Native American

Fat Hen: 1918

Fat Hen: 1918

Salt River Project, Arizona, Cushong or Fat Hen, Indian laborer. Photograph taken between 1918 and 1928. National Photo Company Collection. LOC original medium: glass negative.

Wee Whittler: 1910

Wee Whittler: 1910

Eagle Aims Back, Indian boy, of the Glacier National Park Reservation, carving a toy canoe with a jack knife. Photograph taken between 1910 and 1940. LOC original medium: photographic print.

White Indians: 1924

White Indians: 1924

Dr. J.P. Harrington of Smithsonian with a White Indian woman. Looks like they are using a recording device. Photograph taken December 31, 1924. National Photo Company. LOC original medium: glass negative.

Chief Stabbed-by-Nustah: 1920

Chief Stabbed-by-Nustah: 1920

Blackfeet Tribe Chief Stabbed-by-Nustah, one of the council protesting against change of names of mountains, lakes, rivers and waterfalls in Glacier National Park. Photograph taken between 1920 and 1950. LOC original medium: photographic print.

Chief Husis-Moxmox: 1900

Chief Husis-Moxmox: 1900

Husis Moxmox (hoo-sis-mox-mox) was selected by the Palouse people to become chief after chief Big Thunder died. Husis Moxmox drowned in the Umatilla River in May of 1909. Photo taken 1900. Native American portrait photograph by Lee Moorhouse. LOC original medium: photographic print.

Osage Indians: 1925

Osage Indians: 1925

President Calvin Coolidge posed, full-length portrait, standing, facing front, with four Osage Indians; White House in the background. Photograph taken in 1925. National Photo Company Collection. LOC original medium: photographic print.

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