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REPUBLICAN CONVENTION, 1854.
The first Republican convention, held outdoors at Jackson, Michigan, on 6 July 1854. Contemporary American line engraving.
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FIRST BANK OF U.S., 1799.
The First Bank of the United States, in Third Street, Philadelphia: colored line engraving, 1799, by William Birch & Son.
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0174524
NORTHWEST COAST NATIVE ART.
Carved wooden figure of a man with a frog, possibly a decoration from a ceremonial rattle, Tsimshian or Kwakiutl, from British Columbia, Canada.
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KOSKIMO MAN, 1914.
Yakotlus, a Koskimo Native American man from Quatsino Sound, on the northwest coast of Vancouver Island, British Colubmia, Canada. Photographed by Edward S. Curtis, 1914.
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0183926
KWAKIUTL WOMAN, 1914.
The daughter of a Nakoaktok chief on the coast of British Columbia, Canada, seated on a blanket-covered board and wearing a cedar bark cape, a hat made of woven shreds of spruce roots, and a nose ring made of abalone shell. Photographed by Edward S. Curtis, 1914.
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0175260
KWAKIUTL MASK.
Carved wooden mask with fur representing Tsonoqua, the Wild Woman of the Woods. Kwakiutl, from British Columbia, Canada.
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0233643
MILITARY.
German Democratic Republic Foundation of the People's National Army a young member of the first regiment of the PNA in Oranienburg is being congratulated on his swearing-in by an officer - - 30.04.1956.
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0166943
SOUTH AFRICA.
First congress of the National Democratic People's Movement, a predecessor organization of the African National Congress, in Bloemfontein. Photograph, 15.06.1912. Full credit: Archiv Gerstenberg - ullstein / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0174448
TSIMSHIAN BOWL.
Carved wooden bowl in the form of a beaver, Tsimshian, from British Columbia, Canada.
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0173217
VERNER: MICMAC HUTS.
Huts of Micmac Native Americans of eastern Canada. Graphite and watercolor on paper, 1876, by Frederick Arthur Verner.
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0173018
VERNER: CANOE ON RIVER.
Two Native Americans paddling a canoe in the Canadian wilderness. Graphite and watercolor on paper, 1899, by Frederick Arthur Verner.
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0025446
TSIMSHIAN ART.
Tsimshian Shaman charm of bone from British Columbia, Canada.
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0323528
EDWARD VIII (1894-1972).
King of England, 1936. Photographed wearing a costume of the Stoney Cree First Nation group during his visit to Alberta, Canada, 1919. Full credit: Spaarnestad - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reser
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CANADA: INDIAN MOTHER.
A Dene woman carrying her child and a bundle of wood on her back in a forest in northwestern Canada. Photograph, 20th century.
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0173014
KRIEGHOFF: CANOE ON RAPIDS.
Native Americans running a rapid in a canoe in the Canadian wilderness. Oil on canvas, 1855, by Cornelius Krieghoff.
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0175353
CANADA: DRYING BERRIES.
Strawberries and salmonberries drying on a rack made of split cedar in a Nuxalk (or Bella Coola) Native American village in central British Columbia, Canada. Photographed c1900.
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0174526
HAIDA ART: SEA CAPTAIN.
Standing figure of a New England sea captain involved in the northwest fur trade, carved by a Haida artisan of the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, Canada, early 19th century. Possibly argillite, with ivory face. Height: 12 in.
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0175261
KWAKIUTL MASK.
Painted wooden mask representing Tsonoqua, the Wild Woman of the Woods. Nuxalk (Bella Coola), from British Columbia, Canada.
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0175354
CREE KNIFE AND SHEATH.
Knife with steel blade and beaded handle (length: 29.5 cm), and sheath made of thin wood covered with leather and ornamental beadwork, with a strip of woven porcupine quillwork across the top. Swampy Cree, from the western Hudson Bay area of Canada, 18th century.
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0173039
KWAKIUTL VILLAGE, 1894.
A view of a Kwakiutl village at Port Rupert, British Columbia, Canada, showing wood plank houses, blanket poles (where piles of blankets were placed during potlatch ceremonies), and dugout canoes in the foreground. Photographed by O.C. Hastings, late 1894.
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0173225
CANADA: NUXALK VILLAGE.
A group of Nuxalk (or Bella Coola) Native Americans standing next to plank houses in a village in central British Columbia, Canada. Photographed c1900.
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HAIDA HOUSE, 1900.
Wooden model of the house of Haida chief Albert Edward Edenshaw, known as Story House, in the village of Kiusta in the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, Canada, constructed by the chief's nephew, the Haida artist Charles Edenshaw, c1900, and aquired for display by the American Museum of Natural History in New York City.
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0353240
CANADA: TSUU T'INA.
Bull's Head, a Tsuu T'ina chief, and his wife in front of their tipi in Canada, possibly Alberta. Photograph, c1890.
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0174442
TSIMSHIAN MASK.
Tsimshian dance mask representing a hunter of the Tsetsaut tribe, from British Columbia, Canada.
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0174591
CANADA: TOTEM POLE.
Totem pole of Northwest Coast Native Americans, carved from cedar, on the grounds of the Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Photographed in 1958.
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0174450
NATIVE AMERICAN FRONTLET.
Carved and painted wooden frontlet with abalone shell inlay, representing a beaver or bear holding a salmon, with a horned owl between its paws. Probably Tsimshian, from British Columbia, Canada, 1880-1900. Height: 7 3/8 in.
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0361877
ART & ARCHITECTURE.
Indian totem, Prince Rupert, British Columbia, Canada. Detail. Full Credit: De Agostini / G. Carfagna / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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ART & ARCHITECTURE.
Indian totems, Ksan Historical Village and Museum, near Hazelton, British Columbia, Canada. Detail. Full Credit: De Agostini / G. Carfagna / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0173524
KWAKIUTL VILLAGE, 1881.
A view of the Nahwitti (Kwakiutl) village of Xwamdasbe on Hope Island, off the northeast coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, showing houses with painted family crests. Photographed by Edward Dossetter, 1881.
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0174443
NATIVE AMERICAN MASK.
Painted wooden mask from British Columbia, Canada, possibly Inland Tlingit, 19th century. Height: 6 1/2 in.
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0174599
CANADA: FISING VILLAGE, 1884.
Eulachon drying on racks in a Nisga'a fishing village at Fishery Bay, on the Nass River in British Columbia, Canada. Photographed by Richard Maynard, 1884.
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CANADA: HOUSE POST.
Post carved from cedar inside a Heiltsuk house at Bella Bella, on the coast of British Columbia, Canada. Photographed c1905.
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POUNDMAKER (c1842-1886).
Canadian Cree chief. Line drawing by Charles W. Jefferys, after a photograph of c1885.
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0173523
KWAKIUTL WEAVER, c1894.
A Kwakiutl woman weaving a cedar mat, with a rocking cradle suspended at left, in the village of Tsaxis on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. The ethnologist George Hunt, a collaborator with Franz Boas, is shown at right. Photographed by O.C. Hastings, c1894.
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0025441
NUXALK MASK.
Northwest Coast Bella Coola (Nuxalk) wooden mask from British Columbia, Canada.
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CANADA: FRENCH TRADERS.
Native Americans trading with the French in eastern Canada, early 17th century. Drawing by C.W. Jefferys.
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0173085
KOPRINO CHIEF, 1914.
Qa'hila, a young Koprino chief from Quatsino Sound, on the northwest coast of Vancouver Island, British Colubmia, Canada, wearing a dentalium shell nose ornament. Photographed by Edward S. Curtis, 1914.
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'NAK'WAXDA'XW WOMAN, c1910.
A 'Nak'waxda'xw woman standing on the beach in British Columbia. Photograph by Edward S. Curtis, c1910.
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0173526
HAIDA VILLAGE, 1878.
Totem poles and canoes in the Haida village of Skidegate in the Queen Charlotte Islands, off the coast of British Columbia, Canada. Photographed by George M. Dawson, 1878.
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0173164
HAIDA HOUSE POST.
Carved wooden house post of Haida Native Americans of the Pacific Northwest.
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