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Photographs of Native Americans Inventory

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The collection of photographs of Native Americans contains 223 photographs housed in two boxes. It includes the work of notable photographers including William Henry Jackson (1843-1942), Jack Hillers (1843-1925), and Eadweard Muybridge (1830-1904).

The collection was processed by Cynthia Rufo in November/December, 2006. She also compiled this inventory in 2006.

Photographs are arranged alphabetically by tribe. When possible, the original language version of an individual's name has been listed in parentheses. Quotations indicate a transcribed title.

Additional Native American photographs, not included in this inventory, can be found in the cartes-de-visite (Box # 5) and stereograph collections (Boxes # 317 & 318.)

Note:
The subjects of photographs taken by W.H. Jackson were identified using the following publication:
U.S. Geological Survey of the Territories. Descriptive Catalogue of Phototgraphs of North American Indians. By W. H. Jackson. Vol. no. 9 (Washington : Department of the Interior, 1877). AAS call number: Gov Doc I18.6:9.

BOX 1

Cabinet Size / Stereocards / Unmounted Prints

APACHE

1. Apache brave. view image Cabinet size. Photographed by W.S. Soule, Fort Sill, Idaho Territory. (scan #003600-0001)

ARAPAHOE
All photographs in this group are cabinet size unmounted albumen prints, photographed in 1877 by W.H. Jackson for the U.S. Geological Survey unless otherwise noted.

2. "Bird Chief." view image (scan #003600-0002)
3. "Bird Chief." view image (scan #003600-0003)
4. "Little Raven." (Ohaste.). view image (scan #003600-0004)
5. "Little Raven." (Ohaste.) view image (scan #003600-0005)
6. "Little Raven." (Ohaste.) view image Cabinet size. Photographed by W.S. Soule, Fort Sill, Idaho Territory. (scan #003600-0006)

CHEROKEE

7. "Bingo." view image Cabinet size unmounted albumen print. Photographed by W.H. Jackson for the U.S. Geological Survey. (scan #003600-0007)
8. Downing, Huckleberry view image (housed in general portrait photograph collection).
9. Sixkiller, Lydia view image (housed in general portrait photograph collection).

CHEYENNE

10. "Little Robe." (Hah-ket-home-mah.) view image 1877. Cabinet size unmounted albumen print. Photographed by W.H. Jackson for the U.S. Geological Survey. (scan #003600-0008)

CHOCTAW

11. Folsom, Peter. view image 1877. Cabinet size unmounted albumen print. Photographed by W.H. Jackson for the U.S. Geological Survey. (scan#003600-0009)

COYOTERO

12. "The One-Eyed." (Es-cha-pa.) view image 1877. Cabinet size unmounted albumen print. Photographed by W.H. Jackson for the U.S. Geological Survey. (scan #003600-0010)

CROW

13. "White Swan." view image 1877. Cabinet size unmounted salt paper print. (scan #003600-0011)

CREEK

14. Stidham (or Steadman), Annie ("Family of George Steadman, halfblood.") view image 1877. Cabinet size unmounted albumen print. Photographed by W.H. Jackson for the U.S. Geological Survey. (scan #003600-0012)
15. Stidham (or Steadman), George ("Family of George Steadman, halfblood.") view image 1877. Cabinet size unmounted albumen print. Photographed by W.H. Jackson for the U.S. Geological Survey. (scan #003600-0013)

DAKOTA - CUT HEAD

16. "Squaw of The Man Who Packs The Eagle." view image 1877. Cabinet size unmounted albumen print. Photographed by W.H. Jackson for the U.S. Geological Survey. (scan #003600-0014)

DAKOTA - ONCPAPA

17. "Bloody Mouth?" (Wi-cha-i-we.) view image 1877. (2" x 3") unmounted albumen print. Photographed by W.H. Jackson for the U.S. Geological Survey. (scan #003600-0015)
18. "Bloody Mouth?" (Wi-cha-i-we.) view image 1877. (2" x 3") unmounted albumen print. Photographed by W.H. Jackson for the U.S. Geological Survey. (scan #003600-0016)

DAKOTA - SANTEE
All photographs in this group are cabinet size unmounted albumen prints, photographed in 1877 by W.H. Jackson for the U.S. Geological Survey.

19. "Black Lightening." (Wa-kan- hdi-sha-pa.) view image (scan #003600-0017)
20. "Bluebird." (Zi-tka-da-to.) Cabinet size unmounted albumen print. view image (scan #003600-0018)
21. "Coming Among The Clouds." (Ma-hp'i-ya-i-hua-n.) view image (scan #003600-0019)
22. "Red Ensign." (Wa-pa-ha-sha.) view image (scan #003600-0020)
23. "Red Legs." (Hu-sha-sha.) view image (scan #003600-0021)
24. Renville, Seraphine view image (scan #003600-0022)
25. "Scarlet All Over." (O-wan-cha-du-ta.) view image (scan #003600-0023)
26. "Scarlet Night." (Han-ya-ta-du-tu.) view image (scan #003600-0024)
27. "Standing Cloud." (Ma-hpi-ya-na-zin.) view image (scan #003600-0025)
28. "Standing Soldier." (A-ki-chi-ta-na-zin.) view image (scan #003600-0026)
29. "Walks Following The Eagle." (Wan-m'di-ta-pa-a-ma-ni.) view image (scan #003600-0027)

DAKOTA - TWO KETTLE

30. "Long Mandan." (Ma-wa-tan-na-han-ska.) view image (scan #003600-0028) 1877. Cabinet size unmounted albumen print. Photographed by W.H. Jackson for the U.S. Geological Survey.

DELAWARE

31. "Black Beaver." view image (scan #003600-0029) 1877. Cabinet size unmounted albumen print. Photographed by W.H. Jackson for the U.S. Geological Survey.

KAI-VAV-IT
This group contains stereographs photographed by Jack Hillers for the U.S. Topographical and Geological Survey of the Colorado Valley, published by J.F. Jarvis, Washington D.C., c. 1874. Gift of R.C. Waterson, 1875.

32. "he arrow maker and his daughter." #1 view image (scan #003600-0030)
33. "Group of men in full dress." #2 view image (scan #003600-0031)
34. "Group of men in full dress." #2
35. "U-wa, wife of Chu-ar-ru-um-peak. (Chief of the Kai-vav-its.). #5 view image (scan #003600-0032)
36. "Ku-ra-tu." #8 view image (scan #003600-0033)
37. "Ku-ra-tu." #8
38. "The empty cradle." #9 view image (scan #003600-0034)
39. "The empty cradle." #9
40. "Ku-ra-tu and Mu-pates." #10 view image (scan #003600-0035)
41. "Ta-vo-koki, or the Circle Dance. (Summer Costume.). #11 view image (scan #003600-0036)
42. "The basket maker." #13 view image (scan #003600-0037)
43. "Group of women in full dress." #14 view image (scan #003600-0038)
44. "Ka-ni-ga, the camp ground." #17 view image (scan #003600-0039)
45. "Pile of little Indians." #18 view image (scan #003600-0040)
46. "Pile of little Indians." #18
47. "One little, two little, three little Indians." #20 view image (scan #003600-0041)
48. "The water carriers." #21 view image (scan #003600-0042)
49. "The seed gatherers." #22 view image (scan #003600-0043)
50. "The seed gatherers." #22
51. "The mother." #23 view image (scan #003600-0044)
52. "Mounted Indians." #25 view image (scan #003600-0045)
53. "Proud of their grandson." #26 view image (scan #003600-0046)
54. "Won-si-vu or Young Antelope." #27 view image (scan #003600-0047)
55. "Won-si-vu and Ku-ra-tu." #28 view image (scan #003600-0048)
56. "Ku-ra-tu at rest." #30 view image (scan #003600-0049)
57. "The necklace." #32 view image (scan #003600-0050)
58. "The game of Ni-aung-pi-kai." #34 view image (scan #003600-0051)
59. "The game of Ni-aung-pi-kai." #34
60. "Summer home under a cedar." #35 view image (scan #003600-0052)
61. "Domestic scene." #36 view image (scan #003600-0053)
62. "Waiting for the kettle to boil." #38 view image (scan #003600-0054)
63. "In council." #39 view image (scan #003600-0055)

MIAMI

64. "Roubideaux." view image 1877. Cabinet size unmounted albumen print. Photographed by W.H. Jackson for the U.S. Geological Survey. (scan #003600-0056)

MO-A-PA-RI-AT
This group contains stereographs photographed by Jack Hillers for the U.S. Topographical and Geological Survey of the Colorado Valley, published by J.F. Jarvis, Washington D.C. , c. 1874. Gift of R.C. Waterson, 1875.

65. "Wu-nav-ai gathering seeds." #53 view image (scan #003600-0057)
66. "San-o-kuts." #55 view image (scan #003600-0058)
67. "Five and three are eight." #57 view image (scan #003600-0059)
68. "Met on the road." #58 view image (scan #003600-0060)

MODOC

69. "A Modoc warrior on the war path." view image #1627, Stereograph. Photographed by E. Muybridge. Published by Bradley and Rulofson. (scan #003600-0061)
70. "Black Jim." view image c.1873. Cabinet size. Photographed by L. Heller. (scan #003600-0062)
71. "Bogus Charley." view image c.1873. Cabinet size. Photographed by L. Heller. (scan #003600-0063)
72. "Boston Charley." view image c.1873. Cabinet size. Photographed by L. Heller. (scan #003600-0064)
73. "Burgess and Bogus Charley." view image 1873. (3 " x 5") Photographed by L. Heller. (scan #003600-0065)
74. "Cappolas." view image c.1873. Cabinet size. Photographed by Houseworth, San Francisco, California. (scan #003600-0067)
75. "Cappolas." c.1873. Cabinet size. Photographed by Houseworth, San Francisco, California.
76. "Cappolas." view image c.1873. Cabinet size. Photographed by Houseworth, San Francisco, California. (scan #003600-0068)
77. "Jack's Family: Lizzy, Mary, Old Wife and Daughter." view image Cabinet size. (scan #003600-0070)
78. "Capt. Jack." view image Stereograph. Photograph of statue published by J.F. Jarvis, Washington, D.C. (scan #003600-0071)
79. "Capt. Jack." view image 1873. (3 " x 5") Photographed by L. Heller. Published by Watkins Yosemite Art Gallery, San Francisco, California. (scan #003600-0072)
80. "Curly Headed Doctor." view image 1873. (3 " x 5") Photographed by L. Heller. Published by Watkins Yosemite Art Gallery, San Francisco, California. (scan #003600-0073)
81. "Hooka Jim." view image 1873. (3 " x 5") Photographed by L. Heller. Published by Watkins Yosemite Art Gallery, San Francisco, California. (scan #003600-0074)
82. "Ike." view image 1873. (3 " x 5") Photographed by L. Heller. Published by Watkins Yosemite Art Gallery, San Francisco, California. (scan #003600-0075)
83. "Scar Faced Charley." view image 1873. (3 " x 5") Photographed by L. Heller. Published by Watkins Yosemite Art Gallery, San Francisco, California. (scan #003600-0076)
84. "Schonchin." view image 1873. (3 " x 5") Photographed by L. Heller. Published by Watkins Yosemite Art Gallery, San Francisco, California. (scan #003600-0077)
85. "Schonchin and Jack." view image 1873. (3 " x 5") Photographed by L. Heller. Published by Watkins Yosemite Art Gallery, San Francisco, California. (scan #003600-0078)
86. "Shacknasty Jim." view image 1873. (3 " x 5") Photographed by L. Heller. Published by Watkins Yosemite Art Gallery, San Francisco, California. (scan #003600-0079)
87. "Steamboat Frank." view image 1873. (3 " x 5") Photographed by L. Heller. Published by Watkins Yosemite Art Gallery, San Francisco, California. (scan #003600-0080)

NU-A-GUN-TIT
This group contains stereographs photographed by Jack Hillers for the U.S. Topographical and Geological Survey of the Colorado Valley, published by J.F. Jarvis, Washington D.C., c. 1874. Gift of R.C. Waterson, 1875.

88. "The brother chiefs." #61 view image (scan #003600-0081)
89. "An-ti-naints, Pu-tu-siv, and Wi-chuts." #62 view image (scan #003600-0082)
90. "An-ti-naints, Pu-tu-siv, and Wi-chuts, sitting." #63 view image (scan #003600-0083)
91. "Si-gav and An-ti-naints." #65 view image (scan #003600-0084)
92. "Kai-ar." #67 view image (scan #003600-0085)
93. "E-nu-ints-i-gaip or One Of The Ancients." #69 view image (scan #003600-0086)
94. "E-nu-ints-i-gaip or One Of The Ancients." #69
95. "The old gamblers." #71 view image (scan #003600-0088)
96. "Ka-ni." #72 view image (scan #003600-0089)
97. "Ta-noats, sub-chief of the Nu-a-gun-tits." #74 view image (scan #003600-0090)

OMAHA
All photographs in this group are cabinet size unmounted albumen prints, photographed by W.H. Jackson for the U.S. Geological Survey.

98. "Eba-hom-ba's lodge." [group in front of lodge.] view image (scan #003600-0091)
99. "Schoolchildren." Cabinet size unmounted albumen print. view image (scan #003600-0092)

OSAGE
All photographs in this group are cabinet size unmounted albumen prints, photographed by W.H. Jackson for the U.S. Geological Survey unless otherwise noted.

100. "A Distant Land." (Ke-si-si-gre.) view image (scan #003600-0093)
101. "Joseph." (Paw-ne-no-pa-zhe.) view image (scan #003600-0094)
102. "One Who Reaches To The Sky." (Mah-kea-pu-at-see.) view image (scan #003600-0095)
103. "A Savage." (Nom-Pa-Wa-Le.) view image (scan #003600-0096)
104. Group in front of brush-roofed building. view image Cabinet size. Photographed by G.W. Parsons, Caney, Kansas. (scan #003600-0153)

PAWNEE
All photographs in this group are cabinet size unmounted albumen prints, photographed by W.H. Jackson for the U.S. Geological Survey.

105. [Two Pawnee men.] view image (scan #003600-0097)
106. "Group of Pawnee chiefs." view image (scan #003600-0098)
107. "Little Raven." (Caw-caw-kitty-busk.) view image (scan #003600-0099)
108. "On A Fine Horse (Loo-kit-towy-his-sa) and A Male Calf (Are-wauks.). [Skeedee and Chowee.] view image (scan #003600-0100)
109. "A young brave." view image (scan #003600-0102)

PAWNEE - CHOWEE
All photographs in this group are cabinet size unmounted albumen prints, photographed in 1877 by W.H. Jackson for the U.S. Geological Survey.

110. "As-sow-weet and Sawka ("White."). view image (scan #003600-0103)
111. "The Sun Coming In." 1877. (La-roo-chuk-a-rar-oo.) view image (scan #003600-0104)

PAWNEE - KIT-KA-HOCT All photographs in this group are cabinet size unmounted albumen prints, photographed in 1877 by W.H. Jackson for the U.S. Geological Survey.

112. "An Old Man." (Caw-heek.) [a young man and boy] view image (scan #003600-0105)
113. "Beaver." (Kit-toox.) view image (scan #003600-0106)
114. "Fox." (Ke-wuk.) view image (scan #003600-0107)

PAWNEE - PETAHOWERAT

115. "Crow Eyes." (Caw-caw-ke-reek.) view image 1877. Cabinet size unmounted albumen print. Photographed by W.H. Jackson for the U.S. Geological Survey. (scan #003600-0108)
116. "White Horse." (As-san-taw-ka.) view image 1877. Cabinet size unmounted albumen print. Photographed by W.H. Jackson for the U.S. Geological Survey. (scan #003600-0109)

PAWNEE - SKEEDEE All photographs in this group are cabinet size unmounted albumen prints, photographed in 1877 by W.H. Jackson for the U.S. Geological Survey.

117. "Acting A Fox." (Ke-wuk-o-we-te-rah-rook.) view image (scan #003600-0110)
118. "Beginning To Go To War." (Tit-towy-oot-se.) view image (scan #003600-0111)
119. "Behind The One Who Strikes First." (See-rar-wot-cowy.) view image (scan #003600-0112)
120. "Driving A Herd." (Ta-caw-deex-taw-see-ux.) view image (scan #003600-0114)
122. "Good Bear." (Cu-roox-ta-ri-ha.) view image (scan #003600-0115)
123. "Kneemark On The Ground On Stooping To Drink." (Paw-hoo-cut-taw-wah.) view image (scan #003600-0116)
124. "Medicine Bull." (Kee-week-o-war-uxty.) view image (scan #003600-0117)
125. "Medicine Eagle." (Lee-ta-cuta-a-war-uxty.) view image (scan #003600-0118)
126. "On A Fine Horse." (Loo-kit-towy-his-sa.) view image (scan #003600-0119)
127. "Rattlesnake." (Loots-tow-oots.) view image (scan #003600-0120)
128. "Rattlesnake (Loots-tow-oots) and Squaw." view image (scan #003600-0121)
129. "Seen By All." (Sit-te-row-e-hoo-ra-reek.) view image (scan #003600-0122)
130. "Small Boy." (Perrus-kitty-busk.) view image (scan #003600-0123)

PONCA

131. "Group of four Ponca chiefs; "Lone Chief" (Ash-nom-e-kah-ga-he), "Standing Buffalo" (Ta-tonka-nuzhe), "Iron Whip" (Wa-ga-sa-pi), "Fast Walker" (Waste-co-mani.). view image 1877. Cabinet size unmounted albumen print. Photographed by W.H. Jackson for the U.S. Geological Survey. (scan #003600-0124)

WARM SPRINGS
All photographs in this group are stereographs taken by E. Muybridge unless otherwise noted.

132. McKay, Donald. view image Cabinet size. Photographed by Houseworth's, San Francisco, CA. (scan #003600-0125)
133. McKy [sic], Donald, view image the celebrated Indian Scout, #1622 (scan #003600-0126)
134. Warm Spring Indian Scouts in Camp, #1628 (figure stands at left) view image (scan #003600-0127)
135. Warm Spring Indian Scouts in Camp, #1628 (figure reclines at right) view image (scan #003600-0128)
136. Warm Spring Indian Scouts on picket duty, #1630 view image (scan #003600-0129)

SHOSHONE

137. "Shoshone Indians at Corinne." #754. view image Stereograph. Photographed by E. Muybridge. (scan #003600-0130)
138. "Shoshone Indian Camp, Wasatch Mountains." #755. view image Stereograph. Photographed by E. Muybridge. (scan #003600-0131)

SHOSHONE - COMMANCHE

139. "Esa-lou-gelt, chief." view image Cabinet size. Published by W.S. Soule, Fort Sill, Idaho Territory.

SHOSHONE - KIOWA

140. "Poor Buffalo." view image Cabinet size. Published by W.S. Soule, Fort Sill, Idaho Territory. (scan #003600-0133)
141. "Kiowa Squaws." view image Cabinet size. Published by W.S. Soule, Fort Sill, Idaho Territory. (scan #003600-0134)

SIOUX

142. "Red Cloud." #115. view image Stereograph of wax figure. Published by J.F. Jarvis, Washington, DC. (scan #003600-0135)
143. "Sitting Bull." (Ta-ton-ka-i-yo-ton-ka.) view image Cabinet size. Photographed by W.R. Cross, Niobrara, Nebraska. (scan #003600-0136)
144. "Sitting Bull's camp, sectional view." #1. view image Stereograph. Photographed by W.R. Cross, Niobrara, Nebraska. (scan #003600-0137)
145. "Sitting Bull's camp with officer of the day who counts them morning and evening. #3. view image Stereograph. Photographed by W.R. Cross, Niobrara, Nebraska. (scan #003600-0138)
146. "Young Bull, son of Sitting Bull." view image Cabinet size. Published by F. Jay Haynes, Fargo, Dakota. (scan #003600-0139)

U-AI-NU-INT
All photographs in this group are stereographs photographed by Jack Hillers for the U.S. Topographical and Geological Survey of the Colorado Valley, published by J.F. Jarvis, Washington D.C., c. 1874. Gift of R.C. Waterson, 1875.

147. "The hunter." #42 view image (scan #003600-0140)
148. "Mo-kwi-uk and his daughter." #46 view image (scan #003600-0141)
149. "Kwi-toos and his son." #47 view image (scan #003600-0142)
150. "Mon-su and Su-vu-it." #48 view image (scan #003600-0143)
151. "The little hunter and his sweetheart." #49 view image (scan #003600-0144)
152. "Tau-gu, great chief of the Pai-utes." #50 view image (scan #003600-0145)
153. "Ma-nu-ni." #51 view image (scan #003600-0146)

UTE

154. "Sun At Noon Day." (Tabooachaget.) view image Cabinet size. Gift of Rufus Woodword, 1873. (scan #003600-0147)
154a. Indian Lodge. view image Photographed by E.O. Beaman, series: Indians of the Colorado Valley, No. 75. (scan #003600-0222)
154b. Breaking up Camp. view image Photographed by E.O. Beaman, series: Indians of the Colorado Valley, No. 77. (scan #003600-0223)

WICHITA

156. "Buffalo Goad." view image 1877. Cabinet size unmounted albumen print. Photographed by W.H. Jackson for the U.S. Geological Survey. (scan #003600-0148)

WINNEBAGO
All photographs in this group are cabinet size unmounted albumen prints, photographed in 1877 by W.H. Jackson for the U.S. Geological Survey.

157. "Bad Thunder." (Naw-cher-choo-nu-kaw.) view image (scan #003600-0149)
158. "Bad Thunder (Naw-cher-choo-nu-kaw) and two men." view image (scan #003600-0150)
159. "Winnebago child." view image (scan #003600-0151)
160. "Winnebago child." view image (scan #003600-0152)

TRIBE UNKNOWN

161. "An octogenarian." #1580. view image Stereograph in the Indians of California series. Photographed by E. Muybridge, published by Bradley and Rulofson, San Francisco, CA. (scan #003600-0154)
162. "A log of bucks." #1577. view image Stereograph in the Indians of California series. Photographed by E. Muybridge, published by Bradley and Rulofson, San Francisco, CA. (scan #003600-0155)
163. "Albert Bierstadt's studio." #1587. view image Stereograph in the Indians of California series. Photographed by E. Muybridge, published by Bradley and Rulofson, San Francisco, CA. (scan #003600-0156)
164. "The Medicine Man asleep." #1581. view image Stereograph in the Indians of California series. Photographed by E. Muybridge, published by Bradley and Rulofson, San Francisco, CA. (scan #003600-0157)
165. "At the rancherio, Mendocino County, CA." view image Stereograph. Photographed by E. Muybridge, published by Bradley and Rulofson, San Francisco, CA. (scan #003600-0158)
166. "Fresno squaws and papoose." #1583. view image Stereograph in the Indians of California series. Photographed by E. Muybridge, published by Bradley and Rulofson, San Francisco, CA. Buehman and Hartwell, Tucson, Arizona. (scan #003600-0159)
167. "A Group of Mariposa Belles." #1584. view image Stereograph in the Indians of California series. Photographed by E. Muybridge, published by Bradley and Rulofson, San Francisco, CA. Buehman and Hartwell, Tucson, Arizona. (scan #003600-0160)
168. "Old man at Labrador." view image 1875. Cabinet size. Gift of R.C. Waterston, 1876. (scan #003600-0165)
169. "Six men." view image Cabinet size. Photographed by Houseworth, San Francisco, CA. (scan #003600-0166)
170. "Our boys and girls at the Indian Training School, Carlisle, PA." view image Cabinet size. Photographed by J.N. Choate, Carlisle, PA. (scan #003600-0167b)
171. "Baptiste, Indian River Pilot, Montreal Quebec, 1868." view image Montreal : Notman & Sandham. (See Notman Archives, McCord Museum, #31569). (scan #003600-0161)
172. Family seated on ground outside of grass covered dwelling. view image Photograph by Buehman & Hartwell, Tuscon, Arizona Territory. (scan #003600-0164)
173. Five men in Western dress, some wearing medals, one at far right in turban-like head dress. view image Photograph by Bradley & Rulofson, San Francisco. (scan #003600-0163)
174. "An Arizona Belle." view image Woman, bare-chested, leaning on carved pillar wearing white beads and face paint. (scan #003600-0162)

 

BOX 2

Large Format Prints [in folders]

CHILCAT

1. "Chilcat chief with blanket, Alaska, 1891." view image Albumen print mounted on grey board. (scan #003600-0168)

CROW

2. "Plenty Coups." view image Portrait of Plenty Coups (1848-1932) holding a book titled America. (scan #003600-0183)

UTE

3. "Bird Head." view image Ogallala Sioux council chief, 1899. Photograph by Heyn, Omaha. (scan #003600-0169)
4. "Colorow." Ute chief. view image (scan #003600-0170)
5. "Cu-ra Can-to." War chief of Moache Ute tribe. view image (scan #003600-0171)
6. "Guaratche and Shawano." Ute chiefs. view image (scan #003600-0172)
7. "Gurno or Guerro." Ute chief. view image (scan #003600-0173)
8. "John." Ute chief. view image (scan #003600-0174)
9. "Oragis and Powatch." Ute braves, 1875. view image (scan #003600-0175)
10. "Ouray." Ute Chief, 1875. view image (scan #003600-0176)
11. "Ouray and other Ute Chiefs." [5 men] view image (scan #003600-0180)
12. "Ute Warriors." view image Gift of Wm. Gunnison Chamberlain. (scan #003600-0177)

TRIBE UKNOWN

13. "Umpqua Reserve, 1859." view image A seated man holds a bow and arrows. (scan #003600-0178)
14. "Dog train from Pembine, Alaska." view image Gift of R.C. Waterstow. (scan #003600-0179)
15. [Group of five men.] removed
16. "Johnson." Johnson holding Arapahoe scalp, with two brother warriors. view image
17. "Last Horse." 1899. 3123. view image Photograph by Heyn, Omaha (scan #003600-0182)
18. [Group of boys in uniform.] view image (5" x 7") Photographed by H.C. Phillips. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (scan #003600-0184)
19. "Miss Irving and Class." view image 1880. A group of girls in aprons pose with their teacher. (5" x 7") Photographed by J.N. Choate, Carlisle, Pennsylvania. (scan #003600-0185)
20. "Indian Treaty at Fort Sully, Dakota Territory." view image 1865. (7" x 5") Gift of G.W. Thornton (?), 1867. (scan #003600-0186)

Mounted Prints (8 " x 5 ") [not in folders]

PUYALLUP
All photographs, unless otherwise noted, in this group are (8 . x 5 .) mounted prints, taken by Arthur French, c. 1880-1900. This series includes photographs of the Puyallup Reservation in Tacoma, WA. Titles in quotations have been transcribed from original captions.

21. [A large group of boys chopping and hauling lumber.] view image (scan #003600-0187)
22. "Hop series, Cache of Canoes #291." view image A group of canoes filled with branches sitting on land. (scan #003600-0188)
23. "Indian Reservation, Puyallup, WT. #278" view image Rutter, Thomas A. photographer, Tacoma Washington. A view of buildings and an orchard in the foreground. Stamp for French on verso. (scan #003600-0189)
24. "Indians and Canoes. #305" view image A group of partially beached canoes. Puyallups are arranging goods packed in the canoes. (scan #003600-0190)
25. "Indians return from hop field, Oct 1888. #289. view image Four canoes, full of goods, floating past a train on the bank. (scan #003600-0191)
26. "Leading the blind. #480" view image A boy leads a blind man using a branch. (scan #003600-0192)
27. "Nelson and squaw, 90 years old. #459" view image Old couple standing in front of lean-to. (scan #003600-0193)
28. "P. Stannup and squaw. #458" view image (scan #003600-0194)
29. "P. Stannup residence. #467" view image A family of six pose in front of a clapboard house, a horse and buggy parked nearby. (scan #003600-0195)
30. "Peigne Andrus and squaw. #457" view image Old couple standing in front of their home. (scan #003600-0196)
31. "Peigne Andrus and squaw. #457" Old couple standing in front of their home. Rutter, Thomas A. photographer, Tacoma Washington.
32. "Pow wow, Feb. 9th 1891. #404" view image A large group, mostly men, stand in front of the Eyetwist residence. Rutter, Thomas A. photographer, Tacoma Washington. Stamp for French on verso. (scan #003600-0198)
33. "Puyallup Indian squaw Betsy Boston. #461" view image An old woman, canoe in background. (scan #003600-0199)
34. "Puyallup Indians." view image Eight boys wearing blankets and feathered headbands pose holding toy weapons. (scan #003600-0200)
35. "Residence of John Eyetwist. #465" view image A family of fifteen pose in front of a house. Rutter, Thomas A. photographer, Tacoma Washington. Stamp for French on verso. (scan #003600-0201)
36. "Residence of Te De Whatcom. #463" view image An old woman seated in front of her home. (scan #003600-0202)
37. "Smoke house. #457" view image Four men in front of smoke house. (scan #003600-0203)
38. "Te De Whatcom. #458" view image An old woman, seated in front of her home. (scan #003600-0204)

Subseries - Puyallup Reservation Indian School
39. "Dining room." view image Interior of the Puyallup Reservation Indian School dining room. (scan #003600-0205)
40. "Dormitory at schoolhouse. #453" view image Interior at Puyallup Reservation Indian School. (scan #003600-0206)
41. [Group of students and teachers seated on a stage.] view image (scan #003600-0207)
42. "Indian School, Puyallup Reservation, Tacoma, Wash. #451" view image A large group of students and teachers stand in front of the schoolhouse. Signed in image "Rutter, photo." (scan #003600-0208)
43. "Indian schoolhouse. #284" view image Exterior of school buildings. Photographed by Thomas A Rutter, Tacoma, Washington. Stamp for French on verso. (scan #003600-0209)

SIWASH

44. "Siwash Camp. #837" view image Tent camp on a beach, with a young boy in the left foreground. (8 " x 5 ") mounted print. Photographed by A. French, Tacoma, Washington. (scan #003600-0210)

TRIBE UKNOWN

45. [Sleeping infant in woven cradle.] view image (8 " x 5 ") mounted print. Photographed by Haynes, Tucson, Arizona Territory. Gift of the estate of Russell M. Stobbs, Oct. 23, 1975. (scan #003600-0211)

 

Photographs of Native Americans by W.H Jackson
These ten images are part of a larger set of images taken by the photographer William H. Jackson (1843-1942). These images are housed with the U.S. Views collection and can be found in Range 41.

Omaha Chief Gradonazhi (Standing Hawk) view image (scan #003600-0216)

Pawnee Village view image (scan #003600-0220)

Pawnee Chiefs view image (scan #003600-0217)

Pawnee School Children view image (scan #003600-0219)

Bannack, or Sheep-Eater Indians view image (scan #003600-0212)

Pela-la-sharo, Pawnee Chief view image (scan #003600-0221)

Crow Squaws view image (scan #003600-0215)

Crow Chiefs view image (scan #003600-0213)

Crow Lodges view image (scan #003600-0214)

Painting on Buffalo skin, Pawnee view image (scan #003600-0218)