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Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: Tuscarora Indian village hut

Tuscarora Indian village hut
Interior of a Tuscarora American Indian village hut. The Indian hut betrays nothing pertaining to native Indian culture, being bare apart from a perambulator and double bed. Date: 1876

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: The Conference of Kaw Indians with the United States Governm

The Conference of Kaw Indians with the United States Governm
Image showing the Kaw native American Indians appealing to the United States Commissioner of Indian Affairs to protect their land from settlers, 1857

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: Stouts Gulch, Williams Creek, British Columbia, 1882

Stouts Gulch, Williams Creek, British Columbia, 1882
Illustration showing the native American Indian houses in Stouts Gulch, British Columbia, 1882

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: Ottawatamie Okemos Kinne-boo, Native American Indian Chief

Ottawatamie Okemos Kinne-boo, Native American Indian Chief
Portrait of Ottawatamie Okemos Kinne-boo, of Shiminicon near Portland, the native American Indian Chief, who died at a great age on 5th December 1858

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: Native American Indian women of the Pawnee Tribe, c. 1873

Native American Indian women of the Pawnee Tribe, c. 1873
Illustration of Pawnee Native American Indian women (squaws) seen inside a wigwam, with a baby in a papoose

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: Warrior of the native American Indian Tribe, the Lipan, c. 18

Warrior of the native American Indian Tribe, the Lipan, c. 18
Illustration showing a Lipan native American Indian brave on horseback, with head band and buckskin suit, carrying a rifle

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: Sitting Bulls Hat, 1897

Sitting Bulls Hat, 1897
Illustration of a hat depicting the life of Sitting Bull, the Native American Indian Chief. Tiny crescents denoted how many animals were captured by Sitting Bull

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: General James Ewell Brown Stuart (1833-1864)

General James Ewell Brown Stuart (1833-1864)
Portrait of General James Ewell Brown Stuart, better known as Jeb Stuart, of the Confederate Army; pictured during the American Civil War

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: The Civil War in America: Fight at Rainsville, on the upper

The Civil War in America: Fight at Rainsville, on the upper
Advance of the Wisconsin men, showing Federalists(Unionists), on the secessionist position. Part of the first battle of Bull Run

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: A Confederate flag during the American Civil War, 1863

A Confederate flag during the American Civil War, 1863
Engraving of a flag made and waved by a Confederate lady, Miss Laura Lee, of Winchester, who later gave the flag to the ILN special artist, Frank Vizetelly

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: James Buchanan welcoming native American Indians into the Wh

James Buchanan welcoming native American Indians into the Wh
Illustration showing the President of the United States, James Buchanan, welcoming warring factions of American Indians into the White House, 1858

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: US Cavalry Trooper, Arizona, 1887

US Cavalry Trooper, Arizona, 1887
Portrait of a typical US trooper on horseback with his pack and rifle. This image was made during the last war between the Apache native American Indians

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: Petersburg, Virginia; American Civil War, 1864

Petersburg, Virginia; American Civil War, 1864
Engraving showing a panorama of Petersburg, as viewed from General Lees headquarters, 1864. A nine month siege of Petersburg ensued as the Unionist Army, led by General Grant

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: Hells Gate Canyon, Fraser River, 1882

Hells Gate Canyon, Fraser River, 1882
Rocky canyon and river scene with the ruins of native American Indian buildings on the river bank, 1882

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: General Ulysses S. Grant (1822-1885)

General Ulysses S. Grant (1822-1885)
Portrait of Lieutenant General Ulysses S. Grant, Commander in Chief of the Federal forces during the American Civil War, pictured in 1865. Grant later became 18th President of the USA

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: A gathering of Cree Indians, c. 1870

A gathering of Cree Indians, c. 1870
Image showing a group of male Prairie Cree Indians smoking long pipes and talking together. The Cree are wearing fringed buckskin and feathers in their hair

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: Fort Lafayette, New York Harbour, 1865

Fort Lafayette, New York Harbour, 1865
Engraving showing the interior of Fort Lafayette, New York Harbour, during the American Civil War. This image, made in 1865, shows the sentries on duty and fortifications in place

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: Native American Indians in a large canoe, c. 1862

Native American Indians in a large canoe, c. 1862
Illustration of eight Native American Indians in a large canoe, off Vancouver Island, c.1862

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: The blockade runner Lillian; American Civil War, 1864

The blockade runner Lillian; American Civil War, 1864
Sketch showing the steamship Lillian, running the blockade into Wilmington Harbour, during the American Civil War

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: Victoria, Vancouver Island, 1882

Victoria, Vancouver Island, 1882
Panorama of Victoria, the main town on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, 1882

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: Two Cowboys guarding their ranch, c. 1887

Two Cowboys guarding their ranch, c. 1887
Illustration of several cowboys protecting their ranch from Apache native American Indians. This image was made at the time of the last war between the Apache native American Indians

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: Mr. Mountpassin, Tuscarora American Indian Chief

Mr. Mountpassin, Tuscarora American Indian Chief
Tuscarora American Indian Chief, Mr. Mountpassin. The Chief is depicted as a model American citizen, with a modern European shirt and tie, smart jacket and short hair

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: Apache native American Indians attacking a ranch, c. 1887

Apache native American Indians attacking a ranch, c. 1887
Two Apache braves wearing breeches and head scaves prepare to attack a white Americans ranch. This image was made at the time of the last war between the Apache native American Indians

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: The Pow-Wow at Black Feet Crossing, September 1881

The Pow-Wow at Black Feet Crossing, September 1881
Illustration showing the Marquis of Lorne and his British officers addressing a group of native American Indian chiefs, Black Feet Crossing, 10th September 1881

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: US Troops chasing Apache Indians; Arizona, 1887

US Troops chasing Apache Indians; Arizona, 1887
Illustration showing US troopers in hot pursuit of Apache Indians in Southern Arizona and Northern Sonora, New Mexico during one of the last wars between native American Indians and the Federal Army

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: Apache native American Indians, c. 1887

Apache native American Indians, c. 1887
Portraits of two Apache native American Indian braves. This image was made during the last war between the Apache native American Indians and the United States Army in Southern Arizona

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: Native American Indian Encampment by the Fraser River, 1882

Native American Indian Encampment by the Fraser River, 1882
Illustration showing the wooden shacks and canoes of a native American Indian encampment by the Fraser River, British Columbia, Canada, 1882

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: The capture of Jefferson Davis; American Civil War, 1865

The capture of Jefferson Davis; American Civil War, 1865
Image showing the President of the Confederate States, Jefferson Davis, and his party retreating across the Pedee River, North Carolina, at the fall of the Southern Confederacy, 1865

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: An Arizona Ranger, 1887

An Arizona Ranger, 1887
Illustration of a Native American Indian scout working as an Arizona Ranger for the US Army

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: Kah-Ge-Ga-Gah-Bowh, the Ojibbeway Chief at Dury Lane Theatre

Kah-Ge-Ga-Gah-Bowh, the Ojibbeway Chief at Dury Lane Theatre
Kah-Ge-Ga-Gah-Bowh, the Chief of the native American Indian Ojibbeway tribe, sketched during a temperence meeting in Dury Lane theatre, 1860

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: Ojibway Indians, c. 1870

Ojibway Indians, c. 1870
Illustration showing a group of Ojibway Indians of Red River sitting around a campfire wearing buckskin dresses, capes and feathers in their hair and moccasins on their feet

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: American Indians. Esquimaux Harbour (Flying Squadron)

American Indians. Esquimaux Harbour (Flying Squadron)
Tree lined harbour, with sailing ships and Indian canoes

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: Native American Indian woman and child, Vancouver Island, 18

Native American Indian woman and child, Vancouver Island, 18
Portrait of a barefoot native American Indian woman, of Vancouver Island, and her baby in a papoose, 1863

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: Native American Indian Girl with conical head, 1863

Native American Indian Girl with conical head, 1863
Portrait of a native American Indian girl, who had a conical shaped skull, 1863. This girl was sketched from life and was found to have a measurement of 18 inches from her eyes to the top of her skull

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: Native American Indian Chiefs Grave, San Juan Island, 1882

Native American Indian Chiefs Grave, San Juan Island, 1882
Illustration of the wooden grave of a native American Indian Chief, shaped like a canoe, in the woods of San Juan Island, Washington State, USA, 1882. Date: 1882

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: Noco-shimatt-tash-tanaki, Chief of the Seminole, c. 1858

Noco-shimatt-tash-tanaki, Chief of the Seminole, c. 1858
Portrait of a Seminole native American Indian chief, Noco-shimatt-tash-tanaki, translated as Grisly Bear, c.1858. The Chief is seen wearing a magnificent short jacket, headscarf and tasselled belt

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: President Jefferson Davis bidding farewell to his escort, 18

President Jefferson Davis bidding farewell to his escort, 18
Image showing the President of the Confederate States, Jefferson Davis, and bidding farewell to his escort at the end of the American Civil War, 1865

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: Inauguration of Jefferson Davis as President, 1861

Inauguration of Jefferson Davis as President, 1861
The scene out the courthouse of Richmond, Virginia, as Jefferson Davis was inaugurated as President of the Confederate States, 1861

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: Grand Review of the Union Army, Washington, 1865

Grand Review of the Union Army, Washington, 1865
Engraving showing the grand review of the Union army before President Johnson, that took place in Washington following the end of the American Civil War, 1865

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: Native American Indian Encampment near the Fraser River, 188

Native American Indian Encampment near the Fraser River, 188
Illustration showing some native American Indian wooden huts with carvings and flags, near Yale, Fraser River, British Columbia, 1882

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: Three Chippewa Indian chiefs at Montreal, 1849

Three Chippewa Indian chiefs at Montreal, 1849
Three native American Indian chiefs in full ceremonial dress, with beads, necklaces and feathers: Chingwackonce (Little Pine), Nabunagoging (The Eclipse) and Menissino Wenninne (The Great Warrior)

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: Pawnee Indians around a camp fire

Pawnee Indians around a camp fire
A night scene showing Pawnee Indians seated in a cicle with the artist, Arthur Boyd Houghton, round a camp fire, smoking an Indian pipe

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: American Indians. North American Indian sports

American Indians. North American Indian sports
Scene showing Pawnee Indians apparently throwing the javelin/spears in a competition

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: Petersburg, Virginia; American Civil War, 1864

Petersburg, Virginia; American Civil War, 1864
Engraving showing a panorama of Petersburg, as viewed from General Lees headquarters, 1864. A nine month siege of Petersburg started in June 1864 as the Unionist Army, led by General Grant

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: Victoria, Vancouver Island, c. 1863

Victoria, Vancouver Island, c. 1863
A street in Victoria, Vancouver Island. The scene of a gold rush in the 1860s and home to many native American Indians

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: US Cavalry Pack Mules; Arizona, 1887

US Cavalry Pack Mules; Arizona, 1887
US cavalrymen with their pack mules carrying supplies for the war against the American Indians. This war, which took place in Southern Arizona and Northern Sonora, Old Mexico

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: Women of the Pimo Tribe, 1858

Women of the Pimo Tribe, 1858
Illustration showing a group of native American Indian women of the Pimo tribe carrying baskets and water vessels on their heads, wearing full wrap around skirts and heavy jewellery

Background imageImages Dated 8th July 2004: New Westminster, British Columbia, 1882

New Westminster, British Columbia, 1882
Illustration showing the clapboard houses and church of New Westminster, British Columbia, 1882



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