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    • General Custer confronts Crazy Horse

    • Crazy Horse, ca. 1842-1877; Custer, George A. (George Armstrong), 1839-1876; Horses in art; Indians of North America-Great Plains; Indians-Warfare; Oglala Indians; Plains men; Weapons
    • This painting, done in ledger style, depicts a battle between Crazy Horse and General George Custer. Inscribed on recto: General Custer --- Crazy Horse. Inscribed on verso: General Custer Confronts Crazy Horse. The white man with saber, the Indian...
    • Shucking and sorting corn

    • Corn; Indians of North America-New Mexico; Pueblo Indians in art; Tesuque men; Tesuque women; Pueblo Indians-Agriculture
    • This painting by the artist Thomas Vigil, also known as Pan Yo Pin, depicts several men and women shucking and sorting corn. Inscribed on recto: Tomas [sic] Vigil, Pan Yo Pin, Tesuque. On verso: no. 33c color/ no. 5 in series.
    • Man on horseback

    • Horses in art; Indians of North America-New Mexico; Pueblo Indians in art; Pueblo men; Weapons
    • This painting depicts a man in traditional regalia, holding a spear, on horseback. On recto: Julian Martinez, no. 21.
    • Clown and bird kachinas

    • Ceremonial objects; Dance costume; Drum; Indians of North America-New Mexico; Pueblo Indians in art; Pueblo Indians-Religion
    • This painting depicts a drummer, a central figure wearing the regalia of an eagle dancer, and Pueblo clown dancer holding a plant. On recto: Ogwa Pi, no. 22.
    • Mounted Sioux with saber attacks a Pawnee

    • Bow and arrow; Horses in art; Indians of North America-Great Plains; Indians-Warfare; Oglala Indians; Plains men; Weapons; Shields; Featherwork
    • This painting, done in ledger style, depicts a battle between two men. A man on horseback attacks another man with a saber. Inscribed on verso: Mounted Sioux with saber, attacks a Pawnee, who has discharged an arrow. Drawn by Kills Two.
    • Two men, one hoeing, one with scarecrow

    • Corn; Crows; Indians of North America-New Mexico; Pueblo Indians; Pueblo Indians in art; Tesuque men; Pueblo Indians-Agriculture
    • This painting by the artist Thomas Vigil, also known as Pan Yo pin, depicts two men in a cornfield. One is hoeing, and the other is fixing a scarecrow. Several crows fly above them. On recto is inscribed: Pan Yo Pin, Tomas [sic] Vigil. On verso:...
    • Sioux warrior with saber, attacking a Crow Indian

    • Horses in art; Indians of North America-Great Plains; Indians-Warfare; Oglala Indians; Plains men; Weapons; Shields; Featherwork
    • This painting, done in ledger style, depicts a struggle between two men on horseback. The figure on the right wields a sword. On verso: Sioux warrior with saber, attacking a Crow Indian. After the [Battle of] Little Big Horn, the Sioux possessed...
    • Two women with a child

    • Pueblo Indians in art; Cradleboards; Pueblo women; Pueblo children; Indian baskets; Cloaks; Tesuque women; Indians of North America-New Mexico; Pueblo Indians-Agriculture
    • This painting by artist Thomas (Tomas) Vigil, also known as Pan Yo Pin or Summer Mountain, depicts two women and a child in a domestic scene. Written on recto: Tomas [sic] Vigil, Pan Yo Pin, Tesuque. Written on verso: Women camping while men work...
    • Hunting buffalo

    • American bison; Bow and arrow; Hunting-North America; Indians of North America-Great Plains; Oglala Indians; Plains men; Horses in art
    • This painting, done in ledger style, shows a man riding bareback in the process of slaying a buffalo with a bow and arrow. On verso: Illegible marks.
    • Pueblo woman dancer

    • Ceremonial objects; Indians of North America-New Mexico; Pueblo Indians in art; Pueblo women; Featherwork; Dance costume
    • This painting depicts a woman in ceremonial regalia, usually identifid with the Buffalo Dance. On recto: Awatsireh.
    • An Indian horse dance

    • Indians of North America-Great Plains; Oglala dance; Oglala Indians; Dance costume; Horses in art; Bow and arrow
    • This painting, done in ledger style, depicts four stylized figures wearing buffalo headdresses on horseback. Inscribed on recto: An Indian Horse Dance. Inscribed on verso: Equestrian Dance Drawn by Kills Two, an Oglala Sioux.
    • Red Walker bested by pursuing Crows

    • Indians of North America-Great Plains; Indians-Warfare; Oglala Indians; Plains men; Featherwork; Horses in art
    • This painting, done in ledger style, depicts two men on horseback, with enemies apparently in pursuit. On verso is inscribed: Red Walker, a Sioux warrior, is bested by pursuing Crows. Red Walker’s leg is broken and his pony is wounded. Drawn by...
    • Two dancers

    • Dance costume; Pueblo Indians in art; Featherwork
    • This painting depicts two dancers in ceremonial regalia, representing eagles. Inscribed on recto: Drawing by San Juanito Garcia, Santo Domingo, no. 24. No published reference to this artist has been located. The name could refer to either Jose...
    • Hopi buffalo dance

    • Ceremonial objects; Dance costume; Hopi art; Hopi dance; Hopi Indians; Hopi Indians-Rites and ceremonies; Indian textile fabrics-North America; Indians of North America-Arizona; Pueblo Indians; Pueblo Indians in art; Featherwork
    • This painting depicts four figures in traditional regalia, taking part in the Buffalo Dance.
    • Hemis kachina, with corn

    • Ceremonial objects; Corn; Hopi art; Hopi Indians; Hopi Indians-Rites and ceremonies; Indians of North America-Arizona; Kachinas; Kachinas in art; Pueblo Indians
    • This painting depicts the Hemis kachina figure holding a bundle of corn. On verso: I (2) Author of life mark, the Life Giver.
    • Two men ploughing and sowing with two oxen

    • Cattle; Corn; Indians of North America-New Mexico; Pueblo Indians in art; Tesuque men; Pueblo Indians-Agriculture
    • This painting by the artist Thomas Vigil, also known as Pan Yo Pin, depicts two men (one ploughing, one sowing), accompanied by two oxen. Inscribed on recto: Tomas [sic] Vigil, Pan Yo Pin, Tesuque. On verso: Illegible text; no. 33a/ no. 1 in series...
    • Crow Indian and Sioux

    • Indians of North America-Great Plains; Oglala Indians; Plains men; Weapons; Indians-Warfare; Bow and arrow; Featherwork; Horses in art
    • This painting, done in ledger style, depicts a battle between Crow and Sioux warriors. The figure on the left appears to be Crow. The figure on the right appears to be a representation of Tasunkakokipapi, also called Afraid-of-His-Horse, a 19th...
    • Cochiti Corn Dance

    • Corn; Ceremonial objects; Indian textile fabrics-North America; Indians of North America-New Mexico; Pueblo Indians in art; Pueblo women; Pueblo men; Pueblo Indians-Religion; Pueblo Indians-Agriculture
    • This painting depicts a man and woman in ceremonial regalia adorned with evergreen cuttings. The man has a rattle; the woman wears a tablita headdress. On recto: (Cochiti Corn Dance) (Tonita Peña) no. 19.

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