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    • Headdress

    • Shows a Native American (Sioux) headdress. It is made from eagle feathers, red wool; red, blue and purple down; loom woven orange, green, red, blue, black and white Italian? beads; transparent red faceted beads, a round painted disc, fur, buckskin.
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    • [between 1880 and 1890]
    • Four pistols

    • Four pistols descriptions follow images from right to left. The first pistol was made by H. Aston & Co. from Middletown, Connecticut; U.S. Arsenal. The percussion pistol (US model 1842, military cap lock pistol) is single shot made from walnut with...
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    • [between 1860 and 1875]
    • Ornament

    • Shows a Native American Sioux circlet ornament made or found in Pine Ridge, South Dakota. It features blue and green beadwork, buckskin, a tin jingler and chicken feathers dyed red. The ornament would be used in the hair or fastened to horse...
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    • [between 1875 and 1900]
    • Moccasin

    • Pair of Native American (Ute) men's moccasins painted yellow ochre with rawhide soles, thong laces, blue, gold, red, green, and white beadwork.
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    • [between 1890 and 1920]
    • Child's moccasin's

    • Shows a pair of Native American Sioux (Lakota) children's moccasins made or purchased in Pine Ridge, South Dakota. They have a beaded checkboard design in red, blue, white and maroon and hard soles.
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    • [between 1900 and 1920]
    • The Isis Theatre

    • Architectural drawing of the Isis Theatre, 1722 Curtis Street in Denver, Colorado (demolished after 1953).
    • Roeschlaub, Robert Sawers, 1843-1923.
    • 1912 May 27
    • Tomahawk; pipe

    • Shows a Native American Sioux wood and steel blade tomahawk from Rosebud, South Dakota. The wood handle is squared, burned and has rings of brass tacks around it.
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    • [between 1860 and 1870]
    • Group of Japanese women, men and young girls

    • A group of Japanese-American women, men and young girls pose in front of the Colorado Times newspaper office at 1930 Lawrence in Denver, Colorado. The women and young girls wear kimonos. The men wear suits and ties. In front row, third from left is...
    • Norred, Cyril F.
    • [between 1916 and 1920]
    • Envelope pouch

    • Shows a Native American Sioux rawhide envelope pouch (parfleche) made by Lucy Knife of Pine Ridge, South Dakota. The pouch is decorated with geometric designs painted with red, yellow, green and blue poster paint; red flannel is bound on the side...
    • Knife, Lucy.
    • [between 1860 and 1880]
    • Governor Thornton campaigning

    • Colorado Governor Daniel Thornton poses with his wife Jessie and political supporters at a general aviation airport in Colorado. The people are gathered near an airplane hanger, a single engine airplane, automobiles and a sound van. Governor...
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    • [1950?]
    • War Bonnet

    • Front view of a Native American Sioux war bonnet made by Scout Comes from Sky of Rosebud, South Dakota. The bonnet is made of chicken feathers dyed yellow, eagle feathers, white down, beadwork and red flannel.
    • Scout Comes from Sky.
    • [between 1880 and 1900]
    • Moccasins

    • Shows a pair of Native American Sioux buckskin moccasins made by Dora Wooden Ring of Rosebud, South Dakota. They feature decorative dark blue and white beadwork in geometric designs and hard soles.
    • Wooden Ring, Dora.
    • [between 1900 and 1930]
    • Band

    • Shows a Native American Sioux band (pouch) made of doeskin, bird bone and red cloth; it has brown seed (possibly juniper) decoration.
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    • [between 1860 and 1870]
    • Basket

    • A (Native American Apache) coiled basket used as a storage jar; made from willow, rod foundation, Devil's claw and light brown and black coloring. It's decorated with checkerboard, triangle, zigzag, band and line designs.
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    • [between 1870 and 1900]
    • Cup & pin game

    • Shows a cup and pin game of the Native American Sioux . The game has a metal pin, small bone cups, rawhide, a loop and pink, red, white and blue beadwork.
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    • [between 1860 and 1880]
    • Moccasin

    • Pair of Native American (Sioux) ochre colored, buckskin moccasins with blue, white, green and maroon beadwork; buttons on flap.
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    • [between 1880 and 1910]
    • Salish Indians, totem poles

    • View of men and women standing near the base of a Native American (Kwakiutl) totem pole in Alert Bay, British Columbia. The Chief Waxawidi pole is a single piece of wood with polka-dots, a flared top, and human and animal representations. It...
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    • [between 1890 and 1920?]
    • Boy's vest

    • A Native American (Sioux) boy's vest with faceted red, blue, gold and white beadwork attached with lazy stitching. Fringe is on the bottom edge of the vest and straps tie the front together. The beadwork is in designs of triangles and images of an...
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    • [between 1880 and 1889]
    • Drum stick

    • Native American (Sioux) wooden drumstick with a buckskin ball tied with rawhide.
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    • [between 1870 and 1900]
    • Dance roach

    • Native American (Osage) antler bone spreader with cut out design painted red and green; feather.
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    • [between 1830 and 1880]
    • Bonnet

    • Native American (Oglala Sioux) bonnet made of red and yellow quillwork with a crossed flag pattern.
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    • [between 1860 and 1880]
    • Spoon

    • Shows a Native American (Arapaho) spoon made of mountain sheep horn. The handle is decorated with woven multicolor quill.
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    • [between 1860 and 1870]
    • Rattle

    • Native American (Oglala Sioux) child's wood rattle is covered in rawhide and has a ring shape on the end.
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    • [between 1880 and 1910]
    • Pouch

    • Shows a Native American (Ute) peyote button pouch. It is made of buckskin with a leather top flap. The pouch is decorated with red, blue, green and white beadwork.
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    • [between 1870 and 1890]
    • Vest

    • A Native American (Ute) beaded vest worn by Buckskin Charley. The vest is made of buckskin which is entirely covered with multicolor beadwork in designs of stylized American flags and geometric shapes on a white background. The interior of the vest...
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    • [between 1900 and 1930]
    • Shield

    • A Native American (Sioux? or Cheyenne?) ritual shield. It is made of yellow ochre rawhide and buckskin and has red strouding, eagle feathers and a wire handle. Images of a turtle, butterflies, lizard and a bird painted in green, black, red and...
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    • [between 1860 and 1870]
    • Brighton pioneers

    • These South Platte Valley pioneers, probably at the Hagus homestead in Brighton, Colorado, include men women, and children in sack suits, bowlers, puff shouldered blouses and jabot collars. They are identified as: back row, left to right, Nick...
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    • [between 1888 and 1891]
    • Leggings

    • A pair of buckskin leggings that belonged to Chipeta. They are decorated with geometric designs in multicolored beadwork.
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    • [between 1875 and 1915]
    • Moccasins

    • Shows a pair of Native American (Ute) men's moccasins. They are made of buckskin and have a rawhide sole, lacing and a thong. Embroidered on the top of the moccasins in red, white, orange, yellow blue, green, and light green translucent glass beads...
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    • [between 1880 and 1910]
    • The Isis Theatre

    • Architectural drawing shows basement plan for the Isis Theatre, 1722 Curtis Street in Denver, Colorado (demolished after 1953).
    • Roeschlaub, Robert Sawers, 1843-1923.
    • 1912 May 21
    • Saddle bag

    • A saddle bag (Native American Ute Indian) used by Chipeta who died in 1924. The saddle bag is made of buckskin cut into a rectangular shape. It has a canvas backing that is edged with brass studs, wool trim and fringe. It is decorated with zigzag,...
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    • [between 1875 and 1915]
    • Dye Coupler Print

    • A dye coupler print of Thunder Bear (Cheyenne) and a war insignia.
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    • 1912
    • Garfield school

    • Architectural drawing of Longfellow School at 13th (Thirteenth) and Welton Streets in Denver, Colorado.
    • Roeschlaub, Robert Sawers, 1843-1923.
    • 1882 February 11
    • The Isis Theatre

    • Architectural drawing shows longitudinal section of the Isis Theatre, 1722 Curtis Street in Denver, Colorado (demolished after 1953).
    • Roeschlaub, Robert Sawers, 1843-1923.
    • 1912 May 31
    • Pouch

    • A tanned leather pouch (Native American Ute) used by Chipeta. The pouch has multicolor lazy stitch beadwork in triangle, diamond and band designs, a flap, strap, thong, sinew and fringe at the bottom.
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    • [between 1875 and 1900]
    • Pouch

    • Shows a Native American (Ute) buckskin pouch. It features multi-color beadwork in floral patterns, a brass nail at the base, fringe and a strap.
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    • [between 1865 and 1875]
    • The Isis Theatre

    • Architectural drawing shows entrance and lobby for the Isis Theatre, 1722 Curtis Street in Denver, Colorado (demolished after 1953).
    • Roeschlaub, Robert Sawers, 1843-1923.
    • 1912 May 21
    • L'arrivee au camp (Arrival at the camp)

    • Framed lithograph shows prisoners attacked by guards with clubs and dogs at the World War II, Buchenwald concentration camp in Nazi Germany.
    • Mania, Pierre.
    • 1943
    • Dress

    • A wool dress (Native American Ute Indian) worn by Chipeta. The loose fitting dress has a cotton lining, binding, a round neck and a button closure at the back.
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    • [between 1880 and 1910]
    • East High School

    • Architectural drawing shows details of north and south pediments for East Denver High School at 19th (Nineteenth) and Stout Streets in Denver, Colorado.
    • Roeschlaub, Robert Sawers, 1843-1923.
    • 1888
    • Shirt

    • A front view of a Native American (Ute) buckskin shirt used by Chief Ouray. The shirt is decorated with maroon, yellow and dark blue beads on a white background (beads) and fringe.
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    • 1880
    • La petite morgue (The little morgue)

    • Framed lithograph shows a pile of emaciated, dead bodies inside the World War II, Buchenwald concentration camp, Nazi Germany.
    • Favier, Auguste.
    • 1945 April
    • Bag

    • Shows a Native American (Ute) leather bag that belonged to Chipeta, wife of Chief Ouray. The bag is decorated with blue, lavender, red, yellow, white, silver, pink, green and brown beadwork. The beadwork designs are of arrow, people, triangles,...
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    • [between 1903 and 1923]
    • La baignoire desinfection

    • Framed lithograph shows prisoners in a disinfecting bath inside the World War II, Buchenwald concentration camp, Nazi Germany.
    • Favier, Auguste.
    • 1943 December 16
    • Trinity Methodist Church

    • Architectural drawing of Trinity Methodist Church on 18th (Eighteenth) Avenue in Denver, Colorado.
    • Roeschlaub, Robert Sawers, 1843-1923.
    • 1887 August 3
    • Dress

    • A Native American (Ute) buckskin dress used by Lauriano-I-You, Ignacio's wife. The dress is cape-like and has fringe on the bottom and the sleeves. The upper bodice is painted yellow and decorated with blue, red and green beads.
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    • [between 1880 and 1910]
    • Le kommando de la merde (The shit commando)

    • Framed lithograph shows guards and prisoners behind a wire fence inside the World War II, Buchenwald concentration camp in Nazi Germany.
    • Favier, Auguste.
    • 1944

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