Tayadaneega Mohawk Indian chief.
Joseph Tayadaneega (1743-1807) called the Brant, the Great Captain of the Six Nations. Thayendanegea, means “two sticks bound together”, denoting strength.
Botokuden or Aymoré people
Indians from south-east Brazil.
Chief of the Blood Indian. War chief of the Piekann Indians. Koutani Indian.
Fort McKenzie August 28th 1833.
Battle between Assiniboine warriors and Blackfeet in front of Fort McKenzie on the Upper Missouri River.
Dakota woman and Assiniboin girl.
Dakota Indianerin und Assiniboin Mädchen. Indienne Dakota et jeune fille Assiniboin.
The Interior of the hut of a Mandan Chief.
Interieur de la Cabane d un Chef Mandan. Das Innere der Hütte eines Mandan Häuplings.
A Shahaptian chief in ceremonial costume.
From the book: Living Races of Mankind. A popular illustrated account of the customs, habits, pursuits, feasts, and ceremonies of the races of mankind throughout the world by Henry Neville Hutchinson (1856-1927), John Walter Gregory and Richard Lydekke. Published by Hutchinson & Co. Paternoster Row, London 1902.
Tierra del Fuego in South America.
Apache medicine shirts. First Nations ceremonial clothing.
Annual Ethnology Report of the US Government. Printed New York: c.1897.
Zuñi Prey god fetiches. The drying of he world.
Second Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1880-1881,