Studio portrait (sitting) of Painting Horse, his sister, and a man, Native American (Arapaho) men and woman. The men wear scarves around their necks. Painting Horse's sister wears a dress and a blanket across her lap.
Arapaho Indians--1880-1890.; Indians of North America--1880-1890.; Women--1880-1890.; Painting Horse--Family.; Painting Horse.
United States Army Generals, Harrison, Sherman, and Terry sit under a canvas tent and hold a council with Native American Arapahoes and Cheyennes.
Arapaho Indians--1860-1870.; Cheyenne Indians--1860-1870.; Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Generals--American--1860-1870.; Meetings--1860-1870.; Tents--1860-1870.; Harrison, Benjamin, 1833-1901.; Sherman, William T. (William Tecumseh),...
Right side of the panorama along the Denver, Northwestern and Pacific Railway's Moffat Road, Rollins Pass, Colorado, shows a railroad construction tent, railroad tracks, telephone poles and mountain slopes.
Charles Whiteman poses outdoors. He was captured by the Utes at age 2 and traded to the Arapahos. He lived as an Arapaho during his lifetime. He holds a hatched pipe. He wears a fur pelt bandolier, a beaded hair pipe vest, a scarf around his neck....
Arapaho Indians--1890-1920.; Indians of North America--1890-1920.; Clothing & dress--1890-1920.; Tomahawks--1890-1920.; Whiteman, Charles.
Studio portrait (standing) of Shib-o-nester, a Native American (Arapaho) man. He leans on a fur pelt that is draped over a pedestal. He wears beaded leggings, a breechcloth, a blanket cape, fur pelts over his braids, and a fur cap.
Arapaho Indians--1860-1880.; Indians of North America--1860-1880.; Shib-o-nester.