Metamora, Last of Wampanoags. The Wampanoag (accent on the o, English pronunciation:. Wɑːmpənoʊ.æɡ), Pawkunnakut or Wôpanâak are Indians of eastern New England, the Gulf of Maine and the Atlantic coast,… Read More
Traditional Native American Indian costumes 1850s. Gallery: Les nations. Album des Costumes De Tous les Pays. Par Alexandre Lacauchie. Paris. Maison Martinet. Haute Cœur frères 41, Rue Vivienne et 146, Rue… Read More
American stage actress Maude Adams as Peter Pan 1905.
A Sarcee Tsuu T’ina indian woman in traditional dress. The Tsuu T’ina inhabited in the 18th and 19th century, the eastern foothills of the Rocky Mountains, the Plains in northeastern… Read More
General Custer, Grand Duke Alexis and Buffalo Bill, c. 1872.
Boxing Scenes during the 1920s by George Wesley Bellows. Preliminaries to the Big Bout. Madison Square Garden New York 1916. Counted Out, (K.O. The Last Count) 1921 Training Quarters (Taking… Read More
New York Working Girls in an Opium Den 1883. Scene In An Opium Den, In Pell Street, Frequented By Working Girls. The Archive Of The Old Print Man. Frank Leslie’s… Read More
THE MIDĒ´WIWIN OR “ The Grand Medicine Society ” OF THE OJIBWA. BY W.J.HOFFMAN. (brief introduction) Printed in 1891 by the Government Printing Office, Washington under the direction of J. W. Powell.… Read More
Belle Époque. American Beauty by Albert Sterner. Publication: Paintings by Leading American Artists 1908. Publisher: Collier & Son.
American Natives of North America. 1. Iriquois. 2. Assineboin. 3. Crow. 4. Pawnee Woman. 5. Assineboin in gala dress. 6. Dakotah or Sioux warrior. 7. Dakotah or Sioux woman.