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Archives of THE WEST
Episode One
(to 1806)
Episode Two
(1806 to 1848)
Episode Three
(1848 to 1856)
Episode Four
(1856 to 1868)
Episode Five
(1868 to 1874)
Episode Six
(1874 to 1877)
Episode Seven
(1877 to 1887)
Episode Eight
(1887 to 1914)

ARCHIVES to 1860



navajo boy

1.1 - Navajo boy photographed in 1905

hopi girl

1.2 - Hopi girl photographed in 1879
snake dancer

1.3 - Hopi snake dancer many horses

1.4 - Many Horses, Teton Lakota, photographed in 1872

1.5 - Cheyenne sundancers two whistles

1.6 - Two Whistles, Crow
Lakota women

1.7 - Lakota women wearing porcupine quill and dentalium shell decorations Lakota woman and child.

1.7a - Lakota woman and child
sia buffalo headdress

1.8 - Sia Buffalo Mask Plenty coups

1.9 - Plenty Coups, Crow, photographed in 1880

1.10 - "For Strength and Visions," a study of a sundancer by E. S. Curtis scabby bull

1.11 - Scabby Bull, Arapaho

1.12 - Kwakiutal wearing mask umatilla girl

1.13 Umatilla woman
Nez Perce woman

1.14 - Nez Percé woman Anasazi ruins at Mesa Verde

1.15 - Anasazi cliff dwellings at Mesa Verde, Colorado
hopi stairs

1.15a - Hopi watching visitors approach the stairway to their mesa-top home at Walpi, Arizona, 1873 blackfoot encampment

1.16 - Blackfoot encampment
Havasupai dwelling

1.17 - Havasupai brush dwelling Spokane village

1.18 - Spokane encampment
shoshone encampment

1.19 - Shoshone encampment, 1870 Kutenai duck hunter

1.20 - Kutenai duck hunter
Canyon de Chelly

1.21 - Pictograph of a conquistador in Canyon de Chelly, Arizona Buffalo chase

1.22 - "Buffalo Chase," by George Catlin
Utes on horseback

1.22a - Mounted Ute warrior and boy horse travois

1.23 - Gros Ventre family demonstrating the use of a horse travois, 1904
pawnee robe

1.24 - Pawnee buffalo robe showing the tribe's victory on horses over a horseless band of Kansa Indians shoshone robe

1.25 - Shoshone elk hide showing a horseback buffalo hunt
LeMoye 1

1.26 - The Timucan leader shows how his people pay respect to a pillar erected by an earlier party of Europeans as a sign of continuing friendship LeMoye 2

1.27 - The Timucan chief leads his warriors into battle
Le Moye three

1.28 - The Timucan chief comforts the widows of those slain in battle lewis and clark with bear

1.29 - A member of the Lewis and Clark expedition treed by a grizzly bear, from William Gass, 1810
lewis and clark talk

1.30 - Lewis and Clark in parley with a group of Indians, from William Gass, 1810 lewis list

1.31 - "A Memorandum of Articles in Readiness for the Voyage," written by William Clark
lewis and clark journal

1.32 - William Clark's sketch of the keelboat which carried the Corps of Discovery to the upper Missouri River Portrait of Meriwether Lewis by Peale

1.33 - Portrait of Meriwether Lewis (detail) by Charles W. Peale
Portrait of William Clark by C. W. Peale

1.34 - Portrait of William Clark (detail) by Charles W. Peale    


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