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NMAI.AC.001.038
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National Museum of the American Indian

Outdoor portrait of Nanticoke man Dorelix Amaf, possibly a chief, posed wearing a feather headdress, fringed and beaded hide jacket and vest, shirt, scarf with heart-shaped ring and beaded or woven ring, glasses, and wrapped in a trade blanket. Wooden structure and trees in background in Millsboro, Delaware.

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Three young Nanticoke women posed against a wooden plank building in Millsboro, Delaware, wearing fringed ribbonwork over-dresses and long skirts, necklaces, and one girl with a beaded(?) headband. From L: Helen Harmon (sister of Gladys), Gertrude Harmon (daughter of Uncle Walt and Aunt Annie Wright), and Iona (Mosley) Hamilton.

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National Museum of the American Indian

Three Nanticoke men, two seated and one standing, in front of a building in Millsboro, Delaware. From L: Ephraim Lincoln Harmon, Warren Wright, unknown man. They wear feather headdresses, one with a hair roach, ribbonwork leggings, fringed long cloth shirts, necklaces, and Wright is wrapped in a blanket. Trees and another wooden structure beyond.

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National Museum of the American Indian

Group of Nanticoke adults and children, the Wright family, posed on a dock in Millsboro, Delaware. Adults from L: Bertha Ellen Wright (daughter), Aunt Ida Wright (mother), Viny Ann Harmon (Lincoln's mother), Warren Wright (father), Ephraim Lincoln Harmon (son-in-law), Elizabeth Patience Wright (holding child, daughter to Warren and wife of Lincoln)...

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1926
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National Museum of the American Indian

Outdoor portrait of Mrs. Elizabeth Patience Harmon (Nanticoke), wearing a fringed cloth dress, feather and headband, loom-beaded necklace, beaded necklace, braids, and posed in front of trees and a wooden structure in Millsboro, Delaware. Originally cataloged as "Mrs. Patia Harmon."

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1926
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NMAI.AC.001.038
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National Museum of the American Indian

Ephraim Lincoln Harman (Nanticoke) posed outdoors, wearing skullcap with hair roach and ribbons, cloth shirt, multiple necklaces, and face painting; trees and a wooden building is in the background in Millsboro, Delaware.

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1926
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National Museum of the American Indian

Outdoor portrait of Bertha Ellen Wright (Nanticoke), wearing a fringed cloth dress, feathers and beaded(?) headband, and a bead necklace. She is posed outdoors, with wooden structure and trees in the background in Millsboro, Delaware.

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1927
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NMAI.AC.001.038
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National Museum of the American Indian

Outdoor portrait of Rappahannock Councilman James Johnson in an elaborately beaded or embroidered fringed cloth jacket, upright feather headdress, standing with other participants in front of a wooden clapboarded house. Possibly taken during an early Nanticoke powwow in Millsboro, Delaware. Chief Nelson's outfit is NMAI object 265403, and belonged...

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1927
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NMAI.AC.001.038
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National Museum of the American Indian

Outdoor portrait of the Rappahannock Chief James Johnson from Powhatan or Virginia, wearing a feather headdress, fringed cloth(?) shirt, multiple necklaces, breechcloth, and holding a feathered object (bag?). Visiting for an early Nanticoke powwow in Millsboro, Delaware.

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Collection ID:
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National Museum of the American Indian

Five Nanticoke men posed outdoors in front of the monument erected in honor of Lydia Clark, the last Nanticoke to speak the language, in Riverdale, Delaware.