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Captain Lewis & Clark holding a council with the Indians

Martin Van Buren Papers: Series 3, Additional Correspondence, 1811-1853; Originals; 1835

A view of the Butte des Morts treaty ground with the arrival of the commissioners Gov. Lewis Cass and Col. McKenney in 1827 / / painted on the spot by J.O. Lewis ; Lehman & Duval Lithrs. Philada.

Martin Van Buren Papers: Series 3, Additional Correspondence, 1811-1853; Originals; 1841

Martin Van Buren Papers: Series 3, Additional Correspondence, 1811-1853; Originals; 1843

Council with friendly Nez Percés Indians held by Col. G. Wright U.S.A. August 4th 1858 near Fort Wallah Wallah, W.T. previous to march against hostile northern Indians.

Scenes and incidents of the Great Indian Council, at Medicine Lodge Creek, Kansas / from sketches by our special artist, Jas. E. Taylor.

Indian delegations at Washington--presentation to the president / From a photograph by A. Gardner, Washington, D.C.

Issue of clothing to the Comanche Indians at Timber Mountain Fork, Kansas ; The Great Medicine Lodge on Medicine Lodge Creek, near the council grounds, Kansas

Indian lodge at Medicine Creek, Kansas--scene of the late Indian peace council Council at Medicine Creek lodge with the Kiowa and Comanche Indians / / sketched by J. Howland.

Keokuk Jr. and his son Charles

[Cherokee payments(?). Several men seated around table counting coins; large group of Native Americans stand in background]

Let us have peace / drawn by C.S. Reinhart.

Latest from the front--our friends the mosquitos preparing and off for the summer campaign / / F.S. Church. An old melody revived / W.H. Shelton

Little Sammy and his Indian protégé / C.S.R.

Conquering the Indians / Chicago Eng. Co.

An Indian agency - distributing rations

[Composite of four scenes related to Indian relations with the U.S. government]

An Experiment worth trying / / Th. Nast. Inflation bridge of (sighs) size / Geo. Colt

End of the Nez Percés War--surrender of Chief Joseph

Montana - the Nez Perces War - Incidents in the defeat and capture of Chief Joseph by General Nelson A. Miles / from sketches by G.M. Holland.

The new Indian war Now, no sarcastic innuendoes, but let us have a square fight / / Th. Nast.

Making white men "good" / Th. Nast.

America for the Red Man. The most practical way of solving the Indian question / / Th. Nast. Father Winter placing obstructions on the track / Bellew

Repeating rifles. Savage Ute:--"We want no improvements but this! / Bisbee.

The (Indians) Interior Department coming to its senses ; We are strong in conceit / Th. Nast.

Taking the census at Standing Rock Agency - South Dakota

Comanche (and Kiowa?) delegation, ca. 1880-1899

Loafers and laborers. Uncle Sam--(At the end of his patience and his territory) "Now, durn your pesky copper skins, you've got to work or jump!"

Nez Perce delegates with Benjamin Beveridge (left, standing), owner of Washington House (or Indian house) / C.M. Bell.

Washington, D.C. - photographing an Indian delegation, in [C.M.] Bell's studio, for the government / from a sketch by A.B. Shults.

Our Indian policy--a house of cards / J. Keppler.

A Soldier's lot is not a happy one / Th. Nast.

Winter life on the plains

Ration day at Standing Rock Ag[enc]y / drawn by H.F. Farny.

The nation's ward / Hamilton.

Council between General Crook and Geronimo

[Scene in Geronimo's camp...before surrender to General Crook, March 27, 1886: group of 18 men, women and children]

The condition of affairs in Indian Territory and California. A report

U.S. commissioners and delegations of Sioux chiefs visiting Washington, October 13, 1888

The delegation of Sioux chiefs to ratify the sale of lands in South Dakota to the U.S. government, December, 1889 / photographed and copyrighted by C.M. Bell, Washington, D.C.

The Sioux chiefs before Secretary Noble / Drawn by T. De Thulstrup.

[Line of Apache men, women, and children outside agency building on issue day, San Carlos, Arizona]

Major Hugh Scott, Military Governor of the Sulu Archipelago, Philippines, Sultan Jamalul Kiram II, interpreter Charles Schuck, and local government officials and hadjis, dressed to call on Governor General Luke Edward Wright

Geronimo, the famous Apache warrior and five other Western Indian chiefs in inaugural parade, Washington, D.C., March 4, 1905

U.S. allotting surveyor and his interpreter making an American citizen of Chief American Horse, Oglala Sioux

[The Osage Council, with other Osage Indians, who came to Washington in connection with gas and mineral rights on the Osage Nation in Oklahoma. Commissioner of Indian Affairs Cato Sells, Assistant Commissioner E.B. Meritt and Superintendent of the Osage Nation J. George Wright are in foreground]

[Osage Indians with Senator J.W. Harreld and Rep. S.J. Montgomery at the White House when they called upon President Coolidge]

Martin Van Buren Papers: Series 7, Miscellany, 1814-1910; Corrected galley proof of the index to the Calendar of the Martin Van Buren Papers (1910)

U.S. Census taking--Wisconsin Indians

[Indian group at the White House]

"White Face Bear," "Chief Plenty Coos" and "Frost," Sioux and Crow chiefs arriving at White House to visit Pres. Harding

[Group of Osage Indians posed outside the White House]

Miss Ruth Muskrat, a Cherokee Indian, presents Mr. Coolidge with a copy of The Red Man in the United States, a survey of the present day American Indian

Committee of 100 on Indian Affaires

Group of Pueblo Indians photographed at the U.S. Capitol today. This is the first time since the Lincoln Administration that the Pueblo Indians have sent a delegation to Wash. They appeared before the Senate Lands Committee

Japanese relocation, California. A view of the quarters at Manzanar, California, a War Relocation Authority Center where evacuees of Japanese ancestry will spend the duration. Mount Whitney, highest peak in the United States, is in the background

The Indians of southern California in 1852; the B.D. Wilson report and a selection of contemporary comment

Poundmaker, Cree Nation

Tibetan monks from a monestary [sic] in New Jersey picket the United Nations / photo by Jack O'Brien.

Ganienkeh

Jimmy Carter-Signing of Executive Order to Improve Government Relations

Retired US Air Force (USAF) CHIEF MASTER Sergeant (CMSGT) Jim Lokovik, Deputy Executive and Director of Military and Government Relations spoke to military members at Buckley Air Force Base (AFB) Colorado

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA officials cut the ribbon to officially reactivate the Operations and Checkout Building's west door as entry to the crew exploration vehicle (CEV) environment. From left are Russell Romanella, director of the ISS Payload and Processing Directorate; Conrad Nagel, consultant for Space Florida; Jim Kennedy, director of KSC; Adrian Lafitte, director of government relations for Lockheed Martin; Mark Jager, program manager of Checkout, Assembly, Payloads Processing Services with Boeing; and Lynda Weatherman, with the Economic Development Commission. During the rest of the decade, KSC will transition from launching space shuttles to launching new vehicles in NASA’s Vision For Space Exploration. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-06pd2222

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - A ribbon-cutting at NASA's Kennedy Space Center officially reactivated the Operations and Checkout Building's west door as entry to the crew exploration vehicle environment. At the podium is Russell Romanella, who opened the ceremony. Romanella is director of the ISS Payload and Processing Directorate. Seated at right are Conrad Nagel, consultant for Space Florida; Jim Kennedy, director of KSC; Adrian Lafitte, director of government relations for Lockheed Martin; Mark Jager, program manager of Checkout, Assembly, Payloads Processing Services with Boeing; and Lynda Weatherman, with the Economic Development Commission. During the rest of the decade, KSC will transition from launching space shuttles to launching new vehicles in NASA’s Vision For Space Exploration. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-06pd2218

William Henry Harrison Papers: Series 1, General Correspondence, 1734-1939; 1813-1939, Sept

William Henry Harrison Papers: Series 5, Additions, 1793-1841; 2014 Addition; Letters written by Harrison, 1836-1839

William Henry Harrison Papers: Series 2, Letterbook, 1812-1813; 1812-1813

Martin Van Buren Papers: Series 2, General Correspondence, 1787-1868; 1787-1813

Martin Van Buren Papers: Series 7, Miscellany, 1814-1910; Typescripts of letters in Series 2, 1814-1845; 1814-1820

Martin Van Buren Papers: Series 7, Miscellany, 1814-1910; Typescript of autobiography; Volume 7

Martin Van Buren Papers: Series 7, Miscellany, 1814-1910; Typescript of autobiography; Volume 11

Martin Van Buren Papers: Series 7, Miscellany, 1814-1910; Typescript of autobiography; Volume 15

Martin Van Buren Papers: Series 7, Miscellany, 1814-1910; Typescript of autobiography; Volume 6

Martin Van Buren Papers: Series 7, Miscellany, 1814-1910; Typescript of autobiography; Volume 13

Martin Van Buren Papers: Series 2, General Correspondence, 1787-1868; 1815; 1815, June 15 - Dec. 31

Martin Van Buren Papers: Series 2, General Correspondence, 1787-1868; 1815; 1815, Jan. 1 - June 14

Martin Van Buren Papers: Series 3, Additional Correspondence, 1811-1853; Originals; 1817

William Henry Harrison Papers: Series 4, Printed Matter, 1815-1922; Subseries C, Newspaper Clippings and Other Printed Matter, 1818-1922; Military pay balance sheets, 1818

Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report from the secretary of war, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate, containing a list of the names of the several agents of Indian affairs,

Report of the secretary of war, of a system, providing for the abolition of the existing Indian trade establishments of the United States, and providing for the opening of the trade with the Indians to individuals, under suitable regulations. December 8, 1818

Philip Henry Sheridan Papers: Letterbooks, 1871-1888; Correspondence signed by aides and clerks; 1881, Sept. 15-1884, Oct. 25

Philip Henry Sheridan Papers: Book and Speech File, 1878-circa 1883; Memoirs, undated; Vol. 2; Chapter 13; 2 of 2

Martin Van Buren Papers: Series 7, Miscellany, 1814-1910; Typescripts of letters in Series 2, 1814-1845; 1825-1826

Philip Henry Sheridan Papers: Military Papers, 1853-1887; Orders; 1853-1867

Philip Henry Sheridan Papers: Miscellany, 1853-1896; Printed matter, 1855-1896, undated

Martin Van Buren Papers: Series 3, Additional Correspondence, 1811-1853; Originals; 1820

Philip Henry Sheridan Papers: General Correspondence, 1853-1888; 1877; Undated; 6 of 6

Martin Van Buren Papers: Series 1, Autobiography, 1854-1862; Notes; "History of the Bank"; Notes and memoranda re: Bank, miscellaneous historical memoranda

Philip Henry Sheridan Papers: Miscellany, 1853-1896; Commissions, 1853-1869

Philip Henry Sheridan Papers: General Correspondence, 1853-1888; 1874; Undated

Martin Van Buren Papers: Series 2, General Correspondence, 1787-1868; 1820; 1820, Jan. - June

Philip Henry Sheridan Papers: Letterbooks, 1871-1888; Correspondence signed by aides and clerks; 1877, Jan. 5-1881, Sept. 20 ; 1884, Mar. 28

Philip Henry Sheridan Papers: Book and Speech File, 1878-circa 1883; Memoirs, undated; Vol. 2; Chapter 17

Philip Henry Sheridan Papers: Military Papers, 1853-1887; Operations reports; Copies; Vol. 7; Various reports

Philip Henry Sheridan Papers: Letterbooks, 1871-1888; General correspondence; 1883, Nov. 1-1885, Sept. 8

Philip Henry Sheridan Papers: General Correspondence, 1853-1888; 1800s; Undated; 4 of 5

Martin Van Buren Papers: Series 7, Miscellany, 1814-1910; Typescript of autobiography; Volume 12

Philip Henry Sheridan Papers: Miscellany, 1853-1896; Contingent fund records; 1872-1873

Philip Henry Sheridan Papers: Letterbooks, 1871-1888; Correspondence signed by aides and clerks; 1871, Oct. 23-1876, Dec. 27