Library of Congress Copyright Office photographs of Native Americans
The collection consists of photographs relating to Native Americans, which were submitted to the copyright office of the Library of Congress in and around the early 20th century. Many of the photographs are studio portraits as well as photographs made as part of expeditions and railroad surveys. It includes images of …
James Patrick Christie photographs of Salish people on the Flathead Reservation
Photographs depicting Salish people in front of a tipi, and with horses, firearms, a cat, and a dog.
George L. Hosmer photographs of Eclipse Expedition to Sumatra
1 Print (silver gelatin)
1 Print (platinum)
Photographs made during the 1901 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Eclipse Expedition to Sumatra; some were possibly made in Ceylon (Sri Lanka). They include images of people, houses and other buildings, animals, boats, roads, villages, agriculture (including terracing), rickshaws, and plants. Also included are an image of animal hides drying on frames …
Gilbert S. Tower photographs of Cuna people of the San Blas Islands
Photographs depicting villages and people of the San Blas Islands made or collected by Gilbert Tower during his work in Panama. The prints are mounted on unbound pages, probably from an album.
Petrus Buleni Fau photographs of Nias funeral
Photographs made by Petrus Buleni Fau documenting the funeral ceremony for Samogo Fau, a noble elder of Bawomataluo village in South Nias. They include images of processionals, spectators, and Fau's grave.
Bill Wright photographs of Tiwa people of Tigua Pueblo
Photographs made in connection with Wright's book The Tiguas: Pueblo Indians of Texas. They include images of Tiwa Indians, ceremonies, processions on the days of St. John and St. Anthony, dancers, bread-making, pottery, dwellings, the Tigua Visitor Center, Mount Carmel Mission, and Gran Quivira. Many photographs show Tiwa individuals at …
MS 3452 Paper propounding various theories relative to the Carthaginians or other Mediterranean nations as being the source from which the southern Indians in Mexico and Peru are descended
Unsigned and undated, propounding various theories relative to the Carthagenians or other Mediterranean nations as being the source from which the southern Indians in Mexico and Peru are descended. Includes extract from a communication from Noah Webster, September 3, 1789, to the American Museum, a magazine published in Philadelphia by Matthew Carey …
MS 589 Seminole vocabulary in Powell's Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages
In Schedule of John Wesley Powell's Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages, partially filled.
Howard H. Hirschhorn photographs of Seminole people
Front and profile images of Seminole people, mostly children. The photographs are mounted and annotated for publicaiton in "Seminole Physiognomy and Beady Cerumen."
Robert W. Kelley photograph of Adolph H. Schultz examining Gargantua
Image of Schultz doing cranial measurements of Gargantua at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. Schultz signed the negative (in the emulsion).