Blackfeet tribes. Chief of the Blood Indians. War chief of the Piekann, Koutani Indian.
Battle between Assiniboine warriors and Blackfeet in front of Fort McKenzie on the Upper Missouri River, 1833.
The Dakota or Dakhóta (often Santee or Eastern Dakota) are the eastern dialect and tribal group of the Sioux from the Sioux language family.
The Mandan are a small, originally semi-nomadic Indian people of North America from the Sioux language family who lived along the Missouri River.
FROM among the few but remarkable specimens of art-work man ship contributed to the Exhibition by the Caucasian Agricultural Society of Tiflis, we have selected a saddle-cloth from Kabardah, a district to the east of Mount Elbruz, the highest summit of the great Caucasian mountain-range. Circassian embroidered Saddle-Cloth. Embroidered dress, Greece. Hand-work of the North-American Indian Melicete tribe. International exhibition, 1862.
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… Read More
The original inhabitants of Tierra del Fuego, the Yamana or Yaghan, Haush, Selk’nam and Kawesqar people, almost completely exterminated by white settlers during the colonization.
Native American, First nation from Florida in 1830. Assembly of the Native Americans in Florida to war. Squaws from Florida lament their men killed in the war. From “Full Peoples Gallery… Read More
Inhabitants of Norton Sound of the Bering Sea, Alaska. From “Full Peoples Gallery in images of all nations” by Friedrich Wilhelm Goedsche, Meissen, 1840.
Apache medicine shirts. The medicine-men of the Apache by John Gregory Bourke. Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology.