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1889 Arizona: Moqui Indian Snake Dance. Hand colored engraving from Harper's Weekly. Shows a group of Moqui Indians dancing with snakes, while others look on.
16x22 in. $150
1876 American Indian Dance: Self Torture. Hand colored engraving from Harper's Weekly, titled "Indian Sun Dance: Young Bucks Proving their Endurance by Self-Torture." Young Native American men are shown with large hooks pierced through their chests. The hooks are attached to ropes, which are tied to the tops of tall wooden poles. A crowd watches as they dance around the poles, trying to break free.
16x22 in. $120
1873 Oregon Modoc Indian War Scene. Hand colored engraving from Harper's Weekly, titled "The Modocs in their Stronghold." Five Modoc Indians are shown, peering over a rocky ledge with rifles.
11x16 in. $50
121indn: 1878 Indians on the Missouri River. Hand colored engraving from Harper's Weekly, titled "Ree Indians Crossing the Missouri River in Bull Boats." Shows a group of Indians paddling their small boats across the river by moonlight. 11x16 in. $60
1890: Indians Leave Reservation Illegally. Hand colored engraving from the Illustrated London News, titled "Excitement Among North American Indians: Interview with Indians Who Have Left their Reserves Without Leave." Shows a group of Indians in traditional dress being questioned by representatives of the United States government.
11x16 in. $60
1886 Farny Scene: American Indian War. Hand colored engraving by H.F. Farny, titled, "The Prisoner." Shows an American soldier tied to the ground next to an Indian encampment, while an armed sentinel sits nearby.
11x16 in. $60
1896 Remington View: Oklahoma Indians. Hand colored, halftone engraving by Frederick Remington, from Harper's Weekly. Title is "Paying the Indians for the Cherokee Strip: Scenes Around the Government Paymaster's Quarters." Temporary booths have been set up by white salespeople, advertising numerous products, services and get-rich-quick schemes. Indians in the area are being accosted in an effort to convince them to spend their newly acquired money. 11x16 in. $80
1883 Indians at Standing Rock North Dakota. Hand colored engraving by H.F. Farny, from Harper's Weekly. Title is "Ration Day at Standing Rock Agency." Many Indians are shown gathered by the agency, waiting to obtain their rations.
11x16 in. $150
1883 Old West: Dance of Crow Indians. Hand colored engraving by H.F. Farny, from Harper's Weekly. Title is "A Dance of Crow Indians." Shows a group of Indians in traditional dress, dancing in front of a crowd of spectators at night. In the background, a train is passing by. 11x16 in. $80
1887 In The Lodges of the Blackfeet Indians. Remington Native American Indian print. size: 11x16 in. $50
1873 Modoc Indians at War. This hand colored, wood engraved print is from the May 3, 1873 issue of Harper's Weekly. The print is titled "The Modocs in their Stronghold." It shows a group of Modoc Indians with rifles, lying in wait behind some large rocks. This print is in excellent condition. size: 11x16 in. $60
1873 A buffalo Herd in Sight. This hand colored engraving is from the front page of the March 22,1873 edition of Harper's Weekly. An Indian stands atop a bluff, waving a signal to his tribe the he has spotted a herd size: 11x16 in. $60
1847 "Dance to the Giant". Indians in ceremonial dress dancing around a fire in a tipi, by General Seth Eastman, artist of the American Frontier. Hand colored steel engraving.
9x12 in. $80
RARE Antique Modoc Indian War Scene. Hand colored engraving from the August 17, issue of Harper's Weekly, titled "The Battle of Birch Creek." Shows a scene behind the U.S. Army lines, where dead and wounded soldiers are being cared for. In the distance, a line of cavalry is charging towards the Indians' stronghold.
11x16 in. $50
RARE Antique Remington: Oklahoma Indians. Beautiful, detailed engraving by Frederick Remington, from the April 6, 1889 issue of Harper's Weekly. Title of the scene is "Cheyenne Scouts Patrolling the Big Timber of the North Canadian, Oklahoma." Shows two Indian scouts on horseback, riding through the woods. This item is in excellent condition. It is a wonderful example of a very rare work by Remington!
16x22 in. $300
1890 Farny Print: Indian Dance, New Mexico. This hand colored, wood-engraved print was drawn by H.F. Farny, and published in the June 7, 1890 issue of Harper's Weekly. The print is titled "Indian 'Tablet Dance' at Santo Domingo, New Mexico." It shows a group of Native Americans performing the dance, wearing traditional clothing. This print is in
Size is 16x22 in. $150
1887: Indians, Cowboys in Winter. Hand colored engraving by H.F. Farny, from Harper's Weekly. Title is "Suspicious Guests." Shows a group of cowboys gathered around a campfire, watching warily as an Indian approaches them.
16x22 in. $150
1885: Indian Warfare-The Attack on the Village. This hand colored engraving shows an Indian village being attacked by U.S. Cavalry soldiers. This genuine antique print is from the October, 1885 edition of Harper's Weekly. 11x16 in. $50
Beautiful hand colored engraving from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper dated March 15, 1884. Page caption reads, Educating the Indians, - Scenes at the Government Training School at Carlisle, PA. Ten images showing different scenes from the school. size: 11x16 in. $150
January 18, 1879 issue of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. Four hand colored engravings on one page titled, Virginia - Civilizing the Red Men - The Government School for the Education of Indian Youth at Hampton. 11x16 in. $50
Red River Expedition in North America. Two hand colored engravings from the June 4, 1870 issue of The Illustrated London News. Upper image of The Prairie Crees. Lower image titled, Ojibways of Red River. Small tear on lower right side has been archivally repaired.
16x11 in. $60
1868 Black and white copper engraved Indian Tribe U.S. Map titled, "Carte des Tribus Indiennes Al'Ouest Du Mississippi."
12 x 8 in. $60
1850 Black and white steel engraved North American Indian Map with all the tribes listed. Titled, "Ethnographical Map of the Indian Tribes of the United States."
12-1/2 x 10-1/2 in. $80
Rare Sketch of the Public Surveys in Iowa Territory, 1845 - A rare grid map locating regions reserved for the Sioux and Winnebago Indians and the 'Neutral Ground' buffer zone. Shows Forts Atkinson and Crawford. Locates Raccoon Agency on a branch of the Des Moines River. Lower left is the Nation of the united Chippewa, Ottawa and Pottawatomie Indians. Locastes Iowa City, Fairfield and Keokuck. Published by The General Land Office, Washington D. C. Condition: Good, small left margin damaged, multiple vertical folds with some yellowing and normal browning on the edges.
size 12.5 x 14 image
Language Map of Native Americans (1911) in Canada, East US, and Mid-West. “Distribution and Interrelation of the Algonquin Dialects.” By Swanton & Michelson. Half-tone engraving printed in color.
17 x 20 5/8 $80
1851 Black and white copper engraved Indian Tribe map of tyhe mid-United States showing the Boundaries of the Ojibwa, Menomonee, Winnebago, and Dacotah Tribes of Indians.
13 x 10-1/2 in. $60
Dacotah and Ojibwa boundary. Also, Menomonee and Winnebago. c.1850 by Seth Eastman from Schoolcraft’s History. Hand colored engraving.
9 ½ x 13 $90
Very nice copper engraving published c1790. Upper image captioned, A Man and Woman of the Chipeways to the eastward of the Missisippi in North America. Lower image captioned, A Man and Woman of the Nawdowessies to the westward of the Missisippi in North America. Two small repairs in the left margain, does not disrupt the image.
15x8.5 in. $120
The Car Among the Wigwams: A Novelty in an Indian Camp in Canada. Hand colored half tone from the February 29, 1908 issue of The Illustrated London News.
11x15.5 in. $50
1873 "The Rev. Dr. Thomas" and "The Modocs - Murder Of General Canby And The Rev. Dr. Thomas." Two wood engravings with text published in Harper's Weekly on May 3, 1873. 11x16in. $30
1873 Our Indian Allies In The Modoc War - Wood engravings and text published in Harper's Weekly, A Journal Of Civilization, on June 14, 1873 Pictures depict Donald M'Kay, The Lava Bed Region, and A Group of Warm Spring Indians.
1873 The Modoc War Region - Five wood engravings depicting scenes in the Modoc war region, with text, published in Harper's Weekly on June 14, 1873. 11x16in. $30
1873 Funeral Of The Late General Canby - The Body Lying In State - Photographed By Buchtel & Stolte, Portland, Oregon; AND Funeral Of The Late General Canby - Armory Hall Where The Body Lay In State - Photographed By Buchtel & Stolte, Portland, Oregon. Two wood engravings plus text published in Harper's Weekly on May 24, 1873. Small tear in top left-hand corner. 11x16in. $40
1873 Modocs Scalping And Torturing Prisoners AND The Late Captain Evan Thomas AND The Late Lieutenant Albion Howe AND The Modoc War - Soldiers Recovering The Bodies Of The Slain. Wood engravings with text published in Harper's Weekly on May 17, 1873. 16x22in. $30
1873 The Modocs - Murder Of General Canby. Hand colored wood engraving published in Harper's Weekly on June 28, 1873 depicts a man pointing a pistol at General Canby as the general's hand is outstretched as he tries to stop this occurence, as many other people watch on. 10.5x15in. $80
1873 Oregon - The Modoc War - Bringing Back To Camp The U.S. Soldiers In The Ambuscade In The Lava-Beds AND Oregon - An Indian Rendezvous - Cape Horn, On The Columbia River. Wood engravings with text published in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
1873 The Modoc Trial - The Warm Spring Indians - From A Photograph By C.F. Watkins, of San Francisco, California. Large wood engraving with wrap-around text facing other direction, published in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper on July 26, 1873. Picture depicts a large group of Modoc indians on their horses, all standing in a line.
1873 The Modoc War - Captain Jack's Cave In The Lava Beds. Wood engraving with text published in Harper's Weekly, A Journal Of Civilization on June 28, 1873. Vol. XVIL - No. 861.
1873 Modoc Brave Lying In Wait For A Shot AND On The Look-Out For An Attack On A Picket Station AND Modoc Squaws AND Captain Jack's Late Stronghold AND Warm Spring Indians Scouting. Five wood engravings with text, titled "Pictures From The Lava Beds - From Photographs By Muybridge, Furnished By The Courtesy of Bradley & Rulofson, San Francisco," published in Harper's Weekly on June 21, 1873. 11x16in. $30
View of the 1683 Wm. Penn's Treaty With the Indians. Beautiful Philadelphia chromolithograph by Kurz & Allison, c.1890.
28 x 22 in. $350
1887 Around Behring's Straits - Drawn From Photographs By Harry Fenn. Eleven hand colored wood engravings on one page published in Harper's Weekly on February 12, 1887. Each scene captioned as follows: Old Russion Church, S'Michaels; Woman Of Point Barrow; Indian Oomlak, Wood Frame Covered With Walrus Hide; Oomalik Chief, Point-Hope; Fur Seals at St. Paul's Island; Dog sled, Indian Point, Siberia; Indian Summer Rendezvous at Sheshalik Kotzebue Sound; Native Houses, Plover Bay, Siberia, Covered With Walrus Hide; House of Point Hobe, Oomatik; Skin Covered Fishing Canoes; and Natives At Sheshalik Kotzebue Sound.
1879 Shooting Cattle At Standing Rock Indian Agency - Drawn By W.A. Rogers. Hand colored wood engraving published in Harper's Weekly on February 22, 1879. Scene depicts a group of indians shooting cattle in a pen in the background, and in the foreground, indians tending to their families.
1873 Double-page hand colored wood engraving featured in The Illustrated London News titled, "The Lava Beds, Lake Tule, California, The Scene of the Modoc Indian War."
22 x 16 in. $180
1875 Color lithograph titled, "Toro-Mucho, Chief of a Band of Kioways," from the Colorado Exploring Expedition.
11 x 9 in. $120
1875 Hand colored lithograph titled, "Chemehuevis," from the Colorado Exploring Expedition.
11 x 9 in. $120
c1900 Print: Indians Stalk Antelope. Original Harper's Weekly. (c1900) Stalking Antelope. Color: Black and White. Type: Half Tone.
Size: 11x16 in. $40
1889 Wood engraving titled, "Cheyenne Scouts Patrolling the Big Timber of the North Canadian, Oklahoma." This is one of Frederic Remington's best engravings.
23 x 16-1/2 in. $300
1835 Very Rare - “A Reconnoisance of the Minnay Sotor Watapah, or St. Peter’s Rivers, to its sources. With points of interest, topography, and both Indian and French terms.”
Very rare engraving.
41”w x 22.5”t $950
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