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    • Municipal Facts: Volume 6 Number 5, 1923 May

    • Newsletter produced every two months by the City of Denver highlighting the civic, administrative, and informational aspects of government within the City.
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    • 19230501
    • Two bits to see the papoose

    • View of the Lincoln Tomb in Oak Ridge Cemetery in Springfield (Sangamon County), Illinois features a granite obelisk, bronze statues, a balustrade and staircase. Passengers in suits, hats and formal dresses admire North American (Shoshone) Indian...
    • Frenzeny & Tavernier.
    • 1874 October 24
    • Ute Indians - mother and child

    • Reproduction of a lithograph shows a Native American Ute woman holding up a baby in a cradleboard. Etched on the woman's clothing are the words: "The Nation's pet."
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    • 1887
    • Ute woman carrying "kunio" papoose carier

    • Native American woman (Ute) poses outdoors near a tepee, possibly at the old Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado Springs, Colorado; she wears beaded moccasins and leggings, print dress, and dark fringed blanket shawl; she carries beaded cradleboard on her...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • 1894
    • Eagle Feather & papoose Sioux

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Eagle Feather, a Native American (Sioux) man and his daughter. He wears a blanket and a hair pipe necklace. His daughter wears a dress decorated with elk teeth.
    • Rinehart, F. A. (Frank A.)
    • 1898
    • History of Denver

    • Comprehenisve study of the history of the Denver area before, during, and after the founding of the city.
    • Smiley, Jerome C. (Jerome Constant), 1858-1924.
    • 1901
    • Mrs. Loma and papoose

    • View of a Native American Flathead (Salish) woman, identified as Mrs. Loma, and her infant child. The child is on her lap as she fixes a roach on his head. The woman wears a print dress; the baby wears a print skirt, a dark shirt, and a necklace.
    • Stone, Benjamin.
    • 1907
    • Bannock Indians

    • Portrait of unidentified Native Americans (Bannock) by tepees, in Pocatello, Idaho for the Fort Hall Centennial; the women wear buckskin dresses and feathers. One holds a beaded bag and a baby in a cradleboard; a boy wears body paint and a...
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    • 1934
    • The Real Pioneers of Colorado

    • Transcript of a document originally written by Maria Davies McGrath in 1934. This document contains transcripts of all three volumes, arranged alphabetically by pioneers last name. Within each entry is a brief biography of the individual (s) who...
    • McGrath, Maria Davies, 1865-1951.
    • 1934
    • Tama squaw & papoose

    • A Native American (Sac (Sauk) and Fox) woman wears a skirt and a blouse with buttons and a banded collar and stands beside probably a baby hammock wrapped with fabric and strung between trees. A wagon, a wooden shelter, and metal pots are behind...
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [1898?]
    • Child on horseback

    • An unidentified Native American child poses on a pony on the Flathead Indian Reservation in western Montana. The child wears a striped shirt and sits on several patterned blankets covering the wood-framed saddle. Numerous trees are in the...
    • Boos, Edward H.
    • [1900]
    • Nanise & family Southern Utes

    • Nanise and his family, Native American Southern Utes, pose at (probably) Ignacio (La Plata County), Colorado; costume includes a feather headdress, blankets, embroidery, and a doll papoose. Tipis are in the background.
    • Buckwalter, Harry H.
    • [1901?]
    • Native American baby on a cradle board

    • A Native American baby, probably from one of the Pueblo Indian groups in New Mexico, is laced into a cradle board and leans against a split log wall. The cradle board is made of leather and only the face of the baby is exposed.
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1870 and 1900?]
    • Indians, papoose, N.M.

    • A Native American (tribe unknown) papoose (infant) is laced into a cradleboard that leans against a log cabin wall with chinking in New Mexico. Shows a hide-covered wooden cradleboard with fringe and woven textile adornments.
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1870 and 1900?]
    • Spotted Tail's papoose

    • Spotted Tail's baby in swaddling clothes and blankets. The baby is propped against a stump.
    • Cross, W. R. (William R.)
    • [between 1875 and 1885]
    • The Chief, Squaw & Papoose from Bergen Park

    • View of Chief Mountain, Squaw Mountain, Papoose Mountain, and meadows from Bergen Park (Jefferson County), Colorado.
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1880 and 1890?]
    • Omaha papoose

    • View of a sleeping Native American Omaha baby in a cradleboard that leans against an animal fur on a tepee.
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    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • Ute Indians

    • Group studio portrait of Julian Buck and his wife and child in a cradleboard and two other Native American Utes and one mestizo (Indian and Spanish ancestry). Dress includes leggings, moccasins, hairpipe breastplates and chokers.
    • Nast, Charles A.
    • [between 1880 and 1901]
    • Ute squaw and papoose

    • Studio portrait of a Native American Ute woman and a baby in a cradleboard. The woman wears a long dress and decorative shirt.
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    • [between 1880 and 1910?]
    • Indian woman and papoose

    • Sitting studio portrait of a Native American Ute woman holding a baby in a cradleboard.
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    • [between 1880 and 1910?]
    • A Ute squaw and papoose

    • Sitting portrait of a Native American Ute woman and a baby in a cradleboard posing next to the Los Pinos(?) River near Ignacio, La Plata County, Colorado. Shows a person kneeling to dip water from the river, buildings in background.
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    • [between 1880 and 1910?]
    • Supai papoose, Cataract Canon, Ariz.

    • A white man wearing a pith helmet holds a Native American Havasupai baby in a cradleboard, outside a brush shelter, Supai, Cataract (Havasu) Canyon, of the Grand Canyon, Arizona.
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    • [between 1882 and 1910?]

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