Photograph shows Chief Joseph, half-length portrait, facing front, wearing war bonnet and several necklaces. 1903.
Camp at Stony Lake. Ontario, 1905.
Apsaroke War Group. Uphaw, Which Way and unidentified Indian on horseback. 1905.
Head-and-shoulders portrait of Tlakluit Indian woman, with bone in nose, facing front, Washington State. 1910.
Winnowing wheat. Tewa Indians, San Juan, N.M. 1905.
Three Maricopa women with baskets on their heads, standing by saguaro cacti. Arizona, 1907.
On the housetop—Hopi. Photo shows women seated and standing on pueblo buildings. Arizona, 1906.
Gobuguoy, Walpi girl, half-length portrait, facing front, hair tied in swirls on sides of head, metal bead and bell choker, printed cotton dress, cotton shawl around shoulders. Arizona, 1900.
Nature's mirror—Navajo. Woman standing on rock in reflecting pool of water. 1904.
At the old well of Acoma. Photo shows an Acoma girl, seated on rock, watching as another girl fills a pottery vessel with water from a pool. 1904.
A child of the desert. Head-and-shoulders portrait of Navajo Indian child, facing front, blanket around back of head and shoulders. 1904.
Okuwa-Tsire ("Cloud Bird"), San Ildefonso. Portrait of a Tewa boy, head-and-shoulders, facing front. 1905.
Photo shows Native Americans on horseback on a hill. 1907.
Photo shows an Apsaroke shaman, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front, wearing eagle headdress. 1908.
Zuni man lying on blanket grinding medicine. New Mexico, 1903.
Three Hopi Indians with snakes, New Mexico. 1906.
Navajo man impersonating Yebichai, placing feather sticks around the sweat. 1905.
Indian, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front, wearing leather mask with basket cap, fur ruff, nude torso painted with white lines. 1904.
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