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Using and Understanding Photographs

A History of Photographs and American Indians: The Wanamaker Collection.

Domestic Architecture in the Comanche Village on Medicine Creek, Indian Territory,
Winter 1872-73.

Imaging and Imagining the Ghost Dance: James Mooney's Illustrations and Photographs, 1891-1893.
Historic Photograph Collections

Edward S. Curtis:
"North American Indian Photographic Images,"

Northwestern University Library,



Gallery of the Open Frontier
Photos, Paintings and Drawings of the American West
Search the U.S. National Archives
University of Nebraska Press



William Soule Photographs
Frontier photographer around 1870 in Indian Territory, now part of Oklahoma. Kiowa, Comanche, Pawnee, Wichita, Cheyenne, and Arapaho. A. A. Hyde Collection at Wichita State University.


Dawn of a New Day
Photographic exhibition organized from six archival collections documenting the intersections of Euro-American and Native American culture in the Southwest.
Arizona State University Library


American Indians of the Pacific Northwest Digital Collection
2,300 original photographs of Tlingit, Tsimshian, Coeur d'Alene, Lushootseed, Makah, Nez Perce.
Searchable by key word

Native Americans: John Hauberg Photographs and Notes
John Henry Hauberg (1869-1955), historian, photographer. Over 50 photographs of Mesquakies and Sauk.
Contemporary Photograph Collections
Gathering of Nations Online Collection of over 2000 photos

     photographic gallery of crafts, dancing and historic photos.



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Native Resources Web Pages Initiated May 2, 2002
Updated: June 2 2010