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Vikings : Columbus : Spanish Explorers : English Explorers : More Explorers & Maps : Native Americans
Native American Tribes : Native American Culture

The Vikings

  • Viking Ships: Images of ships on sea and land.

  • Viking Boats: Six engravings of boats, including one with Leif Erickson and the discovery of tne New World.

  • Viking Weapons: Norsemen carrying their weapons.

  • Viking Warriors: Warriors trading with the natives, discovering grapes, and exploring the shores of Vineland.


  • Christopher Columbus: Six portraits of Columbus showing a wide variety of interpretations of his appearance throughout his life.

  • Pictures of Christopher Columbus: Pictures of Christopher Columbus showing him seeking help to finance his journey, going to the convent at La Rabida with his son, and being recalled to court.

  • Christopher Columbus Images: Various views of the explorer landing in the New World, processions in Spain upon his return, and one depicting Columbus and the egg.

  • Columbus Voyage: Columbus's voyage with views of Columbus and his frustrated crew and different artistic versions of his first landing in America.

  • Christopher Columbus Ships: Columbus's most famous ships -- the Nina, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria.

  • Santa Maria Ships: Six Santa Maria ships including a picture of her wreck in a storm.

  • Christopher Columbus Maps: Four maps and images of two monuments built in Columbus's honor.

  • Christopher Columbus Clip Art: Features Columbus in chains, his flags, and his coat of arms.

  • Ferdinand and Isabella: The king and queen alone, together, and with Columbus.

Spanish Explorers

  • Amerigo Vespucci: One color and six black and white images of Vespucci, including a portrait, and images of him landing on the continent, departing from Cadiz, and having a conversation with Columbus.

  • Vespucci: Vespucci images on this page, with pics of his ship, a battle with natives, and gigantic savages.

  • Juan Ponce de Leon: Juan Ponce de Leon taking a dip in the fountain of youth, in St. John's River, wounded in Florida, and being carried back to his ship.

  • Vasco Nunez de Balboa: Five different depictions of de Balboa discovering the Pacific, and one of him being beheaded.

  • Ferdinand Magellan: Images about Magellan including one fabulous color picture of him leading a procession before leaving on an expedition, and another of him exploring the strait that bears his name.

  • Magellan: Magellan's victorious ship, a portrait, the starvation of his crew, an island queen receiving a mirror, and his heroic death.

  • Hernando Cortes: Cortes sailing for Mexico, his first view of the capital, and more.

  • Montezuma: Montezuma meeting Cortes, making an offering of gold in exchange for peace, the slaughter of Cholulans, and Aztec temple, and Montezuma's fall.

  • Hernando de Soto: Views of de Soto seeing the Mississippi River for the first time, and an image of his return to Spain.

  • de Soto: De Soto with captive Indians, his death and burial, and two maps outlining his route to the Isthmus of Panama and to the Gulf of Mexico.

  • Francisco Pizarro: Pizarro in an altercation with Almageo, the execution of Atahuallpa, the heroic defense of Cuzco, and Pizarro's assassination.

  • Pizarro: Pizarro with his men in Peru and the Incans they encountered.

  • Spanish Explorers: Group portraits, drawings of ships, Spaniards destroying Mexican idols and gambling, giving thanks before an image of the virgin, and more.

English Explorers

  • John Cabot: The elder Cabot taking possession for England, as well as his ship in various locations.

  • Sir Francis Drake: Drake and pictures of him being knighted by Queen Elizabeth and capturing a galleon.

  • Francis Drake: Portraits of Drake as as a young boy and his funeral.

  • Sir Walter Raleigh: Various portraits of the man.

  • Walter Raleigh: Images of Raleigh including his knighting by the Queen, one of his ships, his "joy" in prison, and his imminent death on the scaffold.

  • Roanoke Colony: The lost colony and its remains.

  • Henry Hudson: Engravings of the Half-Moon ascending the Hudson River at Yonkers.

  • English Explorers: Notable explorers including Frobisher, Hawkins, Cavendish, and that great patron of exploration -- Queen Elizabeth.

More Explorers & Maps

  • Jacques Cartier: The French explorer takes possession of New France and the Gaspe Coast, erects a cross, and speaks to Donnacona on this page.

  • Famous Explorers: John Verrazzano, Narvaez, Sebastian Cabot, and Vasco de Gama.

  • Age of Exploration: Seven black and white and color maps showing routes of voyage and discovery.

Native Americans

  • Geronimo: Seven black and white and color images of the war-chief of the Apaches.

  • Hiawatha: Seven black and white drawings of Hiawatha as a child and with Nokomis.

  • Hiawatha the Indian: Six more beautiful color illustrations of Hiawatha, as a child, a man, and with Minnehaha.

  • Iroquois Hiawatha: Six additional color pictures of Hiawatha as a boy hunting and with Iagoo and Nokomis.

  • Osceola: An assortment of different depictions of the famous leader of the Seminoles.

  • Pocahontas: Seven amazing color illustrations show her progression through life from a young girl to her appearance before the queen as Lady Rebecca.

  • Pocahonatas's Life: More black and white etchings including her rescue of Captain John Smith, her baptism, and her marriage to John Rolfe.

  • Chief Pontiac: Pictures of the Ottawa leader who became famous for his role in Pontiac's Rebellion.

  • Sitting Bull: Six images of the great Sioux leader, including portraits, battle scenes, and drawings of the interior and exterior of his teepee.

  • Chief Sitting Bull: Six photos of Chief Sitting Bull along with various members of his family.

  • Tecumseh Indian Chief: Six images including him giving a speech, saving the lives of prisoners, and his death.

  • Famous Indian Chiefs: Famous Indian Chiefs King Philip, Chief Pontiac, Little Turtle, Logan, Black Hawk, and a group portrait of Cornstalk, Logan, and Red Eagle.

  • Indian Chiefs: More images of wonderfully decorated Sioux, Kiowa, Otoe, Mandan, Pottawatomie, and Seneca leaders.

  • Native American Chiefs: Additional images of chiefs from the Menomonies, Sauk, Gros Ventres, Cheyenne, Seminole, and Sioux tribes.

  • Native American Women: Six illustrations and one photograph of lovely Kiowa Annie, Annie Red Shirt, and Cofachiqui, the Indian princess, presenting a string of pearls to de Soto.

  • North American Indians: Black Hawk, Logan, Tecaughretanego, the Treaty with Five Nations, and Native Americans with their horses.

  • American Indians: Etchings of American Indians spear fishing, holding council, visiting a burying ground, and involved in conflict.

Native American Tribes

  • Algonquin: Five wonderful photographs of Algonquin Indians.

  • Anasazi: Pictures of ancient cave dwellings, restored tower and cliff houses, and an etching of an attack on a village.

  • Anasazi Indians: Six more pictures of Anasazi Indians' including vases, pottery, dwellings, and rock inscriptions.

  • Apache: Apache scouts, and warriors, as well as an image of the Apaches treating for peace with General Crook, and the surrender of the Chiricahuas and their captives.

  • Apache Indians: Portraits of Naiche, Chief Pacer, and Dr. Carlos Montezuma, along with others.

  • Blackfoot: A Blackfoot family at home, mounted Blackfoot, pictures of men, and one old woman.

  • Blackfoot Indians: Six additional images of Blackfoot Indians include a chief, medicine man, mounted Blackfeet traveling through snow, and other portraits.

  • California Indians: Mission Indians of Southern California, Diggers in a canoe and on land, and an Native American woman of the Sacramento River.

  • Cherokee: Cherokee women making pottery, a portrait of a girl in native dress, and more are on this page.

  • Cherokee Indians: Two pictures of Sequoya, the inventor of the Cherokee alphabet, and four other Cherokee Indians.

  • Cheyenne: Images of a chief, the Battle of Rosebud, a pow wow, and the capture of Black Kettle's camp.

  • Cheyenne Indians: A lodge and burial ground, as well as images of warriors and chiefs.

  • Chippewa Indians: Oshawahnah, a Chippewa chief, Chippewa Indians fishing from canoes, and three more drawings of individuals.

  • Chippewa Tribe: Chippewa Tribemembers on this page were all drawn by George Catlin and provide portaits of the nine Chippewa who visited Longon on tour with Catlin's Gallery in 1845, as well as drawings done by Chippewa showing their version of heaven and their first meetings with the white man.

  • Choctaw: Two men, three pictures of ball-players, and one showing the Eagle Dance of the Choctaw.

  • Choctaw Indians: A portrait of two girls, a woman pounding corn, another woman in partial native dress, a group portrait and more.

  • Comanche: Quanah Parker, principal chief of the Comanches and members of his family, Indians stealing cows, and two portraits of warriors.

  • Comanche Indians: Six more portraits of Comanche Indians.

  • Cree: A medicine man in full regalia, an camp scene, and four portraits of tribe members.

  • Creek Indians: Five pictues of Creek Indians in the Battle of Talladega, in a canoe fight, and an image of a Creek chieftan.

  • Crow Indians: A Crow grandmother, mother, and child, a group of mounted Crow women, and a medicine Crow in native dress.

  • Dakota Indians: Portraits of chiefs in partial native dress, and also a picture of Dakota Indians playing a game of plum stones.

  • Hopi: Photographs of several ceremonies such as the Walpi new fire rite, the tablet dance, and the bean planting ceremony.

  • Hopi Indians: Images of the Snake Dance and a photo of Hopi children.

  • Hopi Religion: The altar of the horned priests, and other artifacts use in ceremonies.

  • Hopi Ceremonies: Photographs of paraphenalia used at Hopi Ceremonies and an Indian drawing of the Corn Maidens grinding corn.

  • Hopi Kachina Masks: Two views of a kachina helmet mask, rain kachinas at Walpi, and an Indian drawing representing a war kachina.

  • Iroquois:Dwellings, a war dance, and three images of Hiawatha.

  • Iroquois Indians: Engravings show an Iroquois chief, a long house at Onondaga, and several battle images.

  • Iroquois Tribe: A woman and baby with a cradleboard, a group of children beside a wooden boat, and several portraits.

  • Kiowa: Five portraits of chiefs with images of Satanta, Lone Wolf, and Big Tree.

  • Lakota Indians: Images of Spotted Tail, Rain-in-the-Face, Chief Big Joseph, Conquering Bear, and Red Cloud.

  • Lakota Sioux: Six portraits including ones of Big Foot, White Hawk, Kicking Bear, Hollow Horn Bear, and others.

  • Mandan: A chief, scenes from a Mandan village and burial ground, a medicine man in bearskin, and a woman and papoose.

  • Moduc Indians: Captain Jack (not Sparrow), Hooker Jim, Modocs on the war path, in their stonghold and attacking some commissioners.

  • Mohawk Indians: Three different portraits of Chief Joseph Brandt, King Hendrick, another Mohawk chief, a treaty of peace, and a drawing titled The Mohawk's Last Arrow.

  • Moundbuilders: A square mound at Marieta, a graded way near Piketon, and an elephant and a great serpent mound which can be seen here.

  • Moundbuilders: Relics of the Mound Builders including spear heads, stone pipes, a vase, and several clay vessels.

  • Navajo: Images of a man with silver ornaments, a loom, a boy, a scene from the Navajo Fire Dance, and two pictures of Navajo chiefs.

  • Navajo Indians: Pics of a blanket weaver and loom, an old warrior with lance and shield, and a Navajo Indian and child at their home in Canyon de Chelle.

  • Nez Perce: Two pictures of Chief Joseph, the Battle of Canyon Creek, a boy and a papoose, and a Nez Perce camp.

  • Osage: Three warriors and several chiefs on this page depicting the Osage.

  • Pawnee Indians: Pawnee Indians in ceremonial dress to illustrate Hako, a Pawnee ceremoney, as well as chiefs and a group portrait of several Pawnee.

  • Plains Indians: Eight images of Arapahoes, Crows, Shoshones, and scenes of buffalo hunts and conflict on the plains.

  • Ponca: Two pictures of Chief Standing Buffalo along with White Eagle, Standing Bear, Big Chief, and Hairy Bear.

  • Potawatomi: Potawatomi chiefs, a village scene, and a man ready for travel.

  • Powhatan: Pocahontas, Chief Powhatan and his brother, Opecancanough.

  • Pueblo: A Pueblo church, a carreta, a procession on the day of the saints, pueblo clothing, a pueblo cacique, and more.

  • Pueblo Indians: A group of natives, some Pueblo girls, water carriers, a dance in the pueblo, and views of pueblo apartments.

  • Pueblo People: Pueblo girls winnowing beans and selling clay images, a young hunter, a clotho spinning in the sun, a young maiden, and a Pueblo and cart.

  • Pueblo Indian Dwellings: Views of characteristic pueblo houses, a village, the house of a chief, and pueblos of Laguna and Taos, New Mexico.

  • Sauk Indians: Three pictures of Black Hawk, one picture of his son, and two pics of Keokuk, also known as The Watchful Fox.

  • Seminole Tribe: A Seminole family inside a chickee, a young man skinning a wild turkey, and the first photo taken at Pine Island, Florida.

  • Seminole Indians: A scene of the Seminole War, and Seminoles Billy Bowlegs, Osceola, Hillishago, and Micanope.

  • Seneca Indians: Red Jacket, Seneca cheif and orator, Corn Planter, another Seneca chief, and an illustration of a massacre in Wyoming.

  • Shawnee: Pictures of the famous chief, Tecumseh, along with images of his brother, The Prophet, and the Battle of Tippecanoe.

  • Sioux: Selection of chiefs -- Hollow Horn Bear, Leading Hawk, Red Cloud, Chief Gall, and others.

  • Sioux Indians: Little Crow, Little Paul, the capture of an Indian camp, a group of Sioux chiefs and more.

  • Sioux Indian Tribe: Scenes of an Indian council, the death of a Sioux chief in an attack, and portraits of Sioux chiefs.

  • Sioux Indian Tribe: The Sioux method of dressing the hair, a medicine chief, a village, Sioux artifacts, and sadly, a "massacre" and subsequent execution of many members of the Sioux Indian Tribe.

  • Sioux Clothing: A fabulous color illustration of Red Cloud's ornamented buckskin war shirt, and more Sioux Indians in full regalia.

  • Sioux Native Americans: Lovely photographs of three Sioux women and four Sioux men in native dress.

  • Utes: Chiefs and also warriors on the lookout for wagon trains.

  • Ute Indians: Images of Chief Ouray, Chief Colorow, Chief Washington, and Chief Piah.

  • Zuni: Etchings of Zuni dwellings, pueblos, altars, a vegetable garden, a farm house, and a Zuni woman at a window.

Native American Culture

  • Native American Art: Native American art drawn on paper and on buffalo robes and shields.

  • Native American Artifacts: A drawing of a stone pipe, Zuni drinking vessels, two baby cradles, a wampum belt and currency, and various relics of the cliff dwellers.

  • Native American Baskets: Photographs of beautiful baskets from various tribes.

  • Native American Beadwork: Tobacco pouches, a cradle, a totem, bead cases and knife sheaths.

  • Indian Clothing: A Kiowa ceremonial headdress, ornamental tobacco pouches, a shell necklace, and a full sized illustration of a Delaware chief in his wonderful regalia.

  • Native American Clothes: A beaded buckskin clothes bag, moccasins, leggings, pouches, and drawings of a warrior and chief.

  • Native American Clothing: Full-color drawings of two gorgeous headdresses, apache caps, moccasins, shirts, and a red Cheyenne dress ornamented with elk's teeth and beads.

  • Native American Crafts: Six lovely color illustrations of dolls made by Indians of different tribes.

  • Native American Designs: A fancy blanket band, Sioux beaded garters, an Arapahoe war shield, and some beaded bags and pouches.

  • Native American Drawings: Drawings done on buffalo robes by Crow, Pawnee, and Mandan tribe members.

  • Native American Flutes: Drawings in color and black and white of two paintings and a photograph of Native Americans playing this instrument.

  • American Indian Clipart: A Navajo man, a "Noble Red Man," Indians in war paint, on horseback and more.

  • Native American Clipart: Illustrations of bows and arrows and shields, a Native American girl and Pocahontas, pottery and a blanket, a chiefs, and Indians in a canoe.

  • Native American Designs Symbols: These Native American Designs Symbols and totems were drawn by George Catlin as he observed them on rocks and trees during his travels with the Northern American Indians.

  • Native American Graphics: Flatbow and Kootenai Indians, an Indian baby in her cradle, warriors and their wives, a Minataree Indian doing the Dog Dance, a chief in full dress, and Indian dancers impersonating Night and Day.

  • Native American Patterns: Seven full color patterns based on the beadwork patterns.

  • Native American Pictures: Nine more images of Southern Indians, a ceremonial invocation, a sachem,and a drawing titled Lamentation.

  • Native American Symbols: Various examples of picture writing.

  • Native American Jewelry: Close-up drawings of Missouria, Kiowa, and Kansas men wearing elaborate.

  • Kachina: Line drawings including a turkey cock, buffalo, mocking bird, hawk, owl and wasp kachinas.

  • Kachina Dolls:The red hawk, bee, owl, snipe, hummingbird, and Cooper's hawk.

  • Native American Kachina Dolls: A tcanau, buffalo maid, chicken, owl, eagle, and a duck.

  • Native American Medicine: Images of ornamented Medicine Men, views of Mandan medicine or mystery lodges, and scenes from their ceremonies.

  • Native American Music: Images of sheet music, along with a Chippewa Indian song drawn on birch bark.

  • Native American Paintings: Hand-tinted paintings depict the Indian in his canoe, an interview of Samoset with the Pilgrims, ball playing, Indians making a offering to the dead, an Indian war dance, and an Indian encampment west of the Mississippi.

  • Native American Pottery: Zuni water vases, paint, and condiment cups, Tesuke water vases, and fragments.

  • Teepees: Six illustrations of tipis, tepees, or Teepees .

  • Native American Tools: Described as being "methods employed by Indians of halfting stone weapons."

  • Native American Weapons: A set of black and white drawings of bows, arrows, arrowheads, shields, spears, lances, quivers, and more.

  • Indian Weapons: Six color illustrations of tomahawks, clubs, knives, sling shots, sheaths, bows, arrows, bow cases, and quivers.

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