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Frederick Gokliz ink and watercolor drawings of Apache Indians [graphic]
1. Frederick Gokliz ink and watercolor drawings of Apache Indians [graphic]
[Man and Woman native]
2. [Man and Woman native]
Quito Costumes
3. Quito Costumes
Frank B. Mayer collection of sketchbooks, drawings, and oil paintings of Sioux Indians during the 1851
4. Frank B. Mayer collection of sketchbooks, drawings, and oil paintings of Sioux Indians during the 1851 treaty negotiations at Traverse des Sioux and Mendota, Minn.

An Assiniboin Indian and a Yanktonan Indian
5. An Assiniboin Indian and a Yanktonan Indian
C.H.S. watercolor drawings of Indians of North, South, and Central America, the West Indies, and Mexico,
6. C.H.S. watercolor drawings of Indians of North, South, and Central America, the West Indies, and Mexico, copied from various sources, ca. 1843-ca. 1850. VAULT oversize Ayer Art C.H.S.
Karl Bodmer's pencil, pen, and watercolor drawings prepared to illustrate Prince Maximilian of Wied's
7. Karl Bodmer's pencil, pen, and watercolor drawings prepared to illustrate Prince Maximilian of Wied's Travels in the interior of North America
Black Horse Ledger
8. Black Horse Ledger

Wahk-ta-Ge-Li. A Sioux Warrior
9. Wahk-ta-Ge-Li. A Sioux Warrior
Wahk-ta-Ge-Li. A Sioux Warrior
10. Wahk-ta-Ge-Li. A Sioux Warrior
Souvenir of the North American Indians as they were in the middle of the 19th century [graphic], 1852
11. Souvenir of the North American Indians as they were in the middle of the 19th century [graphic], 1852 [i.e. between 1852 and ca. 1860]
 

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