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Image Title Creator Culture Accession # Materials/Techniques
Woman on Blue Horse Archie Blackowl, Robert Merwin McCormack Native American; Cheyenne 02.1793 tempera on paper
Horse & Warrior - Legendary Acee Blue Eagle Native American; Muscogee (Creek), Pawnee 02.455 tempera on paper
Indian Drummer Archie Blackowl, Robert Merwin McCormack Native American; Cheyenne 02.1794 tempera on matboard
Eagle Dancer Acee Blue Eagle Native American; Muscogee (Creek), Pawnee 02.501 tempera on matboard
Man in Profile - Four Feathers Archie Blackowl, Robert Merwin McCormack Native American; Cheyenne 02.1799 tempera on matboard
Group of eagle feathers Unknown Native American 85.47a-g feather
Bird feather with four beads Unknown Native American 85.48 feather
Feather fan with leather handle Unknown Native American; Osage and Ponca 84.894 hide, feather, wood, woven tape similar to first-aid tape
Fan made from a bird wing Unknown Native American 84.885 hide, feather
Roach feather attachment Unknown Native American; Osage and Ponca (artist and user) 84.895 feather
Group of eagle feathers Unknown Native American 85.45a-i feather
Group of bird feathers Unknown Native American 85.46a-d feather
Feathered headdress with beaded headband and medallions Unknown Native American; Muscogee (Creek) 84.2241a hide, wool, glass, feather
Feather to go with roach and spreader Unknown, Emil William Lenders, Sean Standingbear Native American; Osage 84.797c feathers, possibly horse hair, very fine undyed quills, skin with fine white hair attached, hide with no hair, dye, plastic
Feathered headdress and parfleche case Unknown Native American; Muscogee (Creek) 84.2241a-b feather, glass, hide, wool
Blind Grandfather Woodrow Wilson Crumbo Native American; Citizen Potawatomi 02.467 tempera on paper
Forbidden Dance Woodrow Wilson Crumbo Native American; Citizen Potawatomi 02.468 tempera on paper
Peyote Talk Robert Redbird Sr. Native American; Kiowa 02.1946 tempera on matboard
Portrait Monroe Tsatoke, September 29,1904 - February 3, 1937, Native American; Kiowa (Artist) Native American; Kiowa 02.946 tempera on paper
Plains Indian Chief Fred Beaver, Raymond and Miriam Freedman Native American; Muscogee (Creek), Seminole 02.1922 tempera on matboard