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[Native Americans in Traditional Garments]

Description: Photograph of Native Americans standing at the second annual Texas Folklife Festival. Dressed in traditional garments, the woman is wearing a black dress with colorful sleeves and a colorful shawl drawn over her shoulders. A tight beaded necklace is around her neck and she is holding a large black and white feather. The man is wearing a black long sleeve shirt and what appears to be a white skirt or apron; a long stone necklace is around his neck. Both participants have thick red belts around the waist.
Date: [1973-09-07..1973-09-09]
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

[Native Americans Performing Chants]

Description: Photograph of Jack Battise and Chief Kina Robert Fulton Battise at the second annual Texas Folklife Festival in San Antonio, Texas. Jack Battise is performing Alabama-Coushatta Indian chants; he is beating a drum in front of him and speaking into a microphone. Both are wearing feathered headdresses and other traditional garments. Festival participants are visible behind them.
Date: [1973-09-07..1973-09-09]
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

[Clipping: Cultural month seeks to end myths about heritage of Native Americans]

Description: Newspaper clipping, "Cultural month seeks to end myths about heritage of Native Americans," by Catherine Atkinson for the North Texas Daily, published Tuesday, November 2, 1999. The article is in regards the term Native American, and how they are perceived. Corina Robles Ramos wants to promote awareness of the cultures through Native American History Month.
Date: November 2, 1999
Creator: Atkinson, Catherine
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Two Native American People]

Description: Photograph of two Native people. The man, Quanah Parker, stands with his right hand on his hip and his left hand holding a headdress. A woman, one of his wives, squats at his side and a teepee is visible in the background.
Date: 1892
Partner: Permian Basin Petroleum Museum, Library and Hall of Fame

[Native American Demonstrating Blow Gun]

Description: Photograph of a Native American Rocky Stallings, Institute of Texan Cultures employee, demonstrating a Cherokee blow gun in the Indian Village at the Texas Folklife Festival. He is squatting close to the ground with his mouth on the blow gun. Antlers, skins and other native-American wares are visible.
Date: [1972-09-07..1972-09-10]
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

[Native American Demonstrating Blowgun]

Description: Photograph of Rocky Stallings, a Native American and employee of the Institute of Texan Cultures, demonstrating the use of a blowgun at the second annual Texas Folklife Festival. Dressed in traditional garments, he is wearing brown leather pants, a yellow vest, a blue breechcloth, and a large feather attached to a headband. Situated in the Indian Village, he is standing in front of a tall fence and is blowing directly into the blowgun that he is holding parallel to the ground. The blowgun appears to be a narrow cane that is several feet long. Adults and children stand behind him.
Date: [1973-09-07..1973-09-09]
Creator: Smith, Jim
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

[Pictures of Presidio indians in a museum]

Description: Photograph of images hanging on a wall in a Presidio museum. There is a painting of an Apache Indian on the left and a photograph of an older Indian seated among desert cacti and brush on the right. Text is printed below the images, but is not readable. The image accompanied a written speech, with the caption: "After the death of the Apache chief, Victorio, the Big Bend was relatively safe. Fort Davis was decommissioned in 1891, after outliving its usefulness" (p. 5).
Date: 1969
Partner: Marfa Public Library

[Native American Wearing Traditional Garments]

Description: Photograph of Jack Battise at the second annual Texas Folklife Festival. He is standing in front of a microphone and looking off to the side. He is wearing traditional garments, including a feathered headdress and a purple top with red and white decorations. A star medallion gathers a simple white band around his neck, and beaded bands circle his arms and waist.
Date: [1973-09-07..1973-09-09]
Partner: UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

[Indian artifact]

Description: Photograph of a white stone Indian artifact in the shape of a man, or an ape. The image accompanied a written speech, with the caption: "The first tribe of Indians to be recorded were called the 'Basketmakers'" (p. 2).
Date: 1969
Partner: Marfa Public Library

[Native American posing in authentic clothing, 2]

Description: Photograph of a Native American posing in authentic clothing for a Native American dance in a front view. He is wearing a feather headdress along with a feather piece on his bottom. He also has a patterned fabric around his neck and around his waist. There is also patterned fabric around the bicep on his right arm. He has a patterned wrist wrap with fabric strands coming off of it on his right and left wrists. His right hand is holding a feather. The undergarment is dark in color. He has fur around his ankles and wearing patterned shoes.
Date: November 6, 1962
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Native American posing in authentic clothing, 3]

Description: Photograph of a Native American posing in authentic clothing for a Native American dance, side view. He is wearing a feather headdress along with a feather piece on his bottom. He also has a patterned fabric around his neck and around his waist. There is also patterned fabric around the bicep on his right arm. He has a patterned wrist wrap with fabric strands coming off of it on his right and left wrists. His right hand is holding a feather. The undergarment is dark in color. He has fur around his ankles and wearing patterned shoes.
Date: November 6, 1962
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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