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Indigenous Peoples

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

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Album of photographs of Alaska by Beverly Bennett Dobbs, 1910-1920

Photographic album with 102 silver gelatin prints containing views of Alaska and its indiginous peoples. Mostly by Beverly Bennet Dodds, with additional prints by Arthur Bell and H.G. Kaiser.
Shelfmark: MS. 23051 photogr. 21
Extents: 1 item
Dates: 1910-1920
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Album of photographs of Alaska by H.G. Kaiser and Albert Johnson, 1910-1920

Photographic album with 42 silver gelatin prints containing views of Alaska and indiginous peoples.
Shelfmark: MS. 23051 photogr. 22
Extents: 1 item
Dates: 1910-1920
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The Arctic Regions by William Bradford, 1873

Photographically-illustrated book narrating an expedition through Greenland. In 1869, William Bradford, known for his Arctic seascapes and ship paintings, secured funding from businessman LeGrand Lockwood and chartered a steamship, The Panther, for a voyage to Greenland. He invited photographers John L. Dunmore and George Critcherson to join him on the expedition. During a three-month summer journey, the group produced drawings, texts, and photographs. The book narrates the journey, with…
Shelfmark: MS. 23051 photogr. 72
Extents: 1 item
Dates: 1873
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Portraits and skull studies of the people of the Philippines by Joseph Montano, 1880

Thirty-six photographic portraits of indigenous Filipino people, by Joseph Montano. Nine studies of human skulls. Intended as studies of different ethnic groups. Accompanied by a French manuscript by Montano. Contains images of human remains.
Shelfmark: MS. 23051 photogr. 88 / 1
Extents: 47 items
Dates: 1880
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Vistas Mexicanas by Abel Briquet, 1880-1890

A photographic portfolio of 40 topographic views of Mexico and studies of local people. Mostly from Abel Briquet's series of photographic views, Vistas Mexicanas. Also includes 5 Mexican views by William Henry Jackson, 4 views of Zacatecas by E. Weimer, 1 photocollage of the Snake Dance of the Moqui by Cal Osbon, and 1 unattributed portrait of an indigenous woman.
Shelfmark: MS. 23051 photogr. 86
Extents: 40 items
Dates: 1880-1890