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MS 035 - North American Indian Photograph Collection

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Title: MS 035 - North American Indian Photograph Collection, 1873-1935Add to your cart.

Extent: 3.0 Boxes

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This collection consists of images of North American Native American Indians by various photographers, with images arranged by photographer.

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Repository: Harold McCracken Research Library

Access Restrictions: McCracken Library staff may determine use restrictions dependent on the physical condition of manuscript materials. Restrictions may exist on reproduction, quotation or publication. Contact McCracken Research Library for more information.

Preferred Citation: North American Indian Photograph Collection, MS 35, McCracken Research Library, Buffalo Bill Center of the West


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Series 1: Oversize (20x24), 1891-1926Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P.35.0 Camp with tipis, wagons, and animals near Pine Ridge.  On item, “’The Great Hostle Camp,’ Largest Indian Camp in the world, near Pine Ridge, S.D. Jan. 16, 1891. Photo. And copyright 1891 by Grabill, 1891, Deadwood, S.D.”  Photographer: John C. H. Grabill., Jan 16, 1891Add to your cart.
Item 2: P.35.1 Several Sioux people wrapped in blankets with tipis in background.  On item, “’What’s Left of Big Foot’s Band’ at Hostle Indian Camp. Jan.16, ’91. Photo and copyright ’91 by Grabill, Deadwood. S.D.”  Photographer: John C. H. Grabill., Jan 16, 1891Add to your cart.
Item 3: P.35.2 Sioux man on horse and four Sioux people and two children next to tipi.  On item, “’A Pretty Group at an Indian Tent.’ Jack Redcloud brings the news of surrender and end of war to his lady friends. Photo and copyright ’91 by Grabill, Deadwood, S.D.”  Photographer: John C. H. Grabill., 1891Add to your cart.
Item 4: P.35.3 Crow Dog and family wrapped in blankets in front of tipi.  On item, “’Crow Dog and Family at Home.’ Taken in hostile Indian Camp, Jan. 16, ’91, near Pine Ridge, S.D. Photo and copyright ’91 by Grabill, Deadwood, S. D.”  Photographer: John C. H. Grabill., Jan 16, 1891Add to your cart.
Item 5: P.35.4 Ten Sioux men in front of tipis.  On item, “Indian Chiefs Who counciled with Gen. Miles and setteled the Indian War. 1 Standing Bull, 2 Bear who looks back running,3 Has the Big white horse. 4 White Tail, 5 Liver Bear, 6 Little Thunder, 7 Bull Dog, 8 High Hawk, 9 Lame, 10 Eagle Pipe. Photo and copyright by Grabill, ’91, Deadwood, S.D.”.  Photographer: John C. H. Grabill., 1891Add to your cart.
Item 6: P.35.5 Ten Sioux men wrapped in blankets in front of tipi.  On item, “Indian Chiefs Who counciled with Gen. Miles and setteled the Indian War. 1 Standing Bull, 2 Bear who looks back running,3 Has the Big white horse. 4 White Tail, 5 Liver Bear, 6 Little Thunder, 7 Bull Dog, 8 High Hawk, 9 Lame, 10 Eagle Pipe. Photo and copyright by Grabill, ’91, Deadwood, S.D.”  Photographer: John C. H. Grabill., 1891Add to your cart.
Item 7: P.35.6 Chief Rocky Bear standing next to Frank Granard on horse with tipis in background.  On item, “’Chief Rocky Bear’s Home’ Frank Granard, chief of U.S. Scouts on horse at Rocky Bear’s Home. Photo and copyright by Grabill, ’91, Deadwood, S.D.”  Photographer: John C. H. Grabill., 1891Add to your cart.
Item 8: P.35.7 Several Sioux and non-Indian men in front of tipis.  On item, “Indian Chiefs and U.S. Officials, 1 Two Strike, 2Crow Dog, 3 Short Bull, 4 High Hawk, 5 Two Lance, 6 Kicking Bear, 7 Good Voice, 8 Thunder Hawk, 9 Rocky Bear, 10 Young man afraid of his horse, 11 American Horse, 12 W.F. Cody (Buffalo Bill) 13 Maj. J.M. Burk, 14 J.C. Craiger, 15 J. McDonald, 16 J.G.Worth, Taken at Pine Ridge Jan.16, ’91. Photo and copyright by Grabill, 1891, Deadwood, S.D.”  Photographer: John C. H. Grabill., January 16, 1891Add to your cart.
Item 9: P.35.8.1 Several military men with three Hotchkiss guns and tents in background.  On item, “Famous Battery ‘E’ of 1st Artillery. These brave men and the Hotchkisss gun that Big Foot’s Indians thought were toys, Together with the fighting 7th what’s Left of Gen. Custer’s boys, Sent 200 Indians to that Heaven which the ghost dancer enjoys. This checked the Indian noise And Gen. Miles with staff Returned to Illinois, Photo and copyright by Grabill, ’91 Deadwood. S.D.”  Photographer: John C. H. Grabill., 1891Add to your cart.
Item 10: P.35.8.2 Several military men with three Hotchkiss guns and tents in background.  On item, “Famous Battery ‘E’ of 1st Artillery. These brave men and the Hotchkiss gun that Big Foot’s Indians thought were toys, Together with the fighting 7th what’s Left of Gen. Custer’s boys, Sent 200 Indians to that Heaven which the ghost dancer enjoys. This checked the Indian noise And Gen. Miles with staff Returned to Illinois, Photo and copyright by Grabill, ’91 Deadwood. S.D.”  Photographer: John C. H. Grabill., 1891Add to your cart.
Item 11: P.35.9 Several military men in uniform.  On item, “’Officers of the Fighting 7th,’ at Pine Ridge, S.D., Jan. ’91. by the Grabill P. & V. Co., Deadwood, S.D.”  Photographer: John C. H. Grabill., 1891Add to your cart.
Item 12: P.35.10.1 Non-Indian men on horses in foreground with Sioux camp in background.  On item, “Gen. Miles and staff. Viewing the largest hostile Indian Camp in the U.S., near Pine Ridge, S.Dak, Jan.16, 1891. Photo. And copyright by Grabill, 1891, Deadwood, S.D.”  Photographer: John C. H. Grabill., January 16, 1891Add to your cart.
Item 13: P.35.10.2 Non-Indian men on horses in foreground with Sioux camp in background.  On item, “Gen. Miles and staff. Viewing the largest hostile Indian Camp in the U.S., near Pine Ridge, S.Dak, Jan.16, 1891. Photo. And copyright by Grabill, 1891, Deadwood, S.D.”  Photographer: John C. H. Grabill., January 16, 1891Add to your cart.
Item 14: P.35.11 Captain Taylor and many Sioux men on horses with tipis in background.  On item, “’Capt. Taylor and 70 Indian Scouts’ at hostile camp, ‘Young Man Afraid of His Horse,’ Camp in back ground. Photo and copyright ’91 by Grabill, Deadwood, S.D.”  Photographer: John C. H. Grabill., 1891Add to your cart.
Item 15: P.35.12.1 Several Native Americans wrapped in blankets on ground with tipis, horses, and wagons in background.  On item, “’Indian Council in Hostile Camp.’ The great council among chiefs and leaders which settled the Indian war. Photo and copyright ’91 by Grabill, Deadwood, S.D.”  Photographer: John C. H. Grabill., 1891Add to your cart.
Item 16: P.35.12.2 Several Native Americans wrapped in blankets on ground with tipis, horses, and wagons in background.  On item, “’Indian Council in Hostile Camp.’ The great council among chiefs and leaders which settled the Indian war. Photo and copyright ’91 by Grabill, Deadwood, S.D.”  Photographer: John C. H. Grabill., 1891Add to your cart.
Item 17: P.35.13 Military men in formation near Pine Ridge with tents in background.  On item, “’Grand review’, U.S. Troops after surrender of Indians at Pine Ridge Agency, S.D. Photo and copyright ’91 by the Grabill, P. & V. Co. Deadwood, S.D.”  Photographer: John C. H. Grabill., 1891Add to your cart.
Item 18: P.35.14 Military men and tents in camp near Pine Ridge.  On item, “’Gen. Brook’s Camp,’ Camp near Pine Ridge, S.D., Jan.17, ’91. Photo and copyright ’91 by Grabill, Deadwood, S.D.”  Photographer: John C. H. Grabill., January 17, 1891Add to your cart.
Item 19: P.35.15 Many Sioux people on horses and wagons at Pine Ridge.  On item, “Beef issue to Indians at Pine Ridge, S.D. First issue after Indian war. Copyright 1891 by The Grabill P.& V. Co. Deadwood, S.D.”  Photographer: John C. H. Grabill., 1891Add to your cart.
Item 20: P.35.16 Sioux people with horses and wagons skinning beef.  On item, “’Indians Skinning Beef’ Beef issue day at Pine Ridge, S.D. Photo and copyright 1891, by the Grabill, P.&V. Co., Deadwood, S.D.”  Photographer: John C. H. Grabill., 1891Add to your cart.
Item 21: P.35.17.1 Sioux camp in foreground with U.S. school in Pine Ridge in background.  On item, “’U.S. School for Indians,, Pine Ridge, S.D.’ Photo and copyright 1891 by Grabill Deadwood, S.D.”  Photographer: John C. H. Grabill., 1891Add to your cart.
Item 22: P.35.17.2 Sioux camp in foreground with U.S. school in Pine Ridge in background.  On item, “’U.S. School for Indians,, Pine Ridge, S.D.’ Photo and copyright 1891 by Grabill Deadwood, S.D.”  Photographer: John C. H. Grabill., 1891Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P.35.41 Several non-Indian people on porch of house.  Photographer: A.M. Tho, Central City, Colo.Add to your cart.
Item 2: P.35.42 Several Native American people sitting under tree. Horses in tent/barn in background.</font></span>Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P.35.64 Native American man wearing headdress and traditional regalia.  On item, “Max Big Man, Chief XXXX.”  Photographer: Thomas Stewart, Philadelphia.Add to your cart.
Item 2: P.35.65 Native American man wearing headdress.  On item, “Chief Joseph, Leader of the Nez Perce.”  Photo copy by Jack Richard, Cody, Wyoming.Add to your cart.
Item 3: P.35.66 Native American women holding staff wearing dentalia and cowrie shells with dog pulling travois.Add to your cart.
Item 4: P.35.67 Native American women wearing dress in front of painted tipi.Add to your cart.
Item 5: P.35.68 Buck Taylor wearing buckskin clothing.  On item, “Buck Taylor.”Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P.35.87 Four Native Americans wearing headdresses and two non-Indians.Add to your cart.
Item 2: P.35.88 Native American couple with baby.  Aac, Detroit Photographic Company.Add to your cart.
Item 3: P.35.89 Four Native American children wearing traditional regalia.  On item, “Utes, Group of children, Copyright 1899 by Detroit Photographic Co.”Add to your cart.
Item 4: P.35.90 Native American couple.  On item, “Utes, (Southern), Pee Viggi and Squaw.”  Detroit Photographic Co.  1899.Add to your cart.
Item 5: P.35.91 Three men wearing partly Native American attire holding bows.  On item, “Apaches, Chief Garfield, Pouche De Foya, and Sanches.”  Detroit Photographic Co.  1899.Add to your cart.
Item 6: P.35.92 Three Crow men with buffalo skull on ground.  On item, “’The Oath’ Crow, These 3 Crow Indians are – Coyote Runs – Plain Bull -  and Plenty Coups with buffalo skull mentioned in Frank Lindermans ‘American’ – A gold tone of this photo is in Bob Scribers museum in Browning, Montana. Ralph Andres ‘Curtiss  - Western Indians’ says this is ‘Slow Bull Taking Oath’ – Ogallala Sioux.”  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
Item 7: P.35.93 Caucasian family next to log house in trees.  On item, “Frederick Schierbrand”Add to your cart.
Item 8: P.35.94 Four Caucasian people sitting in tent with horses.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P.35.175 Missouri River flooding railway in Kansas City.  On item, “Flood in Kansas City, Mo. 1903.”  Photographers: Williams & Thomas.  1903.  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
Item 2: P.35.176 Missouri River flooding railways and buildings in Kansas City.  On item, “Flood in Kansas City, Mo. 1903.”  Photographers: Williams & Thomas.  1903.Add to your cart.
Item 3: P.35.177 Missouri River flooding buildings and railway in Kansas City.  On item, “Flood in Kansas City, Mo. 1903.”  Photographers: Williams & Thomas.  1903.Add to your cart.
Item 4: P.35.178 Missouri River flooding buildings in Kansas City.  On item, “Flood in Kansas City, 1903.”  Photographers: Williams & Thomas.  1903.Add to your cart.
Item 5: P.35.179 City of Deadwood, South Dakota from top of hill.  On item, “Deadwood, South Dakota.”  Aac, Detroit Photographic Company.  1900.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P.35.191 Native American woman wearing dentalia and cowrie shell dress holding staff next to dog with travois.Add to your cart.
Item 2: P.35.192 Several Native Americans and non-Indians sitting near tipis.Add to your cart.
Item 3: P.35.221 Ten Native American chiefs.  On item, “No. 3525, Indian Chiefs, Who counciled with Gen. Miles and settled the Indian War.  1. Standing Bull.  2. Bear who looks back running.  3. Has the Big white horse.  4. White Tail.  5. Liver Bear.  6. Little Thunder.  7. Bull Dog.  8. High Hawk.  9. Lame.  10. Eagle Pipe.  Photo and copyright by Grabill, ’91.  J.H. Grabill, Portraits and views of the World, 113 Adams Street, Opposite Post Office, Chicago.”.  Photographer, J.H. Grabill.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P.69.1107 Native American couple wearing traditional regalia.  On item, “Photo taken in Sioux City, IA., March 16, 1914.”  Photographer: A.J. Viken, Manhasset, N.Y.  1914 March 16.Add to your cart.
Item 2: P.69.1246 Young Hawk, Red Tomahawk, Shoots Walking, and Little Moon wearing traditional regalia with headdresses.  On item, “Young Hawk, Red Tomahawk, Shoots Walking, Little Moon, Survivors of Sitting Bull’s Band who were in Custer Fight, June 25, 1876. Taken June 25, 1926. Red Tomahawk killed Sitting Bull when the Indian police were sent to arrest . . .”  Photographer: Elsa Spear Edwards, Sheridan, Wyoming.Add to your cart.
Item 3: P.69.1247 Group of Cheyenne men who were survivors of ‘Custer Fight.’  On item, “Wolf Name, Hollow Wood, Big Beaver, Laban Little Wolf, Black Gun, Bob Tailed Horse, Gun Bear, John Two Moons, Limpy, Big Nose, Kills Night, Powder Face, Just Walk, Pine, Beaver Heart. The father of John Two Moons and Laban Little Wolf were leaders of the Cheyennes, Cheyenne Survivors of Custer Fight, 6-25-1926.”Add to your cart.
Item 4: P.69.1254 Several Native American men playing arrow throwing game.Add to your cart.
Item 5: P.69.1888 Group of Indian and non-Indian men.  On item, “Yellow Boy, High Voice Hawk, Alexander, Long Soldier, Little Bull.”  Photographer: Eggert, Hastings, Neb.Add to your cart.
Item 6: P.69.2120 Three horses tied to tree outside tipi.Add to your cart.
Item 7: P.69.2121 Tipis in camp next to river.Add to your cart.
Series 2: Oversize (15x19), undatedAdd to your cart.
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Item 1: P.69.1253 Native Americans on horses in river near waterfall.Add to your cart.
Item 2: P.35.43 Piegan tipis among trees on the river.  On item, “Up the Cutbank, Piegan.”  Photographer: Roland W. ReedAdd to your cart.
Item 3: P.35.44 Two Ojibwa men in canoe. One rowing while the other aims his arrow.  On item, “The Hunters, Ojibwa.”  Photographer: Roland W. Reed.Add to your cart.
Item 4: P.35.45 Six Piegan men on horses in mountains.  On item, “The Pass Finders, Piegan.”  Photographer: Roland W. Reed.Add to your cart.
Item 5: P.35.69 Native American man wearing military clothing and a medallion that says, “Mountain Chief.”  On item, “Mountain Chief, Ni-ne st-ar-ko.”Add to your cart.
Item 6: P.35.70 Every Wind wrapped in blanket.  On item, “Every Wind, Ojibwa.”  Photographer: Roland Reed.Add to your cart.
Item 7: P.35.71 Geronimo wearing headdress, buckskin shirt and holding pistol.  On item, “Windy Drum, Waco, Texas.”Add to your cart.
Item 8: P.35.95 Native American man and woman beside river.  On item, “Meditation, Piegan.”  Photographer: Roland Reed.Add to your cart.
Item 9: P.35.96 Native American man and woman beside river.  On item, “The Wooing, Ojibwa.”  Photographer: Roland Reed.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P.35.128 Hand tinted photograph of Native American man in feather headdress.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P.35.129 Hand tinted photograph of Geronimo along with newspaper article titled “The Warrior They Won’t Let Rest”Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P.35.130 Hand tinted photograph of Native American man with two feathers in hair.Add to your cart.
Series 3: Letter Size (8.5x11), 1868-1935Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P.35.18 P 35.18.  Native Americans in tipi with hand drums.  Gift of Richard Pohrt.Add to your cart.
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Folder 2: P.35.19 P 35.19.  Headdress and shield on tri-pod with tipis in background.  Gift of Richard Pohrt.Add to your cart.
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Item 3: P.35.20 Native American working on tipi cover.  Gift of Richard Pohrt.Add to your cart.
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Item 4: P 35.21.  Native Americans working on staked out hides.  Gift of Richard Pohrt.Add to your cart.
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Item 5: P 35.22.  Native Americans sitting on ground next to tipis. One man on horse next to them.  Gift of Richard Pohrt.Add to your cart.
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Item 6: P 35.23.  Native Americans with horses and tipis.  Gift of Richard Pohrt.Add to your cart.
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Folder 7: P 35.24.  Native Americans with horses and tipis.  Gift of Richard Pohrt.Add to your cart.
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Item 8: P 35.25.  Native Americans next to tipi. Some with hand drums.  Gift of Richard Pohrt.Add to your cart.
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Folder 9: P 35.26.  Native American men walking in front of tipis.  Gift of Richard Pohrt.Add to your cart.
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Item 10: P 35.27.  Native American men walking in front of tipis.  Gift of Richard Pohrt.Add to your cart.
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Folder 11: P 35.28.  Buffalo painted on tipi. Wagons and tipis in background.  Gift of Richard Pohrt.Add to your cart.
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Item 12: P 35.29.  Animals (otters?) painted on tipi.  Gift of Richard Pohrt.Add to your cart.
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Item 13: P 35.30.  Buffalo painted on tipi.  Gift of Richard Pohrt.Add to your cart.
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Item 14: P 35.31.  Person painted on tipi.  Gift of Richard Pohrt.Add to your cart.
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Item 15: P 35.32.  Two painted tipis both with headdresses on tri-pods next to them.  Gift of Richard Pohrt.Add to your cart.
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Item 16: P 35.33.  Several tipis with a few that are painted.  Gift of Richard Pohrt.Add to your cart.
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Item 17: P 35.34.  Several tipis with a few that are painted.  Gift of Richard Pohrt.Add to your cart.
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Item 18: P 35.35.  Several tipis with mountains in background.  Gift of Richard Pohrt.Add to your cart.
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Item 19: P 35.36.  Several painted tipis.  Gift of Richard Pohrt.Add to your cart.
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Item 20: P 35.37.  Several tipis with person in foreground.  Gift of Richard Pohrt.Add to your cart.
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Item 21: P 35.38.  Native American man working with horses and wagons.  Written on item “Educated Indian” and “Brownie Newton”Add to your cart.
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Item 22: P 35.39.  Sitting Bull And Major McLaughlin At Standing Rock.  Written on item, “Sitting Bull and Major James McLaughlin at Standing Rock.  Sitting Bull & Major McLaughlin, Joe Princeau? leaning on post.”Add to your cart.
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Item 23: P 35.40.  Men on horses next to lookout tower.  Photographer: Chas.? P. Hibbard [ Indians In Whitemen’s Clothes On Horseback ]Add to your cart.
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Item 24: P 35.47.  Native American woman inside tipi. Parfleche bags beside her.  Gift of Richard Pohrt.Add to your cart.
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Item 25: P 35.48.  Native American woman softening hide on rope.  Gift of Richard Pohrt.Add to your cart.
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Item 26: P 35.49.  Native Americans in sweat lodge.  Gift of Richard Pohrt.Add to your cart.
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Item 27: P 35.50.  Native American next to dog pulling travois.  Gift of Richard Pohrt.Add to your cart.
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Item 28: P 35.51.  Native American woman wearing skirt.  [ Indian Woman ]Add to your cart.
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Item 29: P 35.52.  Geronimo with hand on pistol in belt.  On item, “Geronimo, Chief of the notorious band of Arizona Apache Indian, Photo by Ed Irwin. 1897.”  Photographer: Ed Irwin., 1897Add to your cart.
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Item 30: P 35.53.  Chief Joseph:  On item, “Joseph, Nez Perce Indian Chief, captured by Gen. Miles, Bear Paw Mountains, Montana, 1877.”  Photographer: N.H. Rose, San Antonio, Texas., 1877Add to your cart.
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Item 31: P 35.54.  Native American man in traditional regalia.  On item, “Indian Chief.”  Photographer: C. Seaver, Jr., Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.  Stereograph card., 1873Add to your cart.
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Item 32: P 35.55.  Native American man wearing peace medal sitting in chair.Add to your cart.
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Item 33: P 35.56.  Native American man wearing breast plate over non-Indian shirt.Add to your cart.
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Item 34: P 35.57.  Native American man wearing headdress and traditional regalia  [ Indian Chief ]Add to your cart.
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Item 35: P 35.58.  Umatilla Indian wrapped in blanket.  Written on item “Umatilla Indian:  Tennery And Wheeler, Pendleton, Oregon”Add to your cart.
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Item 36: P 35.59.  Chief Black Bear wearing headdress and traditional regalia holding pipe.  On item, “Black Bear, Chief, Copyright 1899 by Hoyn. Photo Omaha.”  Photographer: Heyn, Omaha, Neb.  1899.Add to your cart.
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Item 37: P 35.60.  Native American man wearing headdress and full traditional regalia holding shield.Add to your cart.
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Item 38: P 35.61.  Native American man wearing full traditional regalia.Add to your cart.
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Item 39: P 35.62.  Her Good Road wearing elk tooth dress.  On item, “Her Good Road, Ogallala Sioux, Copyright 1899 by Heyn Photo, Omaha.”  Photographer: Heyn, Omaha, Neb., 1899Add to your cart.
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Item 40: P 35.63.1.  Native American man wearing headdress and beaded vest.  On item, “Alleged to be Crazy Horse.”Add to your cart.
Item 41: P 35.63.2.  Native American man wearing headdress and beaded vest.  On item, “Crazy Horse (Alleged).”Add to your cart.
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Item 42: P 35.63.3.  Native American woman and man in traditional regalia.  On item, “Crazy Horse and Squaw. Bell Photo.”  Photographer: Bell.Add to your cart.
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Item 43: P 35.72.  Native American couple in front of painted tipi.  Gift of Richard Pohrt.Add to your cart.
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Item 44: P 35.73.  Native Americans next to painted tipis.  Gift of Richard Pohrt.Add to your cart.
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Item 45: P 35.74.  Three Native American men inside tipi with headdresses hanging on backrests.  Gift of Richard Pohrt.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.75.  Native American women in front of painted tipi.  Gift of Richard Pohrt.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.76.  Native American couple working on tipi cover.  Gift of Richard Pohrt.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.77.  Three Native American women wearing non-native clothes. One holding baby.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.78.  Native American couple wearing traditional regalia.  On item, “Chief One Bear and his wife. Their son, Sam, was interpreter for Buffalo Bill Cody for 14 years.”Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.79.  Four Pawnee men wearing partly traditional regalia and partly non-Indian clothing.  On item, “Pawnee Scouts ’69. North Bros. Boys.”  Photographer: L.H. North.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.80.  Three Native American men wearing non-Indian clothing and non-Indian man wearing buckskin clothing.  [Seated: Red Cloud and Bat Garnier; Standing: Big Bear (?) and Jack Red Cloud (?)].Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.81.  Four Crow people next to tipi.  On item, “Crow Indians.” And “1894, this picture belongs to Brownie Newton”.  Photographer: W. Baith, Red Lodge, Mont., 1894Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.82.  Three Cheyenne women looking in window with Two Moons behind them.  On item, “Two Moons, Cheyenne. Photo taken in front of Sam O’Connell General Store, Lame Deer, Montana 1900.”  Gift of Harry Kennedy., 1900Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.83.  Native American man holding hands with non-Indian woman.  On item, “Chief Hailstorm & wife. Taken in Cologne, Germany in early 1922.”, 1922Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P.35.84.  Native American man holding hands with non-Indian woman.  On item, “Chief Hailstorm & wife. Taken in Cologne, Germany in early 1922.”  Hand tinted photograph., 1922Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.85.  Group of Native Americans and non-Indians.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.86.  Chief Big John and family next to tipis.  On item, “Chief Big John & family. 1896. Donated by Ed Ocker, Shandaken, N.Y. March 1984.”, 1896Add to your cart.
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Sub-Series 1: Ft. Belknap Indian Reservation, Harlem, Montana. Album pages.Add to your cart.
Item 1: P.35.97.  J.W. Elliott, his wife, and daughter, Jo Ann beside lodge.  On item, “Supt. J.W. Mrs. and Jo Ann Elliott.”, 1934 December – [1935] NovemberAdd to your cart.
Item 2: P.35.98.  Chief Bill Berry in traditional regalia and J.W. Elliott.  On item, “Chief Bill Berry and Supt. Elliott, Assiniboine.”, 1934 December – [1935] November.Add to your cart.
Item 3: P.35.99.  Ira Talks Different with lodge in background.  On item, “Ira Talks Different, Gros Ventre (Fullblood).” [Photograph is actually John Talks Different, a full blood Assiniboine from Lodge Pole, MT.  ID on photo corrected per his grandson Mike Talks Different], 1934 December – [1935] November.Add to your cart.
Item 4: P.35.100.  Dick Clark, Bob, and Nick.  On item, “Dick Clark,  ‘Diekie’, Bob, Nick- A quarter Cheyenne.”, 1934 December – [1935] November.Add to your cart.
Item 5: P.35.101.  Old Returning Hunter.  On item, “’Old returning Hunter’ known as ‘The Little Red Man.’ He as well as everything he owned always painted red.”, 1934 December – [1935] NovemberAdd to your cart.
Item 6: P.35.102.  John Longknife with many people in background.  On item, “John Longknife, Assiniboine (Fullblood).”, 1934 December – [1935] NovemberAdd to your cart.
Item 7: P.35.103.  Men on horses carrying materials to build Sundance lodge., 1934 December – [1935] NovemberAdd to your cart.
Item 8: P.35.104.  Men on horses carrying materials to build Sundance lodge., 1934 December – [1935] NovemberAdd to your cart.
Item 9: P.35.105.  Men erecting Sundance lodge.  On item, “The beginning of a three day ‘Sun Dance’ July 3,4,5 1935. Showing the ceremonial erection of the Sun Dance Pole and Lodge, an ancestral custom and form of worship handed down for generations.”, 1934 December – [1935] NovemberAdd to your cart.
Item 10: P.35.106.  Men finishing Sundance lodge.  On item, “Everybody helps as it nears completion.”, 1934 December – [1935] NovemberAdd to your cart.
Item 11: P.35.107.  People standing next to completed Sundance lodge.  On item, “Finished and ready for the three day ‘marathon.’”, 1934 December – [1935] NovemberAdd to your cart.
Item 12: P.35.108.  Tipi on the prairie.  On item, “A Gros Ventre Tepee.”, 1934 December – [1935] NovemberAdd to your cart.
Item 13: P.35.109.  Chief Bill Berry in Sundance lodge.  On item, “Chief Berry poses during a chant. Nowadays known as an M.C., Master of Ceremonies.”, 1934 December – [1935] NovemberAdd to your cart.
Item 14: P.35.110.  Men on interior of Sundance lodge.  On item, “Interior of Sun Dance Lodge – Note concentrated gaze on sun pole as warriors appeal to their God in Native tongue.”, 1934 December – [1935] NovemberAdd to your cart.
Item 15: P.35.111.  Men on interior of Sundance lodge.  On item, “Pole decorations all have a meaning.”, 1934 December – [1935] NovemberAdd to your cart.
Item 16: P.35.112.  Men inside Sundance lodge.  On item, “These snaps were taken only after ‘First Chief’ had granted his permission-No photographs had ever been taken of an interior before. He was bribed by a picture of himself in full regalia.”, 1934 December – [1935] NovemberAdd to your cart.
Item 17: P.35.113.  Men inside Sundance lodge.  On item, “These snaps were taken only after ‘First Chief’ had granted his permission-No photographs had ever been taken of an interior before. He was bribed by a picture of himself in full regalia.”, 1934 December – [1935] NovemberAdd to your cart.
Item 18: P.35.114.  Men inside Sundance lodge.  On item, “Singers or ‘Chanters’.”, 1934 December – [1935] NovemberAdd to your cart.
Item 19: P.35.115.  Men inside Sundance lodge.  On item, “Singers.”, .”  1934 December – [1935] NovemberAdd to your cart.
Item 20: P.35.116.  People outside Sundance lodge.  On item, “After two days in the ‘Lodge’ they move outside. The dance becomes public and the ‘young bucks’ kick up their heels.”, 1934 December – [1935] NovemberAdd to your cart.
Item 21: P.35.117.  People outside Sundance lodge.  On item, “After two days in the ‘Lodge’ they move outside. The dance becomes public and the ‘young bucks’ kick up their heels.”, 1934 December – [1935] NovemberAdd to your cart.
Item 22: P.35.118.  People outside Sundance lodge.  On item, “Returning Hunter at 75 still participated.”, 1934 December – [1935] NovemberAdd to your cart.
Item 23: P.35.119.  J.W. Elliot dancing.  On item, “Elliott tries his skill.”, 1934 December – [1935] NovemberAdd to your cart.
Item 24: P.35.120.  People dancing outside Sundance lodge.  On item, “Even I got roped in.”, 1934 December – [1935] NovemberAdd to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.121.  Cree woman carrying child and holding horse’s lead rope while pulling travois. Cree man behind travois. Tipis in background.  On item, “Cree Indians, Son of a Snake Indian mother and baby.”  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.122.  Two Native American babies in cradleboards.  On item, “North American Indian babies.”  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.123.  Native American man wearing beaded buckskin shirt and necklaces with feathers in hair.  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.124.  Canadian Indian woman with her child in cradleboard.  Accoutrements in front of them.  On item, “Katey and her baby.  Katey is a well known Canadian Indian.”  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.125.  Trommel for mining.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: <p style="margin-left: 1in;"> P 35.126.  Man between two burros carrying wood.  On item, “Hook Photo, [?] Best Friend, N.M.”  The W.E. Hook Wholesale View Co., Colorado Springs, Colo.  Advertisements on reverse side.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.127.  Man in front of San Miguel Church in Santa Fe, N.M.  On item, “Founded 1550, San Miguel church, Santa Fe, N.M.”Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.135.  Two Native American men in full regalia on horses.  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.136.  Four Native American men dressed in non-Indian clothing.  On item, “Northern Oklahoma Indians.”  Photographer: Irwin, Chickasha, Ind. Ter.  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.137.  Pat Concha playing hand drum with sons dancing.  On item, “Pat Concha & sons, Taos Indians, N.M.”  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.138.  Two Native American men in full regalia.  On item, “Comrades, copyright =1911, By L.C. Kramer.”  Photographer: L.C. Kramer.  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.139.  High Bear in full regalia.  On item, “High Bear, Sioux.”  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.140.  Chief Hollow Horn Bear in full regalia.  On item, “Chief Hollow Horn Bear, Sioux.”  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.141.  Chief Wets It in full regalia.  On item, “Chief Wets It, Assinniboine.”  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.142.  Susie Shot in the Eye wearing elk tooth dress.  On item, “Susie Shot in the Eye, Sioux.”  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.143.  Stella Yellow Shirt wearing elk tooth dress holding child.  On item, “Stella Yellow Shirt and Baby, Brule.”  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.144.  Minnie Lefthand wearing cowrie shell dress and headdress with trailers.  On item, “Minnie Lefthand.”  Photographer: Shiffert, El Reno, Okla.  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.145.  Grant Lefthand next to tent.  On item, “Grant Lefthand, Arapho.”  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.146.  Native American man with raised hand and tipis in background.  On item, “The Signal, Copyright 1911, By L.C. Kramer.”  Photographer: L.C. Kramer.  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.147.  Elderly Native American woman wearing dress, sitting on bench.  On item, “The Evening of life.”  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.148.  Buckskin Charley wearing non-Indian clothing and peace medal.  On item, “Buckskin charley, Ute, quote Nick Eggenhofer.”  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.149.  Strongheart wearing buckskin clothing.  On item, “Strongheart, Copyright 1911, By L.C. Kramer.”  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.150.  Native American man in non-Indian clothing.  On item, “Indian Chief.”  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.151.  Furniture in room of Walker Tavern.  On item, “Daniel Webster room. Historic Walker Tavern.”  Post Card.  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.152.  Headstone marking where U.S. soldier fell at Battle of Little Bighorn.  On item, “Head stone marking spot where a U.S. soldier 7th cavalry fell on the Custer Battle field.”  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.153.  Boys and girls of Crow Nation at non-Indian school at Crow Agency, Montana.  On item, “School children, Crow Indian Agency, Montana. 1895.”  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.154.  Santa Clara Pueblo Indians at Pueblo.  On item, “Kiva – Santa Clara Pueblo Indians.”  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.155.  Puye Indian pueblo ruins.  On item, “Puye Indian pueblo ruins – Over 1000 years old.”  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.156.  Puye Indian cliff dwelling ruins.  On item, “Puye Indian cliff dwelling ruins – Over 1000 years old.”  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.157.  Puye Indian Kiva.  On item, “Puye Indian Kiva, New Mexico.”  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
Folder 88Add to your cart.
Item 1: P 35.158.  Navajo Indian sand painting.  On item, “A Navajo Indian sand painting, Frashers foto – Pamona, Calif.”  Postcard.  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.159.  Zuni women in traditional regalia.  On item, “Zuni Indian Women.”  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.160.  Native American woman making pottery.  On item, “Indian woman making pottery, Acoma?”  Indian Women Making Pottery.  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.161.  Hopi woman making basket.  On item, “Indian woman making basket. Second Mesa – Hopi. ‘Hopi basket maker.’”  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
Folder 92Add to your cart.
Item 1: P 35.162.  Several Crow people meeting under arbor.  Horses in foreground.  On item, “Indian Council Crow Agency, Mont. August 5 to 9 1899.”  1899.  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.163.  Buffalo dancers at Santa Clara Pueblo.  On item, “Buffalo dancer, Santa Clara Pueblo Indians.”  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.164.  Several Sioux men in traditional regalia.  On item, “Sioux Indian War Dance.”  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.165.  Hopi men doing Snake Dance.  Others watching in background.  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.166.  Many people in pueblo watching Native dancers below.  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.167.  Many people in pueblo watching Native dancers below.  On item, “Hopi Snake Dance.”  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.168.  Navajo man making sand painting and Navajo woman weaving in background.  On item, “A Navajo Indian Sand Painting. Frashers Photo.”  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.169.  Mojave woman in traditional regalia.  On item, “Pima basket, Mohave woman.”  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.170.  Two Native American people dressed partly in non-Indian clothing.  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.171.  Apache man on horse.  On item, “Jiccarilla Apache.”  Postcard.  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.172.  Long Bull dressed in traditional regalia.  On item, “Long Bull, copyright 1910 by L.C. Kramer, Elgin, Ill."  Gift of George Kolbe., 1910Add to your cart.
Folder 103Add to your cart.
Item 1: P 35.173.  Young Cree boy in traditional regalia.  On item, “A Young Cree Chief, Canada.”  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.174.  Sioux people drying meat on racks. Wagon and tipi in background.  On item, “Sioux Indians drying meat while on a visit to the Crows. July 4, 1895.”  1895 July 4.  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.180.  Piegan Indian on horse pulling travois.  On item, “Piegan Indian, Montana.”  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: P 35.181.  Curley in buckskin coat holding scabbard.  On item, “Curley Gen. Custer’s Scout.”  Photographer: F. Jay Haynes, St. Paul, Minn.  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
Folder 107Add to your cart.
Item 1: P 35.182.  Four Cree Indian children in traditional regalia.  On item, “Cree Indian children, Canada.”  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
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Folder 1: P 35.193.  Men in row shooting rifles at ‘Custer Battlefield.’  Two horses on right.  On item, “Skirmish Line, Custer Battlefield, June 25th, 1886.  Photographer: D.F. Barry, Bismarck, D.T., 1886 June 25Add to your cart.
Folder 2: P 35.194.  Several men at Camp Baldwin, ‘Custer Battlefield.’  Tents in background.  On item, “Camp Baldwin, Custer Battlefield, June 25th, 1886.”  Photographer: D.F. Barry, Bismarck, D.T., 1886 June 25Add to your cart.
Folder 3: P 35.195.  Several people standing next to marker at ‘Custer Battlefield.’  On item, “Reno Hill, Custer Battlefield, June 25th, 1886.”  Photographer: D.F. Barry, Bismarck, D.T., 1886 June 25Add to your cart.
Folder 4: P 35.196.  Several people on horses on hill at ‘Custer Battlefield.’  On item, “Reno Hill, East Side, Custer Battlefield, June 25th, 1886.”  Photographer: D.F. Barry, Bismarck, D.T., 1886 June 25Add to your cart.
Folder 5: P 35.197.  Two men on hillside at ‘Custer Battlefield.’  On item, “Reno Hill, Custer Battlefield, June 25th, 1886.”  Photographer: D.F. Barry, Bismarck, D.T., 1886 June 25Add to your cart.
Folder 6: P 35.198.  Men in row shooting rifles at ‘Custer Battlefield.’  On item, “Skirmish Line, Custer Battlefield, June 25th, 1886.  Photographer: D.F. Barry, Bismarck, D.T., 1886 June 25Add to your cart.
Folder 7: P 35.199.  Eight men and horse at ‘Custer Battlefield.’  On item, Reno Survivors, Custer Battlefield, Corporal Hall, Dr. H.R. Porter, Capt. E.S. Godfrey, Major P?, Capt. W.S. Edgerly, Capt. S.M. McDougal, Penwall (?), White Swan.  Photographer: D.F. Barry, Bismarck, D.T., 1886 June 25Add to your cart.
Folder 8: P 35.199.1.  Men and horses next to monument at ‘Custer Battlefield.’  On item, “Custer Monument, Custer Battlefield, June 25th, 1886.”  Photographer: D.F. Barry, Bismarck, D.T., 1886 June 25Add to your cart.
Folder 9: P 35.199.2.  Custer Monument and markers where men fell during battle.  On item, “Custer Battlefield, taken in June 25th 1886.  Photographer: D.F. Barry, Bismarck, D.T., 1886 June 25Add to your cart.
Folder 10: P 35.200.  Native American men standing around drummers.  On item, “Omaha Dancer.”  Photographer: S.D. Butcher, West Union, Neb., January 1891Add to your cart.
Folder 11: P 35.201.  Military men on horses next to tipis.  Buildings in background.  Photographer: S.D. Butcher, West Union, Neb., January 1891Add to your cart.
Folder 12: P 35.202.  Native American camp with tipis, horses, and wagons.  Photographer: S.D. Butcher, West Union, Neb., January 1891Add to your cart.
Folder 13: P 35.203.  Several men standing against building.  W.F. Cody amongst them.  Photographer: S.D. Butcher, West Union, Neb., January 1891Add to your cart.
Folder 14: P 35.204.  Native American camp with tipis, horses, and wagons.  Photographer: S.D. Butcher, West Union, Neb., January 1891Add to your cart.
Folder 15: P 35.205.  Chief Crazy Bear in ‘Ghost Dance’ regalia.  On item, “Chief Crazy Bear in Ghost Dance suit, killed in the battle at Wounded Knee, Dec. 28th, 1891, Pine Ridge, S.D.  Northwestern Photographic Co., Chadron, Neb. Copyright 1891.  [Killed in battle at Wounded Knee December 28, 1890 Pine Ridge, SD.]  No. 15.Add to your cart.
Folder 16: P 35.206.  Many people outside corral of beef cattle at Pine Ridge, S.D.  On item, “Beef Issue at Pine Ridge, S.D.”  Northwestern Photographic Co., Chadron, Neb.  No. 16Add to your cart.
Folder 17: P 35.207.  Native American and non-Indian men in circle drumming with men on horses in background.  On item, “But I joined in.”Add to your cart.
Folder 18: P 35.208.  Native American man on painted horse next to crowd of people.  Sundance lodge in background.  On item, “Medic. Man.”Add to your cart.
Folder 19: P 35.209.  Native American woman bending over cooking pots.  Man with horse in background.  On item, “At Ft. Belknap.”Add to your cart.
Folder 20: P 35.210.  Native American woman wrapped in blanket.  On item, “Daughter of Spotted Tail.”Add to your cart.
Folder 21: P 35.211.  Four Bears smoking pipe.  On item, “Four Bears.”Add to your cart.
Folder 22: P 35.211.  Four Bears smoking pipe.  On item, “Four Bears.”Add to your cart.
Folder 23: P 35.213.  Four Native Americans and one non-Indian.  Photographer: E.L. Eaton.Add to your cart.
Folder 24: P 35.214.  Native American baby in cradleboard.  On item, “Pappoose.”  Photographer: E.L. Eaton.Add to your cart.
Folder 25: P.35.215.  Horses with travois and Crow people breaking camp.  On item, “Crow Indians on the Crow Reservation Mont. Indians braking camp, Custer Battle field on the ridge.”  Gift of George Kolbe.Add to your cart.
Folder 26: P 35.216.  Native woman and child in furs.  On item, “Eskimo woman and child.”Add to your cart.
Folder 27: P 35.217.  ‘The Oath’ by Edward S. Curtis.  Three Native American men standing.  On item: “Curtis” and “Reframed by H.J. Vanderbury”.Add to your cart.
Folder 28: P 35.218.  Nosey, Medicine Man of the Assinaboines.  On Item: “019500.  Nosey, Medicine Man of the Assinaboines.  Fort Belknap Reservation, Mont.”Add to your cart.
Folder 29: P 35.219.  Kitkehaki Pawnee.  On Item: “Kitkehaki Pawnee.  Seated left to right; “Man Who Left His Enemy Lying In The Water”, “Night Chief”, “One Who Strikes The Chiefs First”, “Sky Chief”.  Standing in center; “Baptiste Bayhyalle, Spanish-Skidi Pawnee half-blood, interpreter and Sergeant in the Pawnee Scouts under Captain Morse, 1867.”  Jackson Photo, 1868-69.””  Photographer: W.H. Jackson.Add to your cart.
Folder 30: P 35.220.  Red Cloud by Charles M. BellAdd to your cart.
Folder 31: P 69.356.  Red Cloud wearing breast plate and headdress.  On item, “Red Cloud.”Add to your cart.
Folder 32: P 69.393.  Gall wearing breechclout.  Photographer: D.F. Barry.  [ Indian Man In Breech Cloth With Large Silver Cross ].Add to your cart.
Folder 33: P 69.1244.  Chief Koostosta at falls on Pend Oreille River.  On item, “Beyond. Chief Koostosta on the Falls of the Pend de O Reille.”, 1922Add to your cart.
Folder 34: P 69.1245.  Tahteenooh on horse, both decorated in traditional regalia.  On item, “’Tahteenooh,’ Belle of the Flatheads.”, 1922Add to your cart.
Folder 35: P 69.1248.  Native American wearing headdress, breast plate, and beaded vest.Add to your cart.
Folder 36: P 69.1249.  Red Cloud wearing headdress and breast plate.Add to your cart.
Folder 37: P 69.1258.  Five Native American men in traditional regalia, three with staffs.Add to your cart.
Folder 38: P 69.1259.  Woman standing next to scaffolding of Spotted Tail’s daughter.  On item, “The Grave of Spotted Tail’s Daughter, Fort Laramie, Wyo. Presented to W. Cody Bradford by Dr. Sol. Bock-Veterinary of the 5th Cavalry stationed at Fort Laramie, Wyoming.”, 1928Add to your cart.
Folder 39: P 69.1260.  Red Dog wearing scarf and sweater.  On item, “Red Dog or Chunka Luta.”Add to your cart.
Folder 40: P 69.1263.  Black Bear with hat and pipe axe.  On item, “Black Bear or Mattoeh Soppah.  W. Cody Bradford.”Add to your cart.
Folder 41: P 69.1264.  Little Fox wearing peace medallion and holding pipe axe.  On item, “Little Fox , Chunkamannetoe. Chischilla. W. Cody Bradford.”Add to your cart.
Folder 42: P 69.1794.  Native American person holding decorated stick.  Photographer: Bowman, Pendleton, Oregon.Add to your cart.
Folder 43: P 69.1935.1.  Aftermath of Massacre at Wounded Knee occurring on December 29, 1890.  On item, “Scenes of 1891 Battle of Wounded Knee. Birds eye view of Battlefield at Wounded Knee S.D. looking north.  Postcard., 1891Add to your cart.
Folder 44: P.69.1935.2.  Aftermath of Massacre at Wounded Knee occurring on December 29, 1890.  On item, “Scenes of 1891 Battle of Wounded Knee. Birds eye view of Battlefield at Wounded Knee S.D.  Postcard., 1891Add to your cart.
Folder 45: P.69.1935.3.  Aftermath of Massacre at Wounded Knee occurring on December 29, 1890.  On item, “Scenes of 1891 Battle of Wounded Knee. Birds eye view of Battlefield at Wounded Knee S.D.  Postcard., 1891Add to your cart.
Folder 46: P 69.2090.  ‘Steps’ with hand on table.  On item, “Steps, A Nes Perce Indian, who escaped from his band, while surrounded in the bad lands of Nebraska, by Gen’l Miles, in 1878. He then joined Sitting Bull’s band of Uncapapa Souix Indians in the British possessions and has followed their fortunes ever since. He lost his feet above the ankles, also his right hand by being frozen, having been caught in one of the severe snow storms, 21 years ago.”  Photographers: Bailey, Dix & Mead., 1882Add to your cart.
Folder 47: P 69.2112.  Three tipis, two painted.  On item, “The Blackfoots Lodge.”Add to your cart.
Folder 48: P 69.2188.  Five Native American men sitting with non-Indian young girl, two Native American men on horses behind them.  On item, “Sioux Indians – 1. Two Strikes, 2. Running Bare, 3. Deer Foot, 4. Running Elk, 5.Little Bee, 6. Sunday Horse, 7. Heap Fight, 8. Spotted Tail, Prisoner of 1890. Jus. G. Warren.”Add to your cart.
Folder 49: P 69.2191.  Four Native American men and two non-Indian men.  Photographers: Siegel-Cooper Co.Add to your cart.
Folder 50: P 69.2192.  Three non-Indian men standing on stumps and two Native American women in background near tipis.  On item, “Maynard & Tate, Compliments of Harry High, Reading . Pa.”Add to your cart.

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