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Charles A. Zimmerman Stereoview of Mah-we-do-ke-Shick (Spirit of the Skies), Chippewa Chief, Very Brave,
2007, Western & Historic Americana, Dec 6th and 7th
on regular-sized yellow mount with his St. Paul imprint. He wears a Hudson Bay blanet,a wool cloth hood with bead edging, and around his neck an early style bandolier bag with a finger woven yarn and bead pouch. He holds a Great Lakes style steatite pipe.

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Light soiling on mount, light tones.
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<i>A Peep at Buffalo Bill's Wild West,</i>
Lot # 603 - A Peep at Buffalo Bill's Wild West,
New York: McLoughlin Bros., 1887. 4to, chromolithographed boards with cloth spine, 18 pp cardboard with chromolithographed scenes from the Wild West show, center 2-page stagecoach scene, other pages with poetry text on left, full color page on right. Juvenile book. > Item Details
Two Framed Revolutionary War Manuscript Receipts,
Lot # 3212 - Two Framed Revolutionary War Manuscript Receipts,
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Fine Cabinet Card of May Lillie,
Lot # 612 - Fine Cabinet Card of May Lillie,
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Civil War Diary of Martin Trough, 14th West Virginia Infantry and POW,
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Hamilton and Hoyt Stereoview of Winnebagos Posed in Front of their Wigwam,
Lot # 146 - Hamilton and Hoyt Stereoview of Winnebagos Posed in Front of their Wigwam,
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Important 1854 Boston Ship's Boy Diary,
Lot # 902 - Important 1854 Boston Ship's Boy Diary,
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Scarce Dayton, Ohio, Handbill Entitled <i>Grand Celebration in Honor of Wright Bro's</i>,
Lot # 3421 - Scarce Dayton, Ohio, Handbill Entitled Grand Celebration in Honor of Wright Bro's,
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Stereoview of <i>Group of Indian Students on Arrival at Hampton</i>,
Lot # 265 - Stereoview of Group of Indian Students on Arrival at Hampton,
founded in 1868 during the early years of Reconstruction, Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute was established to educate and train young African-Americans to lead their newly freed people. Located in southeastern Virginia, Hampton Institute established a formal program for American Indians in ... > Item Details
Savage and Ottinger CDV of Pahvant Ute Group, with Chief Kanosh,
Lot # 371 - Savage and Ottinger CDV of Pahvant Ute Group, with Chief Kanosh,
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Two WWII Military and Other Banners,  Medals and Shoulder Patches,
Lot # 3240 - Two WWII Military and Other Banners, Medals and Shoulder Patches,
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Cabinet Card Portrait of Geronimo at Fort Sill, O.T.,
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[NEWSPAPER] Confederate Newspaper with First Account of Battle of Bull Run,
Lot # 790 - [NEWSPAPER] Confederate Newspaper with First Account of Battle of Bull Run,
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Albumen Boudoir Photograph of a Kiowa Indian with a Winchester Rifle,
Lot # 216 - Albumen Boudoir Photograph of a Kiowa Indian with a Winchester Rifle,
and wearing a full feather bonnet. Ink identification verso, Kiwah [sic] Indian Scout. Photographer unidentified, circa 1880s. > Item Details
Image Group of Confederate Officer <i>James Crowder</i> and Family,
Lot # 695 - Image Group of Confederate Officer James Crowder and Family,
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Group of Colorado Stereoviews, Including Wm. H. Jackson,
Lot # 3024 - Group of Colorado Stereoviews, Including Wm. H. Jackson,
photographers include W.H. Jackson, J.L. Clinton, Geo. E. Mellen, F.A. Nims & Cunningham, mainly landscapes, but includes several fine townscapes. > Item Details
CDV of Yankton Nakota (Sioux) Man,
Lot # 269 - CDV of Yankton Nakota (Sioux) Man,
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Fine Wilson and Havens Stereoview of <i>Indian Camp Fire Scene, ," width="224" />
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Photograph of the <i>U.S.S. Akron</i> with Frame Made from the Duraluminum Used In Construction of the Airship,
Lot # 999 - Photograph of the U.S.S. Akron with Frame Made from the Duraluminum Used In Construction of the Airship,
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William G. Chamberlain  Albumen Photograph of Chief Ouray, Ute,
Lot # 376 - William G. Chamberlain Albumen Photograph of Chief Ouray, Ute,
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Matania's WWI Poster <i>Help The Horse...</i>,
Lot # 817 - Matania's WWI Poster Help The Horse...,
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