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Wesley Collection

Background imageWesley Collection: John Wesley / Sun. at Home

John Wesley / Sun. at Home
JOHN WESLEY English religious leader preaching on his fathers grave, Epworth

Background imageWesley Collection: JOHN WESLEY 1703 - 1791

JOHN WESLEY 1703 - 1791
JOHN WESLEY English religious leader preaching

Background imageWesley Collection: Charles Wesley

Charles Wesley
CHARLES WESLEY Methodist divine, not always in agreement with his brother John

Background imageWesley Collection: John Wesley

John Wesley
Portrait of John Wesley (1703-1791)

Background imageWesley Collection: John Wesley, Methodist preacher, in action

John Wesley, Methodist preacher, in action out of doors at a market cross. Date: 18th century

Background imageWesley Collection: Two churches and a synagogue, Savannah, Georgia, USA

Two churches and a synagogue, Savannah, Georgia, USA. They are the First Presbyterian Church, the Synagogue, and the Wesley Memorial Church. Date: circa 1905

Background imageWesley Collection: Wesley Saved from Fire

Wesley Saved from Fire
As a child, John Wesley is rescued from a fire in the family home. A brand plucked from burning... Date: EARLY 18TH CENTURY

Background imageWesley Collection: John Wesley / Electrical

John Wesley / Electrical
JOHN WESLEY English religious leader, founder of Methodism : always interested in science, he is depicted observing an electrical experiment

Background imageWesley Collection: John Wesley / Bland

John Wesley / Bland
JOHN WESLEY English religious leader preaching Date: 1703 - 1791

Background imageWesley Collection: Samuel Wesley (Father)

Samuel Wesley (Father)
SAMUEL WESLEY churchman, rector of Epworth, poet, father of John and Charles

Background imageWesley Collection: Wesley Preaches

Wesley Preaches
METHODISM John Wesley preaches in Cornwall

Background imageWesley Collection: Holmfirth Wesleyan Centenary 16th July 1910

Holmfirth Wesleyan Centenary 16th July 1910

Background imageWesley Collection: Gwennap Pit near Redruth, Cornwall

Gwennap Pit near Redruth, Cornwall, where Methodist John Wesley preached to massive congregations 18 times between 1762 and 1789

Background imageWesley Collection: Plume offerings made at the shrine of Pai yat yamo

Plume offerings made at the shrine of Pai yat yamo, God of Music, Zuni nation. Chromolithograph by August Hoen from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology

Background imageWesley Collection: Altar of Ma tke Tsan nakwe, Little Fire Fraternity

Altar of Ma tke Tsan nakwe, Little Fire Fraternity, Zuni nation. Chromolithograph by August Hoen from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, Washington, 1904

Background imageWesley Collection: Altar of Pe shatsilo kwe, Cimex Fraternity, Zuni nation

Altar of Pe shatsilo kwe, Cimex Fraternity, Zuni nation. Chromolithograph by August Hoen from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, Washington, 1904

Background imageWesley Collection: Altar of Shu maakwe, Zuni nation

Altar of Shu maakwe, Zuni nation. Chromolithograph by August Hoen from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, Washington, 1904

Background imageWesley Collection: Mask of the Shumai koli of the Zenith, Zuni nation

Mask of the Shumai koli of the Zenith, Zuni nation. Chromolithograph by August Hoen from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, Washington, 1904

Background imageWesley Collection: Sword swallowers of the Ma tke Thlan nakwe

Sword swallowers of the Ma tke Thlan nakwe, Great Fire Fraternity, Zuni nation. Lithograph by August Hoen from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, Washington

Background imageWesley Collection: Altar of Ma tke Thlan nakwe, Great Fire Fraternity

Altar of Ma tke Thlan nakwe, Great Fire Fraternity, Zuni nation. Chromolithograph by August Hoen from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, Washington, 1904

Background imageWesley Collection: Mask of Great God of the Great Fire Fraternity, Zuni Nation

Mask of Great God of the Great Fire Fraternity, Zuni Nation
Mask of Kok ko Thlann a, Great God, of Ma tke Thlan nakwe, Great Fire Fraternity, Zuni Nation. Chromolithograph by August Hoen from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of American

Background imageWesley Collection: Boxes of the Thle wekwe, Sword Swallower Fraternity

Boxes of the Thle wekwe, Sword Swallower Fraternity, Zuni nation. Chromolithograph by August Hoen from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, Washington, 1904

Background imageWesley Collection: Sword of the Thle wekwe, Sword Swallower Fraternity

Sword of the Thle wekwe, Sword Swallower Fraternity, Zuni nation. Chromolithograph by August Hoen from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, Washington, 1904

Background imageWesley Collection: Altar of the Ne wekwe, Galaxy Fraternity, Zuni nation

Altar of the Ne wekwe, Galaxy Fraternity, Zuni nation. Chromolithograph by August Hoen from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, Washington, 1904

Background imageWesley Collection: Mask of Kok ko Thlan na (Great God) of Ne wekwe

Mask of Kok ko Thlan na (Great God) of Ne wekwe and mask of Mi totasha, Zuni nation. Chromolithograph by August Hoen from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology

Background imageWesley Collection: Dry painting in front of the Altar of Shi wannakwe

Dry painting in front of the Altar of Shi wannakwe, Zuni nation. Chromolithograph by August Hoen from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, Washington, 1904

Background imageWesley Collection: Mili Insignia of the Order of O naya natkia

Mili Insignia of the Order of O naya natkia
Mili (ear of corn covered with plumes) Insignia of the Order of O naya natkia, Life Givers, Zuni nation. Chromolithograph by August Hoen from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of

Background imageWesley Collection: Men and corn maidens performing the Pleasure

Men and corn maidens performing the Pleasure
Men and corn maidens in feather headdress performing the Pleasure Dance, Zuni nation. Lithograph after a painting by Mary Wright Gill from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of

Background imageWesley Collection: Man performing the Dog Dance, Zuni nation

Man performing the Dog Dance, Zuni nation
Man in feather headdress performing the Dog Dance, Zuni nation. Lithograph after a painting by Mary Wright Gill from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology

Background imageWesley Collection: Zuni men imitating the Dance of the Ye bi chai

Zuni men imitating the Dance of the Ye bi chai Gods of the Navahos. Lithograph after a painting by Mary Wright Gill from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology

Background imageWesley Collection: Masks of god and goddesses accompanying He mishikwe

Masks of god and goddesses accompanying He mishikwe
Mask of god accompanying He mishikwe, and masks of goddesses accompanying He mishikwe, Zuni nation. Chromolithograph by August Hoen from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of

Background imageWesley Collection: Mask of the He mishiikwe with tablet, Zuni Nation

Mask of the He mishiikwe with tablet, Zuni Nation. Chromolithograph by August Hoen from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, Washington, 1904

Background imageWesley Collection: Mask of the Muluktatkia, Zuni nation

Mask of the Muluktatkia, Zuni nation. Chromolithograph by August Hoen from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, Washington, 1904

Background imageWesley Collection: Mask of Na tashku and Na wisho, Zuni Nation

Mask of Na tashku and Na wisho, Zuni Nation. Chromolithograph by August Hoen from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, Washington, 1904

Background imageWesley Collection: Mask of the U wannami, Rain Makers, Zuni Nation

Mask of the U wannami, Rain Makers, Zuni Nation. Chromolithograph by August Hoen from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, Washington, 1904

Background imageWesley Collection: Ko yemshi Gods in Plaza, Zuni nation

Ko yemshi Gods in Plaza, Zuni nation
Ko yemshi Gods in masks and blankets in the plaza, Zuni nation. Lithograph after a painting by Mary Wright Gill from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology

Background imageWesley Collection: Altar of Tsaniakiakwe, Hunter Fraternity, Zuni Nation

Altar of Tsaniakiakwe, Hunter Fraternity, Zuni Nation. Chromolithograph by August Hoen from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, Washington, 1904

Background imageWesley Collection: Altar of Uhuhukwe, Eagle Down Fraternity, Zuni nation

Altar of Uhuhukwe, Eagle Down Fraternity, Zuni nation. The altar is decorated with figures of cougar, bear, bison, badger and white wolf, medicine stone, and bears feet

Background imageWesley Collection: Mask of Salimobiya, Warrior of the Nadir, Zuni Nation

Mask of Salimobiya, Warrior of the Nadir, Zuni Nation. Chromolithograph by August Hoen from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, Washington, 1904

Background imageWesley Collection: Mask of Salimobiya, Warrior of the Zenith, Zuni Nation

Mask of Salimobiya, Warrior of the Zenith, Zuni Nation. Chromolithograph by August Hoen from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, Washington, 1904

Background imageWesley Collection: Masks of Ya mukakto (a) and Hu tutu (b, c), Zuni Nation

Masks of Ya mukakto (a) and Hu tutu (b, c), Zuni Nation. Chromolithograph by August Hoen from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, Washington, 1904

Background imageWesley Collection: Mask of the Sayatasha, Rain Priest of the North, Zuni Nation

Mask of the Sayatasha, Rain Priest of the North, Zuni Nation. Chromolithograph by August Hoen from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, Washington, 1904

Background imageWesley Collection: Mask of the Hehea (Blunderer) of the Nadir, Zuni nation

Mask of the Hehea (Blunderer) of the Nadir, Zuni nation. Chromolithograph by August Hoen from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, Washington, 1904

Background imageWesley Collection: Masks of the Hehea (Blunderer) of the South, Zuni nation

Masks of the Hehea (Blunderer) of the South, Zuni nation. Chromolithograph by August Hoen from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, Washington, 1904

Background imageWesley Collection: Mask of Shu laawi si, Deputy to the Sun Father, Zuni nation

Mask of Shu laawi si, Deputy to the Sun Father, Zuni nation. Chromolithograph by August Hoen from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, Washington, 1904

Background imageWesley Collection: Masks of Api lashiwanni Warriors of the Zenith

Masks of Api lashiwanni Warriors of the Zenith, Nadir and of the Mosona of the Kia nakwe. Chromolithograph by August Hoen from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of American

Background imageWesley Collection: Masks of Api lashiwanni Warriors of the North

Masks of Api lashiwanni Warriors of the North, West and South, Zuni nation. Chromolithograph by August Hoen from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology

Background imageWesley Collection: Mask of Ko thlama, and rear view of the head

Mask of Ko thlama, and rear view of the head of a Ko thlama personator, Zuni nation. Chromolithograph by August Hoen from John Wesley Powells 23rd Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology



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