Pima Squaw Making Grain Basket
Title:
Pima Squaw Making Grain Basket
Phoenix Arizona (AZ), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Sep-20


Native American Women
Title:
Native American Women
Real Photo unused



Chief Yellow Thunder and Princess Yellow Thunder
Title:
Chief Yellow Thunder and Princess Yellow Thunder
Real Photo unused


Three Eskimo Children
Title:
Eskimo Children, Alaska
Alaska (AK), Real Photo PM 1952 Sep-1



Pedro, A Navajo Indian, NM
Title:
Pedro, A Navajo Indian, NM
White Border unused


Gay Head Indian Girl
Title:
Gay Head Indian Girl
Martha's Vineyard Massachusetts (MA), White Border PM 1924 Jul-3

Description:
C. T. American Art



Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology, Brown University
Title:
Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology, Brown University
Bristol Rhode Island (RI), Chrome unused

Description:
Off Route 136, Bristol, Rhode Island Interesting and colorful collections of Indian and Eskimo artifacts, and displays of tribal art objects from all over the world. Free admission. Phone 401-253-8388.


Glacier Park Hotel - East Glacier, Montana
Title:
Glacier Park Hotel - East Glacier, Montana
East Glacier Montana (MT), Chrome PM 1972 Aug-3

Description:
Blackfeet Indian in genuine Indian War dress greet the tourists at this main entrance to Glacier National Park.



Santo Domingo Indian Trading Post
Title:
Santo Domingo Indian Trading Post
Chrome PM 1964 Jul-27

Description:
Alicia If you will drive just a short way off U.S. Highway 85, halfway between Albuquerque and Santa Fe, you will meet, as many others have done, the lady who owns the friendly smile that greets you upon your visit to the Santo Domingo Indian Trading Post on the Santo Domingo Indian Reservation. In responses to the requests from the thousands of visitors to The Trading Post from all over the world, this picture of Alicia (The happiest "Indian" of them all) was made.


Ho-Te-Ma-We (Mocking Bird)
Title:
Ho-Te-Ma-We (Mocking Bird)
Cooperstown New York (NY), Chrome

Description:
Cherokee Indian Princess, brilliant interpreter of "Songs and Legends of the American Indian" at Totem Indian Village, Route 80, 6 miles north of Cooperstown, NY



Group in Native American Costume
Title:
Group in Native American Costume
Real Photo unused


Sioux Warriors in the Battle of the Little Bighorn
Title:
Sioux Warriors in the Battle of the Little Bighorn
Real Photo unused



Miss Michelle Ann Portwood, Arapahoe
Title:
Miss Michelle Ann Portwood, Arapahoe
Sheridan Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused

Description:
Miss (Indian) America XI; Wyoming Diamond Jubilee Queen. Michele, who was raised on the Wind River Indian Reservation, near Riverton, is a Junior at the University of Wyoming. She won the title Miss (Indian) America on the basis of beauty, personal charm, Indian characteristics, scholastic ability and dedication to the advancement of the Indian people at the All American Indian Days celebration held annually at Sheridan, Wyoming


Gay Head Girl
Title:
Gay Head Girl
Martha's Vineyard Massachusetts (MA), Chrome unused

Description:
Martha's Vinyard is the home of the Gay Head Indians. Among the island's most respected citizens, the Gay Headers have recently incorporated their reservation into a township thus becoming full American citizens. They lend a note of true Americana to the island's rich tradition.



A Typical Indian Girl
Title:
A Typical Indian Girl
Divided Back PM 1927 Mar-24


Apache Indians come in to draw Rations
Title:
Apache Indians come in to draw Rations
Divided Back PM 1908 Aug-31



Pueblo Indian with Olla
Title:
Pueblo Indian with Olla
Divided Back unused


Parade of Comanche Indians at Reservation
Title:
Parade of Comanche Indians at Reservation
Divided Back PM 1908 Feb-17



Yuma Indian Band
Title:
Yuma Indian Band
Chrome unused

Description:
Emil Eger The colorful Quechan Yuma Indian Band has become a very popular musical unit. The marching band entertains in many state & county fairs, also in the various Indian Pow=wows - Flagstaff, Window Rock, Gallup & many others. Their performance in the Big Western Parade previous to the Silver Spur Rodeo is always enjoyed by young & old alike. The entire 35-piece band are all Yuma Indians. The Quechan Yuma Indians live along the lower Colorado River on a 60,000 acre reservation. Curitech


Native American Chiefs In Full Dress
Title:
Real Photo unused



American Indian Chief in Native Attire
Title:
Real Photo unused


Five Indian Chiefs in Native Attire
Title:
Real Photo unused



Native American Man and Woman in Traditional Dress
Title:
Real Photo unused


American Indian Woman in Native Attire
Title:
Real Photo unused



Indian Woman and Chief outside of Tepee
Title:
Real Photo unused


Big-Man Chief in Headdress
Title:
Big-Man Chief in Headdress
Divided Back unused

Description:
Copyrighted 1903, F. A. Rinehart, Omaha, Neb.



"Rain in the Face", Sioux
Title:
"Rain in the Face", Sioux
Divided Back unused


Chief Wolfrobe, Cheyenne
Title:
Chief Wolfrobe, Cheyenne
Divided Back unused



"Annie Red Shirt" - Sioux
Title:
"Annie Red Shirt" - Sioux
Divided Back unused


American Indian Child in Native Dress
Title:
American Indian Child in Native Dress
Divided Back unused



Princess Angeline, Daughter of Chief Seattle
Title:
Princess Angeline, Daughter of Chief Seattle
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1007 Seattle, Wash.


Two Babies in Papooses
Title:
Two Babies in Papooses
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 6888 Brothers in Exile



An American Indian Woman carrying a Child on Her Back
Title:
An American Indian Woman carrying a Child on Her Back
Divided Back unused


Native American Baby in a Basket
Title:
Native American Baby in a Basket
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 6886 6886. Elation. Copyright, 1903 By Detroit Photographic Co.



Sioux Babies Little Bear and White Bull
Title:
Sioux Babies Little Bear and White Bull
Divided Back unused


Two Little Braves - Sac and Fox
Title:
Two Little Braves - Sac and Fox
Divided Back unused



Ceten-Kiya Chief Flying Hawk
Title:
Ceten-Kiya Chief Flying Hawk
Divided Back PM 1910 Sep-10


Native American Meeting and Gambling
Title:
Native American Meeting and Gambling
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series Hiawatha Said the lucky Pau-Puk-Keewis: "I will venture all these winnings, All against the young man yonder!"



Comic Illustration - Angry Native American Child
Title:
Comic Illustration - Angry Native American Child
Divided Back PM 1914 Feb-9

Description:
Bernhardt Wall I wuz mad enough to go on de warpath.


Painting of woman in Native American headdress
Title:
Painting of woman in Native American headdress
Divided Back unused

Description:
Young woman wearing feathered headdress, with long plaited hair and native American costume



Indians Picking Hops, Northwestern Pacific
Title:
Indians Picking Hops, Northwestern Pacific
Divided Back PM 1910 Aug-19


Two Cochiti Pueblo Boys Learning the Deer Dance
Title:
Two Cochiti Pueblo Boys Learning the Deer Dance
Divided Back PM 1918



Woosmargamesis (Little Warrior)
Title:
Woosmargamesis (Little Warrior)
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Woman in a Tepee
Title:
Woman in a Tepee
Real Photo unused



Holeville Village
Title:
Holeville Village
Hoteville Arizona (AZ), Linen unused

Description:
Atop the Hopi Mesa. Dating one hundred years back, this Hopi Village, and others like it, are still inhabited. The famous snake dance, the Hopi Indians' prayer for rain, is held each year in this country.


Papago Olla Race
Title:
Papago Olla Race
Linen unused

Description:
At Rodeo time, throughout the Southwest Indians from the various reservations come many miles to exhibit their wares and participate in the games, ceremonial dances and tests of skill which are usually part of Rodeo Week's entertainment.



Bennert's Cafe
Title:
Bennert's Cafe
Chicago Illinois (IL), Divided Back

Description:
80 E. Jackson Boul. Chicago


Mackaninies' Transportation
Title:
Mackaninies' Transportation
Alaska (AK), Divided Back unused



Native American Woman
Title:
Native American Woman
Real Photo unused

Description:
A Native American woman sits on the ground to pose for the camera.


Eskimo Chief and Family
Title:
Eskimo Chief and Family
Real Photo PM 1951 Sep-15



Indian Woman on Horseback
Title:
Indian Woman on Horseback
Arizona (AZ), Real Photo


Native American Man by a Lake
Title:
Native American Man by a Lake
Arizona (AZ), Real Photo unused



Obleka, an Eskimo Girl
Title:
Obleka, an Eskimo Girl
Real Photo unused


Hotel des Saints-Peres, 65, rue des Saints-Peres, Paris
Title:
Hotel des Saints-Peres, 65, rue des Saints-Peres, Paris
Divided Back unused



Capt. John Smith and Pocahontas Portraits with Scenes
Title:
Capt. John Smith and Pocahontas Portraits with Scenes
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 5530 Scene in Tee Pee, Ship sailing, crest.


Reflections
Title:
Reflections
Divided Back PM Aug-19

Description:
Series 124



Indian Papoose
Title:
Indian Papoose
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905 Sep-12


Seminole Indian Squaw and Papoos
Title:
Seminole Indian Squaw and Papoos
Real Photo



Seminole Indian Baby Show
Title:
Seminole Indian Baby Show
Real Photo


Greetings from Santo Domingo Indian Reservation
Title:
Greetings from Santo Domingo Indian Reservation
New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Pueblo Cermonial Dances Throughout New Mexico, the only state where Indian Pueblos are located, ancient ceremonial dances are performed on various dates during the year. They are done in the same way now as they have been for over 800 years.



Santo Domingo Indian Trading Post
Title:
Santo Domingo Indian Trading Post
New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1960 Oct-25

Description:
In the center of the Santo Domingo Indian Reservation, halfway between Santa Fe and Albuquerque, New Mexico on Hiway 85 is one of the real, old time, trading posts. Thoroughly genuine in every respect, the nearby Indians still bring their jewelry, corn, wheat, chili peppers and beautiful beadwork to exchange at the Trading Post for food, clothing, and other essentials of life. Thousands of visitors from all over the world buy genuine Indian articles and thoroughly enjoy their visit to the old Trading Post throughout the year.


Photo portrait of an American Indian man
Title:
Photo portrait of an American Indian man
Divided Back unused



Souvenir From Fairfax, Minn.
Title:
Souvenir From Fairfax, Minn.
Divided Back unused


Indian Maiden
Title:
Indian Maiden
Divided Back PM 1912 Dec-19



Portrait of a Native American man
Title:
Portrait of a Native American man
Divided Back unused


Indian Camp
Title:
Indian Camp
Oklahoma (OK), Divided Back PM 1916 Oct-18



A Pueblo symbolic signature
Title:
A Pueblo symbolic signature
Springfield Massachusetts (MA), Linen unused

Description:
Wo Peen. This painting is the artist's symbolic signature. The translation in English of Wo Peen is Medicine Mountain.


Legend of the white canoe
Title:
Legend of the white canoe
Niagara Falls New York (NY), Linen PM 1948 Aug-5

Description:
Living beside mighty Niagara, the peaceful tribe of the Ongiaras believed that its roar was the voice of the Great Spirit. Each year it was the custom to offer the fairest of their maidens as a sacrifice.



U.S. Indian School
Title:
U.S. Indian School
Tomah Wisconsin (WI), Linen PM 1945 Feb-16


Early American horno
Title:
Early American horno
Real Photo unused

Description:
A mud adobe-built outdoor oven



Kimo Indian Theatre
Title:
Kimo Indian Theatre
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen


Chief Wabeness (white bird)
Title:
Chief Wabeness (white bird)
Chrome unused

Description:
Chief of the Saginaw-Swan Creek-Black River Chippewa Tribe Descendant of Chiefs Kawgaygezhick and Penaysewawbe signers of the 1855 Chippewa treaty, Chief Wabeness actively represents his Tribe before the Indian Claims Commission, and is active in Tribal Ceremonies throughout Michigan



Chief White Wolf and Happy Day Woman - Members of the Chippewa Tribe
Title:
Chief White Wolf and Happy Day Woman - Members of the Chippewa Tribe
St Ignace Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Chippewa Totem Village 9 miles west of Mackinac Bridge


Cheer up Little Friend, I'm Going to do Your Scouting for You
Title:
Cheer up Little Friend, I'm Going to do Your Scouting for You
Divided Back PM 1918 Feb-7

Description:
Series 425-2



The Whole 'Lo" Family
Title:
The Whole 'Lo" Family
Divided Back unused

Description:
Poor Lo Mrs. Lo The Lo-cation Hel-lo Consuel-lo Buffa-lo Bunga-low Sal-low Bil-low and Pil-low Yel-low So-lo


Indians at Ernest Thompson Setons
Title:
Indians at Ernest Thompson Setons
Cos Cob Connecticut (CT), Divided Back PM 1910 Jun-23



An Indian Camp, near Mt. Rainier
Title:
An Indian Camp, near Mt. Rainier
Washington (WA), Divided Back PM 1915 Jul-15


Eskimo and his Kyak
Title:
Eskimo and his Kyak
Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



Indian Sitting in Front of Tepee
Title:
Indian Sitting in Front of Tepee
Real Photo unused


Indian Sitting in Front of Tepee
Title:
Indian Sitting in Front of Tepee
Real Photo unused



Native American in Headdress, Holding Striped Blanket
Title:
Native American in Headdress, Holding Striped Blanket
Real Photo unused


Fourth of July Parade - Native American Indians
Title:
Fourth of July Parade - Native American Indians
Springfield Massachusetts (MA), Real Photo PM 1910 Jul-16



Native American Family In Front of Department Store
Title:
Native American Family In Front of Department Store
Real Photo unused


San Blas Indian Hut & Family
Title:
San Blas Indian Hut & Family
Real Photo unused



Indian Maiden in Traditional Outfit Stands by Canoe
Title:
Indian Maiden in Traditional Outfit Stands by Canoe
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 6020


It Feels So Good to be Near You!
Title:
It Feels So Good to be Near You!
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 7



A Young Indian Brave
Title:
A Young Indian Brave
Real Photo PM 1944 Jun-1


Naitive American Children, Pappooses
Title:
Naitive American Children, Pappooses
Real Photo unused



Naitive American in Full Dress
Title:
Naitive American in Full Dress
Real Photo unused


Chief Health Water at Richardson SPrings - in the Mountains Near Chico, Butte County, California
Title:
Chief Health Water at Richardson SPrings - in the Mountains Near Chico, Butte County, California
Chico California (CA), Linen unused

Description:
Chief Health Water is a symbol of the health giving waters that have benefitted thousands at this famous resort. The Indians were the real discoverers of the medical properties of these waters which are yours now to enjoy with modern treatment and accommodations



King Tower One-Stop Service Station
Title:
King Tower One-Stop Service Station
Tama Iowa (IA), Linen unused

Description:
24 hour service; located on the Lincoln Highway US No. 30 & 64; one-half mile east of Tama, Iowa; halfway between Chicago and Omaha; air-conditioned cafe; modern heated cabins; complete garage service Salesman's Sample


Maisel's Indian Trading Post
Title:
Maisel's Indian Trading Post
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
510 West Central Avenue Salesman's Sample



A North American Indian in Traditional Head-Dress
Title:
A North American Indian in Traditional Head-Dress
Chrome unused


Modoc Indian Leaders
Title:
Modoc Indian Leaders
Chrome unused

Description:
Captain Jack and Schonchin John, Modoc Indian leaders, photographed after their capture by the U.S. Army, June, 1873



Chief Red Feather
Title:
Chief Red Feather
Chrome unused

Description:
Chief Red Feather is a Navajo-Sioux Indian who has for many years greeted the guests at Knott's Berry Farm. His striking costume is more Sioux than Navajo. To meet this friendly man will be to better know and appreciate our American Indians


Natives Representing Wild Indians on Carnival Day, Trinidad, B. W. I
Title:
Natives Representing Wild Indians on Carnival Day, Trinidad, B. W. I
PM 1912 Nov-18



Indian Squaw Aunt Kate, Age 114
Title:
Indian Squaw Aunt Kate, Age 114
Chickasha (IT), Post Card (Undivided Back)


Chief Medicine Man Napoleon Madison of the Gay Head Indians
Title:
Chief Medicine Man Napoleon Madison of the Gay Head Indians
Chrome unused

Description:
Wampanoag Tribe



Gay Head Girl
Title:
Gay Head Girl
Martha's Vineyeyard Massachusetts (MA), Chrome unused

Description:
Martha's Vineyard is the home of the Gay Head Indians. Among the Island's most respected citizens, the Gay Headers have recently incorporated their reservation into a township thus becoming full American citizens. They lend a note of true Americana to the Island's rich tradition


Last Horse, Chief
Title:
Last Horse, Chief
Divided Back PM 1905 Nov-4

Description:
Series 236



Chief Sunny Skies Showing Jewelry
Title:
Chief Sunny Skies Showing Jewelry
Real Photo


Menominee Indian Reservation
Title:
Menominee Indian Reservation
Real Photo unused



Ramona
Title:
Ramona
Real Photo unused


The Three Seminole Medicine Men
Title:
The Three Seminole Medicine Men
Real Photo unused



Chief Manitou
Title:
Chief Manitou
Real Photo unused


Eskimo Boy From Barrow
Title:
Eskimo Boy From Barrow
Barrow Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



Papoose Weeps in his Caleleeps
Title:
Papoose Weeps in his Caleleeps
Real Photo unused


A Workroom in the Indian Building
Title:
A Workroom in the Indian Building
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
In the Indian Building at Albuquerque are a number of Navahos spinning and dyeing wool, weaving blankets, and making silver ornaments with their crude tools. Among them is Elle, the most famous weaver among the Navahos, and Tom of Ganado, her husband, and Indians from other tribes - Santo Domingo, Isleta, Laguna and San Felipi, are lounging around in their picturesque costumes



Haines-Port Chilkoot, Alaska
Title:
Haines-Port Chilkoot, Alaska
Chilkoot Alaska (AK), Chrome unused

Description:
Ancient tribal dances, depicting the early lives of the Indians, are performed by the colorful Chilkat Indians


The Little Eagle Family
Title:
The Little Eagle Family
Wisconsin Dells Wisconsin (WI), Chrome unused

Description:
Chief; wife, Sannay-Me-Na-Ka; son, Walking on Blue Sky; daughter, Shining Brightly



Jerilyn E. Le Beau Miss American Indian XXVII
Title:
Jerilyn E. Le Beau Miss American Indian XXVII
Sheridan Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused

Description:
Jerilyn hails from Eagle Butte, South Dakota. Her Indian name, Chapa Muza Wena, which means Iron Beaver Woman, finds her duly qualified to represent the million or more Indian people of this country. She holds great pride in her title, and hopes for the same in the next MIA, who will be crowned during the pageant July 28, 29, 30, 31, August1, 1982 in Sheridan, Wyoming. For further information write c/o Miss Indian America Pageant, Box 451, Sheridan, Wyoming 82801


Traditional Alaskan Fish-Curing
Title:
Traditional Alaskan Fish-Curing
Alaska (AK), Chrome unused

Description:
Much of Alaska's native population still follows centuries-old fish-curing methods



Greetings from Roxana
Title:
Greetings from Roxana
Divided Back PM 1912 Aug-6


The Portage
Title:
The Portage
Divided Back unused

Description:
Where streams become too swift to make headway against the current in the canoes, portaging is resorted to. Canoes and their cargo are packed on the heads and shoulders of the crew to the head of the rapids. Many Indians carry a surprising weight for miles



Travois and Squaws
Title:
Travois and Squaws
Divided Back unused

Description:
Travois formed of two long poles, crossed over the horse's withers, with a platform of hide and wood built on behind, forms the most convenient method of transporation over the plains for Indians, even at this date


Hope Snake Dance, Arizona
Title:
Hope Snake Dance, Arizona
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 13959 The Snake Dance is a ceremony lasting nine days and nights, the dance itself taking place on the ninth or final day. It is the most weird, unique and amazing spectacle to be found in any part of the world. The snakes are gathered from the country around and kept under the control of the Snake Priests nine days and at the end of the dance they are dropped into one wriggling, writhing mass, and each snake man participating as he passes the heap at a rapid gait plunges both hands into the mass and catches up as many snakes as he can possibly grasp in two hands and returns with them to the mesa below



Pocahontas and John Smith
Title:
Pocahontas and John Smith
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 96-122


Group of Sioux Indian Chiefs
Title:
Group of Sioux Indian Chiefs
Divided Back unused



Indian Chief Smoking Peace Pipe
Title:
Indian Chief Smoking Peace Pipe
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 16 You smoke up


The Indian Trusts in His Symbol of Luck. But it's Best to Depend on Hustle and Pluck
Title:
The Indian Trusts in His Symbol of Luck. But it's Best to Depend on Hustle and Pluck
Divided Back PM 1910 Jun-10



The Last of the Tribe
Title:
The Last of the Tribe
Private Mailing Card unused

Description:
Series 116


Salt Pillars and Salt Caves Along the Banks of the Fort Apache Indian Reservation
Title:
Salt Pillars and Salt Caves Along the Banks of the Fort Apache Indian Reservation
Chrome unused



Eagle Feather & Papoose, Sioux
Title:
Eagle Feather & Papoose, Sioux
Divided Back unused


Chief "Yellow Hair"
Title:
Chief "Yellow Hair"
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 202253



Greeting from Sioux Falls, S.D
Title:
Greeting from Sioux Falls, S.D
Divided Back unused


Man in Native American Dress
Title:
Man in Native American Dress
Divided Back unused



Chief "Bear Goes in the Wood"
Title:
Chief "Bear Goes in the Wood"
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 20225


Profile of Yellow Wolf - Indian Chief
Title:
Profile of Yellow Wolf - Indian Chief
Divided Back PM 1908



When you Want me I'm Ready
Title:
When you Want me I'm Ready
Divided Back unused


Won't you be my Minnehaha?
Title:
Won't you be my Minnehaha?
Divided Back unused



You are my Hiawatha
Title:
You are my Hiawatha
Divided Back unused


A Sarcee Family
Title:
A Sarcee Family
Divided Back unused



A Group of Soney Indians
Title:
A Group of Soney Indians
Divided Back unused


Indian Travois and Tepee
Title:
Indian Travois and Tepee
Divided Back unused



Color Profile of Chief Hollow Horn Bear
Title:
Color Profile of Chief Hollow Horn Bear
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 5701


Indian Maiden
Title:
Indian Maiden
Divided Back



Indian Princess
Title:
Indian Princess
Divided Back unused


The Last Council of the Pottawatomies, 1833 - Central Trust Company of Illinois
Title:
The Last Council of the Pottawatomies, 1833 - Central Trust Company of Illinois
Divided Back unused



Eskimo Mickaninnies on Parade
Title:
Eskimo Mickaninnies on Parade
Divided Back


Eskimos in their igloo
Title:
Eskimos in their igloo
Divided Back



Alaskan Indian Totem Poles
Title:
Alaskan Indian Totem Poles
Real Photo unused

Description:
Series 402-E


Chief Multnomah
Title:
Chief Multnomah
Real Photo unused



Apache Devil Dance
Title:
Apache Devil Dance
Real Photo unused


Native American Woman with Baby in a Cradle
Title:
Native American Woman with Baby in a Cradle
Real Photo



Gathering of Native Americans
Title:
Gathering of Native Americans
Real Photo unused


On the War Path
Title:
On the War Path
Divided Back

Description:
The Wild West U.S.A Series II, 9532



From his Forehead Fell His Tresses, The Song of Hiawatha, Longfellow
Title:
From his Forehead Fell His Tresses, The Song of Hiawatha, Longfellow
Divided Back unused

Description:
Hiawatha Series II, 9011


All These Women Married Warriors, Married Brave and Haughty Husbands. The Song of Hiawatha
Title:
All These Women Married Warriors, Married Brave and Haughty Husbands. The Song of Hiawatha
Divided Back unused

Description:
Hiawatha Series II, 9011 Longfellow



Down the Rivers, O'er the Prairies, Came the Warriors of the Nations, The Song of Hiawatha
Title:
Down the Rivers, O'er the Prairies, Came the Warriors of the Nations, The Song of Hiawatha
Divided Back unused

Description:
Hiawatha Series II, 9011


Down the Rivers, O'er the Prairies, Came the Warriors of the Nations, The Song of Hiawatha
Title:
Down the Rivers, O'er the Prairies, Came the Warriors of the Nations, The Song of Hiawatha
Divided Back PM 1905 Feb-21

Description:
Hiawatha Series II, 9011



Black Chicken
Title:
Black Chicken
Divided Back unused

Description:
Black Chicken is here shown with a peace pipe which has done service at many important gatherings of Indians and white men during the past quarter of a century. The pipe holds an important place in the ritual of all Indian tribes, and no great ceremony is complete without it. It is generally symbolic of peace and truth, and, as a peace emblem, is smoked in solemn ratification of treaties, being itself in the nature of an oath


Chief Eagle Track
Title:
Chief Eagle Track
Divided Back PM 1914 Jul-27

Description:
Eagle Track is one of the rulers of the Indians who inhabit the famous Rosebud Agency in South Dakota. This Rosebud Agency is one of the largest tracts of country set aside by the United States Government for the use of the Red Men. It contains more than three million acres, and is inhabited by above five thousand Indians, who make considerable money each year by raising cattle



Yellow Thunder
Title:
Yellow Thunder
Divided Back unused

Description:
Yellow Thunder is physically a magnificent representative of the Sioux, the largest and most intelligent Indian tribe in the United States. The Sioux are now known as a "prairie tribe," but there is reason to believe that they once roamed not only throughout a large portion of the Middle West, but also on the south Atlantic slope of the United States. By reason of their superior numbers, the Sioux have always exercised lordship over all neighbouring tribes


Wampum Belts, and Strings and Pouches, Quivers Wrought with Beads of Wampum
Title:
Wampum Belts, and Strings and Pouches, Quivers Wrought with Beads of Wampum
Divided Back unused

Description:
Hiawatha Series 1360 The Song of Hiawatha - Longfellow



Streaked with Crimson, Blue and Yellow, Crested with Great Eagle Feathers, The Song of Hiawatha
Title:
Streaked with Crimson, Blue and Yellow, Crested with Great Eagle Feathers, The Song of Hiawatha
Divided Back PM 1908 Aug-5

Description:
Hiawatha Series I, 1360


Tall of Stature, Broad of Shoulder, Dark and Terrible in Aspect
Title:
Tall of Stature, Broad of Shoulder, Dark and Terrible in Aspect
Divided Back unused

Description:
Hiawatha Series 1360 The Song of Hiawatha - Longfellow



Not afraid of Pawnee
Title:
Not afraid of Pawnee
Divided Back unused

Description:
Not afraid of Pawnee illustrates the significance which frequently attaches to Indian names. "Not afraid of Pawnee" is a Sioux, and the Sioux, as is well known, are unequalled in warlike character by any other Indian tribe, unless it be the Cheyenne. The war which brought the Sioux most prominently to the attention of the white men was the famous Sioux war of 1876-1877, the chief incident of which was the defeat and massacre of an entire detachment under General Custer


Clad in all Their Richest Raiment, Robes of Fur and Belts of Wampum, The Song of Hiawatha
Title:
Clad in all Their Richest Raiment, Robes of Fur and Belts of Wampum, The Song of Hiawatha
Divided Back PM 1907 Apr-17

Description:
Hiawatha Series II, 9011 Longfellow



From his Forehead Fell His Tresses, Smooth and Parted Like a Woman's, The Song of Hiawatha
Title:
From his Forehead Fell His Tresses, Smooth and Parted Like a Woman's, The Song of Hiawatha
Divided Back unused

Description:
Hiawatha Series I, 1360


From his Forehead Fell His Tresses, Smooth and Parted Like a Woman's, The Song of Hiawatha
Title:
From his Forehead Fell His Tresses, Smooth and Parted Like a Woman's, The Song of Hiawatha
Divided Back unused

Description:
Hiawatha Series I, 1360



Chief Eagle Feather
Title:
Chief Eagle Feather
Divided Back

Description:
Series 3423


Chief Thunderbird
Title:
Chief Thunderbird
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 5710 The Navajo Indian reservation is reached from Gallup, Holbrook and Winslow. The Navajo has been called the Bedouin of the Desert from the fact that he never settles for any length of time in any one village or pueblo, but wanders here and there, abiding in temporary structures and living the life of an itinerant, tending his flocks of sheep, weaving blankets, or fashioning crude yet beautiful ornaments from coin silver



Chief Red Cloud
Title:
Chief Red Cloud
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 5705


Chief Sitting Bull
Title:
Chief Sitting Bull
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 5702



Chief Wolf Robe
Title:
Chief Wolf Robe
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 5708


Chief Red Cloud
Title:
Chief Red Cloud
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 5705



Chief Thunderbird
Title:
Chief Thunderbird
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 5710 The Navajo Indian reservation is reached from Gallup, Holbrook and Winslow. The Navajo has been called the Bedouin of the Desert from the fact that he never settles for any length of time in any one village or pueblo, but wanders here and there, abiding in temporary structure and living the life of an itinerant, tending his flocks of sheep, weaving blankets, or fashioning crude yet beautiful ornaments from coin silver


A Pueblo Belle
Title:
A Pueblo Belle
Divided Back PM 1926 Mar-16

Description:
Series 5713 No other Indian women and few of the gentler sex among the white people possess the rights of the Pueblo woman. Is she wills it, she may dismiss her husband on the slightest pretext. When the daughters marry they bring the son-in-law home to mother. Divorce is easy among them and they are monogamists



Chief Geronimo
Title:
Chief Geronimo
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 5707 Chief Geronimo is probably the greatest of all Indian war chiefs living. He led his band against the forces of the United States for nearly eighteen years, and in that time committed more depredations and atrocities than any other band of Indians ever dared to commit. Pikes Peak Rodeo Greatest of All Wild West Shows Colorado Springs, Aug. 15, 16, 17 Write the Chamber of Commerce for full information. $8,500 in Prizes


Chief Wolf Robe
Title:
Chief Wolf Robe
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 5708



A Pueblo Indian Child
Title:
A Pueblo Indian Child
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 5700 In its joys and momentary griefs the Indian child varies little from its white cousin. The responsibilities of the girl children begin early; they are nursemaids to their younger brothers and sisters before the white child has learned to dress. The Indian boys, however, have rather an easy time of it, their parents rarely inflicting punishment except in certain ceremonials


Chief Sitting Bull
Title:
Chief Sitting Bull
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 5702



Chief Big Feather
Title:
Chief Big Feather
Divided Back PM Aug-29


Eagle Feather & Squaw
Title:
Eagle Feather & Squaw
Divided Back

Description:
Series 3432



Minnehaha
Title:
Minnehaha
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 3429


Chief Yellow Hawk
Title:
Chief Yellow Hawk
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 3422



Hiawatha
Title:
Hiawatha
Divided Back

Description:
Series 3430


Chief High Horse
Title:
Chief High Horse
Divided Back PM 1910 Jul-28

Description:
Series 3424



Sunshine
Title:
Sunshine
Divided Back unused


Minnehaha
Title:
Minnehaha
Divided Back PM 1914

Description:
Series 3429



Minnehaha
Title:
Minnehaha
Divided Back unused


Native American Man in Feathered Headdress
Title:
Native American Man in Feathered Headdress
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 77-10



Chief Wolf Robe
Title:
Chief Wolf Robe
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 5708


Kiowas Squaw
Title:
Kiowas Squaw
Divided Back PM 1910 Oct-19

Description:
Series 809



Taos Indians Playing Ball
Title:
Taos Indians Playing Ball
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1568


Princess Pale Moon of the Choctaws, Oklahoma
Title:
Princess Pale Moon of the Choctaws, Oklahoma
Linen unused



Chief Black Hawk
Title:
Chief Black Hawk
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 3433


Choctaw Indian Princess
Title:
Choctaw Indian Princess
Oklahoma (OK), Linen unused



Greetings from New Mexico, Land of Enchantment
Title:
Greetings from New Mexico, Land of Enchantment
New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Here in New Mexico history in America began when the Indians of prehistoric times left their records in stone, in their artifacts and in their great communal dwellings, ruins of which are still well preserved for all to look upon and marvel


Indian Maiden Wearing Colorful Headdress
Title:
Indian Maiden Wearing Colorful Headdress
Divided Back



Alaskan Natives Drying Fish
Title:
Alaskan Natives Drying Fish
Real Photo PM 1955 Aug-8


Little Deer, Son of Chief Sitting Horse
Title:
Little Deer, Son of Chief Sitting Horse
Mitchell South Dakota (SD), Chrome unused

Description:
Little Deer - Son of Chief Sitting Horse who performs daily at the world's only Corn Palace. Born in South Dakota in 1960 on Crow Creek Reservation at Fort Thompson Dexter Press



"Honey, we'se waitin' fo' you-all in beautiful Florida"
Title:
"Honey, we'se waitin' fo' you-all in beautiful Florida"
Florida (FL), White Border unused

Description:
The whiff of the pine, and the scent of the palm, give to Florida sunshine its sweet soothing balm


Alligator Bait, on the Chagres River, Panama Canal
Title:
Alligator Bait, on the Chagres River, Panama Canal
Linen PM 1938 Jul-25



"Two Little Braves" - Indian Boys in Native Attire
Title:
"Two Little Braves" - Indian Boys in Native Attire
unused


Native American Woman
Title:
Native American Woman
unused

Description:
Xiowa squaw "Havla"



"The White Squaw"
Title:
"The White Squaw"
Real Photo unused


Man with Staff and Feather Headdress
Title:
Man with Staff and Feather Headdress
Real Photo unused



"On Parade" - Native American Woman on Horseback
Title:
"On Parade" - Native American Woman on Horseback
Real Photo unused


Indian Parade
Title:
Indian Parade
Real Photo unused



Native American Male Wrestling a Bear
Title:
Native American Male Wrestling a Bear
Real Photo unused


Indian Chief of the reservation of the Penobscot Tribe
Title:
Indian Chief of the reservation of the Penobscot Tribe
Old Town Maine (ME), Chrome PM 1967 Aug-4

Description:
Indian Island The Penobscots, members of the once powerful Abnaki Nation, "people of the dawn", preserve many of the colorful traditions and customs of the early American Indian



"Firelight Fancies" - Native American Scene
Title:
"Firelight Fancies" - Native American Scene
PM 1912 Apr-12


Native Man Walking
Title:
Native Man Walking
unused

Description:
Series 200



Indian Maiden with Bow & Arrows
Title:
Indian Maiden with Bow & Arrows
unused


Japanese Worker
Title:
Japanese Worker
unused



"Me Kill You Picture Man"
Title:
"Me Kill You Picture Man"
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Bad Land Charley in Camp
Title:
Bad Land Charley in Camp
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Sep-27



A Navajo Indian Squaw
Title:
A Navajo Indian Squaw
Divided Back PM 1910 Nov-14

Description:
The Navajo Tribe inhabits parts of Arizona and New Mexico. These Indians are very skilful in many native arts, particularly that of weaving their wonderful blankets. This picture shows the daughter of the last Navajo chief


Pueblo Indians Ready for Dance
Title:
Pueblo Indians Ready for Dance
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 5390 Ancient Cliff Dwellings, Manitou, Colorado Pueblo Indian Dancers At the quaint Taos Indian Pueblo, near the ancient cliff dwellings at the head of Phantom Cliff Canon, Manitou, a family of Pueblo Indians from New Mexico live the year round. In the busier seasons weird dances are daily given, such as the Pueblo war dance, buffalo dance, sun dance and others. The Manitou Sky Line Drive, the road of enchanting vistas, is a part of this trip



In Full Panoply, Otoe Indian Braves
Title:
In Full Panoply, Otoe Indian Braves
Divided Back unused


The Chief's Squaws
Title:
The Chief's Squaws
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 728



Minnehaha by HH Tammen - 1909
Title:
Minnehaha by HH Tammen - 1909
Divided Back PM 1911 Aug-9

Description:
Series 3429


Standing Wolf, Cheyenne
Title:
Standing Wolf, Cheyenne
Divided Back PM 1912 May-20

Description:
Series 1534



Flat Iron - Oglala Sioux Chiefton
Title:
Flat Iron - Oglala Sioux Chiefton
Divided Back unused

Description:
Flat Iron by HH Cross A chieftain of the Oglala Sioux, possessor of nine wives and 75 children, he accompanied Buffalo bill's wild west show on three trips around the world and lived to the ripe old age of 107 years. TB Walker Collection


Iron Tail - Oglala Sioux Chieftan
Title:
Iron Tail - Oglala Sioux Chieftan
Divided Back unused

Description:
Iron Tail by HH Cross Oglala Sioux chieftain, participant in the Battle of the Little Big Horn, and for 19 years a member of Buffalo bill's show Troupe TB Walker Collection



Olen Hieman Ujo
Title:
Olen Hieman Ujo
Divided Back unused


Steal Horses - Oglala Sioux Chieftain
Title:
Steal Horses - Oglala Sioux Chieftain
Divided Back unused

Description:
Steal Horses by HH Cross Oglala Sioux chieftain and lieutenant of Sitting Bull in all of the Sioux disturbances of the 1870's and 1880's TB Walker Collection



Tall Bull - Cheyenne Chieftain
Title:
Tall Bull - Cheyenne Chieftain
Divided Back unused

Description:
Tall Bull by HH Cross Cheyenne chieftain leader of the hostile Dog Soldier band in the outbreak of 1868-69, he was killed in battle at Summit Springs creek, July 11, 1869 TB Walker Collection


Indians Preparing for a Canoe Race
Title:
Indians Preparing for a Canoe Race
White Border unused

Description:
Indian boys preparing for a canoe race. They are experts in this sport. With a single canoe paddle they propel the light birch-bark canoe through the water at a rapid rate. Only an expert oarsman in a racing shell can compete with them. Many small Indian boys are experts in handling a canoe, being trained when quite young



The Indian Trusts in His Symbol of Luck But it's Best to Depend on Hustle and Pluck
Title:
The Indian Trusts in His Symbol of Luck But it's Best to Depend on Hustle and Pluck
Divided Back PM 1912 Nov-6


Fur Canoe
Title:
Fur Canoe
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Indians of the Northeast brought their furs to the Hudson Bay coast by the method of these large birchbark canoes, which, being light and in expert hands, were capable of great service



Indian Natives of Oregon
Title:
Indian Natives of Oregon
Divided Back PM 1908 May-25

Description:
Series 854


Minnehaha
Title:
Minnehaha
Divided Back PM 1929 May-19

Description:
Series 43403



Nuvida Springs, California
Title:
Nuvida Springs, California
Divided Back PM 1925 Feb-18

Description:
The fountain of the marvelous California "life waters," bubbling from the volcanic depths of nature's laboratory. Celebrated in Indian history as the source of strength, health and the complexion of rosy, crystal purity and clearness


Indian Express Wagons, New Mexico
Title:
Indian Express Wagons, New Mexico
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 13



Pueblo Indian Fire Driller, New Mexico
Title:
Pueblo Indian Fire Driller, New Mexico
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 16


Acequia Dance
Title:
Acequia Dance
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 14 Isleta Pueblo, New Mexico



Indian Girl Weaving Blankets
Title:
Indian Girl Weaving Blankets
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905 Jan-18


Chief Buckskin Charley
Title:
Chief Buckskin Charley
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1904 Nov-12



Pima Squaw and Pet
Title:
Pima Squaw and Pet
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1910


A Pueblo Belle
Title:
A Pueblo Belle
Divided Back unused

Description:
No other Indian women and few of the gentler sex among the white people possess the rights of the Pueblo woman. If she wills it, she may dismiss her husband on the slightest pretext. When the daughters marry they bring the son-in-law home to mother. Divorce is easy among them and they are monogamists



Juan Pedro, Navajo
Title:
Juan Pedro, Navajo
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Navajo has been called the Bedouin of the Desert from the fact that he never settles for any length of time in any one village or pueblo. The Navajo home is built of tree trunks and limbs covered with grass and earth and is conical in form


An Indian Funeral
Title:
An Indian Funeral
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 43388



Cupid on the Warpath
Title:
Cupid on the Warpath
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 206


Starlight - Native American Woman
Title:
Starlight - Native American Woman
Divided Back PM 1913 Sep-19

Description:
Series 3425



Scalp Dance, Blackfoot Indians
Title:
Scalp Dance, Blackfoot Indians
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 158-5


Chief LIttle Head
Title:
Chief LIttle Head
Divided Back

Description:
Series 230



Nosey Assinaboine - Medicine Man
Title:
Nosey Assinaboine - Medicine Man
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 134


Tall Man Dan, Sioux
Title:
Tall Man Dan, Sioux
Divided Back PM 1909 Aug-21

Description:
Indian Series



Indian of the Great Lakes
Title:
Indian of the Great Lakes
Divided Back unused

Description:
Indian Series


Pau-Puk-Kewis of the Hiawatha Drama
Title:
Pau-Puk-Kewis of the Hiawatha Drama
Divided Back unused

Description:
Indian Series



Red Crow
Title:
Red Crow
Divided Back PM 1907 Aug-3

Description:
Indian Series


Kiowa Squaw "Havta"
Title:
Kiowa Squaw "Havta"
Divided Back

Description:
Series 77-4



Minnehaha - Girl in Native American Dress and Teepee
Title:
Minnehaha - Girl in Native American Dress and Teepee
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 43403


Indian Chief Gotebo
Title:
Indian Chief Gotebo
Divided Back unused



Sioux Indians North Dakota
Title:
Sioux Indians North Dakota
Divided Back


An Original Inhabitant and Some of Minnesota's Beautiful Lakes
Title:
An Original Inhabitant and Some of Minnesota's Beautiful Lakes
Divided Back unused



Chief Spotted Tail and Wife
Title:
Chief Spotted Tail and Wife
Divided Back unused


Indian Maiden With Headdress and Ponytails
Title:
Indian Maiden With Headdress and Ponytails
Divided Back PM 1912 Dec-11



Isleta Indian Women
Title:
Isleta Indian Women
Divided Back PM 1937 Nov-2


Miss Indian America XIX - Louise Sheryl Edmo (Hoozeba Kasa)
Title:
Miss Indian America XIX - Louise Sheryl Edmo (Hoozeba Kasa)
Chrome unused



Little Fawn (Niantic - Narragansett)
Title:
Little Fawn (Niantic - Narragansett)
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Little Fawn - Turtle Clan in fancy powwow dress, dreaming of the past, reflecting on the future. Granddaughter of war chief Roaring Bull, granddaughter of clan mother Pretty Flower, daughter of Sun Flower - family oral historian


Chief Roaring Bull, Niantic-Narragansett Tribe
Title:
Chief Roaring Bull, Niantic-Narragansett Tribe
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
War Chief of (Niantic-Narragansett Tribe). Ferris Dove is a direct descendent of Chief Ninigrent who was prominent in early colonial history. He is the first Rhode Island Indian to graduate from Bacone College when it was exclusively an indian school



Princess Pretty Flower, Narragansett Tribe
Title:
Princess Pretty Flower, Narragansett Tribe
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
The Narragansett were once the Strongest Tribe in Southern New England. Princess Pretty Flower is the Wife of War Chief Roaring Bull


Little Papoose in Cradleboard
Title:
Little Papoose in Cradleboard
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Little Papoose - Dawn of the Narragansett tribe rests in her cradleboard. Babies were bandaged into them when they were but a few days old. A leather strap was used to hang the cradle on a peg or across the mother's forehead when the baby was carried on her back



Dawn and Daughter Clear Water
Title:
Dawn and Daughter Clear Water
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
The Narragansett Indian tradition of Naming Ceremony is continued by her mother Dawn, Director of the Tomaquag Indian Museum. Her daughter has been named Clear Water by Princess Red Wing, Honorary Sachem. The ceremony was performed at the Tomaquag Museum Festival


Chilkat Dancers
Title:
Chilkat Dancers
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Against the Beautiful Lynn Canal bordered by snow covered peaks, Chilcat Dancers of Alaska Indian Arts gather before a performance



Brave Wolf and Wife Beside the Sweat Lodge, 1901
Title:
Brave Wolf and Wife Beside the Sweat Lodge, 1901
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
The Huffman Pictures PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE OLD WEST BRAVE WOLF AND WIFE BESIDE THE SWEAT LODGE, 1901 by L. A. Huffman Cheyenne Brave Wolf, a minor chief and medicine man, valued the sweat bath for its curative powers and the ritual involved which called upon the influence of the good spirit. The hand colored photograph made from the original old glass negative is on display at Coffrin's Old West Gallery in Miles City, Montana


Alaskan Eskimo at Home
Title:
Alaskan Eskimo at Home
Real Photo unused



Eskimos Drilling Ivory and Making Mukluks
Title:
Eskimos Drilling Ivory and Making Mukluks
Real Photo unused


Obleka
Title:
Obleka
Real Photo unused



Geronimo
Title:
Geronimo
Chrome PM 1994 Oct-18


First Santa Fe Train
Title:
First Santa Fe Train
Divided Back unused

Description:
Indians watching the first Santa Fe train crossing the continent, whose advent meant so little to their minds, and so much to the white man. The picture is from a famous painting



Hopi Snake Dance
Title:
Hopi Snake Dance
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Hope Indians of the province of Tusayan in northern Arizona are a people of many religious ceremonies. The most dramatic being the Snake Dance. This ceremony lasts nine days, the snake dance proper occuring on the ninth or last day. On this day live snakes are carried in the mouth while the dance is in progress, then powdered with sacred meal and liberated to carry messages to the gods who have power over the rain clouds. In this arid country most all the ceremonies of the aborigines have to do with the rain


Hopi Snake Dance
Title:
Hopi Snake Dance
Arizona (AZ), Divided Back unused

Description:
With the primitive people of the Southwest, water is the most precious of all elements. In a land of cloudless skies and waterless mesas, most of the ceremonies of these people are directed to the gods who have power over the much to be desired downpour of rains. The weird ceremony of the Snake Dance is a prayer for rain, the snakes being used as messengers to the gods having power over the rain clouds. It continues for nine days. The public performance (in which live snakes are handled) occurs on the ninth or last day. This ceremony takes place about the middle of August



Indian Maiden
Title:
Indian Maiden
Divided Back


Beautiful Indian Princess
Title:
Beautiful Indian Princess
Divided Back PM 1913 Mar-27



Greetings from Dickinson N.D
Title:
Greetings from Dickinson N.D
Dickinson North Dakota (ND), Divided Back PM 1911 Dec-13


Indian Maiden
Title:
Indian Maiden
Divided Back PM 1912 Nov-18



Santiago Naranjo of Santa Clara, Beloved Patriarch of the Pueblos
Title:
Santiago Naranjo of Santa Clara, Beloved Patriarch of the Pueblos
Linen unused

Description:
"From the Land of Enchantment" Photo by H. Armstrong Roberts


Apache Indians in Camp
Title:
Apache Indians in Camp
Linen PM 1947 May-20

Description:
(New Mexico and Arizona). There are three Apache Indian Reservations located in New Mexico and Arizona. They are a very hardy race and each tribe lives in rugged mountain fortresses, are very picturesque in their dress and follow their ancient customs and dances



Authentic Northwest Indian Tattoo Marks from James G. Swan Papers, 1874
Title:
Authentic Northwest Indian Tattoo Marks from James G. Swan Papers, 1874
Linen unused


Streaked with Crimson, Blue and Yellow, Crested with Great Eagle Feathers
Title:
Streaked with Crimson, Blue and Yellow, Crested with Great Eagle Feathers
Divided Back PM 1905 Aug-31

Description:
The Song of Hiawatha - Longfellow



"And He Named Her From the River"
Title:
"And He Named Her From the River"
Divided Back PM 1907 Sep-1


Pretty Charlotte Hensley, Indian Princess of the Winnebago Tribe
Title:
Pretty Charlotte Hensley, Indian Princess of the Winnebago Tribe
Chrome unused



Indians of the Nez Perce Tribe
Title:
Indians of the Nez Perce Tribe
Chrome unused

Description:
Since 1877, the date of the last Indian war in this territory, the Nez Perce tribe has lived in peaceful harmony with their neighbors. The Chiefs and attendants appear each year in all their colorful tribal costumes at the Grangeville Border Days during the annual 4th of July celebration. Lewis & Clark wrote glowingly of this tribe of Indians - their appearance, uprightness and beautiful horses


Four Indian Maids
Title:
Four Indian Maids
Chrome unused



Tama-2. Sac and Fox Indians in costumes
Title:
Tama-2. Sac and Fox Indians in costumes
Chrome unused

Description:
Sac and Fox Indians adorned in their beautiful, bead enhanced costumes live on the 3,600 acres of land they have purchased in Tama County west of Tama, Iowa. Each summer thousands of visitors attend their tribal celebration to see the old customs reenacted


Seneca Indians - Chief Great Wolf, Nephew and Nieces
Title:
Seneca Indians - Chief Great Wolf, Nephew and Nieces
Chrome unused



Chief Running Horse
Title:
Chief Running Horse
Chrome


Chief Chasing Hawk and Wife and Tepee Design
Title:
Chief Chasing Hawk and Wife and Tepee Design
Chrome unused

Description:
Chief Chasing Hawk and Wife are descendants of Chasing Hawk and Tree Top. Standing Rock Sioux Warriors, both of whom were in the Battle of the Little Big Horn. Their tepee designs are to denote their respect for the four winds, the heavens and earth, and symbols of bravery



Miss Marcele Sharron Ahtone Kiowa, Miss (Indian) America XII
Title:
Miss Marcele Sharron Ahtone Kiowa, Miss (Indian) America XII
Chrome unused

Description:
The annual MISS (Indian) AMERICA Pageant is one of the highlights of All American Indian Days. Girls from all over the United States and Canada, representing many tribes, compete on the basis of poise, Indian characteristics, scholastic ability, and dedication to the advancement of their own people. This Inter-Racial Project of Human Relations is new in concept and tradition...and is located in the heart of the Indian Country...SHERIDAN, WYOMING, an ALL AMERICA CITY...near the foothills of the Big Horn Mountains


Young Braves
Title:
Young Braves
Divided Back PM 1908 Aug-20



Abenakie Indians, White Mts., N.H
Title:
Abenakie Indians, White Mts., N.H
White Border unused


Alabama Creek Indians
Title:
Alabama Creek Indians
Atmore Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Eastern Band of the Creek Indian Nation. Poarch-Hedapadeda Land Grant. Shown here are Princess Morning Star and Maiden Evening Star. They live on the land grant given their ancestors by Gen. Andrew Jackson at the Battle of Horseshoe Bend in 1814. The Creek (Muscogee) Indians were generally designated as the Upper Creeks an the Lower Creeks. The misnomer, "Creek Confederacy" included the Yuchis, Tallassees, Talladegas, Tuskegees, Tukabatchees, Alabamas, Coosas, Natchez, Ozeailles, Savannahs, etc. (The Sminoles were originally Creeks). Some of the better known Creeks are: Chief Tuskaloosa, Alexander McGillivray, William McIntosh, Red Eagle, Big Warrior, Menawa, Little Warrior and Chief Talisi



Chief Red Feather
Title:
Chief Red Feather
Chrome unused

Description:
Chief Red Feather is a Navajo-Sioux Indian who has for many years greeted the guests at Knott's Berry Farm. His striking costume is more Sioux than Navajo. To meet this friendly man will be to better know and appreciate our American Indians


Greetings from Kippewa Supply - Indian Maidens
Title:
Greetings from Kippewa Supply - Indian Maidens
Kipawa Quebec (QC), Chrome unused



Indian Village
Title:
Indian Village
Lake George New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
on Route 9L overlooking Lake George Beach. From the Grand Canyon of Arizona, to the Long House of their Iroquois Brothers, comes the Hopi Chieftain Smiling Bear and his family, presenting for the first time at Indian Village, Lake George, their authentic Tribal Songs and dances Dexter Press, Inc


Indian Village
Title:
Indian Village
Lake George New York (NY), Chrome

Description:
on Route 9L overlooking Lake George Beach.' Hopi Chieftain Smiling Bear, Princess Little Flower, and family from the Grand Canyon, Arizona, in residence at Indian Village, Lake George, for the summer. Their authentic Tribal Songs and dances delight visitors from near and far. Winter Address: 4730 Bay Parkway, Brooklyn, N.Y



Kiawa Squaw Havla
Title:
Kiawa Squaw Havla
Divided Back PM 1909


Koasati (Coushatta) Indians
Title:
Koasati (Coushatta) Indians
Elton Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
Displaying their colorful tribal costumes are Caroleen Lejeune, Henrietta Austin and Diana Celestine. Sitting are Loveland Poncho, Glenna Mae Battise and Roland Sylestine



Koasati Indian Maidens
Title:
Koasati Indian Maidens
Elton Louisiana (LA), Chrome unused

Description:
The flat cane basket which holds the pine needles are still made by the Koasati (Coushatta) women from swamp cane. Glenna Mae Battise, Diane Celestine and Caroleen Lejeune display the pine needle work for which the Koasati (Coushatta) Indians are world famous


Mrs. Blanche Tohet
Title:
Mrs. Blanche Tohet
Warm Springs Oregon (OR), Chrome unused



Ojibwa Indians
Title:
Ojibwa Indians
Ontario (ON), Chrome unused


Pascal Charlo, full-blooded Flathead Indian
Title:
Pascal Charlo, full-blooded Flathead Indian
Chrome unused

Description:
photographed on National Bison Range, Maiese, Montana. He is descendant of old Chief Charlo, who negotiated treaty with whites in 1855. Charlo Montana is named for old Chief Charlo



Pendleton Roundup
Title:
Pendleton Roundup
Chrome unused

Description:
The old West still lives in scenic Eastern Oregon. Cowboys punching and branding great herds of whitefaced Hereford cattle, and Indians are at home on large reservations. Also many such spectacular scenes as this "Fire-Jump" are enjoyed each year


Red Cloud's Alice Blue Cloud Pageant
Title:
Red Cloud's Alice Blue Cloud Pageant
Red Cloud Nebraska (NE), Chrome unused

Description:
Historic re-enactment of death of The Princess, Daughter of famous Chief Red Cloud. Oglala Sioux, Chief and wife played by Jack Henderson and Marilyn Lambrecht. Mr. McBride and daughter played by Danny Stobl and Linda Lambrecht. Total cast of 50! Presented annually July 4th at 8 p.m. Red Cloud, Nebraska



Six Nations Indian Pageant
Title:
Six Nations Indian Pageant
Brantford Ontario (ON), Chrome unused

Description:
This colorful pageant is held annually on the Friday and Saturday of the second and third weekend in August. The natural setting in the outdoor theatre is on the Six Nations Indian Reservation, near Branford. A segment of tribal life in years gone by is depicted


Lunch Time at the Fair
Title:
Lunch Time at the Fair
Linen unused

Description:
Held annually by the Indians of the Southwest



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