Apache man playing a one stringed instrument with a bow. One of the few stringed instruments used by Native Americans in their music. Photographed between 1883 and 1888.

Chasi, a Warm Springs Apache musician playing the apache fiddle, a one stringed instrument with a bow, One of the few stringed instruments used by Native Americans in their music.

Winnebago Indian Portrait with Dog 1913 Wisconsin Historical Society

Winnebago Indian Portrait with Dog

Full-length studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of a Winnebago (Ho-Chunk) man wearing a headdress.

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Warrior brother to Crazy Horse, Chief He Dog played a major part in the brief, heroic battle of the Sioux Indians against the entire force of the United States Government.

Chiricahua burden basket.

The burden basket of the Native American Apache tribe is one of the most recognized baskets of American Indians. Traditionally, burden baskets were originally used in everyday life for gathering wild

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The First Americans

This handsome native image was found in a “Souvenir View Album” published by the Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway to promote travel and tourism in an area extending from North Bay to Cochrane.

Kiowa Women - between 1880 and Native American (Kiowa) women; one woman is Big Trees sister. The women wear dresses, one wears a fringed shawl.

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