Studio portrait of Bob Tail and his son Joseph Bobtail who is wearing a school uniform.
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Studio portrait of Chief Big Horse and his son, Hubbell Big Horse. Chief Big Horse wears traditional clothing and Hubbell is wearing a school uniform.
Portrait of chiefs Brother-to-All, Like the Bear, Poor Wolf, Son-of-the-Star, and American Horse posed with interpreters John Bridgeman and John Smith, standing in front of the bandstand on the school grounds.
Note: The other version of this image (Related Images), is the uncropped version which also has Richard Henry Pratt in the…
Studio portrait of (back row, left to right): David (Kills Without Wounding), Nathan (Ear), Pollock Spotted Tail; and (front row, left to right): Marshall (Marshall Bad Milk), and Hugh (Running Horse). All are wearing school uniforms.
Studio portrait of Tso-de-ar-ko, a Wichita chief, and Wild Horse, a Comanche chief, with Mr. Clark, an interpreter.
Studio portrait of two visiting chiefs holding folding fans.
They are identified in Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections version of this image as White Man, Apache Chief (at left) and Stumbling Bear, Kiowa Chief (at right).
Studio portrait of Red Dog, a Sioux chief, with Lizzie Glode and Lucy Day.
The student newspaper reports that Red Dog visited the school in August 1880.
Studio portrait of Standing Bear, a Sioux chief, with his son, Luther Standing Bear.
Studio portrait of William Fletcher (standing) and his uncle, Old Crow (seated). Old Crow is wearing a large overcoat.
Studio portrait of a Joactoras, a visiting Arapaho chief.
Studio portrait of Lois Pretty Scalp.
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections also has a copy of this version (CIS-P-0018).
Studio portrait of a visitor to the school, presumably a chief. He is identified on the reverse as Roan Horse from the Apache nation.
The Cumberland County Historical Society's version of this image identifies him as Ai-sia-tiw-me or Comanche John.
Note: A researcher has indicated that Comanche John was actually Comanche, but…
Studo portrait of an unidentified male student in school uniform.
Studio portrait of Strike Axe, a visting Osage chief.
Studio portrait of Brule Iron Eagle Feather wearing school uniform.
The National Anthropolgoical Archives version of this image dates it to October 1888.
Studio portrait of five unidentified male students and four unidentified female students.
Cataloging for the National Anthropological Archives version of this image identifies the students as from the Chippewa nation and the date of the image as August 31, 1889.
Studio of a visiting chief, identified by the applied name tag as Fast Thunder.
Note: An image of this chief is included in the composite group of visiting Sioux chiefs (linked to in Related Images) but there his attached name tag identifies him as Fire Lightning. There is another individual portrait of a visiting chief, and in it he is…
Studio portrait of a visiting chief, identified by the applied name tag as Fire Lightning.
Note: An image of this chief is included in the composite group of visiting Sioux chiefs (linked to in Related Images) but there his attached name tag identifies him as Fire Thunder. There is another individual portrait of visiting chief, and in…
Studio portrait of a visiting chief, identified by the ribbon on his lapel as Young Man Afraid of Horses.
This image is also included as part of the composite group of visiting Sioux chiefs (linked to in Related Images). In that he is identified as Young Man Afraid of his Horses.
Studio portrait of Little Dog, a Piegan chief.
Posed picture of the interior of the gymnasium with male students.
This image appears in United States Indian School Carlisle, Penna (Carlisle, PA: The School, [1895?]), p. 32.
This image was probably originally taken by student photographer John Leslie, who is credited with many of the images in the pamphlet.
Though previously unidentified, a researcher has offered the following details about this photo. The sitters are all Comanche from Oklahoma. Pictured is Red Elk (seated left), Isatia (sometimes spelled Eshiti or called White Eagle, standing left), Chief Quanah Parker, Harold Parker (student and oldest son of Quanah Parker). The women pictured…
Studio portrait of James Browndog around 1901.
Studio portrait of art instructor Angel De Cora in Native American clothing.
Studio portrait of a female student. The handwritten caption says Hin to ake le win Sioux Carlisle Dec. 3 1906.
Note: There is no student listed by that name in the school records, but she may very well be included there under an Americanized name.