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Mah-To-Toh-Pa (The Four Bears) war chief of Mandans & favorite wife (The Mink) h
Ojibwa Indians in Paris.
Portrait of Na-Ta-Toh-pa (Mandan Chief).
Bull Dance Mandan. Detail.
Bull Dance Mandan.
Snowshoe Dance (Ojibwa).
Buffalo Hunt on Snowshoes.
Buffalo Hunt Chasing Back.
Indian Council- Sioux.
Dog Feast (Sioux).
Pawnee Warrior Sacrificing his Favorite Horse.
Osceola Nick-a-ho-choc. A Boy.
Sweet Grass. Age 12.
Ju-ali-kis-gaw. Woman with child in a cradle.
Woman of Wichita Tribe. Wild Sage.
Boy Chief (Ojibwa).
Mu-hu-she-kow (The White Cloud).
Sec-non-Ty-a (Feet Blisterer).
Old Bean. A Medicine Man.
Four Beans. Second Chief.
Wi-jum-jon (The Pigeon's Egg Head) on way to Washington & Returning.
Pigeon's Egg Head Going to and Returning from Washington.
The Old Chief.
Ten-Squa-Tah-ay. Shawnee - Prophet of the Open Door.
Osceola -Chief of Seminoles.
Kon'zas - Little White Bear with Scalping Knife.
Tuck-ee: A Celebrated Chief of the Cherokees.
White Cloud - Head Chief of the Iowas.
Four Bears-Mandan Chief.
A Buffalo Chase: The Author and his Indian Companion Attacking the Herd.
L. Les Trois Freres. Masked dancing shaman. R.
William Clark (1770-1838).
The Last Race. Mandam O-keepa Ceremony.
Selection of Indian Images.
Osceola (c. 1804-1838).
Map of Catlin's Grand Quest of Indian Images.
Black Hawk (1767-1838).
Ball Play of the Chactaw. Ball up.
Five Points. Copy.
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