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James Bay Cree Hood 1860-1890 Woold, velvet, glass beads;Infinity of Nations: Art and History in the Collections of the National Museum of the American Indian - George Gustav Heye Center, New York

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Photos: The Awá Indians in Brazil's Eastern Amazon

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West Main Cree Hood - About 1840

Cree Hood, about 1840

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Sioux beaded hide cradle - Sinew-sewn and fully beaded using bead colors of red white-heart, dark blue, pea green, greasy yellow, and white; with large beaded rawhide tab on hood; lined with plaid polished cotton; hide thong closures, length 25.25 in. fourth quarter 19th century

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Oh Great Spirit who made all races. Look kindly upon the whole human family and take away the arrogance and hatred which separate us from our brothers. —Cherokee Prayer [Artwork by Charles Frizzell]

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Native American Artist Rance Hood

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Original NATIVE AMERICANS now you see were the light Indians start to come in hell they been mixen so there already there when Chris Columbus gets there we were chillen in our own hood

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A beautiful picture of Native Americans in Winter. It was created in 1908 by Edward S. Curtis. The picture presents Two Crow (Apsaroke) Indian men. One is horseback. The ground is covered with snow, and trees and hillside are seen in the background.

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Eastern Subarctic ~ Eastern Cree | Woman's hood; stroud, cotton cloth, glass beads, silk ribbon, cotton thread | 19th century (1830 - 1850) || Displays a style of graceful floral beadwork typical of the James Bay Cree. Hoods were a necessary head-and-shoulder covering in the bitter winters of the North; however, finely beaded examples such as this one may have been reserved for special occasions.

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Anishinaabe hood ca. 1860–1880 Canada Wool cloth, silk ribbons, glass beads 69 x 28 cm Purchase 13/5898

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