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Date: 1832 ca.
Description: Scene showing Minatarre Indians moving about their village during the winter season.
Description: Indians on horseback hunting bison.
Description: Woman of the Snake Tribe.
Description: Offering of the Mandan Indians, showing human and animal skulls.
Description: Assorted Indian utensils and arms.
Description: Engraving of Indians on horseback along river with Indian grave on hill in background.
Description: View of the Stone Walls on the Upper Missouri River. Includes herd of bighorn sheep.
Description: Mehkskeme-Sukahs, Blackfoot Chief.
Description: Chief of the Blood Indians.
Description: Engraving of Dolly Madison, wife of James Madison, the fourth President of the United States. The engraving was done by J.F.E. Prudhomme from a drawing don...
Description: Remarkable Hills on the Upper Missouri River (views 10-29). Various scenes of land formations.
Description: Portrait of Black Hawk (Mac-Cut-I-Mish-E-Ca-Cu-Cac) painted from life.
Description: Indians in combat at Fort McKenzie on August 28th, 1833.
Description: Herd of Bison, on the Upper Missouri River.
Description: Funeral of a Sioux Chief near Fort Pierre.
Description: Psíhdjä-Sáhpa, a Yanktonan Indian.
Description: Invitation for Darwin Clark to the Independence Ball on the 4th of July, 1839 at the American Hotel.
Description: Interior of the hut of a Mandan chief showing various objects and animals with five Mandans seated on ground.
Description: Mándeh Páhchu, a young Mandan Indian.
Description: Mexkemahuastan, Indian Chief of the Gros-Ventres of the prairies.
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