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    • Pottawatomie [i. e. Potawatomi] Indian reservation Jackson Co, Kans Bow & Arrow shooting...

    • Clayton Bear, a Native American (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) man, a right hand amputee, draws a bow string with his teeth. Other men look on.
    • Prairie Band of Potawatomi Indians--People--1930-1940.; Indians of North America--Kansas--Mayetta--1930-1940.; Potawatomi Indians--Kansas--Mayetta--1930-1940.; Mayetta (Kan.)--1930-1940.; Potawatomi Indian Reservation (Kan.)--1930-1940.;...
    • 1938 October 9
    • Ute Indian Camp Garden of the Gods Shan Kive

    • Panoramic view of Native American (Ute) men, women and children, and white men at the Shan Kive (Colorado Springs Carnival) in Colorado Springs (El Paso County), Colorado. Utes pose in front of tipis and the sandstone rock formations of the Garden...
    • Indians of North America--Colorado--Colorado Springs--1910-1920.; Ute Indians--Colorado--Colorado Springs--1910-1920.; Colorado Springs (Colo.)--1910-1920.; Festivals--Colorado--Colorado Springs--1910-1920.; Tipis--Colorado--Colorado...
    • 1913
    • East High spotlight: vol 30 no 8

    • Newspaper produced by East High School of Denver, Colorado. Included in the paper are photographs of students, articles on school events and sports.
    • East High School (Denver, Colo.)--Students--Writings.; East High School (Denver, Colo.)--Periodicals.; High schools--Colorado--Denver--Periodicals.; Public schools--Colorado--Denver.; High schools--Colorado--Denver.; East High School (Denver, Colo.)
    • 1944 February 17
    • Ready for the charge - Apsaroke

    • A Native American (probably Crow) sits on a horse; he wears a feather headdress and holds a bow and arrows. He holds an arrow in his teeth.
    • Bow and arrow--1900-1910.; Crow Indians--1900-1910.; Indians of North America--1900-1910.; Headdresses--1900-1910.; Horseback riding--1900-1910.; Warriors--1900-1910.
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    • Trinity Echo: Volume IV, Number 10

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    • Trinity United Methodist Church (Denver, Colo.)--1890-1900.; Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church (Denver, Colo.) -- History. ; Methodist churches--Colorado--Denver--1890-1900.; Methodist Episcopal Church -- Colorado -- Denver -- Periodicals.;...
    • 1899 February
    • Baby Doe Tabor

    • Baby Doe (Elizabeth Bonduel McCourt Doe Tabor), widow of millionaire miner and U.S. Senator Horace A.W. Tabor, walks out of the shed addition to her cabin, at the Matchless Mine, in Leadville (Lake County), Colorado. She wears a long dress, a long...
    • Leadville (Colo.)--1930-1940.; Matchless Mine (Lake County, Colo.)--1930-1940.; Cabins.; Legislators' spouses.; Mining.; Older people.; Teeth.; Women.; Baby Doe, d. 1935.; Tabor, Horace Austin Warner, 1830-1899--Family.
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    • Crow Indian, Long Tail's wife Dancing costume 450 elk teeth.

    • A Native American (Crow) woman, identified as the wife of Long Tail, poses in her dance costume, which consists of a blanket around her waist and a shirt decorated with 450 elk teeth. She also wears necklaces and bracelets.
    • Crow Indians--1890-1910.; Indians of North America--1890-1910.; Long Tail, Crow Indian--Family.
    • [between 1890 and 1910?]
    • Sopris School

    • View of a set of displays that concern food and hygiene at the Sopris School in Sopris (Las Animas County), Colorado. A bust of President Abraham Lincoln is nearby. Signs read: "Good Teeth Good Health," "Take [Time] To Eat [?]," and "Clean Food...
    • Sopris (Colo.)--1910-1920.; Exhibitions--Colorado--Sopris--1910-1920.; Interiors--Colorado--Sopris--1910-1920.; Schools--Colorado--Sopris--1910-1920.
    • [1915]
    • Boys on Santa's lap J.B. Obering, 1050 Humboldt, Denver.

    • Two boys sit on the lap of J. B. Obering dressed as Santa Claus. The boys are dressed in one piece pajamas and wear slippers. Santa Claus wears a hat trimmed with fake fur and has on a fake beard. The boys, one with missing front teeth, hold toys....
    • Denver (Colo.)--1960-1970.; Children.; Hobby horses.; Toys.; Obering, Joseph B.; Santa Claus.
    • [between 1965 and 1968?]
    • 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.
    • Crow Indians--1910-1920.; Indians of North America--1910-1920.; Mothers & children--1910-1920.
    • 1912
    • The Solid Muldoon

    • Image of the masthead and advertisements in "The Solid Muldoon" newspaper, of Ouray, Ouray County, Colorado for Friday, April 12, 1889. Four large advertisements: "Windsor Restaurant, Graham Bros., Prop'rs, A Short-Order House! Where Everything the...
    • Solid Muldoon (Ouray, Colo.)--1880-1890.; Ouray (Colo.)--1880-1890.; Newspapers--Colorado--Ouray--1880-1890.
    • 1889 April 12
    • Crow women on horseback

    • Native American (Crow) women pose outdoors on horseback. They wear dresses decorated with elk teeth.
    • Crow Indians--1890-1900.; Indians of North America--1890-1900.; Horseback riding--1890-1900.; Women--1890-1900.
    • [between 1898 and 1900]
    • Little Wound, wife and son

    • Studio portrait (standing and sitting) of Little Wound a Native American (Oglala Sioux) man and his family. Little Wound holds a feather and wears beaded moccasins, fringed leggings and shirt, a medal, and feathers in his hair. His wife wears a...
    • Dakota Indians--1890-1900.; Indians of North America--1890-1900.; Oglala Indians--1890-1900.; Clothing & dress--1890-1900.; Families--1890-1900.; Little Wound, Oglala Chief--Family.; Little Wound, Oglala Chief.
    • 1899
    • St. Louis Catholic Church's first school bus Monsignor O'Heron helping to unload the school...

    • Monsignor O'Heron assists a little girl who is missing her front teeth, wears a plaid dress, a hair bow, and saddle shoes, and holds books and a purse as she exits the St. Louis Catholic School's new school bus, which appears to have been built in...
    • Englewood (Colo.)--1940-1960.; Buses--Colorado--Englewood--1940-1960.; Schools--Colorado--Englewood--1940-1960.; Students--Colorado--Englewood--1940-1960.; O'Heron, Monsignor.; St. Louis Catholic School (Englewood, Colo.)
    • [between 1945 and 1957?]
    • Little Wolf, Little Kula, and Captain C. Lyon Berg

    • Studio portrait (standing) of Captain Charles Lyon Berg, Little Wolf, and Little Kuhla, a white man, and Native American (Chyenne) man and girl. Little Wolf wears beaded moccasins, a blanket around his waist, and a feather headdress. Little Kuhla...
    • Dakota Indians--1900-1910.; Indians of North America--1900-1910.; Girls--1900-1910.; Military scouts--1900-1910.; Little Kula.; Little Wolf, d. 1904.; Berg, Charles Lyon.
    • 1908
    • Eagle Bull Sioux

    • Studio portrait (standing) of Eagle Bull, a Native American (Sioux) man. He holds a tomahawk pipe and wears bone and teeth necklaces and a fur pelt hat.
    • Dakota Indians--1890-1900.; Indians of North America--1890-1900.; Tobacco pipes--1890-1900.; Tomahawks--1890-1900.; Eagle Bull.
    • [between 1898 and 1900]
    • Indians

    • Plains Native Americans (possibly Arapaho and Sioux) pose on a street; women wear dresses decorated with rows of elk teeth or dentalium shells; men wear feather headdresses and hair pipe necklaces.
    • Indians of North America--1890-1910.; Headdresses--1890-1910.; Clothing & dress--1890-1910.; Women--1890-1910.
    • [between 1890 and 1910?]
    • The writer of the Bent articles, George Bent, and his wife Magpie

    • Portrait of George Bent, a mixed-blood who chose to live and fight as a Cheyenne warrior, with his wife Magpie. Bent wears a suit and moccasins, he has a moustache. Magpie wears a dress decorated with elk teeth, quillwork and fringe, and a hairpipe...
    • Cheyenne Indians--1900-1910.; Indians of North America--1900-1910.; Warriors--1900-1910.; Women--1900-1910.; Bent, George, 1843-1918.; Magpie, wife of George Bent.
    • 1906 March
    • Bill [i.e. Ben] Pickett famous cowboy

    • Studio portrait of Ben Pickett, brother or cousin of Bill Pickett. He holds a rope and wears cowboy boots, a vest, and wide-brimmed hat. He poses near a fur pelt on a pedestal.
    • African Americans--1910-1930.; Cowboys--1910-1930.; Pickett, Ben.; Pickett, Bill, ca. 1860-1932.--Family.
    • [between 1910 and 1930?]
    • Tells Lies, Sioux

    • Sitting studio portrait of a Native American (Sioux) woman, identified as Telling Lies. She wears a dress decorated with elk's teeth at the shoulders, a hair pipe necklace, choker, a bracelet, earrings, and braids.
    • Dakota Indians--1890-1900.; Indians of North America--1890-1900.; Women--1890-1900.; Telling Lies.
    • 1899
    • Native American government relations

    • Native American (Plains) men stand and sit near white men who sit behind a wooden table near a tepee. The Native American men wear blankets and necklaces made of teeth or claws. The white men wear wide-brimmed hats.
    • Indians of North America--Government relations--Great Plains--1890-1910.; Great Plains--1890-1910.; Meetings--Great Plains--1890-1910.; Tipis--Great Plains--1890-1910.
    • [between 1890 and 1910]
    • Indians killing buffaloes in the Missouri River

    • Native American men hunt American buffalo in the Missouri River. The men hold knives in their teeth and swim beside injured buffalo. People in canoes shoot bows and arrows. Shows the buffalo herd in the distance.
    • Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Missouri River--1870-1880.; Bison hunting--1870-1880.; Bison--1870-1880.; Rivers--1870-1880.; Swimming--1870-1880.
    • 1874
    • Freckled Face -Arapahoe-

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Freckled Face, a Native American (Arapaho) woman. She wears a dress decorated with elk teeth, a hair pipe necklace and choker, and bead necklaces.
    • Arapaho Indians--1890-1900.; Indians of North America--1890-1900.; Clothing & dress--1890-1900.; Women--1890-1900.; Freckled Face.
    • 1898
    • Spotted Tail (Sin-te-ga-lis-ta) Chief of Brule Sioux

    • Spotted Tail (Sinte Galeshka), his wife, and daughter, Native American (Brule Sioux) man and women, pose outdoors. Each person is wrapped in a blanket. Spotted Tail's daughter wears a hair pipe necklace and a dress decorated with teeth.
    • Brulé Indians--1860-1880.; Dakota Indians--1860-1880.; Indians of North America--1860-1880.; Families--1860-1880.; Tribal chiefs--1860-1880.; Women--1860-1880.; Spotted Tail, 1823-1881--Family.; Spotted Tail, 1823-1881.
    • [between 1869 and 1878]
    • Native American women cook outdoors

    • Native American (Plains) women cook outdoors over a fire. One woman sits on a blanket and rolls a piece of dough with a jar. Another woman stands nearby. The woman, who sits, wears a knit hat and a dress; the other woman wears beaded moccasins, a...
    • Indians of North America--Great Plains--1880-1910.; Great Plains--1880-1910.; Clothing & dress--Great Plains--1880-1910.; Outdoor cookery--Great Plains--1880-1910.; Women--Great Plains--1880-1910.
    • [between 1880 and 1910?]
    • Mr. Tom Dillon and wife, Lampo, S. D.

    • Studio portrait of Tom Dillon and his Native American wife. He wears shoes, pants, a decorative vest over a long sleeved shirt, and a hat. She wears a patterned blanket around her waist, a belt with metallic disk decoration, a shirt decorated with...
    • Indians of North America--1890-1910.; Spouses--1890-1910.; Women--1890-1910.; Dillon, Tom--Family.; Dillon, Tom.
    • [between 1890 and 1910?]
    • Colonel Wm F. Cody (Buffalo Bill) rehearses Summit Springs Battle

    • Native Americans, Carlo Myles, Nobby Clark, and William F. Cody rehearse for a reenactment of the Battle of Summit Springs. A Native American man and woman stand near a partially constructed tepee. The woman wears a dress decorated with elk teeth...
    • Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show--1900-1910.; Cheyenne Indians--Performances & portrayals--1900-1910.; Indians of North America--1900-1910.; Summit Springs (Colo.), Battle of, 1869--Commemoration.; Historical reenactments--1900-1910.; Horseback...
    • [between 1900 and 1910]
    • Municipal Facts: Volume 12 Numbers 5 and 6, 1929 May-June

    • Newsletter produced every two months by the City of Denver highlighting the civic, administrative, and informational aspects of government within the City.
    • Local government--Colorado--Denver.; Cities and towns--Colorado--Denver.
    • 19290500
    • Native American dancers

    • Native American (Plains) men and women participate in a dance. One man holds a drum. The men wear moccasins, leggings, fur pelts, and war bonnet feather headdresses. The women wear moccasins, beaded and fringed dresses, some decorated with elk...
    • Indian dance--Great Plains--1880-1910.; Indians of North America--Great Plains--1880-1910.; Great Plains--1880-1910.; Ceremonial dancers--Great Plains--1880-1910.; Clothing & dress--Great Plains--1880-1910.; Women--Great Plains--1880-1910.
    • [between 1880 and 1910?]
    • Denver Municipal Facts: Volume 2 Number 13, 1910 March 26

    • Newsletter produced by the City of Denver highlighting the civic, administrative, and informational aspects of government within the City.
    • Local government--Colorado--Denver.; Cities and towns--Colorado--Denver.
    • 19100326
    • [Sixteenth] 16th St. down from Curtis

    • Rooftop view of 16th (Sixteenth) Street in downtown Denver, Colorado. Pedestrians and trolley cars are on the street. The Tabor Opera House is nearby. Signs read: "Teeth Pulled Without Pain Crown and Bridge Work" and "Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co."
    • Denver (Colo.)--1900-1910.; Commercial streets--Colorado--Denver--1900-1910.; Street railroads--Colorado--Denver--1900-1910.
    • [between 1900 and 1910?]
    • Juanita Buck, wife of Tony Buck Sr.

    • Sitting studio portrait of a Native American Ute woman, identified as Juanita Buck, wearing beaded moccasins, a skirt, a shirt adorned with shells, a hair pipe choker, earrings, and a feather headdress. She holds a beaded pouch in her left hand and...
    • Buck, Tony--Family.; Indians of North America--Clothing & dress--1900-1930.; Ute Indians--Women--1900-1930.; Buck, Juanita.
    • [between 1900 and 1930?]
    • Standing Bear

    • Studio portrait of Standing Bear, a Native American (Ponca) man. He holds a tomahawk and wears beaded moccasins, a blanket, hair-pipe breastplate, necklace decorated with teeth, and feathers in his hair.
    • Indians of North America--1880-1900.; Ponca Indians--1880-1900.; Tribal chiefs--1880-1900.; Standing Bear, Ponca chief.
    • [between 1882 and 1900?]
    • Plenty Coos Chief of the Crow Indians and daughter

    • Chief Plenty Coups, a Native American (Crow) man, poses with his daughter and wears moccasins, leggings, a breech cloth, gloves, a fringed shirt with bead and fur decorations, a necklace, and a headdress. He has a blanket draped over his left arm...
    • Crow Indians--Children--1910-1940.; Indians of North America--Clothing & dress--1910-1940.; Tribal chiefs--1910-1940.; Plenty Coups, Chief of the Crows, 1848-1932--Family.
    • [between 1910 and 1932?]
    • Pine Ridge Indians Pine Ridge Indian Resv. So. Dak.

    • A Native American (Sioux) man and woman pose outdoors at the Pine Ridge Agency, South Dakota. The man wears traditional clothes that include a feather headdress, beaded moccasins and leggings, and a necklace made of teeth. The woman wears...
    • United States. Office of Indian Affairs. Pine Ridge Agency--1930-1940.; Dakota Indians--South Dakota--Pine Ridge--1930-1940.; Indians of North America--South Dakota--Pine Ridge--1930-1940.; Pine Ridge (S.D.)--1930-1940.; Shelters--South...
    • [between 1930 and 1940?]
    • Hairy Bear Ponca

    • Studio portrait of Hairy Bear, a Native American (Ponca) man. He holds a tomahawk and wears leggings, a beaded blanket, necklace decorated with teeth, and feathers in his hair.
    • Indians of North America--1880-1900.; Ponca Indians--1880-1900.; Hairy Bear.
    • [between 1882 and 1900?]
    • Julia Gerry with elk tooth dress

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Julia Gerry, a Native American (Shoshone) woman. She wears moccasins, a dress decorated with elk teeth, a leather belt decorated with metal, and bead necklaces with bead and medal pendants.
    • Indians of North America--1880-1890.; Shoshoni Indians--1880-1890.; Gerry, Julia.
    • [between 1884 and 1885]
    • Tsianina

    • Tsianina, a Native American (Cherokee) woman, poses indoors. She wears a fringed dress decorated with elk teeth, bead necklaces, and headband.
    • Cherokee Indians--1920-1930.; Indians of North America--1920-1930.; Clothing & dress--1920-1930.; Women--1920-1930.; Tsianina, 1892-
    • [between 1920 and 1930?]
    • Standing Buffalo Ponca

    • Studio portrait of Standing Buffalo, a Native American (Ponca) man. He holds a tomahawk and wears beaded moccasins, blanket, necklace decorated with teeth and a medallion, and a feather headdress.
    • Indians of North America--1880-1900.; Ponca Indians--1880-1900.; Standing Buffalo.
    • [between 1882 and 1900?]
    • Sioux Indians

    • Studio portrait (standing) of a Native American (Sioux) man and woman. The man wears beaded moccasins, leggings, armbands, and vest, a scarf around his neck and a bead and feather headdress. The woman wears beaded moccasins, a robe decorated with...
    • Dakota Indians--1880-1900.; Indians of North America--1880-1900.; Clothing & dress--1880-1900.; Women--1880-1900.
    • [between 1880 and 1900]
    • Porcupine

    • Studio portrait (standing) of Porcupine, a Native American (Sioux) man. He stands near a wooden fence. He wears a blanket around his waist, a bandolier made from animal teeth, and a hair pipe choker with a shell pendant.
    • Dakota Indians--1880-1910.; Indians of North America--1880-1910.; Clothing & dress--1880-1910.; Porcupine.
    • [between 1880 and 1910?]
    • Chief "Washakie"

    • Native American (Shoshone) Washakie and a girl pose near a tepee. Washakie holds a piece of cloth and points in the distance. He wears moccasins, a kilt, and a cloth belt. The girl wears moccasins, a leather belt decorated with metal, a dress...
    • Indians of North America--1880-1890.; Shoshoni Indians--1880-1890.; Girls--1880-1890.; Tipis--1880-1890.; Tribal chiefs--1880-1890.; Washakie, ca. 1804-1900.
    • [1885]
    • Washakie by tent with family and visitor soldier from hospital

    • Washakie, Charley Washakie, Washakie's Crow wife, Lee-gup, Annie Washakie, O-nah-vit-sie- Son of Washakie, Te-go-lah father of Annikie Map-pe-shu-kie- daughter of Washakie, Geo Washakie, Pan-zork, Sus-ann, Mah-tav-is, Sag-wot, Johnson Hit-Janip,...
    • Indians of North America--1880-1910.; Shoshoni Indians--1880-1910.; Children--1880-1910.; Spouses--1880-1910.; Tipis--1880-1910.; Women--1880-1910.; Washakie, ca. 1804-1900.
    • [between 1884 and 1885]
    • Dewey Beard, wife and daughter

    • Dewey Beard, his wife and daughter, Native American (Plains) man, woman, and girl, pose outdoors. Dewey Beard wears moccasins, leggings, a breechcloth, a fringed shirt, a hair pipe breast plate decorated with a medal, a necklace made of teeth, and...
    • Indians of North America--Great Plains--1880-1910.; Great Plains--1880-1910.; Clothing & dress--Great Plains--1880-1910.; Families--Great Plains--1880-1910.; Girls--Great Plains--1880-1910.; Women--Great Plains--1880-1910.; Beard, Dewey--Family.;...
    • [between 1880 and 1910?]
    • 16th St. down from Curtis St.

    • View of Curtis Street from 16th (Sixteenth) Street in Denver, Denver County, Colorado. Shows the Tabor Grand Opera House, pedestrians, and a trolley car. Signs read: "Teeth Filled Without Pain,", "F. E. Edbrooke & Co. Architects," "Hodgson...
    • Tabor Grand Opera House (Denver, Colo.)--1880-1900.; Denver (Colo.)--1880-1900.; City & town life--Colorado--Denver--1880-1900.; Commercial streets--Colorado--Denver--1880-1900.; Street railroads--Colorado--Denver--1880-1900.;...
    • [between 1882-1900]
    • Sioux Indians

    • Two young Native American (Sioux) girls pose on a grassy plain. One wears moccasins, a dark dress with elk tooth ornamentation, and a beaded necklace. The other wears a full length hide dress with fringe and elk's teeth, a belt with round disk...
    • Dakota Indians--1880-1910.; Indians of North America--1880-1910.; Girls--1880-1910.
    • [between 1880 and 1910?]
    • Native American women and children

    • Studio portrait (sitting and standing) of Native American (Shoshone) women and children. The women wear dresses, one decorated with elk teeth, and beaded necklaces. One child is in a beaded cradleboard.
    • Indians of North America--1880-1890.; Shoshoni Indians--1880-1890.; Children--1880-1890.; Cradleboards--1880-1890.; Infants--1880-1890.; Women--1880-1890.
    • [between 1884 and 1885]
    • The Owl Dance - Crow only

    • Native American (Crow) men and women stand with arms around each others waists and their backs to the viewer as they perform the Owl Dance, an exclusively Crow ceremony. The wear a mix of traditional and Euro-American dress, costume items of note...
    • Crow Indians--Dance--1900-1910.; Indians of North America--1900-1910.; Ceremonial dancers--1900-1910.
    • 1905

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