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A Choctaw Woman, 1834 by George Catlin A village of the Hidatsa tribe at Knife River, 1832 by George Catlin Ah-yaw-ne-tak-o‡r-ron, a Warrior, 1831 by George Catlin
Attacking the Grizzly Bear, 1844 by George Catlin Ball Players by George Catlin Ball-Play Dance, 1835 by George Catlin
Ball-play of the Choctaw--Ball Up, 1850 by George Catlin Buffalo Bull Grazing, 1845 by George Catlin Buffalo Bull's Back Fat (Stu-mick-o-sœcks) Head Chief of the Blood Tribe (Blackfoot), 1832 by George Catlin
Co-ee-h‡-jo, a Seminole Chief, 1837 by George Catlin Dance to the Berdache (Sac and Fox) by George Catlin H‡-tchoo-tœc-knee, Snapping Turtle, a Half-breed, 1834 by George Catlin
H—-ra-t—-a, a Brave, Fort Union (Crow/Apsaalooke), 1832 by George Catlin H—l-te-m‡l-te-tŽz-te-nŽek-ee, Sam Perryman (Creek Chief), 1834 by George Catlin Kœt-tee-o-tœb-bee, How Did He Kill, a Noted Brave (Choctaw), 1834 by George Catlin
Kee-o-kuk (The Running Fox), 1839 by George Catlin Kei-a-gis-gis, a woman of the Plains Ojibwa, 1832 by George Catlin Little Bear, Hunkpapa Brave, 1832 by George Catlin
M—-sho-la-tœb-bee, He Who Puts Out and Kills, Chief of the Tribe, 1834 by George Catlin Mah-to-toh-pe (Four Bears, Mandan chief), 1833 by George Catlin Osage warrior of the Wha-sha-she band (a subdivision of Hunkah), 1834 by George Catlin
Osceola, Head Chief, Seminole, 1838 by George Catlin See-non-ty-a, an Iowa Medicine Man, 1845 by George Catlin Sha-k—-ka (mint), a Mandan girl, 1832 by George Catlin
Shonka Sabe (Black Dog). Chief of the Hunkah division of the Osage tribe, 1834 by George Catlin Sioux War Council by George Catlin The White Cloud, Head Chief of the Iowa, 1845 by George Catlin
Tul-lock-ch’sh-ko, Drinks the Juice of the Stone (Choctaw), 1834 by George Catlin Tul-lock-ch’sh-ko, Drinks the Juice of the Stone, in Ball-player's Dress (Choctaw), 1834 by George Catlin