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Name Pawnee Indians

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Image of RG1025.AM - RG1025 Gilder, Robert Fletcher, 1856-1940

RG1025.AM - RG1025 Gilder, Robert Fletcher, 1856-1940

The collection contains three letters and several articles by Robert F. Gilder. Gilder wrote two of the letters to A.E. Sheldon of the Nebraska State Historical Society to discuss their archaeological research. A third letter, dated January 19, 1922, is to Eolia Marquardt of Avoca, Nebraska, in which Gilder gives an account of his scientific discoveries and research. The collection also contains several reprints of articles concerning Nebraska, Iowa, and South Dakota archaeology. Photocopies of Gilder's "The Nebraska Culture Man" are included.

Image of RG2065.PH000008-000003-1 - Negative, Glass Plate

RG2065.PH000008-000003-1 - Negative, Glass Plate

A studio portrait of White Eagle.

Image of RG2065.PH000005-000009 - Print, Photographic

RG2065.PH000005-000009 - Print, Photographic

A studio portrait Cu-Roox-Ta-Ri-Ha (Good Bear).

Image of RG2065.PH000010-000005 - Print, Photographic

RG2065.PH000010-000005 - Print, Photographic

A studio portrait of Harriett & Annie Esau.

Image of RG2065.PH000005-000031 - Print, Photographic

RG2065.PH000005-000031 - Print, Photographic

A studio portrait of a Pawnee man, maybe "Prairie Chicken".

Image of RG2065.PH000010-000006 - Print, Photographic

RG2065.PH000010-000006 - Print, Photographic

A studio portrait of Ethel Roam Chief.

Image of RG2065.PH000001-000001 - Print, Photographic

RG2065.PH000001-000001 - Print, Photographic

A number of Native Americans sitting atop several earth lodges in the Pawnee Loup Fork Village near Genoa, NE. Four dogs are visible in the photograph.

Image of RG2065.PH000001-000002 - Stereograph

RG2065.PH000001-000002 - Stereograph

A stereograph of a Pawnee earth lodge village. A crude corral is at the left and two wagons are partially visible behind it. The photo was published by Wm. H. Jackson, Omaha, Neb.

Image of RG2065.PH000001-000003 - Print, Photographic

RG2065.PH000001-000003 - Print, Photographic

A Pawnee earth lodge at Loup Fork Village near Genoa, NE.

Image of RG2065.PH000001-000004 - Print, Photographic

RG2065.PH000001-000004 - Print, Photographic

"Kit-Ka-Lahka", a Pawnee earth lodge village 1/2 mile south of Genoa, NE.

Image of RG2065.PH000001-000005 - Print, Photographic

RG2065.PH000001-000005 - Print, Photographic

The tribal leaders at the Loup Fork Pawnee Village. A group of eight Native American men and a small boy in front of a large earth lodge.

Image of RG2065.PH000001-000006 - Print, Photographic

RG2065.PH000001-000006 - Print, Photographic

The tribal leaders at the Loup Fork Pawnee Village. A group of seven Native American men in front of the entry of a large earth lodge.

Image of RG2065.PH000001-000006-2 - Print, Photographic

RG2065.PH000001-000006-2 - Print, Photographic

A stereograph with the caption: No. 217 Group of Pawnee Chiefs and Warriors. Six Native-American men are standing before the entrance of an earth lodge. One person is seated just inside the opening and is partially obscured. The photograph was published by Wm. H. Jackson, Omaha, Neb.

Image of RG2065.PH000001-000007 - Print, Photographic

RG2065.PH000001-000007 - Print, Photographic

Five Pawnee Chiefs standing in front of an earth lodge at Loup Fork Village near Genoa, NE. From left to right: Te-Rah-A-Weet (Stopped with the Horses), La-Shara-Chi-Eks (Humane Chief), Aa-Son-Oo-Cat-Tuk (Is a Dog but yet a High Chief), La-Shara-In-Ra-Ha (Good Chief), who is Head Chief, La-Sharoo-Too-How-Oo-Towy (Difficult Chief).

Image of RG2065.PH000001-000008 - Print, Photographic

RG2065.PH000001-000008 - Print, Photographic

A Pawnee couple & their five children standing in front of the entry to an earth lodge.

Image of RG2065.PH000001-000009 - Print, Photographic

RG2065.PH000001-000009 - Print, Photographic

A Pawnee woman & ten children standing in the entry to an earth lodge.

Image of RG2065.PH000001-000010 - Print, Photographic

RG2065.PH000001-000010 - Print, Photographic

Five Pawnee children at the entry to an earth lodge. Caption on back reads: Bureau of Ethnicity No. 356, Photo by Wm. H. Jackson, "Group of Children in Everyday Attire, Loup Fork Village.", Pawnee Confederation (Unclassified).

Image of RG2065.PH000001-000011 - Print, Photographic

RG2065.PH000001-000011 - Print, Photographic

Four young Pawnee women & two girls in front of an earth lodge. Two of the women are holding babies. Caption on back reads: Bureau of Ethnicity No. 359, Photo by Wm. H. Jackson, Pawnee Confederation (Unclassified).

Image of RG2065.PH000002-000002 - Print, Photographic

RG2065.PH000002-000002 - Print, Photographic

A modern school building on the Pawnee Reservation near Genoa, NE. Three Native American men on horseback and a woman in a long dress are in the foreground.

Image of RG2065.PH000001-000012 - Print, Photographic

RG2065.PH000001-000012 - Print, Photographic

Two Pawnee men & eight children at the entry of an earth lodge at Loup Fork Village. There is a large bundle of tipi poles leaning on either side of the entry to the lodge. A number of people sit atop the lodge and on a lodge in the background.