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Siwash Camp. #837
Albumen print mounted on board. Image of a Siwash or Salishan Indian camp made up of a row of tents. A boy looks at the camera.
Indian School, Puyallup Reservation, Tacoma, Wash. #451
Albumen print mounted on card. Image of dozens of young Native American students standing in lines in front of one of the school buildings of the Puyallup Indian School in Tacoma, Washington. Caucasian and Native American men and women are also seen…
Albumen print mounted on card. Image of a group of eight Pallyup boys seen wearing blankets and headdresses and carrying arrows. They walk in a line across a brush-filled area.
Leading the blind
Albumen print mounted on card. A young Native American boy leads a blind man using a branch as they walk along a road.
A group of boys chopping and hauling lumber
Albumen print mounted on card. From the Puyallup Reservation in Tacoma, Washington. Image of Native American boys seen working in a lumberyard with Caucasian men supervising them. An ox led cart is seen at right.
Group of Native American boys in uniform
Albumen print mounted on card. Group portrait of nine adolescent Native American boys seen posing in a studio, all wearing buttoned uniforms and holding their hats in their hands.
"Our boys and girls at the Indian Training School, Carlisle, PA"
Cabinet size albumen print. Collage with photographs of thirty four Native Americans who attended the Indian Training School in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. The sitters are named on verso.
Cabinet size un-mounted albumen print, photographed in 1877 by W.H. Jackson for the U.S. Geological Survey. The number
"The little hunter and his sweetheart. #49" [Mon-su and Su-vu-it]
Stereograph Photographed by Jack Hillers for the US Topographical and Geological Survey of the Colorado Valley, 1874. Image of a Paiute boy and girl standing outdoors together, both wearing buckskin clothing. The boy carries a quiver on his back.
Tags: Boys; Children; Girls; Group Portraits; Hillers, John K., 1843-1925; Indians of North America Utah; Indians of the Colorado Valley; Jarvis, J. F. (John Fillis), 1849-1931; Paiute Indians; Powell, John Wesley, 1834-1902; Stereographs; Thompson, A. H. (Almon Harris), 1839-1906; U-ai-nu-int Indians
"Mon-su and Su-vu-it. #48"
Stereograph. Photographed by Jack Hillers for the US Topographical and Geological Survey of the Colorado Valley, 1874. Image of two young Paiute children wearing buckskin clothing and sitting on the ground.
Old man at Labrador, said to be over 100 years old
Cabinet size albumen print. Half length portrait of an older Native American man wearing a fur lined hooded pullover sitting on the deck of a ship.