Indians of North America

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Arizona-New Mexico expedition, 1929

Arthur Pack's field notes from an expedition with William Finley in Arizona and New Mexico, April 6-May15, 1929. Activities described include documenting mountain lion hunting as well as a trip into the Grand Canyon.

Pack, Arthur Newton, 1893-1975

Kiutus Tecumseh and his father next to plane at Swan Island airport

Photograph of Kiutus Tecumseh (right) and his father, also Kiutus Tecumseh, standing next to a Hans Mirow Flying Service airplane at Swan Island airport in Portland on August 10, 1930. The younger Tecumseh is wearing a feather headdress and a beaded vest, gloves, and pants. He is holding a hatchet. The elder Tecumseh is wearing a cowboy hat, a collared shirt, a beaded vest and gloves, and breeches. On Monday, August 11, 1930, the Oregon Journal published a brief story about the two men on Page 11, under the headline “Two Indian Chiefs Tour Sky Lanes in Portland Airplane.” The Journal reported that the younger Kiutus Tecumseh, a singer, was on his fourth radio concert tour, and that he and his father had taken a flight with the Mirow service during a stop in Portland. The younger Tecumseh resided in Wenatchee, Washington, and the elder in Yakima, Washington, according to the story.

Kiutus Tecumseh and his father next to plane at Swan Island airport

Photograph of Kiutus Tecumseh (right) and his father, also Kiutus Tecumseh, standing next to a Hans Mirow Flying Service airplane at Swan Island airport in Portland on Sunday, August 10, 1930. The younger Tecumseh is wearing a feather headdress and a beaded vest, gloves, and pants. He is holding a hatchet. The elder Tecumseh is wearing a cowboy hat, a collared shirt, a beaded vest and gloves, and breeches. On Monday, August 11, 1930, the Oregon Journal published a brief story about the two men on Page 11, under the headline “Two Indian Chiefs Tour Sky Lanes in Portland Airplane.” The Journal reported that the younger Kiutus Tecumseh, a singer, was on his fourth radio concert tour, and that he and his father had taken a flight with the Mirow service during a stop in Portland. The younger Tecumseh resided in Wenatchee, Washington, and the elder in Yakima, Washington, according to the story.

Kiutus Tecumseh and his father posing with unidentified woman and plane

Photograph of Kiutus Tecumseh (left, in plane); his father, also Kiutus Tecumseh; and an unidentified woman at Swan Island airport in Portland on Sunday, August 10, 1930. They are posing with a Hans Mirow Flying Service airplane. On Monday, August 11, 1930, the Oregon Journal published a brief story about the two men on Page 11, under the headline “Two Indian Chiefs Tour Sky Lanes in Portland Airplane.” The Journal reported that the younger Kiutus Tecumseh, a singer, was on his fourth radio concert tour, and that he and his father had taken a flight with the Mirow service during a stop in Portland. The younger Tecumseh resided in Wenatchee, Washington, and the elder in Yakima, Washington, according to the story. In this photograph, the younger Tecumseh is standing in the rear seat of the plane and is holding a hatchet in one raised hand and some of the woman’s hair in the other hand. He is wearing a feather headdress and a beaded vest and gloves. The woman is standing on the ground in front of him, smiling; she is wearing a sweater, collared shirt, tie, and breeches. The elder Tecumseh, standing next to the woman, is wearing a cowboy hat, a collared shirt, a beaded vest and gloves, and breeches.

Kiutus Tecumseh and his father with plane at Swan Island airport

Photograph of Kiutus Tecumseh (left, in plane) and his father, also Kiutus Tecumseh, with a Hans Mirow Flying Service airplane at Swan Island airport in Portland on Sunday, August 10, 1930. The younger Tecumseh is wearing a feather headdress and a beaded vest and gloves. He is holding a hatchet. The elder Tecumseh is wearing a cowboy hat, a collared shirt, a beaded vest and gloves, and breeches. On Monday, August 11, 1930, the Oregon Journal published a brief story about the two men on Page 11, under the headline “Two Indian Chiefs Tour Sky Lanes in Portland Airplane.” The Journal reported that the younger Kiutus Tecumseh, a singer, was on his fourth radio concert tour, and that he and his father had taken a flight with the Mirow service during a stop in Portland. The younger Tecumseh resided in Wenatchee, Washington, and the elder in Yakima, Washington, according to the story.

Adrien Voisin, working on sculpture of Two Guns White Calf

Portrait of an artist in a smock and beret, sitting at sculptor’s table and working on a sculpture of a Blackfoot man. A cropped version of this photograph, along with image Nos. 371N2894 and 371N2895, was published on Page 3 of the Oregon Journal’s Sunday magazine on August 13, 1933. The photographs accompanied an article about Voisin, titled “Adventures of a Sculptor Among the Blackfeet Indians of Montana.” This photograph had the following caption: “Adrien Voisin, Portland sculptor, with a figure of Two-Guns-White Calf, the model of the Indian head on the buffalo nickel.” Also see image Nos. 371N2896, 371N2897, 371N2902, and 371N2903.

Sculpture of Native American man with animal skull

Photograph of a sculpture by Adrien Voisin that depicts a seated Native American man with an animal skull in his lap. A cropped version of this photograph, along with image Nos. 371N2565 and 371N2895, was published on Page 3 of the Oregon Journal Sunday magazine on August 13, 1933. The photographs accompanied an article about Voisin, titled “Adventures of a Sculptor Among the Blackfeet Indians of Montana.” This photograph had the following caption: “The Lost Buffalo Trail, depicting an old Indian pondering on the past glories of his tribe.” Also see image Nos. 371N2896, 371N2897, 371N2902, and 371N2903.

Bust of Blackfoot woman

Photograph, taken from the side, of a sculpture of a woman with braided hair. The bust was sculpted by Adrien Voisin. A cropped version of this photograph, along with image Nos. 371N2565 and 371N2894, was published on Page 3 of the Oregon Journal Sunday magazine on August 13, 1933. The photographs accompanied an article about Voisin, titled “Adventures of a Sculptor Among the Blackfeet Indians of Montana.” The caption for this photograph identified the bust as Ma-Mein-E-Ma of the Blackfoot people. Also see image Nos. 371N2896, 371N2897, 371N2902, and 371N2903.

Sculpture of nude male figure with arms raised

Photograph of a sculpture of a nude male figure with braided hair and upraised arms. The figure is looking upward and appears to be holding something in one hand. The sculpture is probably the work of artist Adrien Voisin; see image Nos. 371N2565, 371N2894, 371N2895, 371N2896, 371N2902, and 371N2903.

Bust of Su-Que-O-Sis-Con, Blackfoot people

Photograph of a bust of a Blackfoot man. The bust was made by sculptor Adrien Voisin. Carved at the base of the bust is the following text: “SU-QUE-O-SIS-CON / Blackfeet / A Voisin Sculptor / MONTANA 1929.” Also see image Nos. 371N2565, 371N2894, 371N2895, 371N2896, 371N2897, and 371N2903.

Bust of Ma-Ka, Blackfoot people

Photograph of a bust of a Blackfoot man. The bust was made by sculptor Adrien Voisin. Carved at the base of the bust is the following text: “MA-KA / Blackfeet / A Voisin Sculptor / MONTANA 1929.” Also see image Nos. 371N2565, 371N2894, 371N2895, 371N2896, 371N2897, and 371N2902.