Native American Heritage
     
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  Siegriest, Louis B. "Pueblo turtle dancers from an Indian painting, New Mexico." 1939 Work Projects Administration Poster Collection, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.  
     
     
  Dixon, Joseph Kossuth. "Two Native Americans, wearing feather headdresses, looking at photographic film . . ." 1913. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C.  
     
     
 
"President Coolidge being made Sioux Chief by Henry Standing Bear." c1927. Prosperity and Thrift: The Coolidge Era and the Consumer Economy, Library of Congress.
 
     
     
 
"Kings Island [i.e. King Island, or Ukivok] - Native Eskimo." c1906. Frank and Frances Carpenter collection, Library of Congress.
 
     
     
  Curtis, E.S. "Two Strike (The North American Indian; v.03)" 1908. Edward S. Curtis's The North American Indian: Photographic Images, Library of Congress.  
     
     
  Booklet design by Ed Schneider and Brook Mowrey; Cover illustration by Stuart Armstrong. "Omaha Indian Music Album Booklet Cover." 1985. Library of Congress.  
     
     
  "Native American flutes." Library of Congress.  
     
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