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American Indian Collection

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: Young Crow Indian

Young Crow Indian
A Crow boy in dance costume, 1905. Printed reproduction of a photograph by Edward Curtis

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: American Indian tribe locations in 1715

American Indian tribe locations in 1715
Map of Native American tribe locations circa 1715, continental U.S. Printed color lithograph

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: American Indian tribe locations about 1700

American Indian tribe locations about 1700
Map of Native American locations, circa 1700. Printed lithograph

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: Tomochichi and his son

Tomochichi and his son
Yamacraw chief Tomo-chichi Mico and his son. Hand-colored woodcut of an illustration

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: PNAT2A-00002

PNAT2A-00002
Red Cloud, or Mahpiua Luta, Oglala Sioux chief, in quilwork shirt, 1890s. Albertype reproduction of a photograph

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: Crazy Horse monument model

Crazy Horse monument model
Scale model of the Crazy Horse Memorial being carved in a mountain by sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski, Black Hills, South Dakota. Digital photograph

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: Navajo sand paintings preserved on tiles

Navajo sand paintings preserved on tiles
Navajo sand paintings on tiles displayed for sale at the intertribal Indian Ceremonial in Gallup, New Mexico. Photograph

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: Crow chief

Crow chief
Crow Indian chief in a traditional war bonnet and clothing, circa 1900. Digitally colored halftone of a photograph

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: NATI2D-00054

NATI2D-00054
Cliff Palace at Mesa Verde National Park, Anasazi/Ancestral Puebloan ruins, Colorado. Digital photograph

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: NATI2A-00094

NATI2A-00094
Cherokee alphabet developed by Sequoyah. Woodcut reproduction with a watercolor wash

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: NATI2A-00044

NATI2A-00044
Map of the Six Iroquois Nations in Pennsylvania and New York, 1771. Hand-colored woodcut reproduction of an 18th-century document

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: Grizzly bear attacking a Pawnee hunter

Grizzly bear attacking a Pawnee hunter
Pawnee Indian and his horse attacked by grizzly bears, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: PNAT2P-00002

PNAT2P-00002
Red Cloud, or Mahpiua Luta, Oglala Sioux chief, in quilwork shirt, 1890s. Albertype reproduction of a photograph

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: PNAT2A-00041

PNAT2A-00041
Sitting Bull. Hand-colored halftone of a 19th-century photograph

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: NATI2A-00016

NATI2A-00016
Earth lodge of the Omaha tribe, Great Plains, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: NATI2A-00009

NATI2A-00009
Innuit family with dog team and sled, . Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: Sioux tepee of buffalo-hide

Sioux tepee of buffalo-hide
Tipi made of buffalo hide sewn with sinew in the traditional way, Wicoti Living History Lakota Encampment, Black Hills, SD. Digital photograph

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: Anasazi / Ancestral Puebloan cliff-dwelling, Betatakin

Anasazi / Ancestral Puebloan cliff-dwelling, Betatakin
Betatakin, a cliff-dwelling of the Anasazi/Ancestral Puebloans, circa 1250-1300 AD, within Navajo National Monument, Arizona. Photograph

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: NATI2A-00113

NATI2A-00113
Wampanoag warrior in full costume, Massachusetts. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: Corn, beans and squash grown the native American way

Corn, beans and squash grown the native American way
Native American three-sisters method of growing corn, beans, and squash, New Mexico. Photograph

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: Tecumseh and his brother, The Prophet

Tecumseh and his brother, The Prophet
Tecumseh pulling his brother, The Prophet, by the hair. Hand-colored woodcut reproduction of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: PNAT2A-00020

PNAT2A-00020
Little Turtle, chief of Miami tribe. Hand-colored woodcut of a portrait

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: Casa Grande, Hohokam ruins, Arizona

Casa Grande, Hohokam ruins, Arizona
Doorway of Casa Grande, the remains of an ancient Hohokam farming village in central Arizona. Digital photograh

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: Sioux Nation at Standing Rock Reservation, ND, 1890

Sioux Nation at Standing Rock Reservation, ND, 1890
Taking a census at the Sioux Standing Rock Agency, North Dakota, 1890. Albertype reproduction of a photograph

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: Taos Pueblo, 1800s

Taos Pueblo, 1800s
Pueblo of Taos, on the Rio Pueblo de Taos, in New Mexico, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: Wolf-skins disguising Native American hunters

Wolf-skins disguising Native American hunters
Native Americans in wolf skins stalking buffalo. Hand-colored woodcut of a 20th century illustration

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: Blackfeet horsemen, 1850s

Blackfeet horsemen, 1850s
Blackfeet warriors carrying guns on horseback, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: Omaha Indian village of tipis

Omaha Indian village of tipis
Part of the hoo-thu-ga, a circle of dwellings of the Omaha tribe. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: Natives gathering food in Florida, 1500s

Natives gathering food in Florida, 1500s
Florida Native Americans gathering crocodiles, fish, and other wild animals and plants, 1591. Hand-colored Debry engraving of a LeMoyne painting

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: NATI2A-00005

NATI2A-00005
Native Americans playing a game of lacrosse with a ball and sticks. Hand-colored halftone reproduction of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: Chaco Canyon Anasazi ruins NM

Chaco Canyon Anasazi ruins NM
Anasazi/Ancestral Puebloan ruins of Chetro Ketl in Chaco Canyon, New Mexico. Digital photograph

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: Columbia River campsite of Native American fishermen

Columbia River campsite of Native American fishermen
Native American fishing camp on the banks of the Columbia River. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: NATI2A-00179

NATI2A-00179
Sioux brave heralding the sunrise. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century Frederic Remington illustration

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: NATI2A-00181

NATI2A-00181
Apaches receiving beef rations from Indian agents at San Carlos Reservation, Arizona, 1890s. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century Frederic Remington illustration

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: PNAT2A-00011

PNAT2A-00011
Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce. Hand-colored engraving of a 19th-century portrait

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: NATI2P-00066

NATI2P-00066
Vash-Ghon, Jicarilla Apache chief. 1904. Reproduction of a photograph by Edward Curtis

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: NATI2A-00174

NATI2A-00174
Pueblo farmer plowing the soil near Laguna Pueblo, New Mexico, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: Child care in a Native American camp

Child care in a Native American camp
Native American woman rocking an infant in a hammock. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: NATI2A-00076

NATI2A-00076
Digger Indians returning from a hunt with rabbits and birds, Sierra Nevada Mountains, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: Columbia River fishing camp of Native Americans

Columbia River fishing camp of Native Americans
Native American fishing camp by the Columbia River, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: Petroglyph of a coyote or wolf, New Mexico

Petroglyph of a coyote or wolf, New Mexico
Native American petroglyph of a coyote or a wolf near Galisteo, New Mexico. Photograph

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: Grinding stones of the Anasazi / Ancestral Puebloans

Grinding stones of the Anasazi / Ancestral Puebloans
Anasazi/Ancestral Puebloan metates y manos, Betatakin cliff dwelling, Arizona. Photograph

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: Native American corn grinding tools, Tennessee

Native American corn grinding tools, Tennessee
Wooden mortar and pestle for grinding corn, Chucalissa Native American village, Memphis, Tennessee. Photograph

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: Tecumseh confronting William Henry Harrison

Tecumseh confronting William Henry Harrison
Shawnee chief Tecumseh confronting William Henry Harrison in Indiana. Hand-colored halftone reproduction of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: Weetamoo drowning in the Taunton River, 1676

Weetamoo drowning in the Taunton River, 1676
Weetamoo swimming the Mattapoiset River to escape the Tiverton massacre, King Philips War, 1676. Digitally colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: Natchez War on French settlers, Mississippi, 1729

Natchez War on French settlers, Mississippi, 1729
Native American raid on French colonial settlement at Natchez, Mississippi, November, 1729. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: Salado culture prehistoric pottery artifacts, Arizona

Salado culture prehistoric pottery artifacts, Arizona
Salado pottery and gourds at Besh-Ba-Gowah Archaeological Park, a multi-storied village inhabited circa 1225-1400 AD, Arizona. Digital photograph

Background imageAmerican Indian Collection: Salado culture prehistoric metate y mano for grinding corn, Arizona

Salado culture prehistoric metate y mano for grinding corn, Arizona
Maize grinding stones at Besh-Ba-Gowah Archaeological Park, a multi-storied Salado village inhabited circa 1225-1400 AD, Arizona. Digital photograph



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