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    • Native American men

    • Native American (Plains) men pose near a tepee with staffs decorated with feathers. They wear moccasins, breechcloths, leggings, and feather headdresses. One man wears a fur pelt with a shell pendant over his shoulders.
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    • [between 1880 and 1900]
    • Crow Indians

    • Native American (Crow) men in war bonnets ride on horseback and hold staffs decorated with feathers.
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    • [between 1880 and 1900]
    • Gourd Clan dance area

    • View of the Gourd Clan's (some of whom are descendants of the Native American Kiowa Chief Satanta or White Bear) dance area in Carnegie, Oklahoma. Four staffs decorated with feathers, fur pelts, a banner, and a feather headdress stand upright near...
    • Huston, Fred.
    • [July, 1969]
    • Gourd Clan dance area

    • View of the Gourd Clan's (some of whom are descendants of the Native American Kiowa Chief Satanta or White Bear) dance area in Carnegie, Oklahoma. Four staffs decorated with feathers, fur pelts, a banner, and a feather headdress stand upright near...
    • Huston, Fred.
    • [July, 1969]
    • Gourd Clan dance area

    • View of the dance area used by members of the Native American (Kiowa) Gourd Clan (some of whom are descendants of the Kiowa Chief Satanta or White Bear Person) in Carnegie, Oklahoma. Four staffs decorated with a feather headdress, feathers, and a...
    • Huston, Fred.
    • [July, 1969]
    • Pahaka's (Buffalo Bill) farewell salute

    • Buffalo Bill (William F. Cody) rides at the head of a group of Native American (Sioux) men on horseback as part of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. The Sioux men hold staffs decorated with feathers and wear moccasins, beaded leggings, and feather...
    • Graufogel, George.
    • [1907?]
    • Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show

    • Native American (Sioux) men, women, and children, in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, pose in front of grandstands at the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago. Some of the men wear feather headdresses or hold painted shields and staffs decorated...
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    • [between 1920 and 1935]
    • Presentation Dance

    • Native American (Plains) men participate in a Presentation Dance while spectators look on. The men wear bells, fur pelts, body paint, breechcloths, leggings, feather roaches, and headdresses. Some men carry staffs.
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    • [between 1880 and 1910?]
    • Indians, miscellaneous

    • View of a group of unidentified Native American men on horseback near the top of a hill. Items of note include: moccasins, leggings, beads, rifles, staffs, pouches, and headdresses.
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    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • Dakota dancers

    • Native American (Sioux) men and women wait to dance, the Sioux men wear feather headdresses and hold staffs decorated with feathers, spectators stand nearby. Prominent signs read: "Big Cut In [Prices]", "Tom Sweeney Hardware Company", "Clothing,...
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    • [between 1900 and 1910]
    • Native American men

    • Native American (tribe unknown) men pose outdoors probably in New York City. They hold staffs decorated with feathers and wear moccasins, leggings, breech cloths, hair pipe breast plates, and feather headdresses.
    • Hemment, John C.
    • [between 1880 and 1890?]
    • The whole tribe of Sioux Indians

    • A group of Native American Sioux (Lakota) men, members of "The Red Man spectacle and Red Indian camp," pose in front of a painted backdrop of Yellowstone Falls in the dirt arena in Empress Hall, at the Golden West and American Industries Exhibition...
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    • 1909
    • Crow Indian gathering

    • A group of Native Americans (Crow), many in traditional dress, are gathered near tepees, possibly on the Crow Reservation in Montana. In the foreground are four women, they carry staffs, one long, wrapped, and decorated, and stand apart from the...
    • Throssel, Richard, d. 1933.
    • 1908?
    • Squaws ready for the dance Valentine Neb.

    • Native American Sioux women and a girl stand in a semi-circle wearing dresses and hair pipe necklaces; some hold feather fans or staffs, Valentine, Nebraska. Spectators and the Valentine State Bank show in background.
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    • [between 1890 and 1910?]
    • 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?]
    • Judging best dressed man and woman Indian costume

    • Native American Sioux men and women wearing costumes, some with headdresses, are mounted on horses and carry American flags and staffs. White spectators with automobiles and umbrellas gather around them.
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    • October 1916?
    • Osage Indians (Pawhuska, Okla.), teepee

    • View of a Native American (Osage) tepee and a tent in Pawhuska, Oklahoma. Ceremonial staffs stand in front of the dwellings.
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    • [between 1880 and 1910?]
    • Boise, Idaho Chinese parading on Capitol Blvd.

    • Chinese men march in a parade on Capitol Boulevard in Boise, Idaho. They carry staffs decorated with metal ornaments, and a cloth dragon. The partially constructed state capitol building is in the distance.
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    • [between 1905 and 1910?]
    • Indians, Fort Sill

    • Native American Comanche men and women pose in a line in front of a tent, Fort Sill, Oklahoma. They hold feather fans and staffs; some of the men wear long headdresses, shirts, long breechcloths; the women have on buckskin dresses and animal fur...
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    • [between 1920 and 1930?]
    • Indians, Fort Sill

    • Native American Comanche men, women, and children form a line in a grassy area, Fort Sill, Oklahoma. They hold feather fans and staffs; some of the men wear long headdresses, shirts, and long breechcloths; the women have on buckskin dresses with...
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    • [between 1920 and 1930?]
    • Indians, Fort Sill

    • Native American Comanche women form a line in front of a tent, Fort Sill, Oklahoma. They hold staffs and wear buckskin dresses with fringe, floral shawls around their waist and animal fur caps.
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    • [between 1920 and 1930?]
    • Indians on the war-path

    • Native American Sioux charge, on horseback, wearing face paint, and carrying shields, rifles, spears, and staffs.
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    • [between 1940 and 1960?]
    • Band of Sioux warriors

    • Native American (Sioux) men pose outdoors with rifles, staffs decorated with fur pelts, and feathers. They wear moccasins, leggings, breechcloths, vests, hair pipe breastplates, and feather headdresses. Tepees and men on horseback are nearby.
    • Rinehart, F. A. (Frank A.)
    • 1898
    • Gourd Clan dance

    • Native American (Kiowa) men participate in a Gourd Clan dance (some of whom are descendants of the Kiowa Chief Satanta or White Bear Person) in Carnegie, Oklahoma. The men dance near four decorated staffs and a bugle. Some men hold feather and bead...
    • Huston, Fred.
    • [July, 1969]
    • Crow Indians

    • Crow Native Americans on horseback are gathered on a hilltop and are possibly dressed in war attire. Many of the men carry long staffs lined with feathers, all wear ornate headdresses.
    • Throssel, Richard, d. 1933.
    • [between 1902 and 1911]
    • Religion, Pueblo Indians

    • Two Pueblo Native American men wearing belted kilts, beads and head feathers, carry feathered staffs and perform a ritual with bowls and pots.
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    • [between 1890 and 1910?]
    • Joseph Sherwood, R. K. Sherwood, Fred, Tommy

    • Native American Spokanes including Joseph Sherwood, R. K. Sherwood, Fred, and Tommy, and a boy, dance; they wear breechcloths, kilts, leggings, buckskin, animal furs, headdresses and carry drums, and ceremonial staffs.
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    • [between 1890 and 1910]
    • Mescalero Apache

    • Native American (Mescalero Apache) men and women pose with fur pelts, shields, tripods, bows and arrows, and staffs outdoors near a tent in New Mexico. They wear beaded moccasins, leggings, and headbands. A sign nearby reads: "Head Quarters...
    • Wittick, Ben, 1845-1903.
    • [between 1884 and 1890]
    • Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show

    • Native American (Sioux) men and a boy, pose near a group of tepees in Penzance, Cornwall, England. The men hold staffs decorated with feathers and wear moccasins, beaded leggings, blankets, hair pipe breast plates, and feather headdresses.
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    • 1904 May 30
    • Eagle dance - Utes

    • Unidentified Native American men (Ute ?), perform the Eagle dance outdoors, at the old Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado Springs, Colorado; some wear feather headdresses, one plays a drum, two hold staffs or possibly spears, one holds a shield;...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • 1896
    • Eagle Dance Ute Indians

    • Unidentified Native American men (Ute ?), perform the Eagle dance outdoors at the old Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado Springs, Colorado; some wear feather headdresses, one plays a drum, two hold staffs or possibly spears, one holds a shield; unidentified...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • 1896
    • Eagle dance

    • Unidentified Native American men (Ute?), perform the Eagle dance outdoors, at the old Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado Springs, Colorado; some wear feather headdresses, one plays a drum, two hold staffs or possibly spears, one holds a shield; unidentified...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • 1896
    • Band of Sioux warriors

    • A group of Native American Sioux (Lakota) warriors pose in a long line with ceremonial staffs, and rifles. The wear headdresses, cotton shirts, vests, hair pipe breastplates and quilled vests. Their tepee camp and men on horseback show in...
    • Rinehart, F. A. (Frank A.)
    • 1898
    • East High spotlight: vol 29 no 24

    • 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.)
    • 1942 November
    • East High spotlight: 21st year no 9

    • 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.)
    • 1943 March 4
    • An imperial warrior

    • Portrait of a Native American on horseback probably in Big Horn County, Montana; he wears a beaded sash and moccasins, ermine fringe, beads, and a feather headdress. He holds a coup stick, and his horse drinks from a creek.
    • Dixon, Joseph Kosseth.
    • [between 1908 and 1913]
    • Huskie Highlights: 1970

    • Yearbook for Douglas County High School, located in Castle Rock, Colorado, for the year 1970.
    • Douglas County High School, 1938-
    • 1970
    • Cane

    • A wood cane (Native American White Mountain Apache) with carved images of a snake, lizard and diamonds. The color yellow, green, black and red are painted on the cane. At the bottom is a knob.
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    • [between 1900 and 1920]
    • Man with staff

    • Nanise, a Native American Southern Ute sub-chief, is seated in front of a tepee at a fair in New Mexico. He wears a feather headdress, long fur covered braids, a fringed buckskin shirt, hairpipe necklace, a George Washington Peace Medallion,...
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    • [1900?]

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