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    • Buy war bonds! More tomahawks for our united warriors

    • Fund raising; Indians of North America--New Mexico--Santa Fe Region; Patriotism; Savings bonds--United States; Savings stamps--United States; United States Indian School (Santa Fe, N.M.); War posters, American; World War, 1939-1945--Posters--United...
    • Three separate color posters on one sheet that were created by Native American students during World War II. Printed above the posters is a caption that provides background on the efforts of student artists across the country and, in particular, of...
    • Stum-Ma-Nu, a Flat-head boy

    • Engraving, American--19th century; Illustration of books--United States--19th century; Indians of North America--Portraits; Lithography, American--19th century;
    • Lithograph titled Stum-Ma-Nu, a Flat-head boy by John T. Bowen after a portrait painted by Charles Bird King from the book titled History of the Indian tribes of North America, with biographical sketches and anecdotes of the principal chiefs,...
    • John Ridge, a Cherokee

    • Cherokee Indians; Engraving, American--19th century; Illustration of books--United States--19th century; Indians of North America--Portraits; Lithography, American--19th century; Ridge, John, 1803-1839--Portraits;
    • Lithograph titled John Ridge, a Cherokee by John T. Bowen after a portrait painted by Charles Bird King from the book titled History of the Indian tribes of North America, with biographical sketches and anecdotes of the principal chiefs, written by...
    • Tai-O-Mah, a Musquakee brave

    • Engraving, American--19th century; Illustration of books--United States--19th century; Indians of North America--Portraits; Lithography, American--19th century;
    • Lithograph titled Tai-O-Mah, a Musquakee brave by John T. Bowen after a portrait painted by Charles Bird King from the book titled History of the Indian tribes of North America, with biographical sketches and anecdotes of the principal chiefs,...
    • Crossing the Bitter Root (plate XXXVI)

    • Bitterroot River (Mont.)--Pictorial works; Chromolithography--19th century; Illustration of books--United States--19th century; Indians of North America--West (U.S.)--Pictorial works; Lithography, American--19th century; Stevens, Isaac Ingalls,...
    • Chromolithograph titled Crossing the Bitter Root (a river) by Julius Bien after an illustration by John Mix Stanley from the book titled Reports of explorations and surveys, to ascertain the most practicable and economical route for a railroad...
    • [Awaiting the return of Mr. Tinkham] (plate XXXIV)

    • Chromolithography--19th century; Illustration of books--United States--19th century; Indians of North America--West (U.S.)--Pictorial works; Lithography, American--19th century;
    • Chromolithograph, untitled here but in a later edition titled Awaiting the return of Mr. Tinkham, by Julius Bien after an illustration by John Mix Stanley from the book titled Reports of explorations and surveys, to ascertain the most practicable...
    • Fort Okinakane (plate XXXVII)

    • Chromolithography--19th century; Fortification--Northwest, Pacific--Pictorial works; Illustration of books--United States--19th century; Indians of North America--West (U.S.)--Pictorial works; Lithography, American--19th century;
    • Chromolithograph titled Fort Okinakane by Sarony, Major & Knapp Lith. after an illustration by John Mix Stanley from the book titled Reports of explorations and surveys, to ascertain the most practicable and economical route for a railroad from the...
    • Maryland Indians

    • Artists--Maryland--Baltimore; Drawing; United States. Works Projects Administration; United States. Works Progress Administration; Writers' Program (U.S.); Indians of North America--Maryland;
    • Pen and ink and crayon drawing by Aaron Sopher of Native Americans in Maryland. The drawing is composed of four scenes depicting Native Americans engaged in various activities: hunting with a bow and arrow (far left); working in the fields with...
    • Indians

    • Artists--Maryland--Baltimore; Drawing; United States. Works Projects Administration; United States. Works Progress Administration; Writers' Program (U.S.); Indians of North America;
    • Pen and ink drawing by Aaron Sopher of a Native American man doing some form of agricultural labor. In the background of the drawing, a Native American woman with an infant strapped to her back is shown working in the fields. The drawing was...
    • Untitled drawing for the Baltimore Almanac

    • Artists--Maryland--Baltimore; Drawing; United States. Works Projects Administration; United States. Works Progress Administration; Writers' Program (U.S.); Indians of North America;
    • Pen and ink drawing by Aaron Sopher of two Native Americans. In the foreground, a Native American man is shown wearing 18th century American dress- a long coat, a vest, breeches, stockings, and heeled shoes. In one hand, he holds a walking stick or...
    • Untitled drawing for the Baltimore Almanac

    • Artists--Maryland--Baltimore; Drawing; United States. Works Projects Administration; United States. Works Progress Administration; Writers' Program (U.S.); Indians of North America;
    • Pen and ink drawing by Aaron Sopher of two men facing each other. The scene takes place inside a room. On the left, a tall Native American man is shown standing in profile with his arms crossed. He wears feathers in his cropped hair, a coat with a...
    • "Oh-Sha-Na-See" and the bivalve

    • Artists--Maryland--Baltimore; Drawing; United States. Works Projects Administration; United States. Works Progress Administration; Writers' Program (U.S.); Indians of North America;
    • Pen and ink drawing by Aaron Sopher of a Native American man who has just stepped on a clam or some other type of bivalve. The man grimaces in pain and grasps his foot in his hand. He wears a single feather in his hair. The drawing is marked as...
    • Untitled drawing for the Baltimore Almanac

    • Sopher, Aaron, 1905-1972; Artists--Maryland--Baltimore; Drawing; United States. Works Projects Administration.; Writers' Program (U.S.); Indians of North America;
    • Pen and ink drawing by Aaron Sopher of two Native Americans. In the foreground, a Native American man is shown wearing 18th century American dress- a long coat, a vest, breeches, stockings, and heeled shoes. In one hand, he holds a walking stick or...

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