Bison dance of the Mandan Native Americans in front of their medicine lodge. Aquatint engraving, 1844, after Karl Bodmer
MANDAN: BISON DANCE, 1844.
Bison dance of the Mandan Native Americans in front of their medicine lodge. Aquatint engraving, 1844, after Karl Bodmer.
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CATLIN: MANDAN MAN, 1832. Mouse-colored Feather (Seehk-hee-da), a Mandan man, holding
CATLIN: MANDAN MAN, 1832.
Mouse-colored Feather (Seehk-hee-da), a Mandan man, holding an adorned pipe. Oil on canvas, 1832, by George Catlin.
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Religious Ceremony, Mandan Village.Artist: Myers and Co
Religious ceremony in a Mandan village, North America, 1841. Young men run in a circle dragging elk skulls behind them. The Mandan are a Native American tribe that historically lived on the banks of the Missouri and its tributaries in what is now North and South Dakota. Unlike the migrant Plains Indians ther lived in permanent villages of circular earth lodges. The Mandan were almost wiped out by a smallpox epidemic in 1837-1838. A print from 'North American Indians', Wiley and Putnam, 1841.
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