Westward Expansion and Its Impact on Native Americans

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east west Pacific railroad

East and West shaking hands at laying the last rail

machine

Machine shops at Laramie

chief

Joseph—Nez Perce, The North American Indian / Edward S. Curtis. [Seattle, Wash.] : Edward S. Curtis, 1907-30, v. 8, p. 24.

train

Supply train

windmill

Windmill at Laramie

horse

Directors of A.W.R.R. at Echo

Mormon

Mormon family

shoshone

Shoshone Indians

mining

Hydraulic mining near French Corral, Nevada County

SanFrancisco

San Francisco from Russian Hill, looking down Vallejo Street

Washoe

Washoe Indians--The Chief's Family

Yosemite

Panorama Yosemite

Captain

Captain Lewis shooting an Indian

Lewisandclark

Captain Lewis & Clark holding a council with the Indians

Alamo

Church of Alamo, San Antonio de Bexar

family

Sylvester Rawding family in front of sod house, north of Sargent, Custer County, Nebraska

Satanta

Satanta, Kioway chief

whitedog

White Dog - American Indian

Lakota

A pretty group at an Indian tent

school

Carlisle Indian School, Carlisle, Pa. Class in Government

Bring

McClintock, with Brings Down the Sun, and his wife, Bird, in ceremonial dress

westerndress

Indians in Western dress outside of wooden building

schoolchildren

Five young Indians wearing Western dress in wooden building with bunk bed

tipisnow

Tipi in snow with cabin in background

camp

Group of tipis with Indians seated and standing around large skin

buffalo

Buffalo drinking at watering hole

field

McClintock and pointing Indian male seated in field with buffalo skull between them

orchestra

Hampton Institute, Va. - Indian orchestra

railroad

The far west - shooting buffalo on the line of the Kansas-Pacific Railroad / Bghs.

Navajo

Navajo's

portrait

Shows As He Goes, half-length portrait

 

 

 

 


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