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[Interior of Canadian Indian dwelling; women are weeping over dying warrior in hammock; parrot is perched on rafter]

[Indian seated in hut]

Johannes Staden as prisoner in a circle of Indian women who dance around him

Carius, an Indian from a different tribe, is slaughtered and eaten by the Tuppin Inwa, who are keeping Johannes Staden in Prison, 1554

Mandioka root [being] prepared by Indian women to produced a liquid brew. This makes the tribesmen drunk

Johannes Staden is being exhibited as a prisoner by the Indian women

Wie Heironymus Benzodie Schiffart in Indian so gegen Nidergang der Sonnen gelegen erstamals fürgenommen

[Benzo, reclining in hammock, discussing Christianity with the King of Cacico in the latter's home; many Indian servants are preparing food and cleaning. Nicaragua]

Two semi-nude Indian women with babies on their backs. In the background are boats on water

[Spanish conquistadors before throne of Indian king - full title page]

[Indian with bow and arrow drawn in background; animals in foreground]

July 14th, 1703. Prices of Goods supplyed to the Eastern Indian, by the several truckmasters; and of the peltry received by the truckmasters of the said Indians.

A plan of the lands in New London sequestred for the sole use and improvement of the Mohegan Indian tribe /

[Arms] By the Honourable James Hamilton, Esq; Lieutenant-Governor, and Commander in Chief, of the Province of Pennsylvania, and Countues of Newcastle, Kent and Sussex, on Delaware. A proclamation [Warning Squatters to leave Indian lands west of

[Arms] By the Honourable James Hamilton, Esq; Lieutenant-Governor, and Commander in Chief, of the Province of Pennsylvania, and Countues of Newcastle, Kent and Sussex, on Delaware. A proclamation [Warning Squatters to leave Indian lands west of

Captain Snow's scetch of the country by himself, and the best accounts he could receive from the Indian traders.

A new and accurate map of the English empire in North America: Representing their rightful claim as confirm'd by charters, and the formal surrender of their Indian friends; likewise the encroachments of the French, with the several forts they have unjustly erected therein.

[Untitled, unsigned cuts adorn individual numbers of this magazine. These show an Indian, with an Englishman on one side offering a Bible and some cloth, and a Frenchman on the other side offering gunpowder and a tomahawk. Under are the words "Praevalebit Aequior"]

At a General Assembly of the Governor and company of the Colony of Connecticut, holden at Hartford, on the eighth day of May, A. D. 1766. [Grant of a Brief to Eleazor Wheelock for support of the Indian Charity School.] New-London: Printed by T.

An accurate map of North and South Carolina with their Indian frontiers, shewing in a distinct manner all the mountains, rivers, swamps, marshes, bays, creeks, harbours, sandbanks and soundings on the coasts; with the roads and Indian paths; as well as the boundary of provincial lines, the several townships and other divisions of the land in both the provinces;

An accurate map of North and South Carolina with their Indian frontiers, shewing in a distinct manner all the mountains, rivers, swamps, marshes, bays, creeks, harbours, sandbanks and soundings on the coasts; with the roads and Indian paths; as well as the boundary or provincial lines, the several townships and other divisions of the land in both the provinces;

Cambridge, 21st August, 1775. Wanted for the Continental army. One million of bricks. Three thousand cords of fire wood. Two hundred thousand and bushels of charcoal. One hundred and fifty tons of English hay. Twelve hundred bushels of Indian co

[An accurate map of North and South Carolina, with their Indian frontier, shewing in a distinct manner all the mounta]ins, rivers, swamps, marshes, bays, creeks, harbours, sandbanks and soundings on the coasts; with the roads and Indian paths; as well as the boundary or provincial lines, the several townships, and other divisions of the land in both the provinces;

Virginia Gazette (newspaper), February 4, 1775, Article on Speech by Chief Logan (Indian Warrior)

British Colonies in North America, 1775, Table of Exports from South Carolina: Rice, Indigo, Hemp, Indian Corn

An accurate map of North and South Carolina with their Indian frontiers, shewing in a distinct manner all the mountains, rivers, swamps, marshes, bays, creeks, harbours, sandbanks and soundings on the coasts; with the roads and Indian paths; as well as the boundary or provincial lines, the several townships and other divisions of the land in both provinces;

An accurate map of North and South Carolina with their Indian frontiers, shewing in a distinct manner all the mountains, rivers, swamps, marshes, bays, creeks, harbours, sandbanks and soundings on the coasts; with the roads and Indian paths; as well as the boundary or provincial lines, the several townships and other divisions of the land in both the provinces;

Edmund Pendleton to Virginia Delegates in the Continental Congress, July 13, 1776, Private Addenda to Letter of Same Date; Pennsylvania-Virginia Boundary Dispute; Indian Lands

Edmund Pendleton to Thomas Jefferson, July 29, 1776, Military News; Indian Hostilities

A new chart of the West Indian islands;

A view of the sea & beach, from Mr. James Newbolds plantation, near Indian River / Trenchard sculp.

An Indian warrior entering his wigwam with a scalp / Barlow, sc.

... An act providing for holding a treaty or treaties to establish peace with certain Indian tribes. [New York: Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine, 1790.].

... An act providing for holding a treaty or treaties to establish peace with certain Indian tribes. [New York] Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine, [1790].

Thomas Jefferson, February 16, 1793, Memorandum on Indian Treaties

By the Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia, A proclamation. The president of the United States having been pleased to communicate to me, that a Treaty will be held with the hostile Indian tribes, on or about the first day of June at Lower S

An accurate map of North and South Carolina with their Indian frontier, shewing in a distinct manner all the mountains, rivers, swamps, arshes, bays, creeks, harbours, sandbanks and soundings on the coasts with the roads and Indian paths as well as the boundary or provincial lines, the several townships, and other divisions of the land in both the provinces /

War and Pestilence! Horrible and unparalelled [i.e. unparalleled] massacre! women and children falling victims to the Indian's tomahawk

Albert Gallatin to John W. Steele, November 1801, with Note from Thomas Jefferson on Seneca Indian Accounts

Indian speech, delivered before a gentleman missionary, from Massachusetts, by a chief, commonly called by the white people Red Jacket. His Indian name is Sagu-ua-what-hath, which being interpreted, is Keeper-awake. ... Boston: Nathaniel Coverly

Mr. Eccleston's superb medallion of General Washington obverse. An elegant and very striking likeness of General Washington from an original painting. Reverse. An American Indian, with his bow and arrow, and an appropriate legend ... Lancaster,

Seed [Indian/Native American] et al. to Thomas Jefferson

Captain Lewis shooting an Indian

From atop the Indian leap towards the imbankment [sic] which forms the reservoir named Deep Gap / J.R.S. 1821.

Map of the route passed over by an expedition into the Indian country in 1832 to the source of the Mississippi /

To the ladies of Columbus. The late excitement in the Indian nation, having compelled the unfortunate inhabitants to abondon their homes, in such haste as to deprive them of the power of furnishing themselves with the necessities of life- and we

A map of a portion of the Indian country lying east and west of the Mississippi River to the forty sixth degree of north latitude from personal observation made in the autumn of 1835 and recent authentic documents /

Map of the Indian tribes of North America, about 1600 A.D. along the Atlantic, & about 1800 A.D. westwardly /

An Indian encampment near Fort Niagra, in the time of the Revolution. The boy, Frederick Schermerhorn, is seen to the left, just starting on the periolous race of the gauntlet

[Indian on horseback, two buffalo]

View of the mountain Baba-Naunee, called Kutl-Gahor

The fortress and citadel of Ghuznee and the two minars

The opening into the narrow pass above the Siri Bolan

The town of Roree and the fortress of Bukker, on the Indus

[Full-length portrait of American Indian man with short hair, wearing a blue striped tunic, knee bands, and a white cape]

The second descent through the Koojah Pass

Entrance into the Kojack Pass from Parush

The troops emerging from the narrow part of the defile

The encampment at Dadur with the entrance to the Bolan Pass

The approach to the fortress of Kwettah

[Indian man resting in a window opening as a bird and horse look on]

The first descent through the Koojah Pass

Louden's Indian Expectorant

[Scene of ancient Mayan Indian monument in the Yucatan Penninsula of Mexico]

[Scene of ancient Mayan Indian monument in the Yucatan Penninsula of Mexico]

[Scene of ancient Mayan Indian monument in the Yucatan Penninsula of Mexico]

[Scene of ancient Mayan Indian monument in the Yucatan Penninsula of Mexico]

[Scene of ancient Mayan Indian monument in the Yucatan Penninsula of Mexico]

The Indian's prayer

[Ancient Indian burial mounds. Moundsville, W.Va.] Great Mound at Grave Creek

[Ancient Indian burial mounds. Moundsville, W.Va.] Group of Sepulchral Mounds

[Print speciman of American Indian man on horseback killing bison] / A. Kollner designed ; Lithy of A. Kollner, Phila.

An Indian map of the Upper-Missouri, 1801.

[Print speciman of American Indian man on horseback with struggling Caucasian woman] / A. Kollner designed ; Lithy of A. Kollner, Phila.

E. Arnold & Co.'s celebrated Indian stomach bitters

Indian rubber boat, pontoons, & c.

Clement's Genuine Osceola Indian Liniment

[Sculpture of Indian sitting on animal skin]

Indian maid of the chapparal. Air- Mary Blane. Thomas M. Scroggy, Publisher, No. 443 Vine Street, above Twelfth, Philadelphia

Disasters of 60 days : Wreck of Steamship Tennessee, Indian Cove, March 6th, 1853 ; Wreck & burning of the steamer Independence on the island of Margarita, Feby. 16th, 1853. 150 lives lost ; Collapse of flue on board Jenny Lind off San Francisquito, April 11th, 1853, 50 lives lost ; Wreck of propellor steamship S.S. Lewis, Duxburg Reef, April 9th, 1853 / / Lith. & pubh. by Britton & Rey, cr. California & Montgomery St., San Francisco.

Indian sugar camp / Capt. S. Eastman, U.S. Army ; John C. McRae.

Crow Indian Chief

Defeat of General Braddock, in the French and Indian War, in Virginia in 1755 / John Andrew, sc.

Cheyenne Indian Chief

Crow Indian Chief

Crow Indian Chief

Cheyenne Indian Chief

Sac & Fox Indian Chiefs / Group of Indians

Cheyenne Indian Chief

[Bank note illustration showing colonists praying for deliverance from imminent Indian attack]

Samoset, the Indian visitor

Indian princess presenting a necklace of pearls to de Soto / J.W. Orr, N.Y.

Spaniards robbing an Indian temple / J.W. Orr, N.Y.

Crossing on an Indian bridge / J.W. Orr, N.Y.

Bloodhounds tearing an Indian to pieces / J.W. Orr.

[Title page of History of the United States, vol. I, showing Christopher Columbus holding sword and banner, with soldiers, priest, and Indian woman kneeling before him]

Spanish captain feeding his dogs on an Indian babe

[American Indian figure for the clock in the House of Representatives chamber]

[Clock for the House of Representatives chamber flanked by American Indian and backwoodsman figures]

Boston, Sept. 15, 1859. Dear Sir: Our attention has been called by the report of a Committee, appointed at a meeting recently held at the Old South Chapel, to the fact that the Indian tribes upon our western frontier, have just cause of complain

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