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Wampanoag chief Metacomet, or King Philip of Pokonoket. Hand-colored engraving
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Red Cloud, or Mahpiua Luta, Oglala Sioux chief, in quillwork shirt, 1890s. Hand-colored photograph
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Little Turtle, chief of Miami tribe. Hand-colored woodcut
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Billy Bowlegs, chief of the eastern Seminole tribe, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Chief Pontiac. Hand-colored halftone
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Young Zulu chief in South Africa, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Tecumseh portrait, in a British uniform. Hand-colored woodcut
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Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce. Hand-colored engraving
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Osceola, chief of the Seminoles, early 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
PNAT2A-00015
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Black Hawk portrait. Hand-colored engraving of portrait by Charles B. King
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Sitting Bull. Hand-colored halftone of a photograph
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Apache chief Geronimo, also known as Goyathlay, 1880s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Chief Gall, a Sioux leader in the Battle of Little Big Horn. Hand-colored woodcut
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Tomo-chichi, chief of the Yamacraws, and his son. Hand-colored woodcut
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Tomo-Chi-Chi, chief of the Yamacraw. Hand-colored woodcut
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Ely Parker (Hasanoada), Seneca chief. Hand-colored woodcut
PNAT2A-00043
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John Ross, or Kooweskoowe, Cherokee chief, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
PNAT3A-00003
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Mohawk chief Joseph Brant, or Thayendanegea, with autograph. Engraving
PNAT3A-00052
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Bird Chief, war-chief of the Arapahoes, 1871. Woodcut
PNAT3A-00060
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Little Raven, chief of the Arapahoes, 1871. Woodcut
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Outacite, a chief of the Cherokees. Woodcut
PNAT3A-00066
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Ute chief Ouray who quelled the uprising against whites in 1879. Woodcut
EVNT2A-00233
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Visit of Pontiac and his Native American allies to British officer Major Gladwyn. Hand-colored woodcut
EVNT2A-00259
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Geronimo and Natchez on horseback, Apache Wars, 1886. Hand-colored woodcut
EXPL2A-00258
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De Soto's expedition met by chief Aquixo's Native Americans in canoes on the Mississippi, 1542. Hand-colored woodcut
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Mescalero Apache Chief San Juan, Medicine-man Gorgonio, and War Chief Nantzili, 1880s, Arizona. Hand-colored woodcut
NATI2A-00061
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Comanches escaping with their chief from fight with US Army under General John Davidson, Texas panhandle, 1874.
Hand-colored woodcut
NATI2A-00096
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Sioux leaders ceremonially facing the setting sun, 1800s.
Hand-colored engraving of Remington illustration
NATI2A-00143
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Tomb of embalmed chiefs, their flesh and bones dried and preserved, North Carolina, 1500s. Hand-colored woodcut of John White drawing
NATI2D-00051
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Native American Kiawah chief meeting Carolina colonists, 1670, statue in Charleston SC.
NATI2D-00052
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Head of Native American Kiawah chief meeting Carolina colonists, 1670, statue in Charleston SC
NATI2P-00070
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Navajo chief of the desert, 1904. Printed reproduction of a photograph by Edward Curtis
PNAT2A-00007
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Tecumseh pulling his brother, The Prophet. by the hair. Hand-colored engraving
PNAT2A-00008
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Tecumseh fighting another Native American, watched by British General Henry Proctor. Hand-colored woodcut
PNAT2A-00009
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Tecumseh defends the whites at Fort Meigs, Ohio, besieged by British in War of 1812. Hand-colored woodcut
PNAT2A-00010
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Shawnee chief Tecumseh confronting William Henry Harrison in Indiana. Hand-colored halftone
PNAT2A-00014
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Ottawa chief Pontiac holding wampum belt, in council. Hand-colored woodcut
PNAT2A-00016
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Sitting Bull, or Tatanka Iyotake, leader of the Sioux Nation. Hand-colored woodcut
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Chief Opecancanough arousing Native Americans against Virginia colonists, 1640s. Hand-colored woodcut
PNAT2A-00027
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Samoset visiting Plymouth colonists, 1620s. Hand-colored woodcut
PNAT2A-00028
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Massasoit visited by Governor Winslow, Plymouth Colony, 1620s. Hand-colored woodcut
PNAT2A-00031
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Chief Opecancanough in captivity, Virginia Colony. Hand-colored woodcut
PNAT2A-00032
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Capture and death of Sioux Chief Sitting Bull, 1890. Hand-colored halftone
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Chief Pontiac addressing a gathering of Native Americans. Hand-colored woodcut
PNAT2A-00044
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Death of Wampanoag Chief Wamsutta, or Alexander. Hand-colored woodcut of a Howard Pyle illustration
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Sitting Bull dressed as a warrior. Hand-colored woodcut
PNAT3A-00006
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Tecumseh portrait, in a British uniform. Woodcut
PNAT3A-00022
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Chief Opecancanough arousing Native Americans against Virginia colonists, 1640s. Woodcut
PNAT3P-00002
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Red Cloud, or Mahpiua Luta, Oglala Sioux chief, in quillwork shirt, 1890s. Photograph
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Native American chiefs visiting President Grant in the White House, 1871. Hand-colored woodcut
USMA2A-00061
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Treaty between Chief Massasoit and Plymouth colonists. Hand-colored woodcut
NATI2A-00211
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Crow Indian chief in a traditional war bonnet and clothing. Digitally colored halftone of a photograph
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Chief Saturioua ceremony for victory before battle with neighboring tribes, Florida, 1500s. Hand-colored woodcut of a 1591 DeBry engraving of a painting by Le Moyne
NATI3A-00211
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Crow Indian chief in a traditional war bonnet and clothing. Halftone of a photograph
NATI3A-00213
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Chief Saturioua ceremony for victory before battle with neighboring tribes, Florida, 1500s. Woodcut of a 1591 DeBry engraving of a painting by Le Moyne
PNAT2A-00072
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Sitting Bull eluding pursuers by leaving no trail in a rushing stream. Hand-colored woodcut
PNAT3A-00053
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British ally Thayendanegea, also known as Joseph Brant. Woodcut
PNAT3A-00054
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Mohawk chief Joseph Brant, also known as Thayendanegea. Woodcut
PNAT3A-00056
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Colorow, Ute chief during uprising in the 1870s. Woodcut
PNAT3A-00057
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Geronimo, renegade chief of the Chiricahua Apaches, 1886. Woodcut
PNAT3A-00061
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Little Robe, or Tak-Kee-O-Mah, chief of the Cheyenne, 1871. Woodcut
PNAT3A-00062
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Manuelito, a great Navajo leader, 1800s. Printed halftone of a photograph
PNAT3A-00065
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Chippewa chief Oshawanah in 1858. Woodcut of a photograph
PNAT3A-00070
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Red Cloud speaking at Cooper Institute in New York City, 1870. Woodcut
PNAT3A-00073
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Sitting Bull. Woodcut
PNAT3A-00074
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Yamacraw chief Tomo-Chichi. Woodcut
PNAT3A-00075
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Unca, chief of the White River Utes, Colorado, 1870s. Woodcut
PNAT2A-00068
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Pennacook chief known as Passaconaway, the Bashaba. Hand-colored woodcut
PNAT3A-00064
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Ninigret, Narragansett chief and friend of the English settlers. Woodcut
PNAT3A-00068
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Pennacook chief known as Passaconaway the Bashaba. Woodcut
PNAT3A-00071
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Red Jacket, Seneca chief. Woodcut
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Huron chief Donnacona warns Cartier's expedition not to sail up the St Lawrence River to Hochlega, 1535. Hand-coolored woodcut
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Cartier embraced by Donnacona, a Huron chief, Gaspee Peninsula, Canada. Hand-colored woodcut
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The death of Philip, ending King Philip's War. Hand-colored woodcut
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Death of Wampanoag leader Philip, King Philip's War, 1676. Hand-colored woodcut
PNAT4C-02815
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Massasoit visited by Governor Winslow, Plymouth Colony, 1620s. 15 sec. animation of a hand-colored woodcut
USMA2A-00028
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Chief Massasoit negotiating a peace agreement with the colonists of Plymouth, 1621. Hand-colored woodcut
USMA2A-00103
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Wampanoag leader Massasoit visiting colonists at Plymouth, 1620s. Hand-colored woodcut
USMA4C-02815
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Chief Massasoit making a peace agreement with the colonists of Plymouth, 1621. 15 sec. animation of a hand-colored woodcut
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Treaty between Chief Massasoit and Plymouth colonists. 15 sec. animation of a hand-colored woodcut
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Red Cloud, or Mahpiua Luta, Oglala Sioux chief, in quillwork shirt, 1890s. Albertype (antique photograph)
PNAT2A-00019
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Sequoya holding his Cherokee alphabet. Hand-colored woodcut
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Sioux leader Sitting Bull. Composite of hand-colored woodcut and photograph
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Samoset welcoming the Plymouth colonists. Hand-colored woodcut
USMA2A-00008
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"Welcome, Englishmen," Squanto greets the Pilgrims, Plymouth Colony. Hand-colored woodcut
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Colonists overturning Squanto's canoe to see if his baby could swim, provoking Native Americans in King Philip's War, 1675. Woodcut
PNAT2A-00042
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Tecumseh killed by William Henry Harrison's forces at the Battle of the Thames, 1813. Hand-colored halftone
USMA4C-00815
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Squanto welcomes the Pilgrims, Plymouth Colony. 15 sec. animation of a hand-colored woodcut
PNAT3A-00042
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Tecumseh killed by William Henry Harrison's forces at the Battle of the Thames, 1813. Hand-colored halftone
NATI2P-00066
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Vash-Ghon, Jicarilla Apache chief. Photograph by Edward Curtis 1904, printed reproduction
  

   

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