NIU Libraries Digitization Projects
Lincoln/Net Prairie Fire Illinois During the Civil War Illinois During the Gilded Age Mark Twain's Mississippi Back to Digitization Projects Contact Us
BACK

Schoolcraft, Henry Rowe.. History of the Indian Tribes of the United States: Their Present Condition and Prospects, and a Sketch of Their Ancient Status. Volume 6. . Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo and Co, 1857. [format: book; image], [genre: government document; report]. Permission: Northern Illinois University
Persistent link to this document: http://lincoln.lib.niu.edu/file.php?file=schoolcraft6.html


Previous section

Next section

Pictures and Illustrations.

Some images in this document are in a DJVU format and require a free DJVU plug-in to view. Download the plug-in here, of you do not have it.


Plate 1. Henry R. Schoolcraft.


Plate 2. Scalp-Cry.


Plate 3. Victory Dance.


Plate 4a. Inscriptions from New Mexico. A.


Plate 4b. Inscriptions from New Mexico. B.


Plate 5. Ancient Pottery from the Gila.


Plate 6. Comanche Inscription on the Shoulder Blade of a Buffalo.


Plate 7. Mode of Spinning and Weaving by the Pueblo Indians.


Plate 8. Antiquities from South Carolina.


Plate 9. Antique Pipe.


Plate 10. First Interview with Indians of New York.


Plate 11. Synopsis of the Assonet Inscription.


Plate 12. Iroquois Picture Writing.


Plate 13. Indian Doctor Curing a Sick Man.


Plate 14. Antiquities from the Congaree Indians, S. Carolina.


Plate 15. Atotarho, the First Iroquois Ruler.


Plate 16. Soiengarahta, or King Hendric, At the Battle of Lake George.


Plate 17. Ruins of Old Michilimackinac.


Plate 18. Ohio River from the Summit of Grave Creek Mound.


Plate 19. Discoidal Stones and Block Print.


Plate 20. Ceremony of the Thunder Birds (Sioux).


Plate 21. Red Jacket.


Plate 22. Falls of St. Anthony.


Plate 23. The Feast of Mondamin.


Plate 24. Wabeno Songs.


Plate 25. Black Hawk.


Plate 26. Sources of Mississippi.


Plate 27. Itasca Lake.


Plate 28. Spearing Fish from a Canoe.


Plate 29. Map of the Indian Colony West.


Plate 30. Gathering Tepia Root in the Prairies.


Plate 31. Gathering Wild Rice.


Plate 32. Severity of Female Life.


Plate 33. Feathers of Honor.


Plate 34. Sepulchral Vase and Cover — Aztec Relic.


Plate 35. Mexican Antiquities. Sacrificial Stone.


Plate 36a. Mexican Anitiquities. Papantla.


Plate 36b. Mexican Antiquities. Xochicalco.


Plate 37. Mexican Antiquities.


Plate 38. Mexican Antiquities.


Plate 39. Mexican Antiquities.


Plate 40. Mexican Antiquities.


Plate 41a. Antique Peruvian Palace and Temple. Fig. 1.


Plate 41b. Antique Peruvian Palace and Temple. Fig. 2.


Plate 42. Mexican Antiquities.


Plate 43. Antique Pipes.


Plate 44. Block Prints and Fleshing Instruments.


Plate 45. Amulets and Beads.


Plate 46. Indian Devices Sculptured on Rock at Independence, Ohio.


Plate 47. Ancient Pictographs — New Mexico.


Plate 48a. Totemic Devices, West River, (Vermont).


Plate 48b. Pictographs Inscription at Bellows' Falls, (Vermont).


Plate 49. Stones with Inscriptions and Skull from Grave Creek Mound.


Plate 50a. Near View of Inscription Rock.


Plate 50b. Monhegan Island, five miles distant.


Plate 51a. Antiquities from New York. Manlius Stone. A.


Plate 51b. Antiquities from New York. B.


Plate 52. Chinook Burial. Oregon.


Plate 53. Ancient Phoenician Inscription on a Tomb in Asia Minor.


Plate 54. Chippewa Tooth-work. Dental pictoral figures, on the inner bark of the Betula papyracea.


Plate 55. Idol of Teoyaomiqui.


Plate 56. Mexican Antiquities.


Plate 57. Mexican Antiquities.


Plate 58. Nocturnal Grave Light.


Plate 59. Pyramids of Teotihuacan.


Plate 60. Aztec Obsidian Mask, in a private collection in Mexico, one-third size of the original.


Plate 61a. Obsidian Masks.


Plate 61b. Obsidian Ring.


Plate 62. Group of Aztec Arms, Shields, and War-dress; from ancient authorities or the articles themselves.

-- vi --

Previous section

Next section


Schoolcraft, Henry Rowe.. History of the Indian Tribes of the United States: Their Present Condition and Prospects, and a Sketch of Their Ancient Status. Volume 6. . Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo and Co, 1857. [format: book; image], [genre: government document; report]. Permission: Northern Illinois University
Persistent link to this document: http://lincoln.lib.niu.edu/file.php?file=schoolcraft6.html
Powered by PhiloLogic