[Detail of a model of Native American life.]
[Diorama of Native American life.]
The Attack Upon the Stockbridge Indians
From Simcoe's Military Journal as Copied by H. H. Dietrich.
Masonic Hall, Broadway, N.Y.
[Indians in New York's 4th of July parade.]
Long Island Rail Road
A howling swell on Indian [...] in the Indian Country | Original painting for a print by Currier & Ives....
The Indian Family.
The Iroquois Confederacy was originally composed of the Mohawks, Oneidas, Onondagas, Cayugas and Senecas. In 1714 the Tuscaroras joined it, which thereafter became known as the Six Nations.
Copyright 1914, by Col. J. St. Clair, New York.
In 1692 Col. Peter Schuyler took five Iroquois chiefs to London. The Indians were objects of intense interest at the Court of St. James.
In 1639 Jonas Bronck, after whom the Borough of the Bronx was named, purchased land in that Borough from the Indians. In 1642, after many hostilities, a treaty with the Indians was signed in his house
Massacre by the Indians of the white people in Pavonia.
[The Purchase of Manhattan Island from the Indians.]
Wah-Shun-Gah, Chief of all the Kaws.
"Min - Ne - Ha - Ha."
Chief "Lazy Boy".
Chief "Fish Wolf Robe".
Photographs, Prints & Drawings
Portrait of a Native American chief, Chief Lazy Boy, at the McAlpin Hotel.
Horse track racing.
Chief "Big Top".
Three native Peruvians.
Portrait of a native American man smoking a pipe, working on what appears to be a fishing net.
Native Americans standing in front of an adobe structure.
Tepee on a plain with stick structure, child and dogs.
Group of tents and tepees on a plain in Montana.
Native American deed to Thomas Townsend, July 4, 1696
Purchase of Manhattan Island from the Indians
Float - Title Car: Indian Period
Float - Legend of Hiawatha
Float - The Five Nations
Float - Season of Blossoms
Float - Season of Fruits
Float - Season of Hunting
Float - Season of Snows
Float - War Dance
Float - Purchase of Manhattan
Float - Bronck's Treaty with the Indians
Float - Col. Schuyler and Indians at the Court of St. James
"Keep them well in front of you, General, and don't trust their boo-hoo-ing."
Published in "Hearth and Home" magazine on March 20, 1869.
Pearl Street and Coenties Slip [Park Row to Prince Street]
The Stadthuys. 1660. 71-73 Pearl Street. Peter Stuyvesant (with wooden leg) is seen addressing a group...
[Al Smith campaigning in Montana.]
[Richard Welling dressed as Miantonomoh (a chief of the Narragansett tribe) for the Bradley-Martin Ball.]