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Image Title Creator Culture Accession # Materials/Techniques
Full headdress chief Earl Biss Jr. Native American; Apsáalooke (Crow), Ojibwe 13.3929 pen and ink on paper
Chief Washungah (Kaw) Brummett Echohawk, March 3, 1922 - February 6, 2006, Native American; Pawnee (Artist) Native American; Pawnee 01.2422 oil
Cheyenne Chief James Auchiah Native American; Kiowa 02.19 tempera on paper
I Have Sung My Last Song Jimalee Chitwood Burton Native American; Cherokee 01.1940 Oil on masonite
Portrait of a Chief Woodrow Wilson "Woody" Big Bow, January 29, 1915 - July 10, 1988, Native American; Kiowa (Artist) Native American; Kiowa 01.1925 Oil on canvas
Portrait of a Chief Woodrow Wilson "Woody" Big Bow, January 29, 1915 - July 10, 1988, Native American; Kiowa (Artist) Native American; Kiowa 01.1924 Oil
Chief and Medicine Pipe Acee Blue Eagle Native American; Muscogee (Creek), Pawnee 02.431 tempera on paper
Early map of the colony of Virginia William Hole 3926.248
Letter from Patrick Gordon to Chief Shekallamy regarding the sale of rum to the Native Americans American 3826.1200 ink on paper
Indian Chief - Sac and Fox Charles Banks Wilson American 14.693 lithograph on paper
A feast for the Indians Charles Banks Wilson American 13.2165 ink and pen on paper
The Prairie Chief Charles Banks Wilson American 14.682 lithograph on paper
Indian Chief Theodore Baur (Artist) German American 08.92 sand cast in bronze
Leaflet advertising Carolyn Thomas Foreman's publication titled Park Hill, Oklahoma Native American; Cherokee 5327.333 ink on paper
Newspaper clipping concerning 1859 oil strike in Mayes County Native American; Cherokee 4127.7 ink on paper
Letter to Henry Ross from Lewis Ross, Grand Saline, Cherokee Nation listing delegates in Washington and Neighbors Native American; Cherokee 4026.285.1 ink on paper
Letter to Henry Ross from Lewis Ross, written on board a Steamboat from St. Louis to Fort Gibson with Uncle John Ross Native American; Cherokee 4026.284-.1 ink on paper
Letter to Lewis Ross from Henry Ross, Nazareth Hall, mentioning John Ross and two family photos received Native American; Cherokee 4026.278 ink on paper
Letter to Lewis Ross from Henry C. Ross, Nazareth Hall, discussing the rebels stealing of provisions and if the family was all right Native American; Cherokee 4026.275 ink on paper
Letter to Henry Ross from Uncle John Ross, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with more information on conditions in the Cherokee Nation Native American; Cherokee 4026.273 ink on paper