Pictures of Native Americans in the United States
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.
All of the pictures described in the list are either
photographs or copies of artworks. Any item not identified as an
artwork is a photograph. 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.
The pictures are grouped by subject. English names of
individuals have been used, with native or secondary designations
in parentheses. 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.
Captions for and the terms used to describe the photographs in this list were created at or about the time each image was made. Consequently, some of the terms used at the time may now be considered by Native Americans to be outdated, inaccurate, derogatory, disrespectful, or culturally insensitive. To learn more about this topic researchers should contact the individual tribal archives, museums, or libraries. For a list, see the
National Directory of Tribal Archives, Museums
Many photographs relating to Native Americans
are not included in this list. Separate inquiries
about them should be as specific as possible, including names,
dates, places, and other details.
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Table of Contents:
- Bird's-eye view of Nez Perce' Agency, Idaho. 1879.
- Sioux Indian police lined up on horseback in front of
Pine Ridge Agency buildings, Dakota Territory, August
- General view of buildings, Rocky Boy Agency, Mont.
Chippewa Photographed by Walter D. Wilcox, 1936.
- Office and sutler store, Round Valley Agency, Calif.,
5. ||Apaches delivering hay at Fort Apache, Ariz.
Photographed by C. A. Merkey.
6. || Navajo hogan and cornfield near Holbrook, Ariz.
Photographed by F. A. Ames, 1889.
7. || Navajo women shearing sheep.
8. || Moapariat Paiute woman gathering seeds, southern
Nevada. Photographed by John K. Hillers, 1873.
| 9. || Pisehedwin, a Potawatomi, and others in front of his
Kansas farm home, 1877, |
| 10. || Pumpkins growing in front of a single-family Zuni
adobe. Photographed by John K. Hillers, ca. 1879.
14. || One-Called-From-A-Distance (Midwewinind), a
Chippewa from White Earth Reservation, Minnesota;
half-length, seated, showing beadwork sash and
vest, 1894. |
15.|| Wolf Necklace (Harlish Washshomake), a Paloos
chief; full-length, standing, wearing a bead necklace and a beaded purse, 1890.
16. || String and belt wampum, ca. 1890. |
23. || Two Apache babies on cradleboards. |
Apache boy with face and legs painted. Photographed by Ben Wittick. |
25. || Chiricahua Apache girl, granddaughter of Cochise;
full-length, seated. Photographed by Ben Wittick,
ca. 1886. |
26. || Cherokee boy and girl in costume on reservation,
North Carolina. Photographed by John K. Hillers, Jr.,
June 1939. |
27. || Angelic La Moose, whose grandfather was a Flathead
chief, wearing costume her mother made; full-length,
standing, in front of a tent, Flathead Reservation,
Mont. Photographed by H. T. Cory, September 1913.
28. || Lone Bear (Tar-lo), a Kiowa, dressed as an Osage
boy with paint stripes on forehead; full-length,
seated. Photographed by William S. Soule, 1868-74.
29. || Navajo papoose on a cradleboard with a lamb
approaching, Window Rock, Arizona. Photographed by
H. Armstrong Roberts, ca. 1936. |
Treaty signing by William T. Sherman and the Sioux
at Fort Laramie, Wyoming. Photographed by Alexander
Gardner, 1868. |
31. || Council of Cheyenne and Arapaho at Seger Colony,
Oklahoma, with an agent, 1900. |
32. || Delegates from 34 tribes in front of Creek Council
House, Indian Territory (Oklahoma), ca. 1880. |
33. ||Council of Sioux chiefs and leaders that settled the
Indian wars, Pine Ridge, South Dakota. Photographed by John
C. H. Grabill, 1891. |
34. || Jesse Cornplanter, descendant of Cornplanter, the
famous Seneca chief, making a ceremonial mask,
Tonawanda Community House, Tonawanda, N.Y.
Photographed by Helen Post, 1940. |
35. || Kidd Smith, Seneca carver, at work in the Tonawanda
Community House. Photographed by Helen Post, 1940.
36. || Salvadora Valensuelo, a Mission woman, making lace,
Pala Mission, Calif. Photographed by Walter D.
Wilcox, 1936. |
37. || Navajo silversmith with examples of his work and
tools. Photographed by Ben Wittick, ca. 1880.
38.|| Arapaho Ghost Dance. Artwork by Mary Irvin Wright,
ca. 1900, based on photographs by James Mooney.
39. || Eskimo dance orchestra, including drumheads made from
whale stomachs, Point Barrow, Alaska. Photographed by
Stanley Morgan, 1935. |
40.|| Hopi women's dance, Oraibi, Ariz. Photographed by John
K. Hillers, 1879. |
41. || Buffalo dance of the Mandans. Artwork by Karl Bodmer,
42. || Medicine Man Charlie Turquoise (third from right)
leads a group of Navajo dancers, Fort Wingate, N. Mex.
U.S. Army Signal Corps photograph, 1941. |
43. || Sioux
sun dance. Artwork by Jules Tavernier and Paul
Frenzeny, 1874. |
44. || Big Foot's band of Miniconjou Sioux in costume at a
dance, Cheyenne River, S. Dak. Photographed by John C.
H. Grabill, August 9, 1890. |
45. || Masked "Mud Heads" prepared to dance; spectators seated
on the upper walls, Zuni Pueblo, N. Mex. Photographed
by John K. Hillers, 1879. |
Delegations in Washington, D.C.
46.|| Flathead delegation of six and an interpreter.
Photographed by C. M. Bell, 1884. |
47. || Mandan and Arikara delegation. Six Indians with three
escorts, 1874. |
48.|| Oto delegation of five wearing claw necklaces and fur
turbans. Photographed by John K. Hillers, January 1881.
49.|| Red Cloud delegation. Left to right: Red Dog, Little
Wound, John Bridgeman (interpreter), Red Cloud,
American Horse, and Red Shirt. Oglala Sioux, before
50.|| Large delegation with several agents or other officials
on the White House grounds. Mathew Brady Collection
photograph, before 1877. |
51. || Apache bride. |
52. || Eskimo mother and child in furs, Nome, Alaska;
bust-length, with child on back. Photographed by
H. G. Kaiser, ca. 1915. |
53. || Havasupai girl wearing beads and cape; half-length,
seated. Photographed by Henry Peabody, ca. 1900.
54. || Hopi woman dressing hair of unmarried girl.
Photographed by Henry Peabody, ca. 1900.
55. || Two Tlingit girls, Tsacotna and Natsanitna, wearing
noserings, near Cooper River, Alaska. Miles Brothers
photograph, 1903. |
56. || Two Wichita girls in summer dress. Photographed by
William S. Soule, 1870. |
57. || Indians in North Carolina fishing with traps, spears,
and nets. Artwork by John White, 1885. |
58. || Johnnie Saux, a Quinaielt, holding a dog salmon,
Taholah, Washington. Photographed by Walter D. Wilcox,
59. || A Seminole spearing a garfish from a dugout, Florida,
ca. 1930. |
60. || A skate from the Swinomish tribal fishtrap, Tulalip
Indian Agency, Washington. Photographed by Andrew T.
Kelley, 1938. |
61.|| Arapaho camp with buffalo meat drying near Fort
Dodge, Kansas. Photographed by William S. Soule, 1870.
62.|| Salmon drying. Aleut village, Old Harbor, Alaska.
Photographed by N. B. Miller, 1889. |
63. || Paiute woman grinding seeds in doorway of thatched
hut, small boy in foreground. Photographed by John K.
Hillers, 1872. |
64. || Two Seminole women cooking cane syrup, Seminole
Indian Agency, Florida. Photographed by Gardin, 1941.
65. || Two Taos women baking bread in outside oven, New
Mexico. Photographed by H. T Cory, 1916.
Games and Recreation
69. || Eskimo group of 11 men, women, and children dressed
in fur, Port Clarence, Alaska. Photographed by William
Dinwiddie, 1894. |
70. || Knik Chief Nikaly and family near Anchorage, Alaska.
Photographed by H. G. Kaiser, ca. 1910. |
71. || Man and woman of Laguna Pueblo, New Mexico. Photographed by
Ben Wittick. |
72. || Winema or Tobey Riddle, a Modoc, standing between an
agent and her husband Frank (on her left), with four
Modoc women in front. Photographed by Eadweard
Muybridge, 1873. |
73. || Shoshoni at Fort Washakie, Wyoming. Last photograph of
Chief Washakie, who is on the extreme left, standing
and pointing, 1892. |
74. || Two Tlingit women with several children near the
Kotsina River, Alaska. Miles Brothers photograph, 1902.
75. || Apache rancheria with two men holding rifles.
Photographed by Camillus S. Fly. |
76. || Family
of Bannocks in front of a grass tent, Idaho.
Photographed by William H. Jackson, 1872. |
77. || Summer skin tent with an old Eskimo woman in
foreground, Point Barrow, Alaska. Photographed by
Stanley Morgan, 1935. |
78. || Supai Charlie standing in front of his ha-wa, Havasu
Canyon. Photographed by Henry Peabody, ca. 1900.
79. || Dancers' Rock, Walpi, Arizona, part of a Hopi pueblo;
picturing three Hopi people, ladders, and utensils.
Photographed by John K. Hillers, 1879. |
80. || A Kickapoo wickiup, Sac and Fox Agency, Okla., ca.
81. || Interior of a Navajo hogan on a New Mexico
reservation. Photographed by D. Griffiths,
September 13, 1903. |
82. || Joseph Matthews, Osage council member, author,
historian, and Rhodes scholar, seated at home in
front of his fireplace, Oklahoma. Photographed by
Andrew T. Kelley, December 16, 1937. |
83. || The Arrow Maker and his daughter, Kaivavit Paiutes,
in front of their home, northern Arizona. Photographed
by Clement Powell, October 4, 1872. |
84. || Pawnee lodges at Loup, Nebraska, with a family standing
in front of a lodge entrance. Photographed by William
H. Jackson, 1873. |
85. || Gabe Gobin, an Indian logger, in front of his home.
Tulalip Reservation, Washington. Photographed by Lee Muck,
86. || Little Big Mouth, a medicine man, seated in front of
his lodge near Fort Sill, Oklahoma, with medicine bag
visible from behind the tent. Photographed by William
S. Soule, 1869-70. |
90. || Big Foot (Sitanka), a Miniconjou Sioux of Cheyenne
River Reservation, South Dakota; half-length, seated,
wearing white shirt. |
91.|| Big Soldier (Wahktageli), a Dakota chief; full-length,
standing. Artwork by Karl Bodmer, May 1833.
92.|| Black Beaver, a Delaware born in Illinois in 1808;
half-length. Photographed by Alexander Gardner, 1872.
93.|| Captain Jack (Kintpuash), a Modoc subchief, executed
October 3, 1873; bust-length, full-face. Photographed
by Louis Heller, 1873. |
94.|| Crow King, a Hunkpapa Sioux; half-length, wearing part
of a major's uniform. Photographed by David F.Barry
at Fort Buford, North Dakota, ca. 1881. |
95. || Curley Bear (Car-io-scuse), a Blackfoot (Siksika)
chief; half-length, dressed in ermines. Photographed
by DeLancey Gill, 1903. |
96.|| Dull Knife (Tah-me-la-pash-me), Chief of Northern
Cheyennes at Battle of Little Bighorn; full-length,
seated. Halftone of photograph. |
97.|| Fisher, McKinley, a Chemehuevi employed by the
Indian Service at Colorado Agency, Arizona;
bust-length, full-face. Photographed by Bennett
Thayer, 1957. |
98. || Four Bears (Mato-Tope), a Mandan chief; full-
length, standing, holding lance and wearing a
painted and quilled shirt. Artwork by Karl
Bodmer, 1833-34. |
99.|| Gall (Pizi, Gaul), a Hunkpapa Sioux; three-quarter-
length, seated. holding bow and arrow, Fort Buford,
North Dakota. Photographed by David F. Barry, 1881.
100.|| George Washington (Sho-e-tat, Little Boy), a Caddo
born in Louisiana in 1816; half-length, full-face.
Photographed by Alexander Gardner, 1872. |
101. || Geronimo (Goyathlay), a Chiricahua Apache; full-length,
kneeling with rifle. Photographed by Ben Wittick, 1887.
102.|| Joseph (Hinmaton-Yalatkit), Nez Perce'chief; full-
length, standing. Photographed by William H.
Jackson, before 1877. |
103. || Kicking Bird (Tene'-angp6te), a Kiowa chief and
grandson of a Crow captive;three-quarter-length,
seated. Photographed by William S. Soule,
104. || Little Raven (Hosa, Young Crow), Head Chief of the
Arapaho; three-quarter-length, seated. Photographed
by William S. Soule, 1868-74. |
105. || Lone Wolfe (Guipago), a Kiowa chief; half-length,
seated. Photographed by William S. Soule, 1868-74.
106. || Looking Glass, a Nez Perce' chief, on horseback in
front of a tepee. Photograph, 1877. |
107. || Manuelito, a Navajo chief; full-length, seated.
Artwork by E. A. Burbank. |
108. || Milky Way (Asa Havi, Bird Chief), a Penateka
Comanche; half-length, seated, holding bow. Photographed by Alexander Gardner, 1872. |
109. || Miner, Cpl. George, a Winnebago from Tomah, Wisconsin;
standing, with rifle, on guard duty, Niederahren,
Germany. Photographed by Lt. Nathaniel L. Dewell,
U.S. Army Signal Corps, January 2, 1919.
110. || Nana (Nanay), a Chiricahua Apache subchief; full-
length, seated. Photographed by Ben Wittick, ca.
111. || Oseola (As-se-he-ho-lor, Black Drink), a Seminole;
bust-length. Artwork by George Catlin, ca. 1837.
112. || Ouray (the Arrow), a Southern Ute chief; bust-length. Artwork. |
113. || Pacer (Peso, Essa-queta), a Kiowa-Apache chief;
half-length, seated, wearing earrings. Photographed by William S. Soule, 1868-74.
114. || Paliwahtiwa, Governor of Zuni; full-length, seated.
Photographed by Ben Wittick. |
115. || Poison, a Cheyenne woman almost 100 years old;
full-length, seated, 1888. |
116. || Quanah Parker, a Kwahadi Comanche chief; full-length, standing in front of tent. Photographed by
117. || Rain-in-the-Face, a Hunkpapa Sioux; bust-length,
full-face, wearing feathered headdress.
118. || Red Cloud (Maqpeya-luta), Chief of the Oglala
Sioux; full-length, seated, holding cane.
119. || Red Tomahawk, a Yanktonai Sioux policeman at
Standing Rock Reservation who may have fired the
shot that killed Sitting Bull; bust-length, wearing
hat. Photograph taken at Fort Yates, North Dakota, 1897.
120. || Rocky Boy (Stone Child), a Chippewa chief; three-quarter length, standing,
dressed in ornate costume.
121. || Scar-faced Charley (Chikchikam Lupatkue-latko), a
Modoc; bust-length. Photographed by Louis Heller,
122. || Sharp Nose (Ta-qua-wi), a Northern Arapaho chief;
bust-length, full-face, wearing U.S. Army captain's
bars, 1884. |
123. || Sitting Bear (Satank, Set-angya), a Kiowa chief;
half-length, seated. Photographed by William S. Soule,
124. || Sitting Bull (Tatonka-I-Yatanka), a Hunkpapa Sioux.
Photographed by David F.Barry, ca. 1885. |
125. || Spotted Tail (Tshin-tah-las-Kah), a Brule Sioux chief;
half-length, seated, profile. Photographed by Alexander
Gardner, 1872. |
126.|| Thorpe, James (Jim) Francis (1882-1953), Sauk and
Fox from Oklahoma and a famous athlete; full-length,
standing, in football uniform of Carlisle Indian
School, Pennsylvania, ca. 1909. |
127. || Umapine (Wakonkonwelasonmi), a Cayuse chief;
full-length, standing, wearing a feathered headdress. Halftone of photograph by Joseph K.
Dixon, September 1909. |
128. || Winnemucca (The Giver), a Paviotso or Paiute chief
of western Nevada; half-length, 1880. |
129.|| Washakie (Shoots-the-Buffalo-Running), a
Shoshoni chief; half-length, seated, holding pipe.
Halftone of photograph. |
130. || White Bear (Sa-tan-ta), a Kiowa chief; full-length,
seated, holding bow and arrows. Photographed by
William S. Soule, 1869-74. |
131.|| Young-Man-Afraid-of-His-Horses (Tashun-Kakokipa),
an Oglala Sioux; standing in front of his lodge,Pine
Ridge, S. Dak. Photographed by G.E. Trager, January 17,
132. || Chief Powder Face of the Arapaho; standing full-length,
wearing war costume. Photographed by William S. Soule,
133. || Pehriska-Ruhpa; full-length, standing, in the costume
of the Dog Band of the Hidatsa. Artwork by Karl Bodmer,
134. || Hopi man having hair dressed by his squaw.
135. || Either Babeshikit, a Kickapoo, or Meraparapa
(Lance), a Mandan; portrait, half-length, seated, with
white paint on forehead and two-feather headdress,
136.|| Two Mohave braves dressed in loincloths; full-
length, standing, western Arizona. Photographed by
Timothy O'Sullivan, 1871. |
137. || Chief of the Little Osages; bust-length, profile
showing hair style. Artwork by Charles B.J. de
Saint-Memin, ca. 1807. |
138. || Two braves with faces painted. Left to right: Massica,
a Sauk, and Wakusasse, a Fox. Artwork by Karl Bodmer,
139. || Group of six Zuni men wearing coats and leather
boots; full-length, standing and seated. Photographed by John K. Hillers, 1879. |
150. || Daisy Pino, an Acoma girl, during on-the-job
training at Brown's Cafe, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Photographed by Henry Kyllingstad, April 18,
151.|| Mary Parker, a young Seminole girl, using sewing
machine at the Brighton Day School on the Glades
County Reservation, Fla. Photographed by Alexander,
152. || Sioux boys as they were dressed on arrival at the
Carlisle Indian School, Pennsylvania. Photographed
by J. N. Choate, October 5, 1879. |
153. || Group of Omaa boys in cadet uniforms, Carlisle
Indian School, Pennsylvania. Photographed by J. N.
Choate, ca. 1880. |
154. || Boys and girls conducting physics experiments,
Carlisle Indian School, Pennsylvania, ca. 1915.
155.|| Carlisle Indian School Band seated on steps of a
school building, Carlisle, Pa. Photographed by
Gustave Hensel, 1915. |
156.|| Students in cadet uniforms in front of the
buildings, Indian training school, Forest
Grove, Oreg. Photographed by Davidson, 1882.
157. || Class in blacksmithing, Forest Grove School,
Oregon. Photographed by Davidson, 1882.
158. || Football team on the field, Haskell Institute,
Lawrence, Kans., 1914. |
159. || Girls' shorthand class, Haskell Institute, Lawrence,
Kans. Photographed by Squires, ca. 1910. |
160. || Girls at Isleta Day School in a tug of war, Albu-
querque, N. Mex. Photographed by Sekaer, 1940.
161. || Art class, Phoenix Indian School, Arizona.
Photographed by Messinger, June 1900.
162. || Little girls praying beside their beds, Phoenix
Indian School, Arizona. Photographed by Messinger,
June 1900. |
163. || Students branding cattle at Seger Colony School,
Oklahoma, ca. 1900. |
Scouts for the Army
164. || Apache scouts drilling with rifles, Fort Wingate,
New Mexico. |
165. || Bloody Knife, Custer's scout, on Yellowstone Expedition. Photographed by William R. Pywell, 1873.
166. || Peaches (Tsoe), a White Mountain Apache scout;
full-length, holding rifle. Photographed by Ben
Wittick, ca. 1885. |
167. || Curley, Crow scout for Custer at Little Bighorn;
bust-length. Photographed by David F. Barry, ca.
168. || Rabbit-Tail, Shoshone member of Captain Ray's
scout company; half-length, seated, with bracelets
and ornamented vest. |
169.|| Warm Spring scouts, Lava Beds, Calif.; their leader,
Donald McKay, is leaning against rock. Photographed
by Eadweard Muybridge, 1873. |
170.|| Six Eskimos standing beside native skinboat
(umiak) on sled, Point Barrow, Alaska. Photographed by Stanley Morgan, 1935. |
171. || Frank Tlyasman, a Quinaielt, in his new dugout
canoe, Taholah, Wash. Photographed by Walter D.
Wilcox, 1936. |
172.|| A Blackfoot on horseback, with a rifle. Artwork
by Karl Bodmer, 1833-34. |
173.|| Uinta Ute warrior and his bride on horseback,
northwest Utah. Photographed by John K. Hillers,
174.|| Stump Horn and family (Southern Cheyenne);
showing home and horsedrawn travois. Photographed
by Christian Barthelmess, 1890. |
175.|| An Indian village on the move. Artwork by
Charles M. Russell, 1905. |
176. || Acoma Pueblo and its reflection in a pool of
water, New Mexico. Photographed by Ansel
Adams, 1941-42. |
177. || The village of Pomeioc, N.C. Artwork by John
White, 1885. |
178. || Winter village of the Manitaries (Hidatsa) in
Dakota Territory. Artwork by Karl Bodmer,
179. || A general view of the Laguna Pueblo, New Mexico.
Photographed by John K. Hillers, 1879.
180. || Taos Pueblo, New Mexico, with mountains in the background. Photographed by Ansel Adams, 1941.
181. || First terrace of Zuni, New Mexico, showing ladders and
utensils. Photographed by John K. Hillers, 1879.
182. || San Juan, a Mescalero Apache chief; standing,
full-length, holding a spear and shield.
183. || Simiguluk, an Eskimo spear and lancemaker
with his wares, Point Barrow, Alaska.
Photographed by Stanley Morgan. 1935.
184. || A Paiute drawing his bow and arrow; two others
in festive costume. Photographed by John K.
Hillers, October 1872. |
185. || Indian relics (mostly arrowheads) found on the
Enchanted Mesa, June 22, 1898. Photographed by
Henry Peabody, ca. 1900. |
186.|| Hopi man weaving a blanket; with back
to camera and holding a wooden sley in both hands.
Photographed by John K. Hillers, 1879.
187.|| Navajo weaver spinning wool into yarn; full-
length, seated, with a loom behind her,
Torre'on, New Mexico. Photographed by Milton
188.|| Navajo family group in Canyon de Chelle, New
Mexico Territory; woman weaving at loom, man
holding bow and arrow. Photographed by Timothy
H. O'Sullivan, 1873. |
189.|| We-Wa, a Zuni man dressed as a woman, weaving
a belt on a waist loom with reed heddle.
Photographed by John K. Hillers, 1879.
World War II Activities
190. || Lt. Woody J. Cochran holding a Japanese flag,
New Guinea. A Cherokee from Oklahoma and a
bomber pilot, Lieutenant Cochran earned the
Silver Star, Purple Heart, Distinguished
Flying Cross, and Air Medal. April 1, 1943.
191. || Lt. Ernest Childers, a Creek, being congratulated
by Gen. Jacob L. Devers after receiving the Congressional Medal of Honor in Italy for wiping out
two machinegun nests. U.S. Army Signal Corps
photograph, July 13, 1944. |
192. || Dan Waupoose, a Menomini chief; full-length,
kneeling with a rifle and wearing a feathered
headdress, Algiers, La. U.S. Navy photograph,
August 24, 1943. |
193. || Pfc. Ira H. Hayes, a Pima, at age 19, ready to
jump, Marine Corps Paratroop School. One of the
four Marines in the lwo Jima flag-raising
photograph. U.S. Marine Corps photograph, 1943.
194. || Three Marine Corps women reservists, Camp
Lejeune, N.C. Left to right: Minnie Spotted
Wolf (Blackfoot), Celia Mix (Potawatomi), and
Viola Eastman (Chippewa). U.S. Marine Corps
photograph, October 16, 1943.
Index by Tribe
Acoma, 144, 150, 176
Apache, 5, 11, 23-25, 51, 75, 101, 110, 147-48, 164-
Arapaho, 31, 38, 61, 104, 122, 132
Blackfoot, 20, 87, 95, 172, 194
Cherokee, 26, 190
Cheyenne, 31, 96, 115, 174
Chippewa, 3, 14, 120, 194
Comanche, 108, 116
Creek, 32, 191
Crow, 103, 149, 167
Dakota, see Sioux
Eskimo, 39, 52, 62, 69, 77, 88, 170, 183
Flathead, 27, 46
Fox, see Sauk and Fox
Havasupai, 53, 78
Hidatsa, 133, 178
Hopi, 12, 40, 54, 79, 134, 145, 186
Kickapoo, 80, 135
Kiowa, 28, 103, 105, 123, 130, 140-41
Mandan, 41, 47, 98, 135
Manitari, see Hidatsa
Modoc, 72, 93, 121
Navajo, 6-7, 29, 37, 42, 81, 107, 187-88
Nez Perce, 1, 102, 106
Ojibway, see Chippewa
Osage, 28, 82, 137
Paiute, 8, 63, 66-67, 83, 89, 128, 184
Potawatomi, 9, 194
Pueblo, see name of individual Pueblo
Quinaielt, 58, 171
Salish, see Flathead
Santa Clara, 146
Sauk and Fox, 126, 138
Seminole, 59, 64, 111, 151
Shoshoni, 73, 129, 142, 16
Siksika, see Blackfoot
Sioux, 2, 18-19, 21, 30, 33, 43-44, 49, 68, 90-91, 94, 99, 117-19,
124-25, 131, 152
Taos, 65, 180
Tlingit, 55, 74
Ute, 112, 173
Warm Spring, 169
Wichita, 22, 56
Zuni, 10, 45, 114, 139, 181, 189
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