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Pima Indians

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Black and white lithograph of “Juan Antonio – Pima Head Chief” (1848). Seated, ¾ length portrait. From Emory-Reconnaissance, Ft. Leavenworth to San Diego. , 1848

 Item — Box Photo F-92, item: 19
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Black-and-white and color engravings of Indians of the Southwest, namely Pueblo, Hopi, and Navajo. Included are scenes of village life, native dwellings, individual Indians, and dances. Though less numerous, depictions of hunting and ceremonies of the Lakota, Blackfeet, Chippewa, and Mandan Indians are also included in the collection.

Dates: 1848

Black and white lithograph “Pimos and Coco Maricopas Indians”. (1848) Shows Emory’s men bartering for melons with the Pimos and Maricopas. Artist unknown. From Emory-Reconnaissance, Ft. Leavenworth to San Diego. (Photographic prints & negatives included). , 1848

 Item — Box Photo F-92, item: 16
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Black-and-white and color engravings of Indians of the Southwest, namely Pueblo, Hopi, and Navajo. Included are scenes of village life, native dwellings, individual Indians, and dances. Though less numerous, depictions of hunting and ceremonies of the Lakota, Blackfeet, Chippewa, and Mandan Indians are also included in the collection.

Dates: 1848

Black and white lithograph “The Interpreter of the Pimos, by birth a Coco Maricopas.” (1848). A head and shoulder portrait of the interpreter showing a ring through his nose. Artist unknown. From Emory-Reconnaissance, Ft. Leavenworth to San Diego.  , 1848

 Item — Box Photo F-92, item: 17
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Black-and-white and color engravings of Indians of the Southwest, namely Pueblo, Hopi, and Navajo. Included are scenes of village life, native dwellings, individual Indians, and dances. Though less numerous, depictions of hunting and ceremonies of the Lakota, Blackfeet, Chippewa, and Mandan Indians are also included in the collection.

Dates: 1848

Colored lithograph of two bare-breasted “Pima Women” carrying water and salt in large containers on their heads (1857). By Arthur Schott from Emory-U.S. & Mexican Boundary Survey. , 1857

 Item — Box Photo F-92, item: 18
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Black-and-white and color engravings of Indians of the Southwest, namely Pueblo, Hopi, and Navajo. Included are scenes of village life, native dwellings, individual Indians, and dances. Though less numerous, depictions of hunting and ceremonies of the Lakota, Blackfeet, Chippewa, and Mandan Indians are also included in the collection.

Dates: 1857

Edward Everett Dale Collection

 Collection — Drawer 8607
Identifier: WHC-M-146
Scope and Contents

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Historian. Correspondence, student term papers, theses and dissertations, and personal research materials regarding the history of Oklahoma and Indian Territories, the state of Oklahoma, Indians of North America and the American Southwest; teaching materials used by Dale at Harvard and the University of Oklahoma; administrative and other files of the Works Progress Administration's Indian-Pioneer History Project for Oklahoma; U.S. Government documents issued by various cabinet-level departments and agencies, including Agriculture and Interior; and a portion of the University of Oklahoma Persidential papers of James Shannon Buchanan and Stratton D. Brooks. Edward Everett Dale Photograph Collection also in repository.

Dates: 1865-1948