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Description: Hand-colored engraving showing fur company agents making a distribution of goods to Indians, some of whom are seated on the ground, in a fenced courtyard w...
Date: 1832 ca.
Description: Two dog-sledges hauling supplies, with one also carrying a Mandan.
Description: Máto-Tópe, a Mandan chief.
Description: Ptihn-Tak-Ochatä, or dance of the Mandan women.
Description: Ischohä-Kakoschóchatä, Dance of the Mandan Indians.
Description: Offering of the Mandan Indians, showing human and animal skulls.
Description: Bison-Dance of the Mandan Indians in front of their medicine lodge in Mih-Tutta-Hangkush.
Description: Mándeh Páhchu, a young Mandan Indian.
Description: Mandan Indian standing before an idol.
Date: 1844 ca.
Description: Full-length portrait of Mah-To-Toh-Pa. He is holding a decorated spear. "In the former letter I gave some account of Mah-to-toh-pa (the four bears), second...
Description: The Mandan Indian, Máto-Tópe, adorned with insignia of his war-like deeds.
Description: Sih-Chida and Mahchsi-Karehde, Mandan Indians.
Description: Mandan Indians engaged in archery competition (Plate 24). "The meeting represented here is something like that of an Archery Club in the civilized world, b...
Description: Interior of the hut of a Mandan chief showing various objects and animals with five Mandans seated on ground.
Description: A facsimile of an Indian painting, originally painted by the Mandan chief, Máto-Tópe. It portrays an encounter between Máto-Tópe and a Cheyenne chief.
Description: Mih-Tutta-Hangkusch, a Mandan village with boats on the river in foreground.
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