Studio portrait (seated) of a Native American man, he wears a bear claw necklace, a peace medallion, a loose shirt with leggings and moccasins, and a single feather, Colorado. He has a blanket on his lap and a flute attached to his wrist.
Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Men--1860-1870.
Henry Stone poses in leg irons. This member of the 13th (Thirteenth) Missouri Cavalry confessed to the murder of two men. Over 3000 people attended his execution in Denver, Colorado Territory, on May 24, 1866.
Portrait of Mariano Medina, a French / Native American guide, trapper, trader, and bounty hunter from Taos, New Mexico. He wears fringed leather coat with a fur collar and cuffs, moccasins, pants with a woven stripe, and he smokes a pipe.
Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Clothing & dress--1860-1870.; Guides & scouts--1860-1870.; Men--1860-1870.; Smoking--1860-1870.; Trappers--1860-1870.
Studio portrait of probably Frederick Douglass, Jr., writer, abolitionist, activist and son of abolitionist, Frederick Douglass. He wears a celluloid collar, tie, vest and jacket. His hair is parted to the side. He has a Van Dyke beard and mustache.
A studio portrait (seated) of Charles Nealy Sumner, the brother of Mrs. William Byers. He wears a loose shirt with a front panel buttoned up the sides and at the collar. He holds a document in one hand.
Men--1860-1870.; Byers, Elizabeth Minerva--Family.; Sumner, Charles Nealy.
Men in civilian clothing, probably a militia, stand in formation or sit on horseback and pose with rifles. Some of the men carry drums. Shows a brick, gabled building, horse-drawn wagons, children, horses and an American flag. An unidentified river...