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    • Scalp ornament

    • Native American (Sioux) scalp ornament made of rawhide and buckskin with red, white, and blue dyed porcupine quills, maroon dyed feathers, metal jinglers, and a green dyed, horse hair tail.
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    • [between 1880 and 1900]
    • War Bonnet

    • Front view of a Native American Sioux war bonnet made by Scout Comes from Sky of Rosebud, South Dakota. The bonnet is made of chicken feathers dyed yellow, eagle feathers, white down, beadwork and red flannel.
    • Scout Comes from Sky.
    • [between 1880 and 1900]
    • Snake dance - children and adults

    • View of Native American (Hopi) dancers (men and boys) at Mi-shong-na-vi, Arizona. The male dancers have feathers in their hair, painted faces and bodies; they wear kilts, necklaces, and carry bows with feathers. The boys wear kilts and have...
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    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • Bear Feathers

    • Bear Feathers, a Native American member of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, poses for a half-length portrait wearing a floral print shirt and breast plate, possibly made of bone. A blanket is on Bear Feathers' lap.
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    • [1886?]
    • Arapahoe men

    • Friday, Sharp Nose, Black Coal, Six Feathers, and other Native American (Arapaho) men pose outdoors with white men at Fort Robinson, Nebraska. Some of the Arapahoe men hold rifles, they wear moccasins, leggings, blankets, vests, hair pipe chokers,...
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    • [between 1880 and 1910]
    • Buckskin Charlie and Ta-Wee

    • Sitting studio portrait of Buckskin Charlie and To-Wee, Native Americans (Ute); To-wee wears a fringed dress, concho belt, and bead necklace; Buckskin Charlie has fur wrapped braids, his costume includes beads, fringe, feathers, hair pipe choker,...
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    • [between 1880 and 1890?]
    • Two Feathers

    • Studio portrait, 3/4 length, of Two Feathers, Dakota male, wearing two feathers in hair and beaded necklace and holding peace pipe, seated in front of painted backdrop.
    • Barry, D. F. (David Frances), 1854-1934.
    • [188-?]
    • War club

    • Shows a Native American Sioux war club from Pine Ridge, South Dakota. It has a bone head made with petrified vertebrae and a handle (possibly wood). The handle is decorated with green, blue and rust color beadwork; horsehair dyed green, eagle...
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    • [between 1890 and 1910]
    • War club

    • Shows a Native American Sioux war club made by White Whirl Wind of Pine Ridge, South Dakota. The head of the club is made of carved oblong stone which is painted with blue and red poster paint. The handle is wood and is decorated with red, blue,...
    • White Whirl Wind.
    • [between 1880 and 1900]
    • War Bonnet

    • Back view of a Native American Sioux war bonnet made by Scout Comes from Sky of Rosebud, South Dakota. The bonnet is made of chicken feathers dyed yellow, eagle feathers, white down, beadwork and red flannel.
    • Scout Comes from Sky.
    • [between 1880 and 1900]
    • Walking Shooter

    • Seated studio portrait of Native American (Hunkpapa Sioux) man, Walking Shooter. He wears three eagle feathers and three arrows attached to a scarf around his head, long metal earrings, a kerchief, a fringed buckskin shirt with beaded bands, a...
    • Gardner, Alexander.
    • [1872?]
    • Hopi Flute Ceremony

    • Native American (Hopi) men play wooden wind instruments near a fire and prayer sticks decorated with feathers, Mishongnovi, Arizona. The men wear breechcloths, kilts, and feathers in their hair.
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    • [between 1890 and 1910]
    • Peran- Sun Dance costume

    • Studio portrait (standing) of Peran, a Native American (Shoshone) man. He holds a thin whistle decorated with feathers. He wears moccasins, bells, a beaded kilt and belt, metal arm and wrist bands, beaded necklaces, fur pelts over his braids, and...
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    • [between 1884 and 1885]
    • Painted Horse, Oglala Sioux

    • Standing studio portrait of a Native American (Oglala Sioux) man, identified as Painted Horse. He wears moccasins, beaded leggings, a shirt decorated with animal fur, and a full length headdress with eagle feathers and buffalo horns. In his left...
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    • [between 1880 and 1910?]
    • Dakota Indians

    • Studio portrait of two unidentified Native Americans (Dakota). A woman sits wearing a fringed dress, a blanket around her shoulders, hair pipe necklace, and feathers in her hair; she holds a leather belt with decorative metallic disks in front of...
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    • [between 1880 and 1910?]
    • Shoshone Sun Dance

    • Native American (Shoshone) men participate in a Sun Dance, they wear kilts, beaded necklaces, and body paint. The men blow on eagle bone whistles decorated with feathers, they hold feathers. Other Shoshone men stand near the edge of the brush...
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    • [between 1900 and 1930]
    • Chiefs, Mandan Indians

    • Seated studio portrait of two unidentified Native American (Mandan) chiefs. The man on the left holds a bow; he wears strings of beads on either side of his face, necklaces, abalone shells, long hair extensions with painted stripes, a buckskin...
    • Badger, Capt.
    • 1872
    • Puite indian, Chief Bull Tom

    • Native American (Paiute) man identified as Chief Bull Tom is seated on a wooden chair out of doors. He wears light and dark feathers attached to a headband with a beaded rosette in the front, a kerchief, white shirt, a pelt across his shoulder with...
    • Lintin.
    • [1900?]
    • Chief Red Shirt of the Ogalala Sioux

    • Chief Red Shirt, a North American Indian (Sioux, Lakota) and performer in "The Red Man," poses in front of a painted backdrop in the dirt arena in Empress Hall at the Golden West and American Industries Exhibition at Earls Court, London, England....
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    • 1909
    • Group portrait

    • Studio portrait (sitting and standing) of Short Bull, Lone Bull, Feathers On-His-Head, Fire Thunder, Mrs. Feather On-His-Head, Native American (Oglala Sioux) men and woman, Frank Yates, and Charles B. Gordon ("Deadwood Charlie"), white men. The...
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    • [1875 or 1876?]
    • Red Clouds Sioux Indians

    • A group of Native American (Sioux) men and boys pose outdoors at Fort Robinson, Nebraska. Three men and two boys wear beaded moccasins, leggings, and fringed shirts. Three men wear feathers in their hair, a boy wears face paint, a man holds a war...
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    • [between 1874 and 1880?]
    • Red Clouds Band of Sioux Indians at Ft. Robinson

    • Groups of Native American (Sioux) men, women, and children pose outdoors at Fort Robinson, Nebraska. Three men and two boys wear beaded moccasins, leggings, and fringed shirts. Three men wear feathers in their hair. One man holds a war club....
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    • [between 1874 and 1880?]
    • Ute Indians in dancing costume, L-R: Henry Johnson, ?

    • Standing studio portrait of two Native American Ute men wearing dance costumes. One of the men is identified as Henry Johnson, and wears moccasins, beaded leggings, animal skins, breastplate, bells, eagle feathers, and headdress. The other man...
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    • [between 1880 and 1910?]
    • Eagle Man Sioux

    • Eagle Man, a Native American (Sioux) poses for a studio portrait, he wears a fringed shirt, a beaded necklace, and feathers in his hair; he holds a wooden rifle from which a bunch of feathers hang.
    • Anderson, J. A. (John Alvin), 1869-1948.
    • 1900
    • Crow Indians

    • View of three Native American (Crow) men who are similarly dressed in striped clothing made from Hudson Bay blankets, two wear feathers in their hair, one wears a hat. They sit on the ground, hold sticks, some with feathers, and a quiver; they have...
    • Throssel, Richard, d. 1933.
    • [between 1902 and 1911]
    • Louise

    • Louise, a Native American Spokane woman wearing a floral skirt, abalone disks, beads, an embroidered bag, and two feathers in her hair poses with a man wearing leggings, breechcloth, an embroidered bag, and fur skin hat with feathers. Props include...
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    • [between 1900 and 1905?]
    • Religion, Pueblo Indians

    • Pueblo Native American men wearing belted kilts, bead necklaces, feather bustles, and head feathers, perform a ceremony around seated men, arranged dried corn and feathers; some play flutes.
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    • [between 1890 and 1910?]
    • Slow Bull - Ogalala

    • Profile portrait of Slow Bull (Tatanka-hunkeshni) a Native American (Oglala Sioux) medicine man. Slow Bull wears feathers in his long hair, probably braids tied with woven cloth, and a shirt with beadwork panels and attached feathers.
    • Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952.
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    • Arapahoes Six Feathers

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Six Feathers, a Native American (Arapaho) man. He sits on a fur pelt draped over a bench. He wears moccasins, a holster decorated with metal beads, and a beaded feather warbonnet headdress.
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    • [1884-1885]
    • Six Feathers

    • Studio portrait (standing) of Six Feathers, a Native American (Arapaho) man. He wears moccasins, a long coat, an ammunition belt with a leather holster decorated with metal beads, a scarf around his collar, and a wide-brimmed hat.
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    • [between 1880 and 1890?]
    • Two unidentified Indians, seated, one holding sword, full length

    • Full length portrait of two unidentified Dakota males, seated outside. One is holding sword or saber and wearing decorated belt and feathers in hair; one is wrapped in blanket and wears feathers in hair.
    • Barry, D. F. (David Frances), 1854-1934.
    • [188-?]
    • Group of unidentified Indians, Sioux, full length

    • Group of unidentified Native Americans, Dakota or possibly Crow, full length studio portraits with painted backdrop; group of three, two men and one woman; Native American man standing behind seated pair with two feathers in hat, muffler around...
    • Barry, D. F. (David Frances), 1854-1934.
    • [188-?]
    • Sioux

    • A Sioux man stands among a group of teepees in a camp for Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. The man wears a loincloth and holds a long spear adorned with feathers. Another spear, also adorned with feathers, is stuck in the ground next to him.
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    • [1901?]
    • Invocation - Sioux

    • A Native American (Sioux) man stands on a rock and raises an arm above his head. The man has braids and wears a breechcloth, beaded moccasins, feathers in his hair, and holds a wooden pipe and a beaded tobacco bag. Shows feathers and a fringed...
    • Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952.
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    • Native American man

    • A Native American (Plains) man poses outdoors near a tepee. He wears a blanket, fur pelts over his braids, bead choker, headband, and feathers in his hair.
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    • [between 1880 and 1900]
    • Cappolas, capturer of "Captain Jack" of the Modocs.

    • Head and shoulders studio portrait of Native American (Modoc) man Cappolas (Capolis) Chief of the Warm Spring Indian Scouts. He wears feathers on the side of his head, a buckskin shirt with a cutout design and feathers and hair fringe on the...
    • Houseworth, Thomas, 1829-1915.
    • [1874?]
    • Cappolas, capturer of "Captain Jack" of the Modocs

    • Seated studio portrait of Native American (Modoc) man Cappolas (Capolis) Chief of the Warm Spring Indian Scouts. He wears feathers on the side of his head, a buckskin shirt with a cutout design and feathers and hair fringe on the shoulders and...
    • Houseworth, Thomas, 1829-1915.
    • [1874?]
    • Male preparing duck

    • A man plucks feathers from a duck near a tent possibly in Colorado. The feathers are collected in a wooden crate that reads: "Royal Baking Powder".
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    • [between 1900 and 1910]
    • Pennsylvania Mining Accidents 1869 - 1916

    • History of mines and mining in Pennsylvania, and an alphabetical index by miner’s name for fatal and non-fatal mine accidents in Pennsylvania for the years 1869, 1871, 1872, 1874 (partial), 1875, 1877, 1879, 1880, 1882, 1883, 1884, 1887, 1888,...
    • Sherard, Gerald E. (Gerald Emerson), 1947-
    • 2007
    • Sioux Indian grass dance, on Cheyenne reservation near Pierre

    • Postcard of a group of Sioux men performing a grass dance on the Cheyenne reservation near Pierre, South Dakota. The man on the far left holds a large drum. Most of the men wear feathers on their heads and some hold feathers in their hands.
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    • [between 1885 and 1900?]
    • Sioux men

    • Three Native American Sioux stand in a row in the foreground in a grassy field. From left are Warrior, One-Tooth-Gone and Sole (Bottom of Foot). The men hold feathers in their hands and have feathers adorning their hair. They wear paint on their...
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    • [1890?]
    • Buffalo dance, San Ildefonso

    • Native American (San Ildefonso Pueblo) men and woman perform a buffalo dance at the San Ildefonso Pueblo, New Mexico. Men wear buffalo headdresses with horns, one headdress with antlers, body paint, kilts, pelts, feathers, and carry arrows. The...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • 1918
    • San Ildefonzo Pueblo buffalo dance

    • Native American (Tewa) men and women perform a buffalo dance, San Ildefonso Pueblo, New Mexico. A row of dancers form a circle to round up other dancers in the role of the buffalo. The hunter dancers wear feather headdresses, kilts, bodypaint and...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
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    • Men on horseback

    • A large group of American cowboys and Native Americans gathers on horseback in front of a tall wood fence in a camp for Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show in Europe, possibly Paris. Johnny Baker, a star of the Wild West Show known as the "Cowboy Kid"...
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    • [1889?]
    • Native American men in Wild West Show

    • A group of Native American men stoop over and walk through a dirt arena during a performance of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. The men wear feathers on their heads and carry long spears. The man in the right foreground carries a spear adorned with...
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    • [1901?]
    • San Ildefonzo buffalo dance

    • Native American (Tewa) men and women perform a buffalo dance, San Ildefonso Pueblo, New Mexico. A row of dancers form a circle to round up other dancers in the role of the buffalo. The hunter dancers wear feather headdresses, kilts, bodypaint and...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • 1910

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