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Native Americans/Tolerance/Kindness

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Language Arts And English +2 Age Levels Primary (5 to 8 years old), Elementary (9 to 12 years old)

This collection is part of my library's research project for 3rd and 4th grade students. Students will explore the history of various Native American tribes to understand how tribes have been impacted by intolerance. This is my library's way of aligning to the Kindness campaign on my campus.

Makah Wolf Dancer figure

National Museum of the American Indian

[Makah Seal Club] ca. 1886

National Anthropological Archives

Makah clam digger doll

National Museum of the American Indian

Shoshoni Indians

National Anthropological Archives

Shoshoni Indian women

National Anthropological Archives

"Shoshone chiefs" (Shoshoni)

National Anthropological Archives

29c Sacagawea mini sheet single

National Postal Museum

Sacagawea, (sculpture)

Art Inventories Catalog, Smithsonian American Art Museums

Chumash Sound Recording 23 JUL 1936

National Anthropological Archives

Navaho men

National Anthropological Archives

Navaho woman weaving blankets before 1903

National Anthropological Archives

"A Navaho Farm" Copyright 19 DEC 1906

National Anthropological Archives

Navajo infant in cradleboard Copyright 01 OCT 1906

National Anthropological Archives

"Zuni Indian village, Arizona Territory"

National Anthropological Archives

Zuni Indians at their pueblo

National Anthropological Archives

A Zuni Girl

Smithsonian American Art Museum

The Breadmaker [painting] / (photographed by Peter A. Juley & Son)

Archives and Special Collections, Smithsonian American Art Museum

Moccasins

National Museum of the American Indian

Mocassins

NMNH - Anthropology Dept.

Group of Arapaho and Pawnee 1907

National Anthropological Archives

Young Arapaho boy, Cheser, son of Jesse Bent 1892

National Anthropological Archives

Arapaho man, Left Hand or Nawat 1880

National Anthropological Archives

Portrait of Arapaho man, Little Raven, Jr Jun 1909

National Anthropological Archives

Arapaho Students; Most in School Uniform 1879

National Anthropological Archives

Child near Camp 1893

National Anthropological Archives

Man on Ground and Man [SItting Bull 1893

National Anthropological Archives

Hopi man

National Anthropological Archives

Hopi women

National Anthropological Archives

Hopi village

National Anthropological Archives

Hopi Snake Dancers

National Anthropological Archives

Hopi Buffalo Dance

National Museum of the American Indian

Hopi village of Shipaulovi

National Anthropological Archives

[Figures and rattles used in Hopi dances]

National Anthropological Archives

"Sioux chiefs"

National Anthropological Archives

Sioux Dog Feast

Smithsonian American Art Museum

War Dance, Sioux

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Ojibwa village

National Anthropological Archives

"Ojibwa tipi, Lake of the Woods"

National Anthropological Archives

Sha-có-pay, The Six, Chief of the Plains Ojibwa

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Ray Cloud, 1965

National Anthropological Archives

Psalm 23 in Cherokee

National Museum of the American Indian

Cherokee alphabet, and miscellaneous material notes

National Anthropological Archives

Cherokee women making pottery 1888

National Anthropological Archives

Cherokee Days 2014: Cherokee National Youth Choir

National Museum of the American Indian

Cherokee Days 2014: Cherokee Art with America Meredith

National Museum of the American Indian

Major Ridge, Portrait of Cherokee Indian

Smithsonian American Art Museum

We're Still Here: The Cherokee Syllabary

National Museum of the American Indian

Cherokee Days 2015: Traditional Dances 1

National Museum of the American Indian

Cherokee Storytelling with Gayle Ross 2

National Museum of the American Indian

Cherokee Dancer (Portrait of Iron Eyes Cody)

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Cherokee Days 2014: Flute Playing by Tommy Wildcat

National Museum of the American Indian

Moccasin

NMNH - Anthropology Dept.

Pawnee village

National Anthropological Archives

"Pawnee Indian"

National Anthropological Archives

Pawnee family group

National Anthropological Archives

Pawnee Man

National Museum of American History

Pawnee chief, Good Chief

National Anthropological Archives

"Indian domestic life in the Pawnee village"

National Anthropological Archives

Black Man--Arapaho

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Group of Arapaho Indians. ca. 1901

National Anthropological Archives

Arapaho man, Powder Face, wife and baby

National Anthropological Archives

Seminole camp 1920

National Anthropological Archives

Seminole dwellings

National Anthropological Archives

Two Seminole Indians, 1920, Florida 1920

National Anthropological Archives

"Seminole Indian home near Lake Okeechobee."

National Anthropological Archives

Micanopy - A Seminole Chief

National Portrait Gallery

Alligator figures

National Museum of the American Indian

Pueblo Bonito 1926 Drawing

National Anthropological Archives

Street in the Pueblo of Zuni, New Mexico

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Village ceremony

National Anthropological Archives

Beaded Cap

NMNH - Anthropology Dept.

Doll

NMNH - Anthropology Dept.

Jar

National Museum of the American Indian

Canteen

National Museum of the American Indian

Etow Oh Koam, King of the River Nation

National Portrait Gallery

Comanche Dancer

National Museum of the American Indian

Comanche Feats of Horsemanship

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Comanche Lodge of Buffalo Skins

Smithsonian American Art Museum

"Comanche camp on Shady Creek"

National Anthropological Archives

Comanche Nation Festival 7 - Flute Music

National Museum of the American Indian

El Comanche David, Talpa, NM

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Cheyenne chiefs

National Anthropological Archives

Cheyenne Camp 1867-75

National Anthropological Archives

"General view of Cheyenne village"

National Anthropological Archives

Cheyenne woman, China Woman with baby ca. 1890-1907

National Anthropological Archives

Vase

National Museum of the American Indian

Group Portrait of Six Men and Two Women 09 DEC 1898

National Anthropological Archives

Portrait of Go-Won-Go, Actress, in Costume n.d

National Anthropological Archives