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Studio Portrait of Ho-Chunk Women and Girl in Regalia

Studio Portrait of Ho-Chunk Women and Girl in Regalia | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society

Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of a Ho-Chunk girl posing sitting on a stool and wearing ribbon work skirt, between two Ho-Chunk women posin...

Blackfeet (Pikuni) man - 1910 - I am Blackfoot : ) Native American Photos, Native American Tribes, Native American History, American Indians, Blackfoot Indian, Native Indian, Native Art, Geronimo, Black Indians

[Wades in Water, Piegan Indian, full-length portrait, seated on floor, facing front, with braids, beaded buckskin shirt and leggings, beads with ermine tail trim]

1 photographic print.

Iron Bull (Mountain Crow Chief) & his wife, (Crow tribe),

'Iron Bull, Mountain Crow Chief, and Wife' Photo |

Product Details The Print This photographic print leverages sophisticated digital technology to capture a level of detail that is absolutely stunning. The colors are vivid and pure. The high-quality archival paper, a favorite choice among professional photographers, has a refined luster quality. Product ID: 14511153A

Native American Photographs - Gallery I Page 4

A Winnebago Chief 1858.

Photographs of American Indians : A Winnebago Chief 1858

daguerreotype - the subject is holding an Iroquois floral-style beaded bag similar to the one on the right. Body Painting, Painting & Drawing, Native American Clothing, Iroquois, Tribal Dress, Wedding Costumes, Daguerreotype, Beaded Bags, Floral Style

Historic Iroquois and Wabanaki Beadwork

Please read the ADDENDUM at the end of the posting. Over the past few years, an intriguing group of images from the Sanitary Commission Fair in Albany, New York have surfaced that depict a group of non-Natives who are dressed in outfits incorporating Iroquois designs along with examples of their beadwork. One dress in particular, worn by a Mrs. Clinton Ten Eyck (figure 1a), appears to be the identical dress worn by Caroline Parker, a Seneca beadworker, in a famous daguerreotype of her…

Historic Iroquois and Wabanaki Beadwork: Iroquois bandolier bags Native American Images, Native American Clothing, Native American Beadwork, Native American History, Native American Indians, Iroquois, Aboriginal People, Karen, Indigenous Art

Iroquois bandolier bags

This first group of images is of Haudenosaunee people. The common feature here is the large beaded bag that they are wearing. These bags are quite rare and were likely made for personal use and not to be sold as souvenirs. Circa 1870s CDV photograph of a young woman, possibly Haudenosaunee, with a beautifully beaded bandolier bag. This image was taken in England so she may have been travelling with a Wild West show or an entertainment group as both were popular during this period. The…