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"McKay, the San Francisco Bulletin correspondent taking notes on the battlefield near Gen. Gillem's camp. At the left are two Warm Springs scouts, on the lookout for Modocs." Modoc Indian War, in California and Oregon lava beds, 1872--73. [256kb Image from US National Archives]
"Brig. Gen. Nelson A. Miles and Buffalo Bill viewing hostile Indian camp near Pine Ridge Agency, South Dakota." By Grabill, January 16, 1891. [143kb Image from US National Archives] "Gen. William T. Sherman and commissioners in council with Indian chiefs at Ft. Laramie, Wyo.." ca. 1867-68. [186kb Image from US National Archives]
"Drawing rations at the agency on issue day." Indians form a line while officers' wives and issuing agent stand in center with sacks of flour at Camp Supply, Indian Terr. [now Oklahoma], ca. 1871. [170kb Image from US National Archives]
"Blacksmithing at the Indian training school, Forest Grove, Ore., 1882." [196kb Image from US National Archives] Indian reception of President Chester A. Arthur at Fort Washakie, Wyo. Terr.,1883. [153kb Image from US National Archives]
"Scene of Gen. Custer's last stand, looking in the direction of the ford and the Indian village." A pile of bones on the Little Big Horn battlefield is all that remains, ca. 1877. [186kb Image from US National Archives]
"Villa of Brule. The great hostile Indian camp on River Brule near Pine Ridge, S. D." By Grabill, 1891. [183kb Image from US National Archives] "A Council with the Agent in 1900." Cheyenne and Arapaho lndians at Seger Colony, OkIa. Terr. [407kb Image from US National Archives]
Band of Apache Indian prisoners at rest stop beside Southern Pacific Railway, near Nueces River, Tex., September 10, 1886. Among those on their way to exile in Florida are Natchez (center front) and, to the right, Geronimo and his son in matching shirts. By A. J. McDonald. [278kb Image from US National Archives]
"Big Foot, leader of the Sioux, captured at the battle of Wounded Knee, S.D." Here he lies frozen on the snow-covered battlefield where he died, 1890. [129kb Image from US National Archives] "Apache Indians delivering hay, Fort Apache, Ariz., 1893." [411kb Image from US National Archives]
"Shoshone Indians at Ft. Washakie, Wyoming Indian reservation .. . Chief Washakie (at left) extends his right arm." Some of the Shoshones are dancing as the soldiers look on, 1892. [351kb Image from US National Archives]
"Indian Day parade, Omaha, Neb., Aug. 4, 1898." [359kb Image from US National Archives] "Irrigation ditch under construction at San Carlos Indian Agency, Arizona-1886." [290kb Image from US National Archives]
"Indian teams hauling 60 miles to market the 1100 bushels of wheat raised by the school. It brought four cents more than wheat raised by white farmers near by and was sold for seed." Seger Colony, Okla. Terr., ca. 1900. [214kb Image from US National Archives]
A family group poses with dog, Indian domestic, and young children outside a log cabin in New Mexico Territory, ca. 1895. [262kb Image from US National Archives] "Sunday school, Indians and white[s]." Indian Territory [Oklahoma], ca. 1900. [269kb Image from US National Archives]
The William B. Douglas party, including Navaho and Paiute Indians, celebrate their discovery of Rainbow Bridge, Utah, as they eat watermelon in Paiute Canyon, 1909. By Judd [263kb Image from US National Archives]
"Makah tribe of Indians from Nee-oh Bay resting on the beach at Port Townsend [Wash.] while enroute for the hop fields up Pudget-Sound. Photo by J. M. McMurry." ca. 1890. [181kb Image from US National Archives]


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