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U.S. History American Indian Collection (Under construction)

Please, be patient, it may take a few seconds to download all the (more than 200) pictures. Some pictures are part of the collection of Prof. Troy Johnson from the Long Beach California State University, the Library of Congress, the National Archives and Records Administration, the Utah State Historical Society, the Uintah County Regional History Center, the University of Utah, The National American Indian Museum, The Journey Museum, SD, Google Earth, and most of the maps were obtained from the University of Texas, Perry and Castaneda Collection.
Disclaimer: All the pictures are Educational Material/Non-Commercial

North America, 1491 Different Cultures Jamestown, 1607 Plymouth, 1621
The Southwest Utah's Natives The Ute USOE Curriculum
Cultures of the Pacific Pacific Northwest Eastern U.S. Indians  

Resources:

Disclaimer: All the pictures are Educational Material/Non-Commercial
       
AMERICAN INDIAN TRIBES IN 1492:
AMERICAN INDIAN TRIBES IN 1491:
 

Eastern U.S. Indians

Western U.S. Indians

Alaskan U.S. Indians

American Indians
       

American Indians

Eskimos

Southeast

Woodlands
       

Canoeing

Council

Playing Games

Country View
       

Mound Builders

Mound Builders

Mound Builders

Mound Builders
       

Fremont

Fremont

Fremont

Fremont
       

Fremont

Fremont

Fremont

Fremont
       

Ancestral Puebloans

Ancestral Puebloans

Ancestral Puebloans

Ancestral Puebloans
       

Ancestral Puebloans

Ancestral Puebloans

Ancestral Puebloans

Ancestral Puebloans
       

Ute Indians

Ute Indians

Ute Indians

Ute Indians (more...)
       
DIFFERENT AMERICAN INDIAN CULTURES IN U.S.:
DIFFERENT AMERICAN INDIAN CULTURES IN U.S.:
 
       

Eastern U.S. Indians

Western U.S. Indians

Alaskan U.S. Indians

American Indians
       

 Anishinaabe, NE

 Anishinaabe, NE

Anishinaabe, NE

Anishinaabe, NE
       

Anishinaabe, NE

Anishinaabe, NE

Anishinaabe, NE

Apache, SW
       

Apache, SW

Apache, SW

Apache, SW

Apache, SW
       

Apache, SW 

Apache, SW

Apache, SW
 Apache Geronimo
more pictures...
       

Southeast

Southeast

Southeast

Southeast
       

Southeast

Southeast

Southeast

Eastern U.S.
 Indians Collection
more..

       

Blackfeet, N

Blackfeet, N

Blackfeet, N

Blackfeet, N
       

Blackfeet, N

Blackfeet, N

Cherokee

Cherokee
       

Cherokee

Cherokee

Cherokee

Cherokee
       

Hupa, CA

Hupa, CA

Hupa, CA

Hupa, CA
       

Hupa, CA

Hupa, CA

Hupa, CA

Kiowa
       

Kiowa

Kiowa

Kiowa

Kiowa
       

Kiowa

Plain Indians, Lakota

Plain Indians, Lakota

Plain Indians, Lakota
       

Plain Indians, Lakota

Plain Indians, Lakota

Plain Indians, Lakota

Plain Indians, Lakota
       

Crazy Horse Memorial

Crazy Horse Memorial

Crazy Horse Memorial

Crazy Horse Memorial
       

Plain Indians, Lakota

Plain Indians

Plain Indians

Plain Indians
       

Plain Indians

Plain Indians

Plain Indians

Plain Indians
       

Plain Indians

Plain Indians

Plain Indians

Plain Indians
       

Plain Indians

Plain Indians

Plain Indians

Plain Indians
       

Plain Indians

Plain Indians

Plain Indians

Plain Indians
       

Plain Indians

Plain Indians

Plain Indians

Plain Indians
       

Plain Indians

Plain Indians

Plain Indians

Plain Indians
       

Plain Indians

Plain Indians

Plain Indians

Plain Indians
       
       

Plain Indians

Plain Indians

Plain Indians

Plain Indians
       

Plain Indians

Plain Indians

Plain Indians

Plain Indians
       

Plain Indians

Plain Indians

Plain Indians

Plain Indians
       

Plain Indians

Plain Indians

Plain Indians

Plain Indians
       

Plain Indians

Plain Indians

Plain Indians

Plain Indians
       

Plain Indians

Plain Indians

Santa Clara, Pueblo

Santa Clara, Pueblo
       

Santa Clara, Pueblo

Santa Clara, Pueblo

Santa Clara, Pueblo

Santa Clara, Pueblo
       

Tohono O' Odham, SW

Tohono O' Odham, SW

Tohono O' Odham, SW

Tohono O' Odham, SW
       

Northwest Indians

Northwest Indians

Pacific Northwest
Indians Collection

More...

Yupik, Alaska
       

Yupik, Alaska

Yupik, Alaska

Yupik, Alaska

Yupik, Alaska
       

Yupik, Alaska

Yupik, Alaska

Yupik, Alaska

Yupik, Alaska
       

European Epidemics

King Philip's War

Western Expansion

Western Indian Wars
       
JAMESTOWN, VIRGINIA, 1607:
 THE POWHATAN CONFEDERACY AND JAMESTOWN, VIRGINIA, 1607:
 

 


Chief Powhatan

Village

Jamestown, VA

Jamestown, VA
       

King James

Captain John Smith

Pocahontas in England

Smith and Pocahontas
       

Pocahontas Baptism

Pocahontas and Rolfe

Pocahontas
More Pictures...
       
PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS, 1621:
THE WAMPANOAG AND PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS, 1621:
 
       

Plymouth, MA

The Mayflower

The Mayflower

Mayflower Compact
       

Plymouth Rock

The Pilgrims

Miles Standish

Samoset
       

Massasoit

John Elliot

Wampanoag Indian

Squanto
       

Going to Church

Plymouth, MA

Plymouth, MA

Thanksgiving
       

European Epidemics

Eastern Tribes

King Philip or Metacom

King Philip's War
       
WESTERN EXPANSION AND INDIAN WARS:
WESTERN EXPANSION AND INDIAN WARS:
 
       

Tecumseh

Death of Tecumseh

William H. Harrison

Corn Planter
       

Removal Act 1830

Trail of Tears

Andrew Jackson

Oscelola
       

U.S. Indian Wars

Sand Creek, 1864

Fetterman, 1866

Washita, 1868
       

Rosebud, 1876

Little Bighorn, 1876

Nez Perce, 1877

Nez Perce, 1877
       

Black Kettle

Manuelito

Red Cloud

Captain Jack
       

Sitting Bull

Chief Joseph

Quanah Parker

Geronimo
       

Sioux Indian Execution

Attack at Dawn

Pursuing Indians

Custer: The Parley
       

Hostile Camp

Little Bighorn

Indian Chiefs

Tipi
       
 
 
 

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