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View more than 400 Native American objects selected and presented by the 11 represented communities. [...] »

Explore the meeting of the Plains Indians and Anglo Americans through the fine arts. [...] »

Historians endeavor to uncover Native American perspectives. [...] »

Historians have attempted to account for the great admiration that whites had for Tecumseh. [...] »

Artifacts preserve the lifestyles of current and former American Indian tribes of the Northern Great Plains, 1870-1954. [...] »

Four collections of data and documents address Federal Indian policy in the late 19th century. [...] »

Illustrations follow European interpretations of Native Americans, through images from popular culture, literary and political observations, and artistic representations. [...] »

Displays, explains, and interprets the Lakota pictorial histories known as winter counts. [...] »

Presents the letters and diaries of Kate and Sue McBeth, late 19th-century missionaries and teachers among the Nez Perce Indians. [...] »

Documents the 1704 raid on Deerfield, MA, by 300 French and their Native American allies. [...] »

 
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