Navajo Indian sand painting actually shows a Yei rug
Indian Affairs. Laws and Treaties
Bill of goods, specifically guns and ammunition for Goshute and Shoshone Indians
Retells the story of the creation of the Deep Creek Mountains by Mother Hawk after Coyote steals her breakfast
Copy of original treaty with amendments added by the U.S. Senate.
Near Malad, Idaho. The reservation was set up by the Mormon Church. Schoolhouse at Washakie. Donor & Photog: Charles Kelly.
Ute Treaty, 1868
This document provides an account of the demographics of the White River Indians, including ages, names, and gender
A Navajo agent asks the Southern Ute agent to prevent Utes from entering the borders of the Navajo reservation