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    • Taos pueblo, south pueblo, adobe wall

    • South pueblo, multi-story adobe Native American (Taos) dwellings of Taos Pueblo, New Mexico. Shows windows, doors, ladders, platforms, beehive ovens, masonry wall, horse and wagon, dirt road.
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • 1910
    • Jicarilla Apache

    • Portrait of a Native American (Jicarilla Apache) man and women by an adobe wall; attire includes a felt hat, leggings, and a hair pipe necklace.
    • Beam, George L. (George Lytle), 1868-1935.
    • [between 1910 and 1920?]
    • Hopi women

    • Four Native American (Hopi) young women, all with sidewhorl hairstyles, sit together in front of a stone wall. Clothing includes plaid or printed shawls; dark wool mantas with small silver concha trim; lace petticoats, and wrapped boots. Shows a...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • [between 1911 and 1920?]
    • Turning Bear

    • Turning Bear, a Native American (Yanktonai Sioux) man poses outdoors. He holds a wooden staff, a cup, and a blanket. He wears beaded moccasins, leggings, a group of sleigh bells as a bandolier, a scarf around his neck and headband with feathers.
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    • [between 1910 and 1920]
    • Man on burro

    • Native American (Hopi) man sits side saddle on a burro. He wears a shirt, pants and headband. Behind him are men working around an adobe, pitched roof building.
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • [1918?]
    • Native American performers

    • A North American Indian man and boy, probably part of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Company, sit on a horse; they wear leggings, a feather headdress and a roach. The horse has bells on a strap around his neck.
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    • [between 1913 and 1915?]
    • Grandpa Walters, Buffalo Bill Circus, Devlyn [sic] Zouaves

    • Two Devlin's Zouaves, from the Sells Floto Circus and Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, hold rifles and pose in costume. The young man with a smile on the left is Charles Orville Walters. Both young men wear baggy pants, short jackets, sashes around...
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    • [Young] White Bull

    • Studio portrait of Young White Bull a Native American (Minniconjou Sioux) boy in a squatted action pose on a woven blanket, holding a rattle. He wears a roach with feathers, kilt, fur belt, moccasins, face paint, beaded arm and wrist bands, and a...
    • O'Neill Photo Co.
    • [1913?]
    • White Eagle, Sioux

    • Head and shoulders cut out image of poet White Eagle, Native American Dakota Sioux man. He wears a buckskin shirt, neck scarf and cowboy hat.
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    • [[between 1910 and 1920?]
    • Native American performers

    • Native American men sit on horses, they are probably members of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Company. They wear feather headdresses, a hairpipe breastplate, a roach, and leggings.
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    • [between 1913 and 1915?]
    • Native American performer

    • A Native American man sits on a horse, he is probably a member of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Company. He wears beaded leggings and a fringed buckskin shirt.
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    • [between 1913 and 1915?]
    • Apache women

    • Portrait of Native American (Apache) women wearing dresses and leggings, and holding baskets.
    • Beam, George L. (George Lytle), 1868-1935.
    • [between 1910 and 1920?]
    • Young White Bull

    • Standing studio portrait of a young Native American (Minniconjou Sioux) boy, identified as Young White Bull. He wears moccasins, fringed and beaded leggings, a dark shirt with elk tooth decoration, fur, necklaces, face paint, and beads and plumage...
    • Miller, James A.
    • 1913?
    • Young White Bull

    • Studio portrait of a Native American (Minniconjou Sioux) boy, identified as Young White Bull. He wears fur covered moccasins, a breech cloth, a hair pipe breastplate, a bear claw necklace, arm bands, leg bands with bells, face paint, and plumage in...
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    • [1913?]
    • Goes in the Lodge

    • Goes in the Lodge, a Native American (Arapaho) man poses outdoors. He wears a fringed shirt, hair pipe breastplate, medal, scarf with a shell clasp, and feathers in his hair.
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    • [between 1910 and 1920]
    • Sioux Indians cooking a dog

    • A Native American (Sioux) man and woman stand over a fire pit ostensibly cooking a dog. The dog is on its back with the man holding its forepaws and the woman its hind paws. Tents are in the background.
    • Purdy.
    • [between 1910 and 1920?]
    • Indian on a hillside

    • A North American Indian, probably a member of the Sells Floto Circus and Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, poses on a hillside. The hillside is covered with heavy vegetation.
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    • [between 1910 and 1917?]
    • Young White Bull

    • Studio portrait of a Native American (Minniconjou Sioux) boy, identified as Young White Bull. He wears fur covered moccasins, a breech cloth, a hair pipe breastplate, a bear claw necklace, arm bands, leg bands with bells, a bustle, face paint, and...
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    • [1913?]
    • White Bull and family

    • Studio portrait of a Native American (Minniconjou Sioux) man, identified as White Bull, and his son Young White Bull. The boy wears a traditional costume including moccasins, breech cloth, hair pipe breastplate, face paint, and plumage. White Bull...
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    • [1913?]
    • Young Ute brave and his squaw visiting

    • The painting shows a Native American camp, four lodges, Native Americans, two are on horseback (one male and the other is female), rocks, plains vegetation, mountains in the background and a blue sky with clouds.
    • Stobie, Charles Stewart, 1845-1931.
    • 1915
    • Sioux Indian dance

    • Native American (Sioux) men and women participate in a ceremonial dance in front of a crowd gathered beneath a shelter. Costumes include moccasins, leggings, fringed dresses, breechcloths, hair pipe ornamentation, beadwork decoration, and...
    • Purdy.
    • [between 1910 and 1920?]
    • The returning war party

    • Mounted Native American (Crow) warriors walk their horses through a stream upon their return from a battle. Many wear headdresses, others carry flags on long poles and weapons.
    • Throssel, Richard, d. 1933.
    • 1911
    • Crow Indian mother or the modern Madonna

    • Portrait of a Native American (Crow) woman holding a baby in her lap. She sits on a buffalo hide and wears moccasins, a blanket around her waist, and a shirt decorated with shells or possibly elk teeth. The infant is wrapped in a blanket.
    • Throssel, Richard, d. 1933.
    • 1912
    • Charles Walter[s] and North American Indian men

    • Charles Orville Walters and two North American Indian men, members of the Sells Floto Circus and Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, stand in front of a circus tent. One of the men, in a headdress and breastplate, shows an object to Orville Walters who...
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    • Buffalo Bill and cast

    • North American Indians (tribe unknown) from the Sells Floto Circus and Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, stand and sit near Buffalo Bill, who is seated on the ground. Chief Rocky Bear (Oglala Sioux, Dakota) wears a headdress and holds a ceremonial...
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    • Trick shot

    • A man in a patterned shirt and cowboy hat aims a rifle at a Native American woman with a cigarette in her mouth in preparation for a trick shot at a rodeo or pow-wow. The woman wears a full length buckskin dress decorated with fringe, the dress has...
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    • Buffalo Bill with Native American boys

    • Buffalo Bill stand with two American Indian boys at probably a powwow. He wears a suit with a broad brimmed cowboy hat, has long hair and a goatee. He shakes hands with one of the boys. The boys wears hair roaches, one wear a vest decorated with...
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    • McCook, McKevin, Pawnee, etc.

    • Studio portrait of Native American men (Ute) identified as (l to r) McQuin (McKewin), Jim McCook, Chief McCook, Francisco Cesspooch (Chapoose ?), and Pawinee (Pawnee). They wear felt hats, shirts, coats, pants, and shoes. One wears beaded gauntlets.
    • Sharpe.
    • between 1910 and 1920?]
    • Utes- early morning (Amy S. Kent, Maggie)

    • Native American (Ute) women, Amy S. Kent and Maggie, with water baskets by open tepee. Possibly at Garden of the Gods, Colorado Springs, Colorado. The women are probably in Colorado Springs for the Shan Kive (Colorado Springs Carnival).
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • 1911
    • Supt. Norton and Ruth R. Buffalo Bull, oldest living Ponca Indian

    • A white man, identified as Superintendent Norton, poses next to a Native American (Ponca) woman, identified as Ruth R. Buffalo Bull on an open plain. Norton wears shoes, pants, an overcoat, and a hat. Ruth Buffalo Bull, described as the oldest...
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    • 1917?
    • Garden of the Gods, Ignacio or southern Ute

    • A Native American woman (Ute) stands holding a cradleboard with a tightly secured baby, Garden of the Gods, Colorado. A bonnet protects the baby's head; the board is made of a branch doubled back on itself and bound by a stretched animal skin.
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    • 1911
    • Chipeta - Garden of the Gods

    • Portrait of Chipeta, Native American woman (Ute), wearing a plaid blanket and standing in the entry of a teepee.
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    • Summer, 1911
    • Chipeta - Garden of the Gods

    • Portrait of Chipeta, a Native American woman (Ute), wearing a plaid blanket. Shows a feather headdress hanging from a tree.
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    • 1911
    • Has the pipe

    • Standing portrait of a Native American (Siksika, Blackfeet) man, Has the Pipe, and a horse at Fort Belknap, Montana. The man wears a suit, a ribbon over his heart, and holds a hat in his hands.
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    • 1917?
    • Blackfoots lodge

    • View of a Native American (Blackfeet, Siksika) encampment comprised of three tepees. The tepee in the center has decorative and symbolic designs that include a ring of otters that are considered "strong medicine." A person sits in the shade of a...
    • Throssel, Richard, d. 1933.
    • 1911
    • Indians, Ute - Towee

    • Head and shoulders portrait of a Native American Ute man(?), identified as Towee. He wears a fringed hide shirt, squash blossom necklace, hair pipe choker, braid ornamentation, and an eagle feather headdress.
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    • 1911
    • Jim Joe, a Navajo

    • Jim Joe, an elderly Native American (Navajo) man poses outdoors. He wears a blanket, metal bead bandolier and squash blossom necklaces with najas, and cloth headband.
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    • [between 1915 and 1920]
    • Utes, John Deal and group

    • Group of eight Native Americans (Ute) pose in front of a tepee among trees. The elder man (probably John Deal), on the left wears an eagle feather headdress. Two women and three children wear traditional clothing. A blanket hangs over the tepee...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • 1911
    • Chief Running Bird

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Running Bird, a Native American (Kiowa) man. He wears a hair pipe breast plate, a scarf around his neck, fur pelts over his braids, a Fort Harmar Treaty medal on a ribbon around his neck, and a fur pelt hat.
    • Wanamaker, Rodman, 1863-1928.
    • 1913
    • Paiute

    • Native American (Paiute) man sits cross legged and holds a rifle; tepee and wagon in background.
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    • 1915
    • Shavano, Yega, Jim McCook and squaw

    • Standing portrait of Native Americans (Ute) near Delta, Colorado, identified as (l to r): Monk Shavano (nephew of Chipeta), Yega, Jim McCook and his wife. The men's costume includes buffalo horn and feather headdresses, hair pipe breastplates, a...
    • Nickson, John Dudley.
    • Summer, 1912
    • Ute Indians, Buckskin Charley

    • Standing portrait of a Native American Ute man, identified as Buckskin Charley, in front of a tepee. He wears braids, an eagle feather headdress, a loose shirt, leggings, a wrap around his waist, and holds a rifle in his hands.
    • Powell, Tod.
    • 1913
    • Chipeta & Hazel Eagan

    • Portrait of Chipeta (a Native American Ute woman) and Hazel Eagan.
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    • 1916 May 8th
    • Woman and metate

    • A North American Indian woman (Pueblo) poses with her hands on a grinding stone at a large metate. The stone sits in an adobe receptacle. She wears a manta made from a printed fabric.
    • McClure, Louis Charles, 1867-1957.
    • [between 1910 and 1920?]

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