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Betty Hunter, Assiniboine 1910

Betty Hunter, Assiniboine 1910

Martin Sensmeier -Tlingit and Koyukon-Athabascan

Martin Sensmeier -Tlingit and Koyukon-Athabascan

Eskimo Medicine Man. Alaska, Exorcising Evil Spirits from a Sick Boy (description from image on photograph itself). Found in the collections of the Library of Congress, a copy of this photo also appears in the Thwaits Collection, Special Collections Division, University of Washington Libraries, where it is identified as having been photographed in Nushagak, Alaska in the 1890s (Fienup-Riordan, Ann. (1994).

Eskimo Medicine Man. Alaska, Exorcising Evil Spirits from a Sick Boy (description from image on photograph itself). Found in the collections of the Library of Congress, a copy of this photo also appears in the Thwaits Collection, Special Collections Division, University of Washington Libraries, where it is identified as having been photographed in Nushagak, Alaska in the 1890s (Fienup-Riordan, Ann. (1994).

We-Yah-Yet-Chy (the wife of Moaf-Towat), unknown with child - Comanche - no date

We-Yah-Yet-Chy (the wife of Moaf-Towat), unknown with child - Comanche - no date

Antoine Moise, Flathead. Frank A. Rinehart était  photographe à Omaha dans le Nebraska, en 1898 il reçut une commande pour photographier le Congrès Indien.

Antoine Moise, Flathead. Frank A. Rinehart était photographe à Omaha dans le Nebraska, en 1898 il reçut une commande pour photographier le Congrès Indien.

navajo woman 1887

navajo woman 1887

Midwewinind de la tribu Terrer Blanche 1894.  Nom francophone : Sauteux, Saulteux Nom autochtone : Nation : Ojibwa Territoire : -- Nord-Est -- Famille Linguistique : Appelés également Chippewas. Eux-mêmes se désignaient An-ish-in-aub-ag, "hommes spontanés". Pour les Crees, ils étaient "ceux qui parlent la même langue", pour les Hurons, "les hommes des chutes", pour les Français, les Saulteaux (allusion aux chutes de Sault-Sainte-Marie).

Midwewinind de la tribu Terrer Blanche 1894. Nom francophone : Sauteux, Saulteux Nom autochtone : Nation : Ojibwa Territoire : -- Nord-Est -- Famille Linguistique : Appelés également Chippewas. Eux-mêmes se désignaient An-ish-in-aub-ag, "hommes spontanés". Pour les Crees, ils étaient "ceux qui parlent la même langue", pour les Hurons, "les hommes des chutes", pour les Français, les Saulteaux (allusion aux chutes de Sault-Sainte-Marie).

Great Plains Native Americans Shelter | 2327179254_bb41a97fdd_z.jpg?zz=1

Great Plains Native Americans Shelter | 2327179254_bb41a97fdd_z.jpg?zz=1

Thayeadanegea, Joseph Brant, the Mohawk Chief, by George Romney, ca.   1776. A chain of  ring brooches that seemingly trifurcates at the shoulder apparently descends from  the upper rim  of his  ear, while other brooches are fastened to  his leather shoulder belts  and blanket. A crescent gorget, an ornate crucifix and  a broad armband complete his outfit.  [Trade Ornament usage among the native peoples of Canada 1992 page 76 Karlis Karklins]

Thayeadanegea, Joseph Brant, the Mohawk Chief, by George Romney, ca. 1776. A chain of ring brooches that seemingly trifurcates at the shoulder apparently descends from the upper rim of his ear, while other brooches are fastened to his leather shoulder belts and blanket. A crescent gorget, an ornate crucifix and a broad armband complete his outfit. [Trade Ornament usage among the native peoples of Canada 1992 page 76 Karlis Karklins]

Assiniboine; Stoney  Assiniboine camp - 1890   Assiniboine couple - no date   Rattlesnake - Assiniboine - circa 1890   Eyes In The Water - Assiniboine - 1894   Little Chief - Assiniboine - 1894   Red

Assiniboine; Stoney Assiniboine camp - 1890 Assiniboine couple - no date Rattlesnake - Assiniboine - circa 1890 Eyes In The Water - Assiniboine - 1894 Little Chief - Assiniboine - 1894 Red

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