

    • A group of Native American (Oglala Sioux) women, Sweet Grass, Chief Big Snake, and white men, pose near and on a covered wagon in Morrison, Jefferson County, Colorado. The women wear moccasins, beaded and fringed dresses and shawls, and beaded...
    • Maynard Photo.
    • 1947
    • The Snake men. Moki Snake Dance Oraibi

    • View of Native American (Hopi) snake dancers in Oraibi, Arizona. The men wear body paint, dance kilts, sashes, necklaces, and moccasins. One dancer wears a squash blossom necklace.
    • James, George Wharton, 1858-1923.
    • 1896
    • Oraibi Moki Snake Dance

    • View of Native American (Hopi) snake dancers in Oraibi, Arizona. They wear body paint, breechcloths, animal pelts, necklaces, and moccasins. The dancers hold snakes.
    • Maude, F. H. (Frederic Hamer)
    • August 1896
    • Oraibi Moki Indians Snake Dance

    • View of Native American (Hopi) snake dancers in Oraibi, Arizona. They wear body paint, feather hair ornaments, breechcloths, animal pelts, necklaces, and moccasins; the dancers hold snakes, some in their mouths. Spectators include Native Americans...
    • Maude, F. H. (Frederic Hamer)
    • 1896
    • Spectators at Snake Dance, Oraibi, Ariz

    • View of Native American (Hopi) snake dancers in Oraibi, Arizona; spectators include Native American men, women, and children, and white men and women. Shows pueblo dwellings.
    • Maude, F. H. (Frederic Hamer)
    • 1896
    • Monument at Arapahoe Bar, 2 miles west of Golden, Colorado

    • Charles L. Palmer, one of the first white people born in Jefferson County, Colorado, and the Sioux, Chief Big Snake pose at the dedication of a Arapahoe City marker. Chief Big Snake dressed in full regalia with a feather headdress and finged...
    • Milligan, Edward William, 1869-
    • [1946]
    • "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
    • Confederate reunion

    • View of a rattlesnake derby in Trinidad, Colorado. Shot at night, this blurred image shows part of a round enclosure with spectators outside of it. Several 30's sedans are parked in the background, and a sign on a fence reads: Coca Cola.
    • Coffey, Pat.
    • August, 1939
    • March of snake priests around altar rock the Moki Indians, Wolpi

    • View, at Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona, of Native American (Hopi) snake priests, who dance in a single file around snake or dance rock; they wear fur moccasins, kilts, fur pelts which hang from woven leather belts, body paint, beaded...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • August, 1899
    • Among the Moki Indians, the Snake Dance

    • Native American (Pueblo, Hopi) men, Antelope or Snake Priests, perform the Snake Dance in Walpi, First Mesa, Arizona. The men wear aprons or skirts decorated with fringe and animal pelts, face paint, feather headdresses and squash blossom...
    • Lungren, Fernand, 1857-1932.
    • 1896 August 15
    • 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]
    • Ute snake dance

    • Native American (Ute) men perform a snake dance next to tepees, probably at a fair in New Mexico. The men wear feather headdresses, beaded and fringed shirts and leggings. One man holds a snake, another beats a drum.
    • Buckwalter, Harry H.
    • [between 1900 and 1910?]
    • Snake dance

    • Native American (Ute) men perform a snake dance next to tepees, probably at a fair in New Mexico. The men wear feather headdresses, beaded and fringed shirts and leggings. One man holds a snake, another beats a drum.
    • Buckwalter, Harry H.
    • [between 1900 and 1910?]
    • 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?]
    • 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.
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    • [1870]
    • The Antelope men. Moki Snake Dance Oraibi

    • View of Native American (Hopi) Pueblo dancers, Oraibi, Arizona. The men wear body paint, bead necklaces, dance kilts, woven sashes, animal pelts, and moccasins. They carry rattles.
    • James, George Wharton, 1858-1923.
    • 1896
    • The Moki Indians Chief Harry Supela of Wolpi Pueblo

    • View, Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona, of two Native American men, one identified as Chief Harry Supela. A man, wearing a shirt, stands on thin wooden poles that cover the snake kiva; other poles rest against the side of the kiva; a man wearing a...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • August, 1899
    • Hopi Indians

    • Native American (Hopi) men, Antelope members, stand in a line near the kisi as part of a Snake Dance at Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona. The men wear kilts, body paint, and feather headdresses. One man holds a ceremonial staff with feathers...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • August, 1899
    • Hopi Indians

    • Native American (Pueblo, Hopi) men, Snake members, take part in a Snake Dance at Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona. Two men stand in the Dance Plaza near the kisi, one with his arm around the other. The men wear moccasins, kilts, fur pelts which...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • August, 1899
    • Hopi Indians

    • Native American (Pueblo, Hopi) men and women sit, crouch, and stand near the edge of the mesa at Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona. The women administer an emetic to those who have participated in the Snake Dance. Men and women wear breechcloths....
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • August, 1899
    • Walpi

    • Native American (Hopi) kachina dancers, some with kilts, face masks, pelts, shaker gourds, and sticks, snake dance, Walpi pueblo, Arizona. Shows side of structure with door, window, and hanging fur pelt.
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • [between 1911 and 1920?]
    • Snake Rock- Tshirige

    • View of the Snake Rock at Bandelier National Monument, New Mexico. A Native American (Anasazi) petroglyph that depicts a snake stands on a hillside cliff covered with tall grass.
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • 1915
    • Snakes

    • Drawing from a photo by George Wharton James.; Reproduction of a drawing; snake kiva for a Native American (Hopi) snake dance at Walpi Pueblo, Arizona.
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • [between 1897 and 1925?]
    • Trio of dancers

    • Photomechanical reproduction of Native American (Hopi) snake dancers dressed in body paint; blanket kilts with buckskin; fringed buckskin boots; necklaces and feathers. One dancer has a snake in his mouth, Hopi Indian Reservation, Arizona.
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • [between 1895 and 1925?]
    • Participants taking the emetic at Walpi

    • Native American (Hopi) snake dancers in body paint and kilts stand or lean over the side of a cliff vomiting; white men in shirts, pants, boots and hats look on, Walpi Pueblo, Arizona. Spectators sit on buildings.
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • [between 1895 and 1925?]
    • View of Oraibi

    • View of Oraibi, Arizona; shows Native American (Hopi) adults and children, adobe dwellings, pottery, drying meat, and a dog.
    • James, George Wharton, 1858-1923.
    • 1896 or 1897
    • Hopi boy on horseback

    • Portrait of a Native American Pueblo (Hopi) boy on horseback, Oraibi, Arizona.
    • James, George Wharton, 1858-1923.
    • 1896 or 1897
    • Moki Indian basket maker

    • Portrait of a Native American (Hopi) woman in a doorway holding a basket, Oraibi (?) Arizona.
    • Maude, F. H. (Frederic Hamer)
    • 1896 or 1897
    • Oraibi

    • Portrait of Native American (Hopi) Pueblo adults and children in Oraibi, Arizona, sitting by a pottery chimney (?) and a stovepipe.
    • Maude, F. H. (Frederic Hamer)
    • 1896 or 1897
    • The Antelope March. Moki Snake Dance Oraibi

    • View of Native American (Hopi) Pueblo dancers, Oraibi, Arizona. The men wear body paint, bead necklaces, dance kilts, woven sashes, animal pelts, and moccasins. They carry rattles.
    • James, George Wharton, 1858-1923.
    • 1896
    • Cirlce of Snake priests Moki Indians, Wolpi Pueblo

    • View, at Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona, of a procession of Native American (Hopi) snake priests, they dance in a single file; groups of unidentified Native American, White, men and women look on; the dancers wear kilts, and bead necklaces; some...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • August, 1899
    • Moki Indians, Wolpi Pueblo Snake dance- grand entrance

    • Native American (Hopi) men, possibly antelope priests, dance in a single file as part of the snake dance, Walpi Pueblo, First Mesa, Arizona; groups of unidentified Native American, white, men and women look on; dancers wear kilts, and bead...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • August, 1899

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