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Mission Photograph Album - Indians #1

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Title

Mission Photograph Album - Indians #1

Description

Images related to ministries among Native Americans taken under the direction of the Board of Missions in the 1910s and 1920s

Date

1910-1920s

Creator

Board of Home Missions of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Subject

United States
Native Americans
Missions

Rights

Permission for use must be obtained from the General Commission on Archives and History. Contact e-mail is research@gcah.org

Publisher

The General Commission on Archives and History of The United Methodist Church. The United Methodist Archives and History Center. Madison, New Jersey

Identifier

Mission Photograph Albums - Indians #1

Items in the Mission Photograph Album - Indians #1 Collection

H5968 Arapaho Indian Camp. Oklahoma.

H6086 Indians in front of a soda and ice cream stand. Lawton, Oklahoma.

H6087 Indians in front of a soda and ice cream stand. Lawton, Oklahoma.

H6089 Indian women watching the train pull out of the station. Lawton, Oklahoma.

H6095 Indian women watching the train pull out of the station. Lawton, Oklahoma.

H6376 Yuma Indinas. Arizona.

H6377 Blind Joe. Indian interpreter for Brother Crouch. Arizona.

H6378 A Yuma House - Cocopah School House. Arizona.

Ind of S. A.

H6379 Matthew Juan Indian.

H6602 The church where Ramona was married. San Diego, California.

H6617 San Juan Capistrano, San Juan,
California.

H6639 A Chicago woman desired to adopt a child from this house but on learning she was an Indian returned her to the home in a few weeks because she was afraid of Indians.

H6448 A W[***] Indian family, the man a college graduate. Anadarko, Oklahoma.

H6449 Indian girl ready to start for town. Anadarko, Oklahoma.

H6450 Young Indian mother and child. Anadarko, Oklahoma.

H6451 Scene around Indian camp. Anardarko, Oklahoma.

H6452 W[***] Indian and son. The man is a Carlisle College graduate. Anararko, Oklahoma.

H6453 Group of W[***] Indians. Anadarko, Oklahoma.

H6454 Two little Indian girls. Anadarko, Oklahoma

H6455 Indian woman ready to start for town. Anadarko, Oklahoma.

H6456 Group of W[***] Indians. Anadarko, Oklahoma.

H6647 Ramona's Home near San Diego, California.

H6448 Ramona's Home near San Diego, California.

H6654 Tragedy might be her name for it tells the story of her sad young life. Near Oakland, California.

H6689 Yaqui Indian children.

H6744 Out on the Papago Indian Reservation. Arizona.

H6740 A Papago Indian village near Tucson, Arizona.

H6746 A Papago Indian Kitchen. Arizona.

H6748 Our Indian mission Church at Yuma, Arizona.

Ind of S. W.
H5749 Our Indian Mission - situated dangerously near a great irrigation ditch on one side and the constantly threatening Colorado River on the other side. Has been flooded several times. Yuma, Arizona.
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H6751 A Papago Indian Village. Arizona.
Ind of S. W.

H6752 Not a Pillsbury but a Papago grinding mill. (Again the Indian ducked the camera) Arizona.

H6754 The Sewing class. A group of Indian Girls on the Campus grounds of the Phoenix Indian School. Arizona.

H6755 Indian Girl Students at the Phoenix Arizona Indian School.

H6757 Parsonage of Indian Mission at Yuma, Arizona.

H6758 Reverend Couch, Missionary to the Yuma Indians, Arizona.

H6760 Indian girls at the Government Indian School. Phoenix Arizona.

H6761 The services are concluded and we are ready for the homeward journey. Gila River, Arizona.

H6762 Agency Headquarters and Presbyterian Mission on Gila River (Pima Indian Reservation) Gila River, Arizona.

H6763 Two Indian school boys. Phoenix Arizona.
Ind of S. W.

H6764 Reverend Crouch, missionary of the Woman's Home Missionary Society, to the Yuma Indians, Arizona.

H6765 One of the "First Americans" standing by a high boulder marked by the crude hieroglyphics of "forgotten Americans" - On Plaza at Phoenix Arizona.

H6801 Pima Indian Children. Indian Reservation, Gila River, Arizona.

H6802 Pima Indian Children. Indian Reservation, Gila River, Arizona.

H6803 Pima Indian Children. Indian Reservation, Gila River, Arizona.
For #H6804 see after #6934.

Ind of S. W.

H6860 Two aged Yuma Indian Women. Yuma, Arizona.

H6861 Festival Day at the Yuma Indian Mission. Yuma, Arizona.

H6862 Yuma child with no possibility of running away. Yuma, Arizona.

H6864 Four Yuma Indian Children.

H6865 Yuma mother and children. Yuma, Arizona.

H6865 Twin boys of Jose Horse-cut Tail. Yuma, Arizona

H6866 A typical Yuma Indian home. Arizona.

H6867 Four Yuma Indians standing in front of the Indian Mission Church. Yuma, Arizona.

H6868 Christmas Tree in Yuma Indian Mission Church. Yuma, Arizona.

H6932 Carmen Antonio, part Indian and part Mexican. She never knew her mother and had been deserted by her father. She is but 13 years old, and was taken from the orphanage by a Chicago lady who had intended to adopt her, but learning of the child's Indian blood and being afraid of Indians, returned Carmen to the orphanage where she waits the help of some one to obtain an education. California.

H6933 Carmen Antonio, part Indian and part Mexican. She never knew her mother and had been deserted by her father. She is but 13 years old, and was taken from the orphanage by a Chicago lady who had intended to adopt her, but learning of the child's Indian blood and being afraid of Indians, returned Carmen to the orphanage where she waits the help of some one to obtain an education. California.

H6934 Carmen Antonio, part Indian and part Mexican. She never knew her mother and had been deserted by her father. She is but 13 years old, and was taken from the orphanage by a Chicago lady who had intended to adopt her, but learning of the child's Indian blood and being afraid of Indians, returned Carmen to the orphanage where she waits the help of some one to obtain an education. California.

H6804 After all it is but a narrow stream that divides us. Gila River, Arizona.

H6941 Navajo Flocks, Navajo Reservation, Arizona.

H6942 Navajo women and their flocks. Navajo Reservation, Arizona.
H6943 A flock of sheep in Navajo Country.

H6961 San Juan Capistrano, California. Mission Indians.

H6986 Walk leading to Administration Building, Government Indian School, Phoenix, Arizona.

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H6987 Sewing class, Government Indian School. Phoenix, Arizona.
H6988 Indian Girls Government Indian School. Phoenix, Arizona.

H7026 Tewa Indian s[***] refusing to be photographed before her home. San Juan, New Mexico.

H7028 Miss Marie Martinez and load of Indian students, Espanola, New Mexico.

H7029 Hieroglyphics near tracks of Denver and Rio Grande Railroad some miles north of Chomita.

H7030 Cliff dwellers Pueblo on the top of the cliff - excavated community house, Puye Cliff, Espanola, New Mexico.

H7031 Tewa Indian s[***] making Pottery and drying some in sun. San Juan, New Mexico.

H7033 Tewa Indian two story Pueblo. San Juan, New Mexico.

H7036 Along Denver and Rio Grande Railroad some miles north of Chomita. Hieroglyphics ancient and modern. New Mexico.

H7037 Indian group at Railroad Station. Chomita, New Mexico

H7040 Door to cliff room, Puye cliff. Espanola, New Mexico.

H7041 Indian girl on roof arranging peppers for drying, San Juan, New Mexico.

H7045 Court and ruins of Community House on top of the cliff. Puye Cliff, Espanola, New Mexico.

H7046 Indian s[***] washing grain. Chomita, New Mexico.

H7047 A section of the Puye' Cliff. Puye' cliffs, New Mexico.

H7049 American Tewa Indians using automobile, San Juan, New Mexico.

H7050 Indian squaws washing wheat. New Mexico.

H7051 Government Indian School, San Juan, New Mexico.

H7053 Tewa Indian Types. San Juan, New Mexico.

H7054 Hieroglyphics along Denver and Rio Grande Railroad. Chomita, New Mexico.

H7057 Erosion at Eastern end of Cliff. Puye' Cliff, Espanola, New Mexico.

H7058 Inside of Council Chamber. Puye' Cliff, New Mexico.

H7059 Top of Council chamber, Puye' cliff. Espanola, New Mexico.

H7060 Section of the South side of Cliff. Puye' Cliff, New Mexico.

H7061 View over Valley to the South. Puye' Cliff, Espanola, New Mexico.

H7062 Path up the cliff worn by long trail. Puye' Cliff, Espanola, New Mexico.

H7063 Section of south side of cliff near Espanola. Puye' Cliffs, New Mexico.

H7064 Low ceilinged cliff room. Puye' cliff, New Mexico.

H7406 Reverend Canse and a Siwash Indian S[***] who claims she is over 100 years old. Washington.

H7334 Tepees of the Crow Indians near Billings, Montana

H7407 Indians in Cedar Dug-out canoe on a Rapid. Sauk River near Darrington Washington, September 1911.

H7461 Kalispel Indians on Pend Oreille River.

H7462 Indians Sweat Bath. Washington

H7468 Indian grave yard at Goodwin Mission Stevens County, near Colville. A Catholic Mission.

H7973 Isleta mother and babe.

H7974 Navajo Indian combing a Navajo blanket.

H8502 Indian burying ground. Kansas.

H8768 North American Indians.

H8770 North American Indian. He dislikes to be photographed. Montana.

H9782 Lucille Carpenter, a full blooded Sioux Indian. South Dakota.

H9810 The Indian Mission church Yuma Reservation. Arizona.

H9783 Helen Brown, full blooded Sioux Indian. South Dakota.

H9784 Madaline Jennyss, three-fourths Sioux Indian. South Dakota.

H9811 The blind interpreter used by Reverend J. A. Crouch, Missionary to the Yuma and Cocopahs.