Dating american indian men
The pictures listed in this leaflet portray Native Americans, their homes and activities.
They have been selected from pictorial records deposited in the National Archives by 15 Government agencies, principally the Bureau of Indian Affairs, the Bureau of American Ethnology, and the United States Army.
Chiricahua Apache girl, granddaughter of Cochise; full-length, seated.
Cherokee boy and girl in costume on reservation, North Carolina.
Whenever available, the name of the photographer or artist and the date of the item have been given.
This information is followed by the identification number. English names of individuals have been used, with native or secondary designations in parentheses. Office and sutler store, Round Valley Agency, Calif., 1876.
Masked "Mud Heads" prepared to dance; spectators seated on the upper walls, Zuni Pueblo, N.
Havasupai girl wearing beads and cape; half-length, seated. Council of Sioux chiefs and leaders that settled the Indian wars, Pine Ridge, South Dakota. Jesse Cornplanter, descendant of Cornplanter, the famous Seneca chief, making a ceremonial mask, Tonawanda Community House, Tonawanda, N. For a list, see the National Directory of Tribal Archives, Museums and Libraries.
Many photographs relating to Native Americans are not included in this list. 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.