American Indian Print Collection

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Overview of the Collection

Title: American Indian Print Collection
Dates: 18th to 19th century
Collection Number: pri520
Extent: 129 prints in 2 boxes; prints 53 cm. x 48 cm. (21 in. x 19 in.) and smaller.
Repository: The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens. Prints and Ephemera
1151 Oxford Road
San Marino, California 91108
Phone: (626) 405-2129
Email: rarebooks@huntington.org
URL: http://www.huntington.org
Abstract: This collection contains prints of American Indians mainly from the Midwestern and Eastern United States during the 18th and 19th centuries. Many of the prints depict romanticized views of Native Americans, including but not limited to their daily life, peaceful and violent interactions with Europeans and Americans, and portraits of important leaders and figures.
Language of Material: English
Note:
Finding aid last updated on June 6, 2013.

Access

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Administrative Information

Publication Rights

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Preferred Citation

[Item title, Call number]. American Indian Print Collection. Huntington Library. Prints and Ephemera Division.

Acquisition Information

This collection is of uncertain provenance and previously formed part of the Huntington Library Prints and Ephemera Collection. Items 10:2, 52:2, and 68:2 were missing as of March 2013 when the collection was reprocessed.

Scope and Content of Collection

This collection consists of more than 120 prints of American Indians during the 18th to 19th centuries. The images primarily portray romanticized views of Native Americans, including, but not limited to, their daily life, peaceful and violent interactions with Europeans and Americans, and portraits of important leaders and figures. The majority of the tribes depicted in the prints are located on the East Coast and in the Midwest.
The collection contains portraits of notable Native Americans including Pocahontas, Red Jacket, Philip (Metacom) of the Wampanogas, Samson Occom, Powhatan, Theyanoguin, and Tecumseh. Prominent Europeans and Americans appear as well, including Captain John Smith, William Augustus Bowles, William Penn, Zachary Taylor, and William Henry Harrison. A significant portion of the prints are of bison hunting and Indian ceremonies by artist George Catlin and various Indian daily life scenes by artist Seth Eastman. Other notable images consist of battles between Indians and American settlers and soldiers, Indians playing ball games, dance ceremonies, caring for crops, and Christian missionaries among the Indians.
The items incorporate intaglio, planographic, and relief printing techniques and include lithographs, wood engravings, engravings, and mezzotints.
Box 1 holds 18 prints (1-9; 11-18; 31), Box 2 holds 111 prints (10:1; 19-30; 32-84).

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.

Subjects

American bison hunting
Dakota Indians
Fox Indians
Indians of North America – Pictorial works
Mandan Indians
Mohawk Indians
Pawnee Indians
Pequot War, 1636-1638
Powhatan Indians
Sauk Indians
Seminole War, 2nd, 1835-1842
Siksika Indians
Sun dance
United States—History—War of 1812
Bowles, William Augustus, 1763 or 4-1805--Portraits
Burgoyne, John, 1722-1792--Pictorial works
Deerfoot, d. 1896--Portraits
Eliot, John, 1604-1690--Pictorial works
Harrison, William Henry, 1773-1841--Pictorial works
McCrea, Jane, 1753-1777--Pictorial works
Occom, Samson, 1723-1792--Portraits
Penn, William, 1644-1718--Pictorial works
Philip, Sachem of the Wampanoags, d. 1676--Portraits
Pocahontas, d. 1617--Portraits
Powhatan, ca. 1550-1618--Pictorial works
Red Jacket, Seneca chief, ca. 1756-1830--Pictorial works
Rogers, Robert, 1731-1795--Portraits
Smith, John, 1580-1631--Pictorial works
Taylor, Zachary, 1784-1850--Pictorial works
Tecumseh, Shawnee Chief, 1768-1813--Pictorial works
Theyanoguin, Hendrick Peters, 1692-1755--Portraits
Pocahontas, d. 1617--Pictorial works

Genres

Chromolithographs
Engravings
Lithographs
Mezzotints
Prints

Printer, Publisher, Artist Index

The following is a complete list of artists and printers represented in the collection.
Agate, Alfred T., 1812-1846
Andrews, Joseph, 1806-1850
Armytage, James Charles, d. 1897
Bodmer, Karl, 1809-1893
Brown, George Loring, 1814-1889
Buttre, John Chester, 1821-1893
Catlin, George, 1796-1872
Chamberlin, Mason, d. 1787
Chapin, John R., 1823-1894
Chapman, J.G. (John Gadsby), 1808-1889
Chappel, Alonzo, 1828-1887
Corbould, Edward Henry, 1815-1905
Corbould, H. (Henry), 1787-1844
Currier, Nathaniel, 1813-1888
Danforth, Moseley Isaac, 1800-1862
Darley, Felix Octavius Carr, 1822-1888
Doney, Thomas, fl. 1844-1852
Drayton, Joseph
Duval, Peter S., 1804 or 5-1886
Eastman, Seth, 1808-1875
Ellis, George B.
Faber, John, 1695?-1756
Fay, Augustus, b. ca. 1824
Frenzeny, Paul
Gavit, John E., 1817-1874
Hatch, George W., ca. 1805-1867
Hicks, George Elgar, 1824-1914
Hinshelwood, Robert, b. 1812
Jocelyn, Simeon Smith, 1799-1879
Jordan, Henry
Kern, Edward Meyer, 1823-1863
King, Charles Bird, 1785-1862
Lens, Bernard, 1682-1740
Leroux, Eugène
Matteson, Tompkins Harrison, 1813-1884
McNevin, John
McRae, John C.
Miller, Alfred Jacob, 1810-1874
Oertel, Johannes Adam Simon, 1823-1909
Rawdon, Ralph, b. 1793
Ridgway, W. (William), fl. 1863-1894
Rogers, John, 1808-1888(?)
Rolph, John A., 1799-1862
Rosenthal, L.N. (Louis N.)
Sartain, John, 1808-1897
Schenk, Peter, 1660-1718 or 9
Sharp, William, 1749-1824
Simon, John, 1675-ca. 1755
Smillie, James David, 1833-1909
Stanley, John Mix, 1814-1872
Storm, G.F.
Tavernier, Jules, 1844-1889
Thompson, D. George, d. ca. 1870
Verelst, John, b. 1648
Wagstaff, Charles Edward, 1808-1850
Warren, Asa Coolidge, 1819-1904
Warren, Henry, 1794-1879
Webber, John, 1751-1793
Weir, Robert Walter, 1803-1889
Wellstood, William, 1819-1900
West, Benjamin, 1738-1820


Collection Contents

 

List of Prints

Arrangement

Items 1-9, 11-18, and 31 are housed in Box 1, and items 10, 19-30, and 32-84 are housed in Box 2.
Box 1, Item 1

Bernard Lens [the younger]. The Four Indian Kings: Tee Yee Need Ho Ga Row—Emperor of the Six Nations. Sa Ga Yeen Qua Roh Tow—King of the Maquas. Oh Nee Yeath Tow No Riow—King of the Generethgrich. Bernard Lens [the younger]. Mezzotint.

Box 1, Item 2

John Verelst. Tee Yee Neen Ho Ga Row. John Simon. Mezzotint, 1st state, 1710.

Note

See item 3 for later state of print.
Box 1, Item 3

John Verelst. Tee Yee Neen Ho Ga Row. John Simon. Mezzotint, 3rd state, circa 1755.

Note

See item 2 for earlier state of print.
Box 1, Item 4

John Verelst. Sa Ga Yeath Qua Pieth Tow. John Simon. Mezzotint, 3rd state, circa 1755.

Box 1, Item 5

John Verelst. Sa Ga Yeath Qua Pieth Ton. John Simon. Mezzotint, 1st state, 1710.

Box 1, Item 6

John Verelst. Etow Oh Koam. John Simon. Mezzotint.

Note

See item 7 for different state of print.
Box 1, Item 7

John Verelst. Etow Oh Koam. John Simon. Mezzotint, 3rd state, circa 1755.

Note

See item 6 for different state of print.
Box 1, Item 8

Sa Ga Yean Qua Rash Tow. Pieter Schenck [the Elder]. Mezzotint.

Box 1, Item 9

On Nee Yeath Tow No Riow. Pieter Schenck [the Elder]. Mezzotint.

Box 2, Item 10:1

Simon [van] de Passe. Pocahontas [Matoaka Rolfe (1596-1617)] BM 2. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 10:2 [missing]

John Gadsby Chapman. Crowning of Powhaton. Robert Hinshelwood. Lithograph.

Note

Item missing as of March 2013.
Box 1, Item 11

John Verelst. Ho Nee Yeath Taw No Row. John Simon. Mezzotint, 3rd state. circa 1755.

Box 1, Item 12

John Verelst. Ho Nee Yeath Tan Ro Ron. John Simon. Mezzotint.

Box 1, Item 13

William Verelst. Tomo Chachi Mico or King of Yamacran and Tooanahowi, his nephew. John Faber [Jr.]. Mezzotint.

Box 1, Item 14

Hendrick, Chief of the Mohawks. Lithograph.

Box 1, Item 15

John Webber. A Man of Nootka Sound. William Sharp. Lithograph.

Box 1, Item 16

Robert Rogers (1731-1795) American frontier soldier. Mezzotint.

Box 1, Item 17

Mason Chamberlin. Samson Occom : Missionary to American Indians. Jonathan Spilsbury. Mezzotint.

Box 1, Item 18

Thomas Hardy. William Augustus Bowles. Chief of Embassy for Creek and Cherokee Nations. Joseph Grozer. Mezzotint.

Box 2, Item 19

Seth Eastman. Protecting the cornfields from vermin. James David Smillie. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 20

Seth Eastman. Ball play on the ice. Charles Edward Wagstaff & Joseph Andrews. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 21

Seth Eastman. Indian woman dressing a buffalo skin. Charles Edward Wagstaff & Joseph Andrews. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 22

Seth Eastman. Indians and Spaniards reaching an agreement (?). Engraving.

Box 2, Item 23

Seth Eastman. Indian burial ground. Charles Edward Wagstaff & Joseph Andres. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 24

Seth Eastman. Spearing fish in winter. Charles Edward Wagstaff & Joseph Andrews. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 25

Seth Eastman. Dog dance of the Dahcotas. Charles Edward Wagstaff & Joseph Andrews. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 26

Seth Eastman. Landing of Columbus (?). Engraving.

Box 2, Item 27

Seth Eastman. Indian ball game. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 28

Seth Eastman. Transporting the wounded. Charles Edward Wagstaff & Joseph Andrews. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 29

Seth Eastman. Indian woman procuring fuel. Charles Edward Wagstaff & Joseph Andrews. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 30:1

Pocahontas. John Chester Buttre. Engraving.

Note

Same image as 30:2.
Box 2, Item 30:2

Pocahontas. John Chester Buttre. Engraving.

Note

Same image as 30:1.
Box 1, Item 31

Charles Bird King. Red Jacket (1758?-1830) Seneca War Chief. Henry Corbould. Lithograph (hand colored).

Box 2, Item 32

Deerfoot (1837- ) the Seneca Chief. George Newbold. Lithograph.

Box 2, Item 33

George Elgar Hicks. “He bids me dry the last—the first—The only tears that ever burst From Outatissi’s soul.” Art Union of London 1846. Edward Webb. Lithograph.

Box 2, Item 34:1

O-cum-who-wast. Lithograph.

Box 2, Item 34:2

John Mix Stanley. An Araucanian chief. Peter S. Duval. Chromolithograph (colored).

Box 2, Item 34:3

Edward Meyer Kern. Ow-te-wa, Governor of Santa Ana. Peter S. Duval. Lithograph.

Box 2, Item 35:1

Charles Bird King. A Pawnee Brave. Simeon Smith Jocelyn. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 35:2

Petalesharoo, Chief of the Pani Loups. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 36:1

S.W.. Tecumseh (1768?-1813). B.S.E. Wood engraving (hand colored).

Box 2, Item 36:2

Paugus, Pequatt chief. John Chester Buttre. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 37:1

Charles [or Karl] Bodmer. Mandan Chief. Ralph Rawdon, Neziah Wright, George W. Hatch & Tracy R. Edson. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 37:2

Charles [aka Karl] Bodmer. Moennitarri warrior. Ralph Rawdon, Neziah Wright, George W. Hatch & Tracy R. Edson. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 37:3

Ninigret. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 38:1

Red Jacket [vignette of his residence]. Wood engraving.

Box 2, Item 38:2

Moseley Isaac Danforth. Red Jacket. Robert Walter Weir. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 38:3

Red Jacket. Ralph Rawdon, Neziah Wright, George W. Hatch & Tracy R. Edson. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 39:1

Joseph Drayton. Native of Tierra del Fuego. Henry Jordan & [Frederick or John] Halpin. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 39:2

Alfred T. Agate. Patagonian. Ralph Rawdon, Neziah Wright, George W. Hatch & Tracy R. Edson. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 40:1

A. Chief of Roanoke. G.F. Storm. Etching.

Box 2, Item 40:2

H.K.. Clevenger’s Indian Chief [statue by S.V. Clevenger]. [George or William?] Endicott. Lithograph.

Box 2, Item 40:3

The Choosing of the Arrow. Etching.

Box 2, Item 41:1

Philip alias Metacomet of Pokanoket. Engraving.

Note

Same image as 41:2.
Box 2, Item 41:2

Philip alias Metacomet of Pokanoket. Engraving.

Note

Same image as 41:1.
Box 2, Item 42:1

J.H. Hamilton. Nebraska—Death of the Sioux Chief Crazy Horse, at Sydney, September 5th—The Funeral Procession passing through Camp Sheridan on the way to the Grave. Wood engraving.

Box 2, Item 42:2

Charles [aka Karl] Bodmer. Tombeaux des Indiens Sioux. Eugene Leroux. Lithograph.

Box 2, Item 43:1

Buffalo Hunting—North America. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 43:2

Charles [aka Karl] Bodmer. Indians hunting the Bison. Ralph Rawdon, etc. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 44:1

Charles [aka Karl] Bodmer. Horse racing of Sioux near Fort Pierre. Ralph Rawdon, etc. Engraving.

Note

Same image as 44:2.
Box 2, Item 44:2

Charles [aka Karl] Bodmer. Horse racing of Sioux near Fort Pierre. Ralph Rawdon, etc. Engraving.

Note

Same image as 44:1.
Box 2, Item 45:1

Alfred Jacob Miller. Indian Girls swinging. Louis N. Rosenthal. Chromolithograph.

Box 2, Item 45:2

Ceremonie et danse des Tecunas. Paul Delamain. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 46:1

Hunters at the Buffalo Feast. Lithograph.

Box 2, Item 46:2

Charles [aka Karl] Bodmer. Saukie and Fox Indians. Ralph Rawdon, etc. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 47:1

George Loring Brown. Last of the tribe [dying Indian]. George B. Ellis. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 47:2

Seth Eastman. Buffalo Hunt. G.P. [George Palmer?] Putnam. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 48:1

Henry Brueckner. Lessons in the forest [whitemen & Indians]. John C. McRae. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 48:2

Edward Henry Corbould. The Pequod War. James Charles Armytage. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 49:1

John Gadsby Chapman. The Crowning of Powhaton. Robert Hinshelwood. Engraving.

Note

Same image as 49:2.
Box 2, Item 49:2

The Crowning of Powhaton. Engraving.

Note

Same image as 49:1.
Box 2, Item 50:1

Charles [aka Karl] Bodmer. Blackfoot Indians on horseback. Ralph Rawdon, etc. Engraving.

Note

Same image as 50:2.
Box 2, Item 50:2

Charles [aka Karl] Bodmer. Blackfoot Indians on horseback. Ralph Rawdon, etc. Engraving.

Note

Same image as 50:1.
Box 2, Item 51:1

Camp Scene in the Mojave Valley of the Rio Colorado. Lithograph.

Box 2, Item 52:2 [missing]

John H. Goater. Pontiac’s fire raft. John Rogers. Lithograph.

Note

Item missing as of March 2013.
Box 2, Item 53:1

Charles [aka Karl] Bodmer. Mandan women. Ralph Rawdon, etc. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 53:2

Charles [aka Karl] Bodmer. Dance of the Mandan Indians. Ralph Rawdon, etc. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 54:3

Indian women engaged in agriculture. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 54:2

Felix Octavius Carr Darley. Domestic life among the Indians. John A. Rolph & Jewett. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 54:1

H. [Henry?] Corbould. Liberty introducing the arts to America. John Sartain. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 55:1

Asa Coolidge Warren. Capt. Smith rescued by Pocahontas. D. George Thompson. Engraving.

Note

Same image as 55:2.
Box 2, Item 55:2

Asa Coolidge Warren. Capt. Smith rescued by Pocahontas. D. George Thompson. Engraving.

Note

Same image as 55:1.
Box 2, Item 56:1

John R. Chapin. Tecumseh saving the prisoners. G.C. Armytage. Engraving.

Note

Same image as 56:2.
Box 2, Item 56:2

John R. Chapin. Tecumseh saving the prisoners. G.C. Armytage. Engraving.

Note

Same image as 56:1.
Box 2, Item 57:1

John McNevin. A Treacherous Indian. John [?] Rogers. Engraving.

Note

Same image as 57:2 and 57:3.
Box 2, Item 57:2

John McNevin. A Treacherous Indian. John [?] Rogers. Engraving.

Note

Same image as 57:1 and 57:3.
Box 2, Item 57:3

John McNevin. A Treacherous Indian. John [?] Rogers. Engraving.

Note

Same image as 57:1 and 57:2.
Box 2, Item 58:1

The Murder of Jenney McCrea by Indians. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 58:2

Edward Henry Corbould. Miss McCrea taken by the Indians. [Alfred T.?] Heath. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 59:1

John R. Chapin. Gen. Harrison and Tecumseh. William Ridgway. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 59:2

Alonzo Chappel. Battle of the Thames—Death of Tecumseh. William Wellstood. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 60:1

John R. Chapin. Titleplate: History of American Conspiracies, 1760-1860 by Oriville James Victor New York: J.K. Torrey, 1863 [small illus: Pontiac taking up the hatchet]. John Rogers. Engraving.

Note

Same image as 60:2.
Box 2, Item 60:2

John R. Chapin. Titleplate: History of American Conspiracies, 1760-1860 by Oriville James Victor New York: J.K. Torrey, 1863 [small illus: Pontiac taking up the hatchet]. John Rogers. Engraving.

Note

Same image as 60:1.
Box 2, Item 61:1

Johannes Adam Simon Oertel. Elliot, the first Missionary among the Indians. John Chester Buttre. Engraving.

Note

Same image as 61:2.
Box 2, Item 61:2

Johannes Adam Simon Oertel. Elliot, the first Missionary among the Indians. John Chester Buttre. Engraving.

Note

Same image as 61:1.
Box 2, Item 62:1

Tompkins Harrison Matteson. North American Indians [killing a mother and child in a cabin]. Thomas Doney. Engraving.

Note

Same image as 62:2.
Box 2, Item 62:2

Tompkins Harrison Matteson. North American Indians [killing a mother and child in a cabin]. Thomas Doney. Engraving.

Note

Same image as 62:1.
Box 2, Item 63:1

Tompkins Harrison Matteson. A Scene in New England [Indian attack on a cabin]. Robert Hinshelwood. Lithograph.

Note

Same image as 63:2.
Box 2, Item 63:2

Tompkins Harrison Matteson. A Scene in New England [Indian attack on a cabin]. Robert Hinshelwood. Lithograph.

Note

Same image as 63:1.
Box 2, Item 64:1

[Edward Henry?] Corbould. Capt. Smith rescued by Pocahontas. T. Knight [Possibly Charles A. Knight]. Lithograph.

Box 2, Item 64:2

Benjamin West. William Penn’s treaty with the Indians. James Charles Armytage. Lithograph.

Box 2, Item 65:1

Henry Warren. Gen. Burgoyne addressing the Indians. James Charles Armytage. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 65:2

John R. Chapin. Col. Taylor at the Battle of Okey Chobey. S. S. Swith. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 66:1

Felix Octavius Carr Darley. “The tick of the lock is as well known to the knaves as the blast of a trumpet to a soldier! lay down the piece-lay down the piece.” The Prairie, p. 45. Alfred Sealey & Charles H. Smith. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 66:2

Edward Henry Corbould. The Escape of the Dunstan Family. James Charles Armytage. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 67:1

Augustus Fay. Utah Indian prisoners under the common platform in Fort Utah. Ackerman. Lithograph.

Box 2, Item 67:2

John Mix Stanley. Fort Union and Distribution of Goods to the Assiniboines. Napoleon Sarony, Henry B. Major & Joseph F. Knapp. Lithograph (hand colored).

Box 2, Item 68:1

H.P. [Henry Perronet?] Briggs. Spanish priest showing book to Indians. W. Creatbach. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 68:2 [missing]

H.P. [Henry Perronet?] Briggs. Spanish priest showing book to Indians. Engraving.

Note

Enlarged copy of 68:1 item missing as of March 2013.
Box 2, Item 69:1

[Charles [aka Karl] Bodmer?]. Punka Indians encamped on the Banks of the Missouri River. James David Smillie & Robert Hinshelwood. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 69:2

Scene in an Indian village. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 70

(outline). Indian killing a buffalo from horseback. Felix Octavius Carr Darley. Lithograph.

Box 2, Item 71

Champlain’s attack on an Indian fort in western New York. John E. Gavit. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 72

Edward Henry Corbould. The Pequod War. James Charles Armytage. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 73:1

George Catlin. Antelope Shooting [Indian attacking a herd of antelopes]. Chromolithograph (reproduction).

Box 2, Item 73:2

George Catlin. Buffalo Hunt, Chasing Back [Man on horseback being chased by a wounded buffalo]. Chromolithograph (reproduction).

Box 2, Item 74:1

George Catlin. Wild Horses, at Play [Herd of wild horses]. Chromolithograph (reproduction).

Box 2, Item 74:2

George Catlin. Catching the Wild Horse [Indian capturing a wild horse]. Chromolithograph (reproduction).

Box 2, Item 75:1

George Catlin. Attacking the Grizzly Bear [Indian bear hunt]. Chromolithograph (reproduction).

Box 2, Item 75:2

George Catlin. Ball Play [Indians playing ball]. Chromolithograph (reproduction).

Box 2, Item 76:1

George Catlin. The Snow Shoe Dance [Indians performing dance on snowshoes]. Chromolithograph (reproduction).

Box 2, Item 76:2

George Catlin. Ball Players [Indians in ceremonial ball playing dress]. Chromolithograph (reproduction).

Box 2, Item 77:1

George Catlin. Buffalo Hunt, Chase [Indians on horseback shooting buffalo]. Chromolithograph (reproduction).

Box 2, Item 77:2

George Catlin. Buffalo Hunt, Chase [Indians attacking buffalo herd; wounded horse]. Chromolithograph (reproduction).

Box 2, Item 78:1

George Catlin. Buffalo Hunt, Under the White Wolf Skin [Buffalo Hunt by Indians disguised as wolves]. Chromolithograph (reproduction).

Box 2, Item 78:2

George Catlin. Buffalo Hunt—Approaching in a Ravine [Buffalo Hunt by white men]. Chromolithograph (reproduction).

Box 2, Item 79

Jules Tavernier & Paul Frenzeny. Indian Sun-Dance—Young Bucks proving their endurance by self-torture (Sioux). A. Measom?. Engraving, 1875.

Box 2, Item 80

Pocahontas saving the life of Capt. Smith. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 81

A Pawnee attacked by Grizzley Bears. J. Williamson. Engraving.

Box 2, Item 82

Starved into Submission—Christmas on the Frontier, 1886 [Indians forced to surrender their arms to the soldiers in the fort because of starvation conditions]. Grimm. Lithograph.

Box 2, Item 83

Indian warrior killing a bear, 1860. Johannes Adam Simon Oertel. Lithograph.

Box 2, Item 84

Indian Hunter. Nathaniel Currier. Lithograph (hand colored).