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Portraits of North American Indians with sketches of scenery, etc. / painted by J.M. Stanley ; deposited with the Smithsonian Institution.

Stanley, John Mix, 1814-1872 author. (Author). Smithsonian Institution, issuing body. (Added Author).
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Indiana State Library - Indianapolis ISLM p.d. 506 Unm58 v. 2, art. 3 (Text) 1720097-2016 General Federal documents Available -

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  • Physical Description: 76 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Publisher: Washington : Smithsonian Institution, 1852.
  • Manufacturer: Philadelphia : Collins, Printer

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General Note: Originally issued as Smithsonian Institution publication 53; later reprinted in 1862 as article 3 of volume 2 of the Smithsonian miscellaneous collections (simultaneously Smithsonian Institution publication 123).
A catalogue of the collection, which was destroyed by fire in 1865.
Includes index.
Formatted Contents Note: Seminoles -- Creeks -- Cherokees -- Chickasaws -- Potowatomies -- Stockbridges -- Munsees -- Ottawas -- Chippewas -- Delawares -- Weeahs -- Shawnees -- Sacs and Foxes -- Black-Foot -- Osages -- Quapaws -- Iowas -- Wichetaws, or Pawnee Picts -- Caddoes -- Anandarkoes -- Wacoes -- Natchitoches -- Towocconies -- Keechies -- Comanches -- Pueblos -- Pimos -- Maricopas -- Shaste -- Umpquahs -- Klameths -- Callapooyas -- Chinooks -- Clackamus -- Willamette Falls Indians -- Tlickitacks -- Walla-Wallas -- Cayuses -- Nez Perces -- Pelouses -- Spokanes -- Stony Island Indians -- Okanagans.
Catalogue of portraits of North American Indians, with sketches of scenery, etc. / painted by J.M. [John Mix] Stanley ; descriptions by Stanley: Co-Wock-Coo-Chee, or, Wildcat, painted December, 1842 ; Al-Leck Tustenuggee, Dec., 1842 ; Noke-Suke Tustenuggee, Dec., 1842 ; Al-Leck Tustenuggee, Noke-Suke Tustenuggee, Cudjo, and Geo. [George] W. Clarke, Dec., 1842 ; Tustenuggee Chop-Ko, or, The Big Warrior, Dec., 1842 ; Cho-Co-Te Tustenuggee, Dec., 1842 ; Hal-Burta-Hadjo, or, Alligator, August, 1843 ; Cot-Sa, or Tiger, December, 1843 ; Sem-I-Wocca, September, 1843 ; Opoeth-Le-Yo-Holo, July, 1843 ; Opoeth-Le-Yo-Holo, 1843 ; A Creek Buffalo Dance, Aug., 1843 ; Tustenuggee Emathla, June, 1843 ; To-Math-La-Micco, or, The Little King, June, 1843 ; Tuck-A-Back-A-Micco, or, The Medicine-Man or Physic-Maker, June, 1843 ; Tah-Coo-Sah-Fixico, or Billy Hardjo [Harjo?], Aug., 1843 ; Chilly McIntosh, June, 1843 ; Kee-See-Lah and Ah-See-Hee (the Young Queen), Aug., 1843 ; Coo-Wis-Coo-Ee, or, John Ross, Sept., 1844 ; Keeth-La, or, Dog (Major George Lowry), 1844 ; Stan [Stand] Watie, June, 1843 ; Thomas Watie, 1842 ; Yeah-Wee-Oo-Yah-Gee, or, The Spoiled Person, 1844 ; Oh-Tah-Nee-Un-Tah, or Catcher, 1844 ; Charles McIntosh, 1842 ; We-Cha-Lah-Nae-He, or, The Spirit (John Huss), 1844 ; International Indian Council, 1842 ; Three Cherokee ladies, 1842 ; Two Cherokee girls, 1842 ; Caddo Cove, Caddo Creek, Arkansas (Governor P.M. Butler and party on their return from the council), 1843 ; View of the Arkansas Valley from Magazine Mountain, 1844 ; Natural dam in Crawford County, Arkansas, 1844 ; View of Dardanelle Rock on the Arkansas, 1844 ; Ish-To-No-Yes, or, James Gamble, 1843 ; Wa-Bon-Seh, or The White Sky, June, 1843 ; Op-Te-Gee-Zheek, or, Half-Day, June, 1843 ; Na-Swa-Ga, or The Feathered Arrow, 1842 ; Thomas Hendrick, 1843 ; Jim Gray, 1843 ; Shab-A-Nee, 1843 ; Saush-Bux-Cum, or. Beaver Dragging a Limb, 1843 ; Captain Ketchum, 1843 ; Second Eye, 1843 ; Ro-Ka-Noo-Wha, the Long Traveller (Jim Second Eye), 1843 ; Ah-Len-I-Wees, 1843 ; Captain McCallah, 1843 ; Pa-Con-Da-Lin-Qua-Ing, or, Roasting Ears, 1843 ; Wah-Pong-Ga, or, The Swan, 1843 ; Quah-Gom-Mee, 1843 ; Shac-Ee-Shu-Moo, 1843 ; Pah-Que-Sah-Ah, or, Little Tecumseh, 1843 ; Keokuk, May, 1846 ; Sac chief and Fox brave, May, 1846 ; Kep-Peo-Leck, or, Red Wolf, May, 1846 ; Sac war chief, in war paint, May, 1846 ; Wife and daughter of Black Hawk, May, 1842 ; Medicine dance of the Sacs, May, 1846 ; The chieftain's grave, January, 1851 ; Flight of a mountain trapper [Joe Meek], 1851 ; The trapper's escape, 1851 ; Black Foot Indians [Blackfoot, Blackfeet] Indians in ambush, awaiting the approach of an emigrant party, 1852 ; Techong-Ta-Saba, or, Black Dog, 1843 ; Shu-Me-Cuss, or, Wolf, 1843 ; Crow-Sun-Tah, or, Big Soldier, 1843 ; Ne-Qua-Ba-Nah, 1843 ; Cha-Pah-Cah-Ha, or, Eagle Feather, 1843 ; The Osage mimic (Wah-cot-sa), 1843 ; An Osage scalp-dance, 1845 ; Ki-Hic-Ca-Te-Dah, or, Passing Chief, 1843 ; Wo-Hum-Pa, and Iowa chief, and the artist, 1843 ; Ka-Sa-Roo-Ka, or, Roaring Thunder, 1842 ; Nash-Taw, or, The Painter, 1842 ; Rit-Sa-Ah-Rescat, or, The Woman of the Hunt, and Braces, or, Baby, 1842 ; Bin-Tah, the Wounded Man, 1843 ; Ah-De-Bah, or, The Tall Man, 1843 ; Se-Hia-Ah-Di-You, the Singing Bird, June, 1843 ; Ha-Doon-Cote-Sah, 1843 ; Jose Maria (Iesh), 1844 ; Ka-Ka-Katish, or, The Shooting Star, 1843 ; Cho-We, or, The Bow, 1843 ; Keeche-Ka-Rooki, or, The Man Who Was Named by the Great Spirit, 1844 ; Ko-Rak-Koo-Kiss, 1844 ; Ko-Ran-Te-Te-Dah, or, The Woman Who Catches the Spotted Fawn, 1844 ; Kot-Tan-Teek, 1844 ; A buffalo hunt, 1845 ; Poo-Chon-E-Quah-Eep, or, Buffalo Hump, 1844 ; Wife of Po-Chon--Nah-Shon-Noc-Co, 1844 ; O-Hah-Ah-Wah-Kee, the Yellow Paint Hunter, 1844 ; Nah-Moo-Su-Kah, 1844 ; A Comanche domestic scene, 1844 ; A Comanche game, 1844 ; Jose Maria Vigil Zuazo, 1852 ; Carlos Vigli, ex-governor of Pueblo, 1852 ; Juan Antonio Vigil, 1852 ; Jose Ahayea, 1852 ; Jose Domingo Herura, 1852 ; Black Knife, 1846 ; View on the Gila River, 1851 ; Pimo [Pima?] Chief, 1846 ; Pimo squaw, 1846 ; Maricipa chief and interpreter, 1846 ; Shaste squaw, 1847 ; Enah-Te, or, Wolf, 1848 ; Te-To-Ka-Nim, 1848 ; Yelsto, 1848 ; Stomaquea, 1848 ; Tel-Al-Lek, 1848 ; Quatyken, 1847 ; Dr. John McLaughlin [McLoughlin], 1848 ; Governor P.S. [Peter Skene] Ogden, 1848 ; Oregon City, 1848 ; Wa-Sha-Mus, 1847 ; Mary and Achata, 1847 ; Willamette Falls, 1848 ; Casino, 1848 ; Peo-Peo-Mux-Mux, or, Yellow Serpent (Serpent Jaune), 1847 ; Te-Lo-Kikt, or Craw-Fish [Crawfish, Crayfish] Walking Forward ; Shu-Ma-Hic-Cie, or, Painted Shirt, 1847 ; Tum-Suc-Kee ; Waie-Cat--One That Flies ; Massacre of Dr. [Marcus] Whitman's family at the Wailetpu Mission, in Oregon, 29th of November, 1847 ; Abduction of Miss Bewley from Dr. Whitman's massacre ; Cascades of the Columbia River ; Salmon fishery on the head-waters of the Columbia ; Mount Hood--Oregon ; Tin-Tin Metze, 1847 ; Keok-Soes-Tee, 1847 ; View on the Pelouse River ; Pelouse Falls ; View in the Cascade Mountains ; View on the Columbia ; The artist traveling in northern Oregon in the month of December ; View of Mount Hood ; Cascades of the Columbai ; The great Dalles Basin, and view of Mount Hood ; Se-Lim-Coom-Clu-Lock, or, Raven Chief (Ugly Head), 1847 ; Kwit-Teal-Co-Koo-Sum (Big Star Chief), 1847 ; Kai-Mish-Kon, or, Marked Head ; Kai-Me-Te-Kin, or, Marked Back ; Pa-Se-Lix ; Tin-Tin-Ma-Li-Kin, or, Strong Breast ; Hi-Up-Ekan ; Lah-Kies-Tum ; So-Ha-Pe ; Wah-Puxe ; Ko-Mal-Kan, or, Long Hair ; Sin-Pah-Sox-Tin ; View on the Spokane River ; J.M. [John Mix] Stanley, the artist / painted by A.B. Moore, 1851.
Citation/References Note: Sabin, 90314
Subject: Indians of North America > Portraits > Catalogs.
Stanley, John Mix, 1814-1872 > Catalogs.
Smithsonian Institution > Catalogs.

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