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NA12.
Watkins’ Pacific Coast. Image of 6 Indians and 1 white man. I have been told that this image was taken in Santa Fe, probably in front of the Governor’s Palace and shows local Pueblo Indians. VG. $300

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NA33.
Raymond Nias. Views Taken Near Medicinal Artesian Spring, Sparta, Wisconsin. Busy scene of camp with tipis, wagons, other buildings. Kids appear to be playing game on the ground at right. Scratch on left image appears to be in the negative. Ghost of small child in front. VG. $250

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NA56.
No ID. Titled in vintage ink on verso “Group of Indians.” Looks like Minnesota or Wisconsin. Few spots. G+. $135

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NA71.
F. Jay Haynes, Fargo, D.T. 114. Indian Village on Banks of Mississippi. On back is written: “Near our swimming place-Village not there now.” VG. $250


NA75.
B.F. Childs, photo. Published by Brubaker & Whitesides, Marquette, Mich. Gems of Lake Superior Scenery. Mrs. Lo and Little Negee. “89” in right negative. G+. $75


NA77.
Child’s Art Gallery, Marquette, Mich. Gems of Lake Superior Scenery. Group of Indians. G+. $135

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NA88.
T.H. O’Sullivan. Expedition of 1873. 1st Lieut. Geo. M. Wheeler. Corps of Engineers, Commanding. Geographical and Geological Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian. No. 6. Group of Zuni Indian “Braves,” at their pueblo, N.M. This great image incidentally shows O’Sullvan’s large format wet-plate camera at the bottom right. VG. $600

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NA100.
James Esson, Preston. 243. Chippewa Indians on Collingwood and Lake Sup. Line. VG. $300

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NA103.
F. Jay Haynes, Fargo, D.T. 120. Down the Mississippi. Above Brainerd. 2 white men in canoe, 2 Indians on shore. VG. $325

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NA113.
Watkins’ Pacific Coast. 1326. Indian Camp at the Head of the Dalles, Columbia River. E. $350

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NA123.
T.H. O’Sullivan. Wheeler Expedition of 1873. No. 17. Zuni Indian with water olla. VG. $150

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NA125.
T.H. O’Sullivan. Wheeler Expedition of 1873. No. 28. Navajo Boys and Squaw, in front of the quarters at old Fort Defiance, N.M., now unoccupied by troops. The agency for the Navajos is located here. VG. $250

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NA126.
Charles A. Zimmerman, St. Paul. Scalp of Little Crow. Leader of Indian Massacre of 1862. There are little chips at the top of the mount over the left image. Contrary to the popular understanding of the title of this view, this is not the scalp from the head of Little Crow but rather it is the scalp that Little Crow had mounted on his war staff that he carried with him. VG. $325

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NA129.
Timothy O’Sullivan. Darien Expedition, Comd’r Selfridge, Comd’g. India Rubber Hunter. G+. $300


NA132.
George Curtis, Niagara Falls. 334. Papoose in Indian Cradle. VG. $45


NA142.
HH Bennett. St. Paul Ice Carnival. 1567. Sioux Indians at the Carnival, A Young Brave. E. $150

     
NA170.
T.H. O’Sullivan. Wheeler Expedition of 1874. No. 40. Ute Braves, of the Kah-poh-teh band, Northern New Mexico, in “full dress.” VG. $325

  
NA177.
W.H. Jackson & Co., Denver. Colorado. Utes. Papoose of Chief Peah. From Picture Maker of the Old West, pps. 196-197: “Chief Peah…was at first very pleased to pose….he wheedled a few friends into a group before a tepee, and Jackson photographed them. While Peah was busy…Jackson took a picture of his papoose on its carrying-board. As soon as Peah found out about this, he became very angry and, riding up with some companions, threw a blanket over the camera, protesting, ‘No sabe picture…all die….pony die….papoose die.'” VG. $275

  
NA205.
Image by Chamberlain of Denver on Chas. Weitfle, Central City, Colo mount. 331. The Late Chief Ouray & Staff. (Thank you to Paula Fleming). VG. $650

  
NA220.
Whitney’s Gallery, St. Paul. Wah Bo Jeeg, (White Fisher), Chief Gull Lake Band Chippewas. An old warrior once taken prisoner by the Sioux, and speaks the language. VG. $275

  
NA221.
No ID. Probably Winnebagos, with bow and arrows, single eagle feathers, blankets, etc. VG. $375

  
NA222.
No ID. Probably Winnegagos, several groupings, spontaneous, unposed image. VG. $350

  
NA242.
[T.H. O’Sullivan]. No. 34. Pedro, captain of one of the Coyotero Apache Bands, Arizona, in his Washington costume. Wheeler Expedition of 1873. G. $125

  
NA243.
W.H. Jackson & Co., Denver, Colo. 4103. War Chief’s Tent. This is Chief Washakie’s tent (Shoshoni). VG. $275

  
NA251.
N.A. Forsyth, Butte, Montana. Joe La Moose in His War Paint. E. $175

  
NA253.
N.A. Forsyth, Butte, Montana. The Sampson of the Flatheads. E. $150

  
NA256.
N.A. Forsyth, Butte, Montana. Smoking Pipe of Peace at Grass Dance. E. $150

  
NA260.
N.A. Forsyth, Butte, Montana. The Choosing Dance of the Blackfeet. VG. $125

  
NA266.
N.A. Forsyth, Butte, Montana. Sun Worshippers, Preparing for Sun Dance. E. $125

  
NA268.
N.A. Forsyth, Butte, Montana. A Large Group at the Squaw Dance. VG. $125

  
NA269.
N.A. Forsyth, Butte, Montana. Mr. Wild Gun and Family (Blackfeet). G. $100

  
NA270.
N.A. Forsyth, Butte, Montana. Hi-yi, Hi-yi, Flathead War Dance. VG. $125

  
NA271.
N.A. Forsyth, Butte, Montana. Pretty Little Indian Girls VG. $100

  
NA273.
N.A. Forsyth, Butte, Montana. Four Little Indian Boys. VG. $100

  
NA282.
C.W. Carter, Salt Lake City, Utah. Shoshone or Snake Chief. VG. $350


NA283.
[N.A. Forsyth, Butte Montana.] A Flathead Babe in Her Cradle Board. VG. $125


NA286.
N.A. Forsyth, Butte, Montana. 559. A Nes Perce Indian on His War Horse. VG. $150


NA289.
[N.A. Forsyth, Butte, Montana.] Medicine Woman Praying to the Sun. VG. $175


NA313.
Whitney’s Gallery, St. Paul. Tepees of the Sioux Indians. G+. $600


NA322.
C.B. Brubaker, Marquette, Mich. Gems of Lake Superior Scenery. No. 93. Old Nokois. G. $100


NA324.
C.B. Brubaker, Marquette, Mich. Gems of Lake Superior Scenery. No. 79. Chippewa Chief’s Grave. VG. $175


NA331.
W.H. Jackson, Denver, Col. 391. Bannock Indians-Scene at Agency. G. $275


NA334.
B. W. Kilburn, Littleton, NH. 269. Indian Encampment, Bar Harbor, Mount Desert, Me. G. $185


NA338. 
Jack Hillers for the Powell/Thompson Survey. Copyright 1874 by John Wesley Powell. Indians of the Colorado Valley. No. 5. Kai-Vav-Its. A tribe of the Pai Utes, living on the Kai-bab Plateau, near the Grand Canon of the Colorado, in Northern Arizona. U-Wa, Wife of Chu-ar-ru-um-peak, Chief of the Kai-vav-its. Trimmed. VG. $150  


NA379.
Cross, Niobrara, Nebraska. No. 44. Driving Meat, Indian horseback. Fair. $325


NA381.
W.H. Jackson & Co., Denver, Colo. Family Group of Utes. VG. $475


NA382.
[Baker & Johnston, Evanston, Wyoming]. Mission School, Shoshone and Arappahos Agency, Wyoming Ter. Crease at center but firm. G. $400


NA383.
[Baker & Johnston, Evanston, Wyoming]. Indian Lodge. VG. $400


NA386.
Edw. J. Muybridge, San Francisco. Views of the Pacific Coast. No. 479. Alaska Ter.–Sitka. Group of Indians. VG. $1200


NA391.
Muybridge, published by Bradley & Rulofson. The Modoc War. 1608-Tule Lake Camp, South; Tule Lake in the distance. VG. $375


NA392.
Geo. Barker, Niagara Falls. 565. Squaw and Pappoose-Luna Island-Niagara. Tuscarora Indians. VG. $85


NA396.
N.A. Forsyth, Butte, Mont. The Grass Dance in Full Swing. VG. $125


NA397.
N.A. Forsyth, Butte, Mont. A Short Rest at Choosing Dance. VG. $150


NA400.
N.A. Forsyth, Butte, Mont. The Snake Dance, Flathead Reservation, Mont. VG. $125


NA403.
N.A. Forsyth, Butte, Mont. A Woman Over 100 Years Old. G. $85


NA407.
N.A. Forsyth, Butte, Mont. Nearing the End of a Noble Life, Chief Louison. VG. $150


NA412.
J. Carbutt, Chicago, Illinois. Views of the Rocky Mountains and Vicinity. 311. Indian Domestic Life in the Pawnee Village. VG. $350


NA413.
W.H. Jackson & Co., Denver, Colo. 4101. Piah and other Ute Chiefs. Jackson’s equipment boxes can be seen in the right background. E. $650


NA418.
N.A. Forsyth, Butte, Mont. In the Shade of the Old Tepee. VG. $125


NA425.
Wm. H. Jackson, Omaha, Neb. No. 212. School House for Indians on Pawnee Reserve. G. $300


NA426.
Wm. H. Jackson, Omaha, Neb. No. 217. Pawnee Chiefs and Warriors. G. $600


NA427.
Wm. H. Jackson, Omaha, Neb. No. 218. Group of Pawnee Chiefs and Warriors. G. $600


NA430.
W.H. Jackson. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey of the Territories. Prof. F.V. Hayden in charge. Views among the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Chief Peah in Headress. From Picture Maker of the Old West, pps. 196-197: “Chief Peah…was at first very pleased to pose….he wheedled a few friends into a group before a tepee, and Jackson photographed them. While Peah was busy…Jackson took a picture of his papoose on its carrying-board. As soon as Peah found out about this, he became very angry and, riding up with some companions, threw a blanket over the camera, protesting, ‘No sabe picture…all die….pony die….papoose die.'” G. $650


NA432.
W.H. Jackson, Washington, D.C. The Great West. Pawnee Children. VG. $275


NA433.
[Possibly by H.H. Bennett, Kilbourn City, WI]. Winnebagoes, Wisconsin. G. $75


NA434.
[Possibly by H.H. Bennett, Kilbourn City, WI]. Winnebagoes, Wisconsin. VG. $85


NA435.
[Possibly by H.H. Bennett, Kilbourn City, WI]. Winnebagoes, Wisconsin. G. $75


NA437.
F. Jay Haynes, Moorhead, Minnesota. Black Hills Stereographs. 221. Surprised by Sioux Indians. VG. $375


NA441.
Olg? P. Larson, Squirrel, Idaho. An Indian Squaw and her Papoose. VG. $100


NA447.
Stereo-Travel Co. 56. Indians making twine for binding wild rice near Manitowish, Wis. Copyright 1909. E. $75


NA450.
Raymond Nias. Views taken near Medicinal Artesian Spring, Sparta, Wisconsin. Dacohtah Tepe or tent. G. $135


NA454.
Naumann & Molander, Duluth. Lake Superior and Duluth Views. Views in the Dalles of the St. Louis. Indian Village, Douglas Co., Wis. Nick off bottom left of left image o/w VG. $150


NA457.
W.H. Illingworth. Published by Huntington & Co.,  Saint Paul, Minn. Stereographs of Minnesota Scenery. Old Betz. VG. $200


NA460.
Geo. Barker, Niagara Falls, NY. 571-Squaw and Pappoose. VG. $50


NA461.
No ID. Indian Woman breastfeeding child, Niagara Falls, NY. G. $125


NA464.
Hillers for the U.S. Topographical and Geological Survey of the Colorado River of the West. J.W. Powell and A.H. Thompson. Indians of the Colorado Valley. No. 42. U-ai Nu-ints. A tribe of Indians living on the Rio Virgen, a tributary of the Colorado, in Southern Utah. The Hunter. VG. $175


NA465.
Hillers for the U.S. Topographical and Geological Survey of the Colorado River of the West. J.W. Powell and A.H. Thompson. Indians of the Colorado Valley. No. 70. Nu-a-gun-tits. A tribe of Indians living at the Ve-gas, or Meadows, in Southwestern Nevada. Two “Old Boys.” VG. $200


NA467.
Hillers for the U.S. Topographical and Geological Survey of the Colorado River of the West. J.W. Powell and A.H. Thompson. Untitled image of brave. VG. $150


NA468.
W.H. Jackson credited on recto, Hillers on verso. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey of the Territories. Prof. F.V. Hayden, in charge. J.W. Powell, Geologist in charge. Indians of the Colorado Valley. Kai-vav-its. A tribe of the Pai Utes, on the Kai-bab Plateau, near the Grand Canon of the Colorado, in Northern Arizona. No. 13. The Basket-Maker. G. $150


NA471.
Hillers for the U.S. Topographical and Geological Survey of the Colorado River of the West. J.W. Powell and A.H. Thompson. Indians of the Colorado Valley. No. 2. Kai-vav-its. A tribe of the Pai Utes, living on the Kai-bab Plateau, near the Grand Canon of the Colorado, in Northern Arizona. Group of Men in Full Dress. VG. $275


NA473.
J. Carbutt, Chicago, Illinois. Views of the Rocky Mountains and Vicinity. 312. Gov’t School for Indians, Pawnee Reservation. VG. $425


NA475.
C.R. Savage, Pioneer Art Gallery, Salt Lake City, Utah. Se-go-witts and his bride, Ute Chief. G. $350


NA477.
Henry H. Buehman, Tucson, A.T. Pima man. G. $375

Adrian Ebell Photo the morning of the massacre  Adrian Ebell Photo the morning of the massacre
NA488. Adrian J. Ebell, published by Whitney’s Gallery, St. Paul, Minn. No. 70. Squaws Guarding Corn from Blackbirds. This was taken by Ebell near the Indian Mission on the Minnesota River on the morning of the day of the 1862 massacre. VG. $375


NA489.
Whitney’s Gallery, St. Paul, Minn. Tepees of the Sioux Indians. VG. $200

Alaska Indians at Sitka
NA493. Continent Stereoscopic Co., NY. Alaska Indians at Sitka. VG+. $250

Yuma Indians, Arizona Territory
NA494. No ID. Yuma Indians, Arizona Territory. G. $200

Pueblo Tesuque Indians Pueblo Tesuque Indians
NA496. Henry Brown, Santa Fe, N.M. Pueblo Tesuque Indians. No. 69. Two Indians hold pistols and there is an interesting figural doll on the shoulder of the man at center. G. $500

Indian Teepee by Haynes Indian Teepee by Haynes
NA499. F. Jay Haynes, Fargo, D.T. 585. Indian Wigwam or Teepee. In this case it’s a teepee. VG. $325

Arizona Indians Grinding Flour by BuehmanArizona Indians Grinding Flour by Buehman
NA500. H. Buehman, Tucson, A.T. 26. Grinding flour. VG. $300

Arizona Indian with Rifle by Buehman Arizona Indian with Rifle by Buehman
NA501. H. Buehman, Tucson, A.T. 74. Cactus.  I love the way Buehman titles this view “Cactus” when we think the interesting part is the Indian with his rifle. VG. $350

Indian Camp Thousand Islands Indian Camp Thousand Islands
NA502. A.C. McIntyre, Alexandria Bay, River St. Lawrence. Indian Camp, Thousand Islands. G. $175

Goshen Indians
NA503. No ID. 3112. Goshen Indians. I’ve not been able to figure out where these Indians are from. May be Northern Indiana. G. $275

Soo Wigwam by Child
NA504. Child’s Art Gallery, Marquette, Mich. Gems of Lake Superior Scenery. Soo Wigwam. VG. $85

Indian Chiefs, President Arthur's Trip to Yellowstone Indian Chiefs, President Arthur's Trip to Yellowstone
NA509. F. Jay Haynes, Fargo, D.T. Group of Indian Chiefs during President Arthur’s trip to Yellowstone. VG. $375

Indians on Horseback, President Arthur's Trip to Yellowstone Indians on Horseback, President Arthur's Trip to Yellowstone
NA510. F. Jay Haynes, Fargo, D.T. Group of Indians on horseback, President Arthur’s trip t0 Yellowstone. VG. $375

Andrew J. Russell Group of Snake Indians Andrew J. Russell Group of Snake Indians
NA511. [A.J. Russell]. Published by O.C. Smith, Brooklyn, N.Y. No. 659. Group of Snake Indians. G. $275

Warm Spring Indian Scouts in Camp, Modoc War by Muybridge  Warm Spring Indian Scouts in Camp, Modoc War by Muybridge
NA512. Muybridge. The Modoc War. 1628-Warm Spring Indian Scouts in Camp. VG. $1200

A Modoc Brave on the War Path by Muybridge  A Modoc Brave on the War Path by Muybridge
NA513. Muybridge. The Modoc War. 1626-A Modoc Brave on the War Path. VG. $1250

Bringing in the Wounded, Modoc War by Muybridge  Bringing in the Wounded, Modoc War by Muybridge
NA514. Muybridge. The Modoc War. 1617-Bringing in the Wounded after an Engagement. VG. $1250

Warm Spring Indian Scouts on Picket Duty by Muybridge  Warm Spring Indian Scouts on Picket Duty by Muybridge
NA515. Muybridge. The Modoc War. 1630-Warm Spring Indian Scouts on Picket Duty. VG. $850

On the Lookout for an Attack, Modoc War by Muybridge  On the Lookout for an Attack, Modoc War by Muybridge
NA517. Muybridge. The Modoc War. 1616-On the Lookout for an Attack at a Picket Station. VG. $550

Our Correspondent in the Lava Beds, Modoc War  Our Correspondent in the Lava Beds, Modoc War
NA518. Muybridge. The Modoc War. 1631-“Our Own Correspondent” in the Lava Beds. G. $850

Tony and four Old Modoc Squaws by Muybridge  Tony and four Old Modoc Squaws by Muybridge
NA519. Muybridge. The Modoc War. 1624-Tony, (the Squaw who warned General Canby of his impending fate), and four Old Modoc Squaws. G. $650

One Eyed Dixie and Modoc Squaws by Muybridge  One Eyed Dixie and Modoc Squaws by Muybridge
NA520. Muybridge. The Modoc War. 1625-One Eyed Dixie and Modoc Squaws. G. $425

Donald Mc Ky, Celebrated Warm Spring Indian Scout by Muybridge  Donald Mc Ky, Celebrated Warm Spring Indian Scout by Muybridge
NA521. Muybridge. The Modoc War. 1622-Donald Mc Ky, the celebrated Warm Spring Indian Scout. G. $850

Tule Lake Camp by Muybridge  Tule Lake Camp by Muybridge
NA527. Muybridge. The Modoc War. 1609-Tule Lake Camp, South, Tule Lake in the distance. VG. $350

Indians and Mud Lodge, Pawnee Village by Carbutt
NA539. J. Carbutt, Chicago. Views of the Rocky Mountains and Vicinity. 310. Group of Indians and Mud Lodge in Pawnee Village. VG. $350

The Young Basket Maker, Lake George by Stoddard
NA541. S.R. Stoddard, Glens Falls, NY. 1334. The Young Basket Maker, Lake George. VG. $150

Indian Village, Lake Superior
NA542. Child’s Art Gallery, Marquette, Mich. Gems of Lake Superior Scenery. Indian Village. G. $85

Indian Basket Makers, Watkins, NY
NA544. Gates & Co., Watkins Glen, NY. The Indian Basket Makers, Watkins, NY. VG. $150

Pueblo Tesuque Indian Girls Carrying Water  Pueblo Tesuque Indian Girls Carrying Water
NA548. Bennett & Brown, Santa Fe, N.M. Among the Ancient and Interesting Scenery of New Mexico. No. 64. Pueblo Tesuque Series. Pueblo Tesuque Girls, carrying water. VG. $175

Pueblo Tesuque Indian Children  Pueblo Tesuque Indian Children
NA549. Bennett & Brown, Santa Fe, N.M. Among the Ancient and Interesting Scenery of New Mexico. No. 68. Pueblo Tesuque Series. The Little Darlings, Pueblo Tesuque Indian Children. VG. $200

Indian Pottery  Indian Pottery
NA550. Henry Brown, Santa Fe, N.M. No. 25. Santa Fe N.M. Indian Pottery. VG. $200

The Lo Family-Ye Noble Reds  The Lo Family-Ye Noble Reds
NA551. Caswell & Davy, Duluth, Minn. Lake Superior Scenery, North Shore. From another copy of this view, the title is No. 78. The Lo Family-Ye Noble Reds. VG. $475

General Jeff C. Davis and Officers of the Modoc Campaign  General Jeff C. Davis and Officers of the Modoc Campaign
NA552. Muybridge. The Modoc War. 1621-Generals Jeff C. Davis, Hardie, and Gillem; and Officers of the Modoc Campaign. VG. $1200

Tuscarora Bead Makers
NA553. Geo. Barker, Niagara Falls, NY. Tuscarora Squaws-Luna Island-Niagara. G. $125

Black Bear Making Speech
NA554. N.A. Forsyth, Butte, Mont. Black Bear Making Speech at Sun Dance Ceremony. VG. $150

Indians Going for Hay in Arizona
NA555. Continent Stereoscopic Company. 25-Indians going for Hay in Arizona. VG. $150

At the Rancherio
NA558. Watkins’ Pacific Coast. 222. At the Rancherio, Mendocino County, California. VG. $325

Ojibeway Tepee
NA559. F.J. Haynes, Fargo. Northern Pacific Views. 802. Ojibeway Tepee-Lake of the Woods. VG. $125

Squaws  Squaws
NA560. F.J. Haynes, Fargo, D.T. Three Native American women. G. $125

Pima Wickiups by Rothrock, Arizona  Pima Wickiups by Rothrock, Arizona
NA563. G.H. Rothrock’s Arizona Scenery, Phoenix, Arizona. No. 176. Pima Wickiups. VG. $450 

Crook Expedition-Cheyenne Warriors Crook Expedition-Cheyenne Warriors
NA564. S.J. Morrow, Yankton, D.T. Views of Gen’l Crook’s Expedition and the Black Hills. No. 10. Cheyenne Warriors in council costume and war bonnets. VG. $1200

Squaws Dressing Buffalo Hides Squaws Dressing Buffalo Hides
NA565. S.J. Morrow, Yankton, D.T. Views of Gen’l Crook’s Expedition and the Black Hills. No. 15. Squaws dressing Buffalo hides, and showing manner of stretching them. VG. $1000

Modoc War by Muybridge Modoc War by Muybridge
NA567. Muybridge. The Modoc War. 1615-On the start for a Reconnoissance of the Lava Beds. G+. $500

Old Horse Rails and Squaw Old Horse Rails and Squaw
NA570. S.J. Morrow, Yankton, D.T. Old Horse Rails and Squaw. G. $525

Apache Chiefs Mounted at Verde Reservation
NA571. D.P. Flanders. Scenes in Arizona. 33. Apache Chiefs Mounted at Verde Reservation. G. $800

Pahute Indians by Carter Pahute Indians by Carter
NA572. Carter’s View Emporium, Salt Lake City, Utah. Group of Pahute Indians. VG. $200

Chiefs of the Mandans
NA576. S. J. Morrow, Yankton, Dakota. Photographic Gems from the Great North-West. Chiefs of the Mandans. VG-. $975

Indian Rancheria
NA577. Thomas Houseworth & Co., San Francisco. Central Pacific Railroad. 601. An Indian Rancheria in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. VG-. $400

Modoc War Headquarters
NA578. Watkins’ Pacific Coast. 2505 Headquarters and Bluff, view taken from beyond picket line, looking North-West. Modoc War view. VG. $650

Indian Sweat Bath, Sonoma County
NA579. Thomas Houseworth & Co., San Francisco. Great Geyser Springs. 1168. Indian Sweat Bath, Sonoma County, Cal. VG. $350

Iron Bull, Crow Chief Iron Bull, Crow Chief
NA580. S. J. Morrow, Yankton, D.T. Photographic Gems of the Great North-West. Iron Bull, Chief of the Crow Nation. VG. $850

Chief Sharp Nose and Family Chief Sharp Nose and Family
NA581. F. Jay Haynes, Fargo, D.T. 1718. Chief Sharp Nose and Family. VG. $575

Thorn & Bull in Water, Indian Scouts Thorn & Bull in Water, Indian Scouts
NA582. W. R. Cross, Niobrara, Neb. Indian Scouts Thorn & Bull in Water. 7th Cavalry Arikara Scouts. VG. $600

Native Hut Arizona Native Hut Arizona
NA583. H.T. Hiester, Santa Fe, N.M. Views of the Southwest. Hogon(?) in Canyon de Chelle, A.T. VG. $400

Indian Pueblos by Jackson
NA585. W.H. Jackson, Washington, DC. Hayden Survey mount. Native American Pueblo. VG. $325

Indian Pueblos by Jackson
NA586. W.H. Jackson, Washington, DC. Hayden Survey mount. Native American Pueblo with gathering of Native Americans. VG. $400

Indian Pueblos by Jackson
NA587. W.H. Jackson, Washington, DC. Hayden Survey mount. Native American Pueblo. VG. $325

Indian Pueblos by Jackson
NA588. W.H. Jackson, Washington, DC. Hayden Survey mount. Native American Pueblo. VG. $300

Indian Wigwam by Illingworth
NA589. W.H. Illingworth, St. Paul, Minn. Stereographs of Lake Superior Scenery. Indian Wigwam on the Saministiqua. VG. $250

Crow Breast, Chief of Gros Ventes
NA593. No ID. “Sitting Bull” is written on verso although this is not him rather this is Crow Breast, Chief of the Gros Ventes. G. $275

Sioux Pappoose by Morrow Sioux Pappoose by Morrow
NA594. S.J. Morrow, Yankton, D.T. Photographic Gems of the Great Northwest. Indian Series. 111. Sioux pappoose asleep, bound in crib. VG. $200

Indian Delegation to see the President Indian Delegation to see the President
NA595. F. Jay Haynes, Fargo, D.T. Northern Pacific Views. Indian Delegation to the President. G. $200

Indian Camp, Thousand Islands Indian Camp, Thousand Islands
NA598. A.C. McIntyre. Scenery among the Thousand Islands, on the River St. Lawrence. Indian Camp. G. $125

Scouts Medicine Wolf and Lover
NA599. F.A. Taylor, publisher. 258. Ree? Scouts “Medicine Wolf” and “Lover.” I believe these scouts enlisted in 1874 at Fort Abraham Lincoln. G-. $275

Shoshone Indians at Corinne Shoshone Indians at Corinne
NA600. Muybridge. Published by Bradley & Rulofson. Central Pacific Railroad. 754-Shoshone Indians at Corinne. VG. $675

Arizona Indian Scout
NA602. Continent Stereoscopic Co., New York. An Indian Scout in Arizona. G. $150

Minnesota Sioux at Depot Minnesota Sioux at Depot
NA603. Nowack, Minneapolis. While there is a title listing on verso, no title matches the scene. Group of Minnesota Sioux with baggage at train depot. Natives in western dress and white man stand behind, one or more with rifles. G. $225

i604 Indian Massacre of 1862
NA604. Adrian J. Ebell. Issued by Whitney’s Gallery, St. Paul. Gems of Minnesota Scenery. People Escaping from the Indian Massacre of 1862, in Minnesota, at Dinner on a Prairie. Photographed by one of the party. Ebell was a member of the Rev. Stephen Riggs’ escape party, Aug. 21, 1862. While there are many images related to this massacre in which 700-800 settlers were killed, this is the only known image taken during the uprising. G. $650

Chippewa Warrior
NA606. Charles Zimmerman, St. Paul, Minn. Chippewa Warrior. G. $200

Bitter Man Cree Chief
NA607. Charles Zimmerman, St. Paul, Minn. Bitter Man (Cree Chief). Fair. $100

Piute Squaw and Children
NA608. Watkins’ New Series. 232. Piute Squaw and Children, at Reno. VG. $250

Indians at Fort Marion
NA609. Geo. Pierron. St. Augustine Views. Group of Indians–Fort Marion. The man in the front row, second from right, wearing a white shirt and hair in braids is the Southern Cheyenne war leader “Minimic” or “Eagle Head.” His son “Howling Wolf” is seated to his right (as one views the image and visible only in the left print). He would later learn art and drawing at the Carlisle Indian School and he became a famous Cheyenne artist. His work is the subject of a book “Howling Wolf, A Cheyenne Warrior’s Graphic Interpretation of His People,” by Karen Daniels Petersen, with an introduction by John C. Ewers. VG. $325

i610 Indians at Fort Marion
NA610. Ashmead Bros., Jacksonville, Fla. Indian Prisoners at Fort Marion. VG. $275

i611 Ute Indians by Kirkland
NA611. Kirkland. Ute Indians. G. $300

Indian Huts by Rogers, LA i615b
NA615. F.H. Rogers & Co., Los Angeles, Cal. Indian Huts. VG. $325

Forsyth Indian stereoview
NA616. N.A. Forsyth, Butte, Montana. A Well Dressed Group on the Flathead. VG. $125

Forsyth Indian Stereoview
NA618. N.A. Forsyth, Butte, Montana. Performing Ceremonies at Raising of Sun Lodge. VG. $85

Forsyth Indian Stereoview
NA619. N.A. Forsyth, Butte, Montana. Little Dog, Chief of the Blackfeet. VG. $125

Forsyth Indian Stereoview
NA620. N.A. Forsyth, Butte, Montana. Chief Moise and his Family. Copyrigh 1907. VG. $125

Forsyth Indian Stereoview
NA621. N.A. Forsyth, Butte, Montana. Blackfeet Lodge where Sun Dance is held. VG. $100

Forsyth Indian Stereoview
NA622. N.A. Forsyth, Butte, Montana. The Women use Fine Saddles. VG. $125

Forsyth Indian Stereoview
NA623. N.A. Forsyth, Butte, Montana. Gifts for the Sun, Blackfeet Sun Dance. VG. $125

Hillers Indian Stereoview i624b
NA624. Hillers for the Powell and Thompson Survey of the Colorado River. Indians of the Colorado Valley. No. 45. U-ai nu-ints. A tribe of Indians living on the Rio Virgen, a tributary of the Colorado, in Southern Utah. The Kahn, or Tent. 1874. VG. $125

Hillers Indian Stereoview i625b
NA625. Hillers for the Powell and Thompson Survey of the Colorado River. Indians of the Colorado Valley.  No. 63. Nu-a-gun-tits. A tribe of Indians living at the Ve-gas, or Meadows, in Southwestern Nevada. An-ti-naints, Pu-tu-sir, and Wi-chuts (Sitting). VG. $150

Hillers Native American Stereoview i627b
NA627. 
Hillers for the Powell and Thompson Survey of the Colorado River. Indians of the Colorado Valley.  No. 69. Nu-a-gun-tits. A tribe of Indians living at the Ve-gas, or Meadows, in Southwestern Nevada. E-nu-ints-i-gaip, One of the Ancients. VG. $125

Hillers Native American Stereoview i629b
NA629. 
Hillers for the Powell and Thompson Survey of the Colorado River. Indians of the Colorado Valley.  No. 30.  Kai-vav-its. A tribe of the Pai Utes, living on the Kai-bab Plateau, near the Grand Canon of the Colorado, in Northern Arizona. Ku-ra-tu at Rest. Lower left corner crease. G. $100

Hillers Native American Stereoview i630b
NA630. 
Hillers for the Powell and Thompson Survey of the Colorado River. Indians of the Colorado Valley.  No. 28. Kai-vav-its. A tribe of the Pai Utes, living on the Kai-bab Plateau, near the Grand Canon of the Colorado, in Northern Arizona. Won-Si-Vu and Ku-ra-tu. G. $125

Hillers Native American Stereoview i631b
NA631. 
Hillers for the Powell and Thompson Survey of the Colorado River. Indians of the Colorado Valley.  No. 8. Kai-vav-its. A tribe of the Pai Utes, living on the Kai-bab Plateau, near the Grand Canon of the Colorado, in Northern Arizona. Ku-ra-tu. G. $125

Hillers Native American Stereoview i632b
NA632. 
Hillers for the Powell and Thompson Survey of the Colorado River. Indians of the Colorado Valley.  No. 22. Kai-vav-its. A tribe of the Pai Utes, living on the Kai-bab Plateau, near the Grand Canon of the Colorado, in Northern Arizona. The Seed Gatherers. G. $125

Hillers Native American Stereoview i633b
NA633. 
Hillers for the Powell and Thompson Survey of the Colorado River. Indians of the Colorado Valley.  No. 21. Kai-vav-its. A tribe of the Pai Utes, living on the Kai-bab Plateau, near the Grand Canon of the Colorado, in Northern Arizona. The Water Carriers. G. $125

Hillers Native American Stereoview i634b
NA634. 
Hillers for the Powell and Thompson Survey of the Colorado River. Indians of the Colorado Valley.  No. 20. Kai-vav-its. A tribe of the Pai Utes, living on the Kai-bab Plateau, near the Grand Canon of the Colorado, in Northern Arizona. “One-little Two-little Three-little Injuns.” G. $125

Hillers Native American Stereoview i635b
NA635. 
Hillers for the Powell and Thompson Survey of the Colorado River. Indians of the Colorado Valley.  No. 19. Kai-vav-its. A tribe of the Pai Utes, living on the Kai-bab Plateau, near the Grand Canon of the Colorado, in Northern Arizona. Game of Wolf and Deer. G. $125

Hillers Native American Stereoview i637b
NA637. 
Hillers for the Powell and Thompson Survey of the Colorado River. Indians of the Colorado Valley.  No. 12. Kai-vav-its. A tribe of the Pai Utes, living on the Kai-bab Plateau, near the Grand Canon of the Colorado, in Northern Arizona. Ta-vo-kok-i, or the Circle Dance. (Winter Costume.) G. $125

Hillers Native American Stereoview i638b
NA638. 
Hillers for the Powell and Thompson Survey of the Colorado River. Indians of the Colorado Valley.  No. 11. Kai-vav-its. A tribe of the Pai Utes, living on the Kai-bab Plateau, near the Grand Canon of the Colorado, in Northern Arizona. Ta-vo-kok-i, or The Circle Dance (Summer Costume.) G. $125

Hillers Native American Stereoview i643b
NA643. 
Hillers for the Powell and Thompson Survey of the Colorado River. Indians of the Colorado Valley.  No. 14. Kai-vav-its. A tribe of the Pai Utes, living on the Kai-bab Plateau, near the Grand Canon of the Colorado, in Northern Arizona. Group of Women in Full Dress. VG. $150

Hillers Native American Stereoview i644b
NA644. 
Hillers for the Powell and Thompson Survey of the Colorado River. Indians of the Colorado Valley.  No. 16. Kai-vav-its. A tribe of the Pai Utes, living on the Kai-bab Plateau, near the Grand Canon of the Colorado, in Northern Arizona. Showing the Wi-geav, or Feather Head Dress. G. $150

Julius Meyer and Native Americans
NA649. No ID. Sitting Bull, Swift Bear, Spotted Tail, Red Cloud, and Julius Meyer. Julius Meyer was born in Bromberg, Prussia, March 30, 1839. He emigrated to Omaha, Nebraska, in 1867 and began developing acquaintances with Plains Indians. He was reportedly able to speak six Indian languages. He served as an interpreter for Gen. George Crook and later opened an Indian Curiosity shop, called the “Indian Wigwam” on Eleventh and Farnam Streets in Omaha. VG. $1200

Arizona Indian
NA651. Continent Stereoscopic Company, NY.  262-An Arizona Indian at Rest. Small split at left margin. G. $200

i652 Mojave Indians
NA652. Continent Stereoscopic Company. 204-A Mojave Indian Scene in Arizona. G. $200

i653 Modoc Brave on War Path
NA653. Muybridge, published by Bradley & Rulofson, San Francisco. The Modoc War. 1627-A Modoc Brave on the War Path. G. $650

i654 Indians at Fort Marion
NA654. No ID. A Picture of the Indian Cut Throats & Scalpers, who were confined in the Old Spanish Fort as prisoners of war by the United States Government. VG. $450

cal907
Cal907. Carleton Watkins, hand-signed and titled view.  1064. Ranchirie? at Clarks. The title on Carletonwatkins.org is “Indian Camp, Yosemite Valley, Mariposa County, Cal.” VG. $350

Cheyenne and Arapahoe Fort Marion
NA656. 
Wilson & Havens, Savannah, Ga. 121. Group of Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indians, in native costume, confined in Fort Marion, St. Augustine, Florida. VG. $375

Utes by Beaman
NA657. Powell & Thompson Topographical and Geological Survey of the Colorado River of the West. Photographed by E.O. Beaman. Indians of the Colorado Valley. No. 75. U-in-ta Utes. Living in the U-in-ta Valley, on the Western Slope of the Wasatch Mountains, in Utah. Indian Lodge. G. $150

Utes by Hillers
NA658. Powell & Thompson Topographical and Geological Survey of the Colorado River of the West. Photographed  by Hillers. Indians of the Colorado Valley. No. 10. Kai-vav-its. A tribe of the Pai Utes, living on the Kai-bab Plateau, near the Grand Canon of the Colorado, in Northern Arizona. Ku-ra-tu and Mu-pates. VG. $125

Utes by Hillers
NA659. Powell & Thompson Topographical and Geological Survey of the Colorado River of the West. Photographed  by Hillers. Indians of the Colorado Valley. No. 35. Kai-vav-its. A tribe of the Pai Utes, living on the Kai-bab Plateau, near the Grand Canon of the Colorado, in Northern Arizona. Summer Home Under a Cedar. G. $125

Utes by Hillers
NA660. Powell & Thompson Topographical and Geological Survey of the Colorado River of the West. Photographed  by Hillers. Indians of the Colorado Valley. No.34. Kai-vav-its. A tribe of the Pai Utes, living on the Kai-bab Plateau, near the Grand Canon of the Colorado, in Northern Arizona. The Game of Ni-aung-pi-kai. VG. $200

Utes by Hillers
NA661. Powell & Thompson Topographical and Geological Survey of the Colorado River of the West. Photographed  by Hillers. Indians of the Colorado Valley. No. 36. Kai-vav-its. A tribe of the Pai Utes, living on the Kai-bab Plateau, near the Grand Canon of the Colorado, in Northern Arizona. Domestic Scene. VG. $200

Utes by Hillers
NA662. Powell & Thompson Topographical and Geological Survey of the Colorado River of the West. Photographed  by Hillers. Indians of the Colorado Valley. No. 33. Kai-vav-its. A tribe of the Pai Utes, living on the Kai-bab Plateau, near the Grand Canon of the Colorado, in Northern Arizona. Chu-ar-re-um-peak and Family. VG. $200

Utes by Hillers
NA663. Powell & Thompson Topographical and Geological Survey of the Colorado River of the West. Photographed  by Hillers. Indians of the Colorado Valley. No. 3. Kai-vav-its. A tribe of the Pai Utes, living on the Kai-bab Plateau, near the Grand Canon of the Colorado, in Northern Arizona. Chu-ar-re-um-peak, and his Friends. VG. $200

Utes by Hillers
NA664. Powell & Thompson Topographical and Geological Survey of the Colorado River of the West. Photographed  by Hillers. Indians of the Colorado Valley. No. 26. Kai-vav-its. A tribe of the Pai Utes, living on the Kai-bab Plateau, near the Grand Canon of the Colorado, in Northern Arizona. Proud of Their Grand-Son. G. $125

Tuscarora Indians Beadwork Bags
NA665. Geo. Barker, Niagara Falls, N.Y. Tuscarora Squaws, Luna Island, Niagara. They are selling their beadwork bags. E. $125

Scalp of Hole in the Day
NA666. Geo. Barker, Niagara Falls, N.Y. Scalp of “Hole-in-the-day_–Sioux Warrior. G. $150

Digger Indian Hunter
NA667. Thomas Houseworth & Co., San Francisco. Central Pacific Railroad. 595. Digger Indian Hunter. VG. $225