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  • Subject: indians of north america
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    • Custer's last battle, "boots and saddles"

    • General Custer's Seventh Cavalrymen in uniforms in tall boots, rifles, and securing saddles for the battle with Native American Lakota Sioux, Crow, Northern, and Cheyenne, Little Bighorn Battlefield, June 26, 1876, Little Bighorn River, Montana.
    • Cheyenne Indians--War--Montana--1870-1880.; Crow Indians--War--Montana--1870-1880.; Dakota Indians--War--Montana--1870-1880.; Indians of North America--War--Montana--1870-1880.; Teton Indians--War--Montana--1870-1880.;...
    • January 1892
    • Walpi village [art original].

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    • Walpi (Ariz.)--Pictorial works.; Pueblo Indians in art.; Indians of North America--Structures.; Watercolors (Paintings)
    • ca. 1980.
    • Story teller "Naavaha"

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    • Indians of North America--Pictorial works.; Horses--Pictorial works.; Boys--Pictorial works.
    • ca. 1960
    • Rain dancer [art original].

    • From San Ildefonso Pueblo.
    • Indian dance.; Indians in art.; Pueblo Indians--Pictorial works.; Pueblo Indians in art.; Painting, American.; Indians of North America--Pictorial works.; Watercolors (Paintings)
    • [n.d.]
    • Snow bird dancer [art original].

    • From San Ildefonso Pueblo.
    • Indian dance.; Indians in art.; Pueblo Indians--Pictorial works.; Pueblo Indians in art.; Painting, American.; Indians of North America--Pictorial works.; Watercolors (Paintings)
    • [n.d.]
    • A dance before wigwams [art original].

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    • Indian dance--North America--Pictorial works.; Indians in art.; Painting, American.; Indians of North America--Pictorial works.; Wigwams--Pictorial works.; Oil paintings.
    • [n.d.]
    • Ambushed [art original].

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    • Ambushes and surprises--Pictorial works.; Painting, American.; Indians of North America--Pictorial works.; Stagecoaches--Pictorial works.; Oil paintings.
    • [n.d.]
    • Petroglyph #7 [art original].

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    • Petroglyphs in art.; Petroglyphs--Pictorial works.; Indians of North America--Great Basin--Antiquities.; Fremont culture.; Capitol Reef National Park (Utah); Rubbings (Visual works)
    • [n.d.]
    • Timothy, chief of the Nez Perces

    • A portrait of a Native American (Nez Perce) chief, identified as Timothy. He wears fringed hide clothing, a pouch, and holds a pipe in his hands.
    • Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Nez Percé Indians--1860-1870.; Tribal chiefs--1860-1870.; Timothy, Nez Perce Chief, 1800-1891.
    • [between 1950 and 1980?]
    • The Battle of Beecher Island, eastern Colorado

    • The Battle of Beecher's Island, Arikaree River, Colorado, September, 1868. White men with horses are on the near side of the river looking across at a large contingent of attacking Native Americans (Cheyenne).
    • Cheyenne Indians--Colorado--1860-1870.; Indians of North America--Colorado--1860-1870.; Campaigns & battles--Colorado--1860-1870.; Beecher Island, Battle of, 1868.
    • [between 1940 and 1970?]
    • Looking southwest, Sand Creek or Chivington Massacre, 1864

    • The battle at Sand Creek, Colorado, between U.S. troops and Native Americans (Cheyenne). Women and children panic behind trees in the foreground, warriors and soldiers fight among tepees in the background.
    • Cheyenne Indians--Colorado--1860-1870.; Indians of North America--Colorado--1860-1870.; Massacres--Colorado--1860-1870.; Sand Creek Massacre, Colo., 1864.
    • [between 1940 and 1970?]
    • A Cheyenne warrior

    • A Native American (Cheyenne) man on horseback holds a rifle and wears moccasins, fringed leggings and shirt, and a feather headdress.
    • Cheyenne Indians--1870-1880.; Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Horseback riding--1870-1880.
    • [between 1940 and 1960]
    • Tomahawk and sabre, or even odds

    • A Native American (Plains) man, who holds a tomahawk, and a white cavalry man, who holds a sword, fight. Other combatants are nearby.
    • Indians of North America--War--1900-1910.; Horseback riding--1900-1910.
    • [between 1940 and 1960]
    • Custer's last stand

    • Native American Lakota Sioux, Crow, Northern, and Cheyenne, defeat General Custer standing center, wearing buckskin, with few of his soldiers of the Seventh Cavalry still standing, Little Bighorn Battlefield, June 26, 1876 Little Bighorn River,...
    • Cheyenne Indians--Montana--1870-1880.; Crow Indians--Montana--1870-1880.; Dakota Indians--Montana--1870-1880.; Indians of North America--Montana--1870-1880.; Teton Indians--Montana--1870-1880.; Campaigns & battles--Montana--1870-1880.; Custer,...
    • [between 1940 and 1960?]
    • Push-ma-ta-ha, Chactan warrior

    • Reproduction of a lithograph of a painting depicts Pushmataha, Choctow Native American tribal chief, wearing a military jacket with epaulets and ruffled shirt and short cropped hair. Pushmatah (also known as Apushamatahubib, Warrior's Seat Is...
    • Choctaw Indians--1830-1840.; Indians of North America--1830-1840.; Military officers--1830-1840.; Pushmataha, ca. 1764-1824.
    • [between 1940 and 1960?]
    • Ration Day at Standing Rock

    • A large group Native American Sioux gather at the Standing Rock Indian Agency on ration day. They are wrapped in blankets, one man wears a fur cap. A uniformed soldier talks with a white man and a Sioux man.
    • United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Standing Rock Agency--1870-1880.; Dakota Indians--1870-1880.; Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Food relief--1870-1880.
    • [between 1940 and 1960?]
    • Ledagie, a Creek Chief

    • Reproduction of a lithograph of a painting by C. B. King depicts Ledagie, Native American Creek, tribal chief, wearing a loose jacket with armbands, necklace, turban hat with plumes.
    • Creek Indians--1840-1850.; Indians of North America--1840-1850.; Tribal chiefs--1840-1850.; Ledagie, Creek Chief.
    • [between 1940 and 1960?]
    • Me-na-wa, a Creek warrior

    • Reproduction of a lithograph of a painting by C. B. King depicts Me-na-wa, Native American Creek warrior wearing face paint, a loose striped jacket, hat with plume, and beaded purse.
    • Creek Indians--1870-1880.; Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Me-na-wa, Creek warrior.
    • [between 1940 and 1960?]
    • Old Fort Bridger, Wyo.

    • View of Fort Bridger on the Oregon Trail in Uinta County, Wyoming. Shows a stockade with log buildings and another with horses. A wagon train is camped in a circle near the Blacks Fork river. Horses and oxen graze nearby. A Conestoga wagon fords...
    • Indians of North America--Wyoming--Fort Bridger--1850-1870.; Blacks Fork (Utah and Wyo.)--1850-1870.; Fort Bridger (Wyo.)--1850-1870.; Fort Bridger State Historic Site (Fort Bridger, Wyo.)--1850-1870.; Oregon National Historic Trail--1850-1870.;...
    • [between 1932 and 1938?]
    • Upper California crossing of the Platte River [sic], Neb.

    • View of a wagon train on the Overland Trail. Conestoga wagons approach or ford the South Platte River at the Upper California Crossing in Sedgwick County, Colorado. Shows ox-driven wagons, people camped beside wagons, and North American Indians on...
    • Indians of North America--Colorado--Sedgwick County--1860-1870.; Overland Trails--1860-1870.; Sedgwick County (Colo.)--1860-1870.; South Platte River (Colo. and Neb.)--1860-1870.; Camping--Colorado--Sedgwick County--1860-1870.; Covered...
    • [between 1932 and 1938?]
    • Pawnee village, evening ceremonial

    • North American Indian (Pawnee) men and women sit and stand on and near earthen lodges at sunset probably in Nebraska. They are wrapped in blankets. Shows fences made of twigs or brush, and a plaza with an American flag that flies near the entrance...
    • Earth houses--Nebraska--1860-1880.; Indians of North America--Structures--Nebraska--1860-1880.; Pawnee Indians--1860-1880.; Earth lodges--Nebraska--1860-1880.; Lodges--Nebraska--1860-1880.; Rites & ceremonies--Nebraska--1860-1880.; Sunrises &...
    • [between 1932 and 1938?]
    • Pony Express rider, 1861

    • A Pony Express rider is pursued by mounted North American Indians beside the Sweetwater River in probably Natrona County, Wyoming. The Pony Express rider wears a hat, buckskin jacket, fringed gauntlets, and boots with spurs. He holds a pistol.
    • Indians of North America--War--Wyoming--Natrona County--1860-1870.; Natrona County (Wyo.)--1860-1870.; Sweetwater River (Wyo.)--1860-1870.; Horseback riding--Wyoming--Natrona County--1860-1870.; Pony express--Wyoming--Natrona County--1860-1870.;...
    • [between 1932 and 1938?]
    • Rendezvous - Indians and trappers, upper Green River, Wyo.

    • View of a rendezvous near the Green River in Sublette County, Wyoming. Shows mountain men (trappers) and North American Indians, on horseback and on foot, near groups of tepees located along the river. A horse pulls a travois near a group of Indian...
    • Indians of North America--Wyoming--Sublette County--1820-1840.; Green River (Wyo.-Utah)--1820-1840.; Sublette County (Wyo.)--1820-1840.; Wind River Range (Wyo.)--1820-1840.; Fur trade--Wyoming--Sublette County--1820-1840.; Indian...
    • [between 1932 and 1938?]
    • Colorow

    • Reproduction of head and shoulders portrait painting of Colorow, Native American, (White River Band) Chief of the northern Utes; he wears a hair pipe breastplate and choker.
    • Indians of North America--1890-1900.; Ute Indians--1890-1900.; Colorow, ca. 1810-1888.
    • [between 1930 and 1960?]
    • My horse, Dave Dapple Gray, on detail the day of the massacre

    • Reproduction of a painting of the December 21, 1866 fight between the Native American Oglala Dakota Sioux and William J. Fetterman's troops. Shows a wagon and dead bodies, Native Americans with bows and arrows and on horseback, and a wounded horse.
    • Dakota Indians--War--Wyoming--1860-1870.; Fetterman Fight, Wyo., 1866.; Indians of North America--War--Wyoming--1860-1870.; Oglala Indians--War--Wyoming--1860-1870.; Fetterman, William J.--Homes & haunts.
    • [between 1930 and 1960?]
    • Joseph Walker on left, Arapeen on right

    • Reproduction of a sketch shows head and shoulders portrait of mountain man Joseph Walker and Arapeen (Arrapeen,) Native American Ute.
    • Indians of North America--1850-1860.; Ute Indians--1850-1860.; Arrapeen.; Walker, Joseph, Mountain man.
    • [between 1930 and 1960?]
    • Thornburgh massacre

    • An oil painting the depicts the Thornburgh massacre (Colorado). Shows a battle scene with Native Americans and the American Cavalry, covered wagons, horses, dead men and horses and a fire.
    • Milk Creek (Rio Blanco County and Moffat County, Colo.), Battle of, 1879.; Campaigns & battles--Colorado--1870-1880.; Cavalry--Colorado--1860-1870.; Indians of North America--War--Colorado--1870-1880.
    • [between 1930 and 1940]
    • Princess Susan, sister of High Cheif [sic] Ouray, Ute

    • Reproduction of a painting of Princess Susan, Native American Ute, sister of Chief Ouray, wearing buckskin with fringe, jewelry and a headband.
    • Ouray--Family.; Indians of North America--1890-1910.; Ute Indians--Women--1890-1910.; Photomechanical prints.; Susan, Princess.
    • [between 1925 and 1935?]
    • The Wagon Box Fight

    • A view of the Box Wagon Fight, between United States Army and Native American Sioux and Cheyenne warriors, August 2, 1867, Wyoming. A corral of wagon boxes helped the troops defeat the Sioux.
    • Cheyenne Indians--War--Wyoming--1860-1870.; Dakota Indians--War--Wyoming--1860-1870.; Indians of North America--Wyoming--1860-1870.; Wagon Box Fight, Wyo., 1867.; Campaigns & battles--Wyoming--1860-1870.; Covered wagons--Wyoming--1860-1870.
    • [between 1920 and 1930?]
    • Hopi man at Grand Canyon

    • Native American (Hopi) man in a loincloth, stands on an outcropping overlooking the Grand Canyon, Arizona. One arm is outstretched.
    • Hopi Indians--Arizona--1900-1920.; Indians of North America--Arizona--1900-1920.; Pueblo Indians--Arizona--1900-1920.; Grand Canyon (Ariz.)--1900-1920.
    • [between 1905 and 1913?]
    • Hopi Snake Dance, Arizona

    • Reproduction of a painting shows a Native American Hopi Pueblo Snake Dance with dancers wearing kilts and body paint, carrying snakes in their mouths and hands, Hopi Mesas, Arizona.
    • Hopi Indians--Dance--Arizona--1900-1910.; Indians of North America--Arizona--1900-1910.; Pueblo Indians--Arizona--1900-1910.; Snake dance--Arizona--1900-1910.
    • [between 1905 and 1910]
    • Taos Indian at fireplace

    • Photograph of a painting by E. Irving Couse shows a Native American (Taos Pueblo) man as he kneels before a lit fireplace and a large decorated pot; he wears a loincloth, armband, and moccasins. A painted symbol in upper left corner reads: "Santa...
    • Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway Company--Public relations--1900-1920.; Indians of North America--1900-1920.; Pueblo Indians--1900-1920.; Taos Indians--1900-1920.; Fireplaces--1900-1920.
    • [between 1900-1920?]
    • Religion - penitentes - "The Whippers" by Herbert Geer

    • Reproduction shows an oil painting called: "The Whippers," by Herbert Geer, depicting Native Americans running; an adobe church or mission is in the background.
    • Indians of North America--1900-1920.
    • [between 1900 and 1920?]
    • Indians of the southwest

    • Reproduction of an oil painting; shows Native American men (one wearing a feather headdress) reading a letter. Signature reads: "J. H. Sharp" (Joseph Henry Sharp).
    • Indians of North America in art--1900-1910.
    • [between 1900 and 1910?]
    • Altar at Shumankwi (?)

    • Reproduction of a painting depicts a Native American Zuni Pueblo altar with men sitting inside a ceremonial room with ritual objects including pottery, prayer sticks, kachinas, feathers, and projectile points or arrowheads, New Mexico.
    • Indians of North America--New Mexico--Zuni--1900-1910.; Pueblo Indians--New Mexico--Zuni--1900-1910.; Zuni Indians--Spiritual life--New Mexico--Zuni--1900-1910.; Zuni (N.M.)--1900-1910.; Kivas--New Mexico--Zuni--1900-1910.; Rites & ceremonies--New...
    • [between 1900 and 1902?]
    • A Hopi matron preparing corn for the mill stone

    • Reproduction of a painting; Native American (Hopi) woman prepares corn on a metate. Behind her is an adobe building, ristras, and pottery.
    • Hopi Indians--Women--1890-1930.; Indians of North America--1890-1930.; Pueblo Indians--Domestic life--1890-1930.
    • [between 1895 and 1925?]
    • Snake Dance at Mishongnovi

    • Reproduction of a painting; Native American (Hopi) snake dancers at the Mishongnovi Pueblo, Arizona. Dancers wear feathers, face and body paint, armbands and necklaces, kilts. They carry sticks and snakes; a crowd of spectators stand by.
    • Hopi Indians--Dance--Arizona--Mishongnovi--1890-1930.; Indians of North America--Arizona--Mishongnovi--1890-1930.; Pueblo Indians--Arizona--Mishongnovi--1890-1930.; Snake dance--Arizona--Mishongnovi--1890-1930.
    • [between 1895 and 1925?]
    • Indian squaw" or "Indian camp

    • An oil painting of Native American woman as she stands in front of a lodge. In the background is a forest of pine trees. The canvas is unfinished with no frame.
    • Indians of North America--1890-1930.; Women--1890-1930.
    • [between 1890 and 1930?]
    • Acoma

    • View of a painting, possibly on tile, of the sky with personified moon and sun inside a leafy border, in the Native American Acoma Pueblo mission, New Mexico.
    • Acoma Indians--Arts & crafts--New Mexico--Acoma--1890-1920.; Indians of North America--Arts & crafts--New Mexico--Acoma--1890-1920.; Pueblo Indians--Arts & crafts--New Mexico--Acoma--1890-1920.; Acoma (N.M.)--1890-1920.; Interiors--New...
    • [between 1890 and 1920?]
    • Kup-Pa-On-Na.

    • Reproduction of an oil painting of a Native American (Taos) man who sits and works on pottery. He wears leggings, a hair pipe breast plate, and fur pelts over his braided hair.
    • Indians of North America--1890-1920.; Pueblo Indians--1890-1920.; Taos Indians--1890-1920.; Potters--1890-1920.; Kup-Pa-On-Na.
    • [between 1890 and 1915?]
    • Red Cloud, Ogalalla Sioux Indian

    • Portrait of Red Cloud, (Makhpia-sha, or Maqpeya-luta) Native American Oglala Sioux (Lakota), wearing a feather headdress and buckskin coat with fringe.
    • Indians of North America--1890-1910.; Oglala Indians--1890-1910.; Tribal chiefs--1890-1910.; Red Cloud, 1822-1909.
    • [between 1890 and 1910?]

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