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AGRI2A-00036
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AGRI2A-00036
Maize, or Indian corn plant. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00037
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AGRI2A-00037
Some New World crops, including maize, squash, and fruit. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00038
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AGRI2A-00038
Head of corn. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00057
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AGRI2A-00057
Promotional pamphlet for New Empire mowers, reapers, and binders, Seiberling & Co., Akron OH, c.1890. Printed color lithograph
AGRI2C-00036
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Corn, or maize, staple food of the Native Americans. Composite of hand-colored woodcuts
AGRI2D-00019
© Nancy Carter

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AGRI2D-00019
Dried beans in a Native American basket. Photograph
AGRI2D-00020
© Nancy Carter

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Dried beans in a Native American basket. Photograph
AGRI2D-00021
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AGRI2D-00021
Dried beans in a Pueblo Indian pot. Photograph
AGRI2D-00022
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AGRI2D-00022
Multicolored corn, a Native American staple crop. Photograph
AGRI2D-00023
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AGRI2D-00023
Multicolored corn, a Native American staple crop. Photograph
AGRI2D-00024
© Nancy Carter

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AGRI2D-00024
Multicolored corn, a Native American staple crop. Photograph
AGRI2D-00025
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AGRI2D-00025
Multicolored corn, a Native American staple crop, in a basket. Photograph
AGRI2D-00026
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AGRI2D-00026
Multicolored corn, a Native American staple crop. Photograph
AGRI2D-00027
© Nancy Carter

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AGRI2D-00027
Multicolored corn, a Native American staple crop, in an Indian basket. Photograph
AGRI2D-00028
© Nancy Carter

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AGRI2D-00028
Multicolored corn, a Native American staple crop, in an Indian basket. Photograph
AGRI2D-00029
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AGRI2D-00029
Posole - Pueblo Indian dried corn - in a Native American basket. Photograph
AGRI2D-00030
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Posole - Pueblo Indian dried corn - in a Native American basket. Photograph
AGRI2D-00031
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AGRI2D-00031
Squash, beans, and corn - the "three sisters" of Native American agriculture. Photograph
AGRI2D-00032
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AGRI2D-00032
Squash, corn, and beans - the "three sisters" of Native American agriculture. Photograph
AGRI2D-00033
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AGRI2D-00033
Squash, corn, and beans - the "three sisters" of Native American agriculture. Photograph
AGRI2D-00034
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Squash, corn, and beans - the "three sisters" of Native American agriculture. Photograph
AGRI2D-00035
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Squash, corn, and beans - the "three sisters" of Native American agriculture. Photograph
AGRI2D-00036
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AGRI2D-00036
Acorns in a Native American basket. Photograph
AGRI2D-00037
© Nancy Carter

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AGRI2D-00037
Pinon nuts, an important food of Southwestern Native Americans, in a Pueblo Indian pottery bowl. Photograph
AGRI2D-00038
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AGRI2D-00038
Pinon nuts, an important food of Southwestern Native Americans, in a basket. Photograph
AGRI2D-00039
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AGRI2D-00039
Wild rice from the Great Lakes area. Photograph
AGRI2D-00040
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Wild rice from the Great Lakes area. Photograph
AGRI2D-00041
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AGRI2D-00041
Wild rice from the Great Lakes area. Photograph
AGRI2S-00024
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AGRI2S-00024
Multicolored corn, a Native American staple crop. Silhouette of a photograph
AGRI2S-00036
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AGRI2S-00036
Maize, or Indian corn plant. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI3A-00036
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AGRI3A-00036
Maize, or Indian corn plant. Woodcut
AGRI3A-00038
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AGRI3A-00038
Head of corn. Woodcut
AMEG2E-02001
© Gerry Embleton

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AMEG2E-02001
French ambush of British forces under General Edward Braddock, 1755. Gerry Embleton illustration
AMEG2E-02002
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AMEG2E-02002
General Braddock's redcoats fighting the hidden French and their Indian allies after being ambushed, 1755. Gerry Embleton illustration
BNSH2W-00012
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BNSH2W-00012
Chokecherries, camas bulbs, and other edible roots favored by Native Americans in the US and Canadian West. Photograph
BNSH2W-00243
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BNSH2W-00243
Native American hunter disguised by wearing a deerskin cape. Photograph
BNUE2W-00328
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BNUE2W-00328
Prehistoric Fremont culture painted pictograph and petroglyph near Vernal, Utah. Photograph
BUSN2A-00012
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Native Americans exchanging furs for goods at a Hudson Bay Company post. Hand-colored woodcut of a Frederic Remington illustration
BUSN2A-00021
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BUSN2A-00021
Native American trapper in the Rocky Mountains of the northwest. Hand-colored engraving of a Frederic Remington illustration
BUSN2A-00026
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BUSN2A-00026
Native Americans bringing beaver pelts to white traders. Hand-colored woodcut
BUSN2A-00027
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BUSN2A-00027
Native Americans aboard ship to trade their furs to Europeans. Hand-colored woodcut
BUSN2A-00038
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BUSN2A-00038
Hudson Bay Company traders discuss the price of a horse with Native Americans. Hand-colored woodcut
BUSN2A-00043
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BUSN2A-00043
Dutch merchants trading with Native Americans on Manhattan Island, 1600s. Hand-colored woodcut
BUSN2A-00057
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BUSN2A-00057
Native Americans bartering their furs at a trading-post, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
BUSN2A-00062
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BUSN2A-00062
Fur-traders on the Missouri River attacked by Native Americans. Hand-colored woodcut
BUSN2A-00096
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BUSN2A-00096
Fur traders and Native Americans conversing in pantomime. Hand-colred woodcut
BUSN2A-00101
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BUSN2A-00101
Fur-traders' canoes imperiled by rapids on the Red River of the North. Hand-colored woodcut
BUSN2A-00125
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BUSN2A-00125
Fur traders arriving at a Hudson Bay Company post in boats and wagons. Hand-colored woodcut
BUSN2A-00136
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BUSN2A-00136
Traders camping with Native Americans to buy buffalo hides and furs, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
BUSN2A-00166
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BUSN2A-00166
French traders and Native Americans dancing at a rendezvous in the northern forests. Hand-colored woodcut
BUSN2A-00177
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BUSN2A-00177
Native American trappers carrying furs on snowshoes in a forest of the Pacific Northwest, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
BUSN2A-00216
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BUSN2A-00216
Half-breeds and French voyageurs towing a boat in the currents of the upper Missouri River, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
BUSN2A-00223
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BUSN2A-00223
Native Americans paddling to a trading ship on the Pacific Northwest coast. Hand-colored woodcut
BUSN2A-00311
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BUSN2A-00311
White and purple Native American wampum. Hand-colored woodcut
BUSN2A-00343
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BUSN2A-00343
Rival fur companies soliciting trade, late 1700s. Hand-colored woodcut
BUSN2P-00115
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BUSN2P-00115
Beaver pelt stretched on a sapling frame and laced with rawhide, Wisconsin
BUSN2P-00127
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BUSN2P-00127
Deer hide stretched on a sapling frame to be scraped and tanned, French fur trader reconstruction, Green Bay, Wiconsin
BUSN3A-00012
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BUSN3A-00012
Native Americans exchanging furs for goods at a Hudson Bay Company post. Woodcut of a Frederic Remington illustration
CSAF2W-00043
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CSAF2W-00043
Eagle feather, sacred to many Native American peoples. Photograph
CSSP2W-00018
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CSSP2W-00018
Native American medicine man dressed in a ghost shirt, telling a story. Photograph

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