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Chief Red Cloud, Chief Dewey Beard, Chief Strong Talk 171 (NBY 430699)

Chief Red Cloud, Chief Dewey Beard, Chief Strong Talk 171 (NBY 430699)

Three windows on this postcard show Native American chiefs in their customary manner of dress.

Portrait of Captain Big Water of the Walapai Indians wrapped in a blanket, ca.1902 (CHS-3193)

Portrait of Captain Big Water of the Walapai Indians wrapped in a blan...

Portrait of Captain Big Water of the Walapai Indians wrapped in a blanket, ca.1902 Photograph of a portrait of Captain Big Water of the (Walapai) Hualapai Indians wrapped in a blanket, ca.1902. He can be seen f... More

Portrait of Captain Big Water of the Walapai Indians, ca.1902 (CHS-2323)

Portrait of Captain Big Water of the Walapai Indians, ca.1902 (CHS-232...

Portrait of Captain Big Water of the Walapai Indians, ca.1902 Photographic portrait of Captain Big Water of the Walapai Indians, ca.1902. He can be seen from the waist up turned towards the left. A boldly stri... More

Portrait of Captain Big Water of the Walapai Indians, ca.1902 (CHS-3186)

Portrait of Captain Big Water of the Walapai Indians, ca.1902 (CHS-318...

Portrait of Captain Big Water of the Walapai Indians, ca.1902 Photographic portrait of Captain Big Water of the Walapai Indians, ca.1902. He can be seen from the waist up turned towards the left. A boldly stri... More

Portrait of Captain Big Water of the Walapai Indians, ca.1902 (CHS-3194)

Portrait of Captain Big Water of the Walapai Indians, ca.1902 (CHS-319...

Portrait of Captain Big Water of the Walapai Indians, ca.1902 Photographic portrait of Captain Big Water of the Walapai Indians, ca.1902. He can be seen from the waist up in profile facing left. A boldly strip... More

"CUMMINS INDIAN CONGRESS & WILD WEST" "51 TRIBES" "CHIEF 49"- Badges of the United States detail, from- Chief Red Star - 2. (Cummin's Indian Congress and Wild West Show). (Taken during the 1904 World's Fair) (cropped)

"CUMMINS INDIAN CONGRESS & WILD WEST" "51 TRIBES" "CHIEF 49"- Badges o...

Title: Chief Red Star # 2. [Cummin's Indian Congress and Wild West Show]. (Taken during the 1904 World's Fair).

Chief Red Star - 1. (Cummin's Indian Congress and Wild West Show). (Taken during the 1904 World's Fair)

Chief Red Star - 1. (Cummin's Indian Congress and Wild West Show). (Ta...

Title: Chief Red Star # 1. [Cummin's Indian Congress and Wild West Show]. (Taken during the 1904 World's Fair).

Chief Red Star - 2. (Cummin's Indian Congress and Wild West Show). (Taken during the 1904 World's Fair)

Chief Red Star - 2. (Cummin's Indian Congress and Wild West Show). (Ta...

Title: Chief Red Star # 2. [Cummin's Indian Congress and Wild West Show]. (Taken during the 1904 World's Fair).

Chief Trucha -2. (Taken during the 1904 World's Fair)

Chief Trucha -2. (Taken during the 1904 World's Fair)

Title: Chief Trucha #2. (Taken during the 1904 World's Fair).

Smoke Shakenavoy, Oldest Indian, near Petoskey, Mich (NYPL b12647398-62044)

Smoke Shakenavoy, Oldest Indian, near Petoskey, Mich (NYPL b12647398-6...

Postcard series number: 494 1899-1901. 'Photochrom' replaced by Detroit Photographic Company. Vignetted style transitioned to rectangular image with space for message.

Arrowmaker, Indian (NYPL b12647398-63091)

Arrowmaker, Indian (NYPL b12647398-63091)

Postcard series number: 6877 1902-1903. Transitioned to full-size illustration, when postal regulations permitted address and message together on reverse.

A Proud Mother (NYPL b12647398-63094)

A Proud Mother (NYPL b12647398-63094)

* Postcard series number: 6880 1902-1903. Transitioned to full-size illustration, when postal regulations permitted address and message together on reverse.

Die Gartenlaube (1874) b 755

Die Gartenlaube (1874) b 755

Bild aus Seite 755 in "Die Gartenlaube". Image from page 755 of journal Die Gartenlaube, 1874. Deutsch: Bildunterschrift: „Mitglieder der Indianer-Deputation in Washington. Nach einer Photographie von Alexand... More

Little Coyote and Morning Star

Little Coyote and Morning Star

Little Coyote and Morning Star

Franklin Gritts painting Sequoyah

Franklin Gritts painting Sequoyah

Franklin Gritts painting Sequoyah. Photograph of the Cherokee artist, Franklin Gritts, painting an oil in 1941. He took this self-portrait photo for his own use. The oil may be one that he painted for Haske... More

Alexander McGillivray

Alexander McGillivray

This portrait of Alexander McGillivray, or Hopothle Mico (1750–1793), is contained in a silver locket.

JoséMiguelPecosZu-wa-ng1902AmAnthrop1904

JoséMiguelPecosZu-wa-ng1902AmAnthrop1904

José Miguel Pecos (Zu-wa-ng) 1902. Native of the Pueblo of Pecos.

Bad.Wound.Sioux.1899.ws

Bad.Wound.Sioux.1899.ws

Bad Wound (Sioux), half-length portrait, facing left, wearing war bonnet.

Barboncito

Barboncito

Deutsch: Navajo Kriegs-Häuptling Barboncito English: Navajo War Chief Barboncito Español: Líder guerrero navajo Barboncito Diné bizaad: Diné binaatʼaanii Hastiin Dághaaʼ

Chief Barboncito

Chief Barboncito

Deutsch: Navajo Kriegs-Häuptling Barboncito English: Navajo War Chief Barboncito Español: Líder guerrero navajo Barboncito Diné bizaad: Diné binaatʼaanii Hastiin Dághaaʼ

Chief Crowfoot

Chief Crowfoot

Photographic portrait of Crowfoot, Head Chief of the Blackfoot

Tse-ne-gat son of the Paiute Chief Polk Utah Summer 1914 by Zane Grey

Tse-ne-gat son of the Paiute Chief Polk Utah Summer 1914 by Zane Grey

Tse-ne-gat_son_of_the_Paiute_Chief_Polk_Utah_Summer_1914_by_Zane_Grey

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