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    • Chief Black Rock

    • Chief Black Rock, Native American Sioux man, he wears a long feather headdress and buffalo skin with horns, painted blanket and buckskin and holds a spear.
    • Dakota Indians--1850-1860.; Indians of North America--1850-1860.; Headdresses--1850-1860.; Clothing & dress--1850-1860.; Tribal chiefs--1850-1860.; Black Rock.
    • [1851?]
    • Dakota Chief One Horn

    • Head and shoulders portrait of Chief One Horn, a Native American Sioux; he wears a head scarf and buckskin shirt.
    • Dakota Indians--1850-1860.; Indians of North America--1850-1860.; Tribal chiefs--1850-1860.; One Horn.
    • [1851?]
    • Ka-ka-kel, Little Crow, a chief of the Mdewakanton Sioux

    • Studio portrait of Ka-ka-kel (Little Crow, Tshen-tan Wa-ku-wa Ma-ni, Hawk That Hunts Walking), Native American man and chief of the Mdewakanton Sioux, wearing a dress with animal pelt around neck, leggings, moccasins, and headband with feathers;...
    • Dakota Indians--1850-1860.; Indians of North America--1850-1860.; Mdewakanton Indians--1850-1860.; Tribal chiefs--1850-1860.; Little Crow, d. 1863.
    • [1858 or 1859]
    • Ne-sha-du-si-di-te-n-ku, The Chief Whom They Look Upon, Head Chief Republican Pawnees

    • Studio portrait of Ne-sha-du-si-di-te-n-ku (The Chief Whom They Look Upon), Native American man and Head Chief of the Republican Pawnees, wearing a bear claw necklace, animal fur turban, leggings, moccasins, and a blanket around his waist. He holds...
    • Indians of North America--1850-1860.; Pawnee Indians--1850-1860.; Tribal chiefs--1850-1860.; Whom They Look Upon, Chief.
    • [1858 or 1859]
    • Ma-za Ku-te Ma-ni, He That Shoots Metal Walking, an elective Chief of the Wahpeton Sioux

    • Seated studio portrait of Ma-za Ku-te Ma-ni (He That Shoots Metal Walking), an elected Chief of the Native American Wahpeton Sioux, wearing a suit, shoes, and neck scarf with a blanket wrapped around his waist.
    • Dakota Indians--1850-1860.; Indians of North America--1850-1860.; Wahpeton Indians--1850-1860.; Tribal chiefs--1850-1860.; He That Shoots Metal Walking.
    • [1858 or 1859]
    • Wama non sa, The Chief, a warrior of the Mdewakanton Sioux

    • Seated studio portrait of Wama non s'a, Native American man and warrior of the Mdewakanton Sioux, wearing a feather headdress, suit, leggings and blanket around his waist. He holds a calumet.
    • Dakota Indians--1850-1860.; Indians of North America--1850-1860.; Mdewakanton Indians--1850-1860.; Tribal chiefs--1850-1860.; Wama non s'a.
    • [1858 or 1859]
    • Ezh-na-nik-ka-ga-hi, The Lone Chief, a chief of the Poncahs

    • Seated studio portrait of Ezh-na-nik-ka-ga-hi (The Lone Chief), Native American man and chief of the Poncahs, wearing a jacket, neck scarf, moccasins, and a blanket wrapped around his waist.
    • Indians of North America--1850-1860.; Ponca Indians--1850-1860.; Tribal chiefs--1850-1860.; Lone Chief, Ponca Chief.
    • [1858 or 1859]
    • Winnebago Chief

    • Seated studio portrait of a Native American man and Winnebago chief wearing a turban with roach and feathers, striped shirt, earrings and wrapped in a blanket. He holds a war club.
    • Indians of North America--1850-1860.; Winnebago Indians--1850-1860.; Tribal chiefs--1850-1860.
    • [1858 or 1859]
    • Ne-sha-su-ru-re-ra-hi-kuts, a chief of the Republican Pawnees

    • Seated studio portrait of Ne-sha-su-ru-re-ra-hi-kuts, Native American man and chief of the Republican Pawnees, wearing an animal fur turban with feathers, bear claw necklace, arm bands, earrings, blanket around his waist, and moccasins; he holds a...
    • Indians of North America--1850-1860.; Pawnee Indians--1850-1860.; Tribal chiefs--1850-1860.; Ne-sha-su-ru-re-ra-hi-kuts.
    • [1858 or 1859]
    • Ma-za O-zhan-yahn, Transparent Iron, a chief of the Mdewakanton Sioux

    • Standing studio portrait of Ma-za O-zhan-yahn (Transparent Iron), a Native American man and chief of the Mdewakanton Sioux, wearing a headband with feathers and a long coat with a belt tie; he holds a ceremonial staff or a spear.
    • Dakota Indians--1850-1860.; Indians of North America--1850-1860.; Mdewakanton Indians--1850-1860.; Tribal chiefs--1850-1860.; Transparent Iron.
    • [1858 or 1859]
    • Ma-za o Ma-ni, Man Walking in Iron, a chief of the Wahpeton Sioux

    • Seated studio portrait of Ma-za o Ma-ni (Man Walking in Iron), a Native American man and chief of the Wahpeton Sioux, wearing a headband with feathers, jacket, leggings and a blanket around his waist.
    • Dakota Indians--1850-1860.; Indians of North America--1850-1860.; Wahpeton Indians--1850-1860.; Tribal chiefs--1850-1860.; Man Walking in Iron.
    • [1858 or 1859]
    • We-ga-sa-pi, Whip, Ponrah [i.e. Poncah] Chief

    • Seated studio portrait of We-ga-sa-pi (Whip), Native American man and Poncah Chief, wearing a bear claw necklace, shirt, leggings with quillwork, moccasins and a blanket around his waist.
    • Indians of North America--1850-1860.; Ponca Indians--1850-1860.; Tribal chiefs--1850-1860.; Whip.
    • [1858 or 1859]
    • Wa-mdi Tan-ka, The Great Eagle, a chief of the Mdewakanton Sioux

    • Seated studio portrait of Wa-mdi Tan-ka (The Great Eagle), Native American man and chief of the Mdewakanton Sioux, wearing a turban with roach and feathers, bear claw necklace, jacket, leggings, moccasins and a blanket around his waist; he holds a...
    • Dakota Indians--1850-1860.; Indians of North America--1850-1860.; Mdewakanton Indians--1850-1860.; Tribal chiefs--1850-1860.; Great Eagle.
    • [1858 or 1859]
    • Mo-ha-ko-ko, Rising Fish, a chief of the Sacs & Foxes

    • Seated studio portrait of Mo-ha-ko-ko (Rising Fish, Gleaming Fish, Fish Rising Above the Water), Native American man and chief of the Sacs and Foxes, wearing an otter skin turban, bear claw necklace, leggings, moccasins and a blanket around his...
    • Indians of North America--1850-1860.; Tribal chiefs--1850-1860.; Rising Fish.; Sac and Fox Nation--People--1850-1860.
    • [1858 or 1859]

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