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    • Wachitas, squaws

    • Studio portrait of two Native American Wichita women with long loose hair parted down middle, bare breasted, wearing dresses (pulled down), moccasins, necklaces, earrings, armbands, rings and bracelets; one is wrapped in a blanket. Woman the left...
    • Lone Wolf, Kiowa Indian--Family.; Indians of North America--1860-1880.; Wichita Indians--Women--1860-1880.
    • [between 1869 and 1875]
    • Wachitas, squaws

    • Studio portrait of three Native American Wichita women with long loose hair parted down middle, bare breasted, wearing dresses (pulled down), moccasins, necklaces, earrings, armbands, rings and bracelets; one wears a blanket.
    • Indians of North America--1860-1880.; Wichita Indians--Women--1860-1880.
    • [between 1869 and 1875]
    • Lonewolfs squaw, Chief of Comanches

    • Portrait of the wife of Lone Wolf (principal Chief of the Kiowa Nation,) a Native American Wichita woman with long loose hair parted down middle, bare breasts, wearing necklaces and earrings.
    • Lone Wolf, Kiowa Indian--Family.; Indians of North America--1860-1880.; Wichita Indians--Women--1860-1880.
    • [between 1869 and 1875]
    • Braves

    • Studio portrait of Lone Wolf's son, Sitting-in-the-Saddle (Tau-ankia, Tibone), a Native American (Kiowa) man. He wears a hair pipe breastplate, a metal bead bandolier, scarves in his braids, and a fur turban with a feather in it.
    • Indians of North America--1860-1880.; Kiowa Indians--1860-1880.; Lone Wolf, Kiowa Indian--Family.; Sitting-in-the-Saddle.
    • [between 1869 and 1874]
    • Braves and Squaws

    • Group portrait of three Native American Comanche women, left to right: Wap-pah, Marn-me (Morn-me), Qna-moth-kee and a young girl; they wear print dresses with blankets and long loose hair. They were taken prisoner by United States troops on the...
    • Comanche Indians--1860-1880.; Indians of North America--1860-1880.; Girls--1860-1880.; Prisoners of war--Texas--1860-1880.; Women--1860-1880.; Morn-me.; Qna-moth-kee.; Wap-pah.
    • [between 1869 and 1874]
    • Heap Wolves

    • Head and shoulders portrait of Heap Wolves (probably Esa-dowa) Native American Comanche. He wears a hair pipe breastplate, a patterned shirt, and long loose hair.
    • Comanche Indians--1860-1880.; Indians of North America--1860-1880.; Clothing & dress--1860-1880.; Heap Wolves.
    • [between 1869 and 1872]
    • Chief Powder Face, his wife, and child

    • Chief Powder Face, his wife, and child, Native American (Arapaho) man, woman, and boy pose outdoors near Hays, Kansas. The group sits on a blanket. Powder Face and his son wear hairpipe breastplates.
    • Arapaho Indians--Kansas--Hays--1860-1870.; Indians of North America--Kansas--Hays--1860-1870.; Hays (Kan.)--1860-1870.; Boys--Kansas--Hays--1860-1870.; Families--Kansas--Hays--1860-1870.; Women--Kansas--Hays--1860-1870.; Powder Face--Family.;...
    • [1869]
    • Whirl Wind

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Whirlwind, a Native American (Cheyenne) man. He wears a blanket, a scarf around his neck, and scarves that cover his braids.
    • Cheyenne Indians--1860-1880.; Indians of North America--1860-1880.; Men--1860-1880.; Whirlwind.
    • between 1869 and 1874
    • White Horse

    • Studio portrait of White Horse (Tsen-tainte) a Native American (Kiowa) man. He wears a hair pipe breastplate and a hair plate decorated with beads.
    • Indians of North America--1860-1880.; Kiowa Indians--1860-1880.; White Horse.
    • [between 1869 and 1874]
    • Chi-wek-kiethe & sister

    • Studio portrait of Chi-wek-kiethe and her sister, Looking-For-Something-Good (Cha-wa-ke) sitting on a buffalo robe. The Native American Comanche women wear dresses wrapped with blankets, bracelets, a beaded bag, moccasins and leggings decorated...
    • Comanche Indians--1860-1880.; Indians of North America--1860-1880.; Families--1860-1880.; Women--1860-1880.; Chi-wek-kiethe.; Looking for Something Good, Comanche Indian.
    • between 1868 and 1874
    • Big Bow

    • Studio portrait of Big Bow (Zepko-eete), a Native American (Kiowa) man. He wears a vest, a medal on a ribbon around his neck, and scarf over a braid.
    • Indians of North America--1860-1880.; Kiowa Indians--1860-1880.; Big Bow.
    • [between 1869 and 1874]
    • Shib-o-nester

    • 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.
    • [between 1869 and 1874]
    • Ho-Wear, Comanche Chief

    • Head and shoulders portrait of Ho-wear, a Native American Yapparika Comanche chief, wearing a shirt, patterned vest, and loose hair with chains woven on ends of small side braids, Fort Sill, Indian Territory, (Oklahoma).
    • Comanche Indians--1860-1880.; Indians of North America--1860-1880.; Tribal chiefs--1860-1880.; Ho wear.
    • [between 1869 and 1874?]
    • Powder Face. (Arapahoe chief in full war dress)

    • Native American (Araphoe) man, Chief Powder Face stands outdoors on a flat, grassy landscape, probably at Fort Sill, Indian Territory, (Oklahoma). He wears a full length feather headdress, a buckskin shirt with hair fringe, a hairpipe bead...
    • Arapaho Indians--Oklahoma--Fort Sill--1860-1880.; Indians of North America--Oklahoma--Fort Sill--1860-1880.; Fort Sill (Okla.)--1860-1880.; Spears--Oklahoma--Fort Sill--1860-1880.; Tribal chiefs--Oklahoma--Fort Sill--1860-1880.; Powder Face.
    • [between 1869-1874]
    • Horseback, Comanche Chief

    • Head and shoulders portrait of Horse Back (Tuh-huh-yet, Nau-qua-hip, Champion Rider) a Native American Noconee Comanche chief, wearing a shirt, vest, blanket over his shoulder, and a metal disk on his neck scarf, Fort Sill, Indian Territory,...
    • Comanche Indians--Indian Territory--Fort Sill--1860-1880.; Indians of North America--Indian Territory--Fort Sill--1860-1880.; Fort Sill (Okla.)--1860-1880.; Tribal chiefs--Indian Territory--Fort Sill--1860-1880.; Horse Back.
    • [between 1869 and 1874?]
    • Arapahoe lodge and squaws

    • Four Native American (Arapahoe) women sit by a large tepee in Fort Sill, Indian Territory (Oklahoma). They wear dresses with blankets over their shoulders and branches are scattered around their feet. A child stands at the tepee entrance next to a...
    • Arapaho Indians--Women--Oklahoma--Fort Sill--1860-1880.; Indians of North America--Oklahoma--Fort Sill--1860-1880.; Fort Sill (Okla.)--1860-1880.; Children--Oklahoma--Fort Sill--1860-1880.; Indian encampments--Oklahoma--Fort Sill--1860-1880.;...
    • [between 1869 and 1874]
    • Quir-par-ko or Lone Wolfs camp.

    • A Native American (Kiowa) woman walks through Lone Wolf's camp in Fort Sill, Indian Territory, (Oklahoma); she is wrapped in a blanket. In the camp are several tepees, wood piles, and platforms made of branches; the trees are without foliage.
    • Indians of North America--Oklahoma--Fort Sill--1860-1880.; Kiowa Indians--Oklahoma--Fort Sill--1860-1880.; Fort Sill (Okla.)--1860-1880.; Indian encampments--Oklahoma--Fort Sill--1860-1880.; Tipis--Oklahoma--Fort Sill--1860-1880.;...
    • [between 1869 and 1874]
    • Lone Wolf, Kiowa chief

    • Head and shoulders studio portrait of Native American (Kiowa) man, Chief Lone Wolf (Guipago). His braids are wrapped in cloth; he wears metal hoop earrings, a dark shirt, and a wool vest. He holds a hatchet pipe with a long barrel wrapped in wire...
    • Indians of North America--1860-1880.; Kiowa Indians--1860-1880.; Calumets--1860-1880.; Tomahawks--1860-1880.; Tribal chiefs--1860-1880.; Lone Wolf, Kiowa Indian.
    • [between 1869 and 1874]
    • Lone Wolf Comanches & Arappahos Chief [i. e. Kiowa]

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Lone Wolf (Guipago), a Native American (Kiowa) man. He wears a hair pipe breast plate, a metal bead bandolier, a fur pelt and a scarf over his braids, and beads in his hair.
    • Indians of North America--1860-1880.; Kiowa Indians--1860-1880.; Lone Wolf, Kiowa Indian.
    • [between 1869 and 1874]
    • Sun Boy

    • Studio portrait (standing) of Son of the Sun (Pai-talyi), a Native American (Kiowa) man. He holds a bow and arrow. He wears a fur pelt kilt, a military uniform, and a wide-brimmed hat.
    • Indians of North America--1860-1880.; Kiowa Indians--1860-1880.; Son of the Sun.
    • [between 1869 and 1874]
    • Sa-tank, killed near Fort Sill, I. T. June '74

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Satank (Sitting Bear, Set-angya), a Native American (Kiowa) man. He wears a blanket, and a bandolier.
    • Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Kiowa Indians--1870-1880.; Satank, Kiowa Chief, 1810-1871.
    • [between 1874 and 1880]
    • Lone Bear (Tarlo): dressed as an Osage boy

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Lone Bear, a Native American (Kiowa) boy. He sits on a fur covered chair. He wears beaded leggings, a hair pipe breastplate, face paint, and a feather in his hair.
    • Indians of North America--1860-1880.; Kiowa Indians--1860-1880.; Boys--1860-1880.; Clothing & dress--1860-1880.; Lone Bear, Kiowa Indian.
    • [between 1869 and 1874]
    • Little Raven's Sons

    • Possibly Little Bear and Shield, Native American (Arapaho) men pose near a wooden building, probably at Camp Supply, Oklahoma. The men wear blankets. One man wears a scarf and a necklace with a pendant around his neck, he holds a fan made of...
    • Arapaho Indians--Oklahoma--1860-1870.; Indians of North America--Oklahoma--1860-1870.; Little Raven--Family.
    • [1868?]

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