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Sun Dance skull of buffalo

Bone, Sun Dance skull of buffalo

Arapaho

Creation location: Wyoming (USA); Repository: National Museum of the American Indian (New York, New York, USA)

19th Century

creation date: 1870

painted bone, grass

Arapaho (culture or style)

Native American cultures

Native American spirituality

Sun Dance (Native American)

Bones

555918

1341015

700N

P-AR

63SBSD

Full Record: x-985352/05D113331

Diorama of Kwakwaka'wakw [Kwakiutl] house with masked dancers in winter initiation ritual

American

Exhibition location: American Museum of Natural History (New York, New York, USA)

20th Century

Architecture

Domestic interiors

Kwakwaka'wakw

Native American cultures

Native American spirituality

Exhibitions

Dioramas

140049

985352

05d113331

182

20NKW

1A R 2

*.r-digitalonly

2013-07-31 06:01:02

Full Record: x-985377/05D113355

Ceremonial room

photographer: Adam Clark Vroman (American, 1856-1916)

Creation location: Zuñi Pueblo (New Mexico, USA)

19th Century

Creation date: 1899

adobe

Architecture

Native American spirituality

Native American cultures

Bathhouse

140077

985377

05d113355

182

20SWPUZU

2CRi 3b

*.r-digitalonly

2013-07-31 06:01:10

Cosmic Mobile

Cosmic Mobile

Pueblo

Repository: Philbrook Museum of Art (Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA)

18th Century

creation date: 1740-1780

painted hide, rabbit fur, crystals, rock, potsherds, painted sticks, mica, ceremonial objects, assemblage (sculpture technique)

15.24 x 50.8 x 35.56 cm (6 x 20 x 14 inches)

Bathhouse

Native American cultures

Native American spirituality

Mobiles

555907

1341315

700N

SW-PURG

5CM

Ceremonial Midewiwin Bowl

Woodwork, ceremonial Midewiwin bowl

Mesquaki [Fox] / Sac

Repository: National Museum of the American Indian (New York, New York, USA)

19th Century

creation date: 1860

wood, carving

15.24 x 35.56 cm (6 x 14 inches)

Bowls (Vessels)

Native American spirituality

Mesquaki (Fox)

Native American cultures

550878

1341002

700N

NG-SAFO

42BCM

Full Record: x-1315748/12D000404

Promotional Image for Santa Fe Railway Advertising Department, taken at the Walpi Pueblo after the Hopi Snake Dance

photographer: William E. Kopplin (American)

Creation location: Walpi Pueblo (Arizona, USA)

19th Century

creation date: ca. 1890-1930

photography, hand coloring

Canyon de Chelly (Arizona, USA)

Western films

Native American cultures

Bathhouse

Bach, Johann Sebastian (German composer, 1685-1750)

Dance

Native American social life and customs

Native American spirituality

Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad Company

Advertisements

555645

1315748

12d000404

182

A037-NA

8EM

270104

2012-11-25 08:51:16

Booger Mask

Booger Mask; Mask (Costume)

Cherokee

Creation location: North Carolina (USA); Repository: National Museum of the American Indian (New York, New York, USA)

20th Century

creation date: 1925

wood

height: 10.5 inches (26.67 cm)

Cherokee (culture or style)

Native American cultures

Native American spirituality

Masks (Costume)

555935

1341248

700N

S-CHE

41BNY

Full Record: x-985276/05D113310

Inipi, or Sioux purification lodge

Dakota [Eastern Sioux] / Lakota [Western Sioux] / Nakota [Sioux]

Dakota (Eastern Sioux)

Lakota (Western Sioux)

Nakota (Sioux)

Native American cultures

Native American spirituality

Architecture

Diagrams

Lodges (Native American structures)

140059

985276

05d113310

182

20PSI

2SL P 2

*.r-digitalonly

2013-07-31 06:00:45

Swaihwe Mask (full)

Sqelix'u [Central Coast Salish]

Dance

Native American spirituality

Sqelix'u

Native American cultures

Masks (Costume)

222516

721409

700N

N-CO

86D

The Mountain Chant

sand painter: Hosteen Besody (Dine'e [Navajo], 20th c.)

Repository: Taylor Museum (Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA)

20th Century

Creation date: 1902

sand

Sand painting

40 x 36 in.

Dine'e (Navajo)

Native American cultures

Native American spirituality

Sand paintings

203337

926233

382

B556

99MC

Full Record: x-984097/05D100268

Yeibechai Weaving

Dine'e [Navajo]

weaving

Dine'e (Navajo)

Native American cultures

Native American spirituality

Weaving

Textiles

222764

984097

05d100268

700N

SW-NA

84TYBB

*.r

2012-11-25 04:41:29

Full Record: x-984103/05D100274

Yeibichai Blue Bird Dancer Rug

Dine'e [Navajo]

weaving

Dine'e (Navajo)

Native American cultures

Weaving

Native American spirituality

Rugs

222746

984103

05d100274

700N

SW-NA

84RYD

*.r

2012-11-25 04:41:29

Full Record: x-984096/05D100267

Yeibichai Weaving

Dine'e [Navajo]

weaving

Dine'e (Navajo)

Native American cultures

Weaving

Native American spirituality

Textiles

222763

984096

05d100267

700N

SW-NA

84TYB

*.r

2012-11-25 04:41:28

Full Record: x-984098/05D100269

Yeibichai Weaving

Dine'e [Navajo]

weaving

Dine'e (Navajo)

Native American cultures

Weaving

Native American spirituality

Textiles

222765

984098

05d100269

700N

SW-NA

84TYBC

*.r

2012-11-25 04:41:29

Full Record: x-984099/05D100270

Yeibichai Weaving

Dine'e [Navajo]

weaving

Dine'e (Navajo)

Native American cultures

Weaving

Native American spirituality

Textiles

222766

984099

05d100270

700N

SW-NA

84TYD

*.r

2012-11-25 04:41:29

Full Record: x-1293703/07D123482

Woman with Roses (Lisa Fonssagrives-Penn in Lafaurie Dress), Paris

photographer: Irving Penn (American, 1917-)

Repository: National Gallery of Art (Washington, District of Columbia, USA) ID: 2002.119.48

Creation date: 1950, Print date: 1977

platinum/palladium print on Bienfang mounted on aluminum

55.1x37 cm (21.69x14.57 inches)

Female portraits

Portrait photography

Roses

Fashion

Native American spirituality

540839

1293703

07d123482

982P

P412

6LF

*.digitalonly

220487

2012-11-25 07:22:28

Guardian from Medicine Man's Grave

Woodwork, guardian from medicine man's grave

Tlingit

Creation location: Alaska (USA); Repository: Thomas Burke Memorial Washington State Museum (Seattle, Washington, USA)

creation date: before 1910

diseased wood or fungus, carving

height: 22 inches (55.88 cm)

Figures (Representations)

Grave goods

Native American cultures

Native American spirituality

550688

1340913

700N

N-TL

42GMM

cop. 2

Guardian from Medicine Man's Grave

Woodwork, guardian from medicine man's grave

Tlingit

Creation location: Alaska (USA); Repository: Thomas Burke Memorial Washington State Museum (Seattle, Washington, USA)

creation date: before 1910

diseased wood or fungus, carving

height: 22 inches (55.88 cm)

Figures (Representations)

Grave goods

Native American cultures

Native American spirituality

550688

1340912

700N

N-TL

42GMM

Shaman's Hat

Quillwork, shaman's hat

Tlingit

Repository: Field Museum of Natural History (Chicago, Illinois, USA)

19th Century

creation date: 1850-1900

quills (spines), quillwork

height: 9 inches (22.86 cm)

Hats

Native American cultures

Native American spirituality

550695

1340920

700N

N-TL

54HS

Full Record: x-980065/05D106160

Salaka Mana Kachina

Hopi

Repository: Museum of New Mexico (Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA)

20th Century

creation date: early 1900s

paint, wood, painting (coating)

Painted wood

H. 34 cm.

Hopi (culture or style)

Native American cultures

Native American spirituality

Kachina dolls

Southwest (U.S.)

222671

980065

05d106160

700N

SW-HO

42KA

*.r

2012-11-25 04:49:53

Apache Fire Dance

painter: Alfred Momaday (Ka'i gwu [Kiowa], 1913-1981)

Repository: Philbrook Museum of Art (Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA)

20th Century

Creation date: 1955

tempera, painting (image-making)

Painting; Tempera

Ka'i gwu (Kiowa)

Native American cultures

Dancers

Native American spirituality

244303

941558

INT

M732

1955-AFD

Oklahoma War Dancers

painter: Acee Blue Eagle (Muskogee / Kitikiti'sh [Wichita] / Chahiksichahiks [Pawnee], 1907-1959)

Repository: Philbrook Museum of Art (Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA)

20th Century

Creation date: 1951

watercolor on paper, painting (image-making)

Painting, Watercolor

Kitikiti'sh (Wichita)

Chahiksichahiks (Pawnee)

Native American cultures

Dancers

Native American spirituality

Watercolors (paintings)

240092

939971

INT

B658

1951-OWD

Dzonokwa Figure with Outstretched Arms

Kwakwaka'wakw [Kwakiutl]

wood

Kwakwaka'wakw

Native American cultures

Native American spirituality

Figures (Representations)

222541

721426

700N

N-KW

42DOA

Full Record: x-984946/05D113387

Buffalo Dreamer Performance

draftsman: Sitting Bull (Hunkpapa, 1831-1890)

Repository: (Mr. and Mrs. Eugene) Thaw Collection (Cooperstown, New York, USA)

19th Century

creation date: ca. 1880-1881

ledger book, drawing (image-making)

Paper, ink, and pencil

26.16 x 41.91 cm (10.3 x 16.5 inches)

Ledgers (account book)

Blériot, Louis, 1872-1936

Hunkpapa (Sioux)

Native American cultures

Native American spirituality

555824

984946

05d113387

382d

19PSI

43BHC 5

*.r-digitalonly

2012-11-25 05:05:38

Spirit Mask

Mask, spirit mask

Tlingit

Creation location: Point Lena (Alaska, USA); Repository: National Museum of the American Indian (New York, New York, USA)

19th Century

creation date: 1875

wood, carving, painting (coating)

length: 13 inches (33.02 cm)

Masks (Costume)

Native American cultures

Native American spirituality

550684

1340907

700N

N-TL

41S

Ceremonial Mosquito Mask

Mask, ceremonial mosquito mask

Tlingit

Creation location: Alaska (USA); Repository: National Museum of the American Indian (New York, New York, USA)

19th Century

creation date: 1860s

copper, hammering, incising, inlay (process)

21.59 x 35.56 cm (8.5 x 14 inches)

Masks (Costume)

Native American cultures

Native American spirituality

550682

1340905

700N

N-TL

41CM

cop. 2

Ceremonial Mosquito Mask

Mask, ceremonial mosquito mask

Tlingit

Creation location: Alaska (USA); Repository: National Museum of the American Indian (New York, New York, USA)

19th Century

creation date: 1860s

copper, hammering, incising, inlay (process)

21.59 x 35.56 cm (8.5 x 14 inches)

Masks (Costume)

Native American cultures

Native American spirituality

550682

1340904

700N

N-TL

41CM

Spirit of Brown Bear Mask

Mask, spirit of brown bear

Tlingit

Creation location: Alaska (USA); Repository: National Museum of the American Indian (New York, New York, USA)

19th Century

creation date: 1875

wood, carving

17.78 x 29.21 cm (7 x 11.5 inches)

Masks (Costume)

Native American cultures

Native American spirituality

550681

1340903

700N

N-TL

41BBS

Whirlwind Mask

Mask, Whirlwind Mask

Cayuga

Creation location: New York (USA); Repository: National Museum of the American Indian (New York, New York, USA)

20th Century

creation date: 1900

wood, carving

height: 10.5 inches (26.67 cm)

Masks (Costume)

Native American cultures

Native American spirituality

550755

1340970

700N

NG-CAY

41WNY

False Face Society Mask

Mask, False Face Society Mask

Cayuga

Creation location: New York (USA); Repository: National Museum of the American Indian (New York, New York, USA)

19th Century

creation date: 1860

wood, carving

length: 11.5 inches (29.21 cm)

Masks (Costume)

Native American cultures

Native American spirituality

550754

1340969

700N

NG-CAY

41FFS

"Solid Face" Mask

Mask, "Solid Face" mask

Lenape [Delaware]

Repository: National Museum of the American Indian (New York, New York, USA)

19th Century

creation date: 1890s

wood, carving, painting (coating)

length: 28 inches (71.12 cm)

Masks (Costume)

Native American cultures

Native American spirituality

550891

1341008

700N

NGP-DE

41SF

Harvest Mask

Mask, harvest mask

Onondaga

Repository: National Museum of the American Indian (New York, New York, USA)

19th Century

creation date: ca. 1875

basswood, feathers, corn husk, carving

length: 34 inches (86.36 cm)

Masks (Costume)

Native American spirituality

Onondaga (culture or style)

Haudenosaunee (Iroquois)

Native American cultures

550867

1340997

700N

NG-ONO

41HNY

False Face Society Mask

Mask, False Face Society mask

Onondaga

Creation location: New York (USA); Repository: National Museum of the American Indian (New York, New York, USA)

19th Century

creation date: 1860

basswood, carving

length: 34 inches (86.36 cm)

Masks (Costume)

Native American spirituality

Onondaga (culture or style)

Haudenosaunee (Iroquois)

Native American cultures

550865

1340996

700N

NG-ONO

41FFS

Miniature False Face Medicine Masks

Mask, miniature false face medicine masks

Seneca

Repository: National Museum of the American Indian (New York, New York, USA)

20th Century

creation date: 1915-1920

wood, carving, painting (image-making)

length: 4.5 inches (11.43 cm)

Masks (Costume)

Native American spirituality

Seneca (culture or style)

Haudenosaunee (Iroquois)

Native American cultures

550882

1341005

700N

NG-SEN

41FFM

Mask

Mask. c. 1875-1900

Yup'ik [South/West Alaska Eskimo]

Creation location: Kuskokwim River (Alaska, USA); Repository: Cranbrook Institute of Science (Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, USA)

creation date: ca. 1875-1900

wood, carving

height: 11 inches, height: 27.94 cm

Masks (Costume)

Native American spirituality

Yup'ik (South/West Alaska Eskimo)

Native American cultures

550622

1340888

700N

E-E

41BH

False Face Mask

Mask, false face mask

Seneca

Creation location: New York (USA); Repository: Denver Art Museum (Denver, Colorado, USA)

early 20th Century

wood, carving

length: 10 inches (25.4 cm)

Masks (Costume)

Seneca (culture or style)

Haudenosaunee (Iroquois)

Native American cultures

Native American spirituality

550880

1341003

700N

NG-SEN

41FF

False Face Mask

Mask, false face mask

Seneca

Creation location: New York (USA); Repository: Denver Art Museum (Denver, Colorado, USA)

early 20th Century

wood, carving

length: 10 inches (25.4 cm)

Masks (Costume)

Seneca (culture or style)

Haudenosaunee (Iroquois)

Native American cultures

Native American spirituality

550880

1341004

700N

NG-SEN

41FF

cop. 2

Shaman's Rattle

Musical instrument, shaman's rattle

Haida

Creation location: Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia (Canada); Repository: National Museum of the American Indian (New York, New York, USA)

19th Century

creation date: 1890

cedar, carving, painting (coating)

length: 13 inches (33.02 cm)

Musical instruments

Carvings (visual works)

Shamans

Rattles

Native American cultures

Native American spirituality

550648

1340898

700N

N-H

69RS

Ceremonial Figure

Woodwork, ceremonial figure

Wasco

Repository: Field Museum of Natural History (Chicago, Illinois, USA)

19th Century

creation date: 1800-1850

height: 12 inches (30.48 cm)

Native American cultures

Native American spirituality

Ceremonial objects

555931

1341053

700N

P-WA

42FC

Image of Sacred Guardian

Woodwork, image of Sacred Guardian

Dakota [Eastern Sioux] / Lakota [Western Sioux] / Nakota [Sioux]

Repository: Field Museum of Natural History (Chicago, Illinois, USA)

19th Century

creation date: ca. 1850

wood

Native American cultures

Native American spirituality

Effigies

555925

1341045

700N

P-SI

42SG

Kachinas

Zuñi Pueblo

Creation location: Zuñi Pueblo (New Mexico, USA); Repository: Museum fur Volkerkunde (Vienna, Vienna, Austria)

early 20th Century

Wood, feathers, cotton, leather, and shells

height: 39 cm (15.35 inches)

Native American cultures

Native American spirituality

Kachina dolls

222782

922968

700N

SW-PUZU

5KAD

Kachinas

awen-noshok we-a (left), tam-tam kushokta (right)

Zuñi Pueblo

Creation location: Zuñi Pueblo (New Mexico, USA); Repository: Brooklyn Museum of Art (Brooklyn, New York, USA)

20th Century

Creation date: ca. 1903

wood, pigment, hair, fur, hide, feather, cotton (textile), yucca fibers, tin

Wood, pigments, hair, fur hide, cotton feathers, yucca, tin

20 x 6.5 in. (left); 19 x 6 in. (right)

Native American cultures

Native American spirituality

Kachina dolls

222783

721497

700N

SW-PUZU

5KD

Woman's Headdress

Woman's Headdress

Zuñi Pueblo

Creation location: Zuñi Pueblo (New Mexico, USA); Repository: National Museum of the American Indian (New York, New York, USA)

20th Century

creation date: 1900

wood, feathers

Native American cultures

Native American spirituality

Masks (Costume)

555911

1341320

700N

SW-PUZU

42HW

Full Record: x-980055/05D106150

Shaman's Mask

Tlingit

Repository: Field Museum of Natural History (Chicago, Illinois, USA)

20th Century

Creation date: ca. 1900

wood

Painted wood and metal

7 x 10.5 cm (2.76 x 4.13 inches)

Native American cultures

Native American spirituality

Masks (Costume)

222551

980055

05d106150

700N

N-TL

41CSM

*.r

2012-11-25 04:49:52

Bear Mother

Haida

Repository: American Museum of Natural History (New York, New York, USA)

argillite, carving

Carved argillite

height: 24.2 cm (9.53 inches)

Native American cultures

Native American spirituality

Sculptures (visual works)

222518

808510

700N

N-H

22BMN

Simulated War Dance

Yankton [Sioux]; photographer: A. Zeno Schindler (American)

19th Century

creation date: Feb 17-Apr 18, 1867

Native American cultures

Yankton (Sioux)

Native American social life and customs

Native American spirituality

Dance

555566

728033

982P

S557

75WD

Feast Bowl

Yankton [Sioux]

Creation location: possibly Minnesota or North Dakota (USA); Repository: Chandler-Pohrt Collection, Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, Michigan, USA)

19th Century

Creation date: ca. 1850

wood, brass tacks, carving

Maple burl, brass tacks

18.42 x 39.37 cm (7.25 x 15.5 inches), length: 17.25 inches (43.82 cm)

Native American spirituality

Bowls (Vessels)

222644

829842

700N

P-SI

42BF

Full Record: x-998797/06D114070

The Blue Mother Earth and the Black Father Sky (replica of a sand painting)

from the Male Shootingway ceremony

Dine'e [Navajo]

Creation location: Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian (Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA)

20th Century

Creation date: 1920

gouache, illustration board, painting (image-making)

Gouache on illustration board

29 x 22 in.

Native American spirituality

Dine'e (Navajo)

Native American cultures

Sand paintings

222768

998797

06d114070

700N

SW-NA

9PBM

*.r

210588

2012-11-25 05:28:31

Full Record: x-808489/13D000105

Buckskin Painting

Ghost Dance Buckskin Painting

Cheyenne, painted by Yellow Nose, a southern Ute

draftsman: Yellow Nose (Tse-tsehese-staestse [Cheyenne], 1852-1914)

Repository: National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) (Washington, District of Columbia, USA)

19th Century

creation date: 1800-1899

buckskin, ink, tanning, painting (image-making)

Buckskin, painted with colored inks

129.22 x 101.6 cm (50.875 x 40 inches)

Native American spirituality

Ghost Dance (Native American)

Cheyenne Indians

Hides and skins

222626

808489

13d000105

700N

P-CH

9PGD

280031

2013-03-13 06:00:04

Ghost Dance Dress

Arapaho

Repository: Chandler-Pohrt Collection, Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, Michigan, USA)

19th Century

Creation date: ca. 1890

buckskin, feather, sewing, tanning, painting (image-making)

Native American spirituality

Ghost Dance (Native American)

Clothing

Dresses

222604

815706

700N

P-AR

82DG