Choose a coloring page that best fits your aspiration. National Archives Identifier: Female Costumes 51. Photographed by Ben Wittick, ca. Photographed by Lee Muck, 1916. Tribal names as specific as possible have been incorporated into the descriptions where known and where appropriate and an index by tribe follows the list. Last photograph of Chief Washakie, who is on the extreme left, standing and pointing, 1892. Photographed by Henry Peabody, ca.
Buy photographs and get immediate image file downloads or subscribe for a low monthly fee. Photographed by Henry Peabody, ca. Pizi, Gaul , a Hunkpapa Sioux; three-quarter- length, seated. Can Stock Photo also offers stock photos, royalty-free stock photography images, stock footage, and video animation clips. Native American Indian Totem Pole Clipart Size: 69 Kb Native American Teepee Wigwam Clipart Size: 51 Kb Native American Eagle Symbol Art Clipart Size: 103 Kb Native American Headdress Clipart Size: 102 Kb native american indian Size: 56 Kb Native American Costume Size: 72 Kb Native American Girl Holding Spear Size: 67 Kb Indian Wigwam Size: 56 Kb Native American Longhouse Size: 62 Kb. National Archives Identifier: Weaving 186. The pictures are grouped by subject.
Photographed by Ben Wittick, ca. Army Signal Corps photograph, 1941. Artwork by Karl Bodmer, May 1833. Photographed by Alexander Gardner, 1872. He became chief at an early age, not on account of any right by inheritance, because the condition of the offspring follows the mother, and not the father, and his mother not standing in the line of descent from hereditary chiefs, the child stood in the same category, but because of his extraordinary talents and adaptedness for the position, which were noticeable from early boyhood.
Photographed by Alexander Gardner, 1868. For a list, see the. Penn, on the 23d day of July, 1748. He was true to the interests of his race, and deplored their habits of drunkenness. Artwork by Mary Irvin Wright, ca.
Halftone of photograph by Joseph K. Havasupai girl wearing beads and cape; half-length, seated. National Archives Identifier: Hunting 87. Left to right: Massica, a Sauk, and Wakusasse, a Fox. Left to right: Red Dog, Little Wound, John Bridgeman interpreter , Red Cloud, American Horse, and Red Shirt.
By Subject Agency Buildings 1. Photographed by Henry Peabody, ca. National Archives Identifier: Agriculture 5. Photographed by Helen Post, 1940. Photographed by Messinger, June 1900. Artwork by Karl Bodmer, 1833-34. Harrison, he expressed himself as anxious to do all in his power to preserve peaceful relations between the white and red people.
Upon the death of his father, therefore, he became the principal chief of the Miamis, by selection. National Archives Identifier: Basketwork 11. All of the pictures described in the list are either photographs or copies of artworks. National Archives Identifier: Crafts 34. National Archives Identifier: Councils 30. Army Signal Corps, January 2, 1919. Baker and Johnson photograph, ca.
Chikchikam Lupatkue-latko , a Modoc; bust-length. Photographed by Timothy O'Sullivan, 1871. Photographed by Ansel Adams, 1941-42. Photographed by Messinger, June 1900. Artwork by Karl Bodmer, 1833-34. Photographed by Louis Heller, 1873. Tatonka-I-Yatanka , a Hunkpapa Sioux.
Artwork by George Catlin, ca. National Archives Identifier: Male Costumes 132. Consequently, some of the terms used at the time may now be considered by Native Americans to be outdated, inaccurate, derogatory, disrespectful, or culturally insensitive. National Archives Identifier: Villages 176. Photograph taken at Fort Yates, North Dakota, 1897. Artwork by Karl Bodmer, 1833-34.