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"Exploring the Rich Heritage of Native Americans: From Captivity to Leadership" Hannah Duston Escapes from Capture by Native Americans

Background imageNative American Collection: Hannah Duston escapes from capture by Native Americans

Hannah Duston escapes from capture by Native Americans
Hannah Duston and two other captives escaping from Abenaki Indians on the Merrimac River, New Hampshire, 1697. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageNative American Collection: American Indian tribe locations in 1715

American Indian tribe locations in 1715
Map of Native American tribe locations circa 1715, continental U.S. Printed color lithograph

Background imageNative American Collection: SSanta Fe, New Mexico, United States. Indian Market, Native American basket

SSanta Fe, New Mexico, United States. Indian Market, Native American basket

Background imageNative American Collection: Young Crow Indian

Young Crow Indian
A Crow boy in dance costume, 1905. Printed reproduction of a photograph by Edward Curtis

Background imageNative American Collection: American Indian tribe locations about 1700

American Indian tribe locations about 1700
Map of Native American locations, circa 1700. Printed lithograph

Background imageNative American Collection: Native American attack on a western stagecoach

Native American attack on a western stagecoach
Western stagecoach fighting off Native Americans on the plains. Printed color halftone reproduction of a Frederic Remington illustration

Background imageNative American Collection: Southwest, American Indian art & handicrafts. Navajo blanket, beadwork, turquoise necklace

Southwest, American Indian art & handicrafts. Navajo blanket, beadwork, turquoise necklace, silver & turquoise belt buckle, 12-century Anasazi Mimbres bowl. PR

Background imageNative American Collection: GERONIMO (1829-1909). American Apache leader. Photographed in 1887

GERONIMO (1829-1909). American Apache leader. Photographed in 1887

Background imageNative American Collection: PLAYING CARDS, c1915. A cowboy and a Native American man seated on a blanket

PLAYING CARDS, c1915. A cowboy and a Native American man seated on a blanket and playing cards on the Great Plains. Photograph, c1915

Background imageNative American Collection: DARWIN: HMS BEAGLE. Voyage of the HMS Beagle, which Charles Darwin sailed as ships naturalist

DARWIN: HMS BEAGLE. Voyage of the HMS Beagle, which Charles Darwin sailed as ships naturalist from 1831 to 1836

Background imageNative American Collection: Fur Traders Descending the Missouri, 1845. Creator: George Caleb Bingham

Fur Traders Descending the Missouri, 1845. Creator: George Caleb Bingham
Fur Traders Descending the Missouri, 1845

Background imageNative American Collection: GEORGIA TRUSTEES, 1734. The founders of the colony of Georgia, the Georgia Trustees

GEORGIA TRUSTEES, 1734. The founders of the colony of Georgia, the Georgia Trustees, and a delegation of Georgia Native Americans. Oil painting by William Verelst, 1734

Background imageNative American Collection: SITTING BULL (1834-1890). Sioux Native American leader

SITTING BULL (1834-1890). Sioux Native American leader

Background imageNative American Collection: BUSN2A-00012

BUSN2A-00012
Native Americans exchanging furs for goods at a Hudson Bay Company post. Hand-colored 19th-century woodcut of a Frederic Remington illustration

Background imageNative American Collection: Sitting Bear - Arikara, 1908. Artist: John Andrew & Son

Sitting Bear - Arikara, 1908. Artist: John Andrew & Son
Sitting Bear - Arikara, 1908. The Arikara are a semi-nomadic Native American tribe who lived on the plains of South Dakota. Their population was decimated by smallpox in the 1830s

Background imageNative American Collection: TECUMSEH (1768-1813). Native American chief of the Shawnee tribe

TECUMSEH (1768-1813). Native American chief of the Shawnee tribe. Wood engraving, American, 19th century

Background imageNative American Collection: LITTLE BIGHORN MONUMENT. Monument on Custers Hill, containing all the bones found at the site of

LITTLE BIGHORN MONUMENT. Monument on Custers Hill, containing all the bones found at the site of the Battle of Little Bighorn. Photograph by Stanley Morrow, c1876

Background imageNative American Collection: MEXICO: TULUM, 1844. The castle at the Mayan ruins of Tulum on the Yucatan Pensinsula

MEXICO: TULUM, 1844. The castle at the Mayan ruins of Tulum on the Yucatan Pensinsula. Lithograph by Frederick Catherwood, London, 1844

Background imageNative American Collection: NATCHES (c1856-1919). Also known as Naiche. Son of Cochise and chief of the Chiricahua Apaches

NATCHES (c1856-1919). Also known as Naiche. Son of Cochise and chief of the Chiricahua Apaches. Photograph, c1884

Background imageNative American Collection: Tomochichi and his son

Tomochichi and his son
Yamacraw chief Tomo-chichi Mico and his son. Hand-colored woodcut of an illustration

Background imageNative American Collection: Eleazer Wheelock founding Dartmouth College, 1770

Eleazer Wheelock founding Dartmouth College, 1770
Eleazer Wheelock founding Dartmouth College in the forests of New Hampshire, 1770. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageNative American Collection: Southwest, Indian

Southwest, Indian handicrafts. Jemez pottery, 12-century Anasazi Mimbres bowl, Navajo buckle, Navajo bead work & turquoise necklaces, Acoma seed pot. PR

Background imageNative American Collection: REVOLUTIONARY WAR CARTOON. The Female Combatants - or Who Shall. English cartoon, 1776

REVOLUTIONARY WAR CARTOON. The Female Combatants - or Who Shall. English cartoon, 1776, on the war between America and England

Background imageNative American Collection: ALEUT HUNTER, 1816. An Aleut hunter wearing a wooden peaked hat, in the Bering Sea

ALEUT HUNTER, 1816. An Aleut hunter wearing a wooden peaked hat, in the Bering Sea. Watercolor, 1816, by Louis Choris

Background imageNative American Collection: TLINGIT NATIVE AMERICAN, c1906. Kaw-Claa, a Tlingit Native American woman

TLINGIT NATIVE AMERICAN, c1906. Kaw-Claa, a Tlingit Native American woman, in full potlatch dancing costume. Photograph, c1906

Background imageNative American Collection: MEXICO: INDIANS, c1500. P urhepecha (Tarascan) Indians of Michoacan Province, Mexico

MEXICO: INDIANS, c1500. P urhepecha (Tarascan) Indians of Michoacan Province, Mexico, flee their village shortly before the arrival of Spanish conquistadors

Background imageNative American Collection: PNAT2A-00002

PNAT2A-00002
Red Cloud, or Mahpiua Luta, Oglala Sioux chief, in quilwork shirt, 1890s. Albertype reproduction of a photograph

Background imageNative American Collection: Oglethorpe and Tomo-chichi becoming friends in colonial Georgia

Oglethorpe and Tomo-chichi becoming friends in colonial Georgia
Tomo-chichi offering furs to James Olglethorpe, Georgia Colony. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageNative American Collection: Navajo sand paintings preserved on tiles

Navajo sand paintings preserved on tiles
Navajo sand paintings on tiles displayed for sale at the intertribal Indian Ceremonial in Gallup, New Mexico. Photograph

Background imageNative American Collection: Crow chief

Crow chief
Crow Indian chief in a traditional war bonnet and clothing, circa 1900. Digitally colored halftone of a photograph

Background imageNative American Collection: NATI2D-00054

NATI2D-00054
Cliff Palace at Mesa Verde National Park, Anasazi/Ancestral Puebloan ruins, Colorado. Digital photograph

Background imageNative American Collection: NATI2A-00094

NATI2A-00094
Cherokee alphabet developed by Sequoyah. Woodcut reproduction with a watercolor wash

Background imageNative American Collection: NATI2A-00044

NATI2A-00044
Map of the Six Iroquois Nations in Pennsylvania and New York, 1771. Hand-colored woodcut reproduction of an 18th-century document

Background imageNative American Collection: Trephination evidence in an Inca skull

Trephination evidence in an Inca skull
Inca skull showing evidence of prehistoric trephining or brain surgery in Peru. Woodcut with a watercolor wash

Background imageNative American Collection: Grizzly bear attacking a Pawnee hunter

Grizzly bear attacking a Pawnee hunter
Pawnee Indian and his horse attacked by grizzly bears, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageNative American Collection: US Army survivors of Custers Last Stand - horse and scout, Curley

US Army survivors of Custers Last Stand - horse and scout, Curley
Horse " Comanche" and Custers scout Curley, the only US Army survivors of the Battle of Little Bighorn, 1876. Hand-colored woodcut reproduction of a photograph

Background imageNative American Collection: Indian petroglyphs drawn on red standstone by scratching

Indian petroglyphs drawn on red standstone by scratching away dark desert varnish of iron oxides, Newspaper Rock, Canyonlands, Utah, United States of America, North America

Background imageNative American Collection: PNAT2P-00002

PNAT2P-00002
Red Cloud, or Mahpiua Luta, Oglala Sioux chief, in quilwork shirt, 1890s. Albertype reproduction of a photograph

Background imageNative American Collection: USA, Alaska, Ketchikan, Totem Bight State Historical Park

USA, Alaska, Ketchikan, Totem Bight State Historical Park

Background imageNative American Collection: PNAT2A-00041

PNAT2A-00041
Sitting Bull. Hand-colored halftone of a 19th-century photograph

Background imageNative American Collection: NATI2A-00016

NATI2A-00016
Earth lodge of the Omaha tribe, Great Plains, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageNative American Collection: NATI2A-00009

NATI2A-00009
Innuit family with dog team and sled, . Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageNative American Collection: Detail of Nez Perce beadwork of cradle board, Olympia State Capitol Museum

Detail of Nez Perce beadwork of cradle board, Olympia State Capitol Museum, Washingon state, United States of America, North America

Background imageNative American Collection: Velveteen and glass beads on pouch dating from 1850, of the Coughnawbga Mohawk of the Eastern

Velveteen and glass beads on pouch dating from 1850, of the Coughnawbga Mohawk of the Eastern Woodlands, United States of America, North America

Background imageNative American Collection: Totem Pole in Pioneer Square, Seattle, Washington State, United States of America

Totem Pole in Pioneer Square, Seattle, Washington State, United States of America, North America

Background imageNative American Collection: Tribute to Navajo Code Talkers by Doug Hyde, Phoenix, Arizona, United States of America

Tribute to Navajo Code Talkers by Doug Hyde, Phoenix, Arizona, United States of America, North America

Background imageNative American Collection: USA, Alaska, Ketchikan, Totem Bight State Historical Park

USA, Alaska, Ketchikan, Totem Bight State Historical Park

Background imageNative American Collection: The Three Chiefs-Piegan, Printed 1900. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis

The Three Chiefs-Piegan, Printed 1900. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis
The Three Chiefs-Piegan, Printed 1900



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"Exploring the Rich Heritage of Native Americans: From Captivity to Leadership" Hannah Duston Escapes from Capture by Native Americans: In a tale of resilience and survival, Hannah Duston's daring escape from captivity by Native Americans serves as a testament to the indomitable spirit of early settlers. Geronimo: American Apache Leader: Geronimo, an iconic figure in Native American history, embodied strength and resistance against encroachment on his people's lands. This 1887 photograph captures the essence of his leadership. Tracing American Indian Tribe Locations in 1715: Delve into the intricate tapestry of indigenous cultures with this map showcasing various American Indian tribe locations in 1715, highlighting their rich diversity across North America. Santa Fe Indian Market: Celebrating Native American Artistry: Immerse yourself in the vibrant colors and exquisite craftsmanship at Santa Fe's renowned Indian Market, where traditional art forms like native baskets come alive with cultural pride. The Wild West Chronicles: Native American Attack on a Western Stagecoach: Step back into an era shrouded in myth and legend as we recount a thrilling encounter between brave pioneers and fierce warriors during a dramatic Native American attack on a western stagecoach. Cowboys & Natives: A Cultural Encounter Through Playing Cards (c1915): Uncover fascinating glimpses into cross-cultural interactions through vintage playing cards depicting cowboys engaging with Native Americans—a visual representation of shared histories. Eleazer Wheelock Founding Dartmouth College (1770): Bridging Cultures: Discover how Eleazer Wheelock's vision for education led to the founding of Dartmouth College—an institution that aimed to bridge gaps between European settlers and Indigenous communities. Mapping Ancient Roots: American Indian Tribe Locations circa 1700: Journey through time as we explore ancient tribal territories across North America around 1700—revealing the ancestral lands that shaped Native American cultures. Sitting Bull.