The Native Americans ClipArt gallery offers 177 illustrations of the history, culture, weapons, ornaments, and more of several Native American tribes.

Prow of an Alaskan war canoe sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

Alaskan War Canoe

Prow of an Alaskan war canoe sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

Stern of an Alaskan war canoe sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

Alaskan War Canoe

Stern of an Alaskan war canoe sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

Tecumseh's almanac

Almanac

Tecumseh's almanac

An Apache man, traditionally dressed

Apache

An Apache man, traditionally dressed

A man of the Apache Native American tribe.

Apache

A man of the Apache Native American tribe.

A home from the Apache tribe.

Apache Home

A home from the Apache tribe.

A warrior from the Apache tribe.

Apache Warrior

A warrior from the Apache tribe.

A warrior from the Apache tribe.

Apache Warrior

A warrior from the Apache tribe.

An Indian huning arrow.

Hunting Arrow

An Indian huning arrow.

Chipped flint arrow heads

Arrowheads

Chipped flint arrow heads

Atotarho is a historical figure for whom there is almost no historical record. Oral tradition stories hold that Atotarho was a brutal, evil sorcerer. These stories relate that Atotarho had snakes growing out of his head and that he was a cannibal.

Atatarho

Atotarho is a historical figure for whom there is almost no historical record. Oral tradition stories…

Attack on the Narraganset Indians at South Kingston by the leaders of the Massachusetts Bay Colony.

Attack on the Narraganset Indians at South Kingston

Attack on the Narraganset Indians at South Kingston by the leaders of the Massachusetts Bay Colony.

An ax of flint.

Ax

An ax of flint.

Indian stone axe

Axe

Indian stone axe

Native American basketry patterns sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

Basketry Patterns

Native American basketry patterns sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

An illustration depicting Native American water vessels:A. Iroquois vessel of birchbarkB. Zuni woven water bottleC. Hauasupai boiling basket

Native American baskets

An illustration depicting Native American water vessels: A. Iroquois vessel of birchbark B. Zuni woven…

Big Elephant Mound, Wisconsin

Big Elephant Mound

Big Elephant Mound, Wisconsin

Bolivian fabric pattern sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

Bolivian Cloth

Bolivian fabric pattern sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

Bolivian hanging jar sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

Bolivian Pot

Bolivian hanging jar sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

Sioux Indian bow and arrow with stone point.

Bow and Arrow

Sioux Indian bow and arrow with stone point.

A bow and arrows along side of a blunt weapon.

Bow and Arrows

A bow and arrows along side of a blunt weapon.

A boy talking to Indians

Boy with Indians

A boy talking to Indians

Burgoyne addressing the Indians.

Burgoyne

Burgoyne addressing the Indians.

A calumet

Calumet

A calumet

A Native American in a birch canoe.

Canoe

A Native American in a birch canoe.

A Pappoose case

Case

A Pappoose case

Characters of the Native Americans. The eight figures in the upper row, with hats on, and with muskets beside them, represent as many white soldiers. In the second row, No. 1 represents the officer in command, with a sword; No. 2, with a book, the secretary; No. 3, with a hammer, the geologist; 4, 5, 6, and 8 represent the two guides, who are distinguished as Indians by being without hats. Figure 11 represents a prairie-hen, and 12 a tortoise, which had been eaten by the party. Figures 13, 14, 15, mean that there were separate fires. The slant of the pole showed the direction of the proposed march, and three nothces in the wood showed that it was to be a three-days' expedition.

Characters

Characters of the Native Americans. The eight figures in the upper row, with hats on, and with muskets…

The Cherokee are a people native to North America, who, at the time of European contact in the sixteenth century, inhabited what is now the Eastern and Southeastern United States.

Cherokee Indians

The Cherokee are a people native to North America, who, at the time of European contact in the sixteenth…

The seal of the Cherokee Nation.

Cherokee Seal

The seal of the Cherokee Nation.

The seal of the Chickasaw Nation.

Chickasaw Seal

The seal of the Chickasaw Nation.

A Sioux chief

Chief

A Sioux chief

An illustration of a tribe Chief with a wounded man on the ground.

Chief & Men

An illustration of a tribe Chief with a wounded man on the ground.

An illustration of a Native American chief with a priest.

Chief & Priest

An illustration of a Native American chief with a priest.

The seal of the Choctaw Nation.

Choctaw Seal

The seal of the Choctaw Nation.

An Indian war club used in battle.

War Club

An Indian war club used in battle.

A group of Native American men in council.

Council

A group of Native American men in council.

"Dakota, or Dakotah is the name by which the Sioux Indians call themselves."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Dakota Chief

"Dakota, or Dakotah is the name by which the Sioux Indians call themselves."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart,…

Dighton Rock

Dighton Rock

Dighton Rock

Three Native Americans in a canoe made from a hollowed out log.

Dugout Canoe

Three Native Americans in a canoe made from a hollowed out log.

An earthen pipe depicting a face made by Native Americans.

Earthen Pipe

An earthen pipe depicting a face made by Native Americans.

An earthen vase made by Native Americans.

Earthen Vase

An earthen vase made by Native Americans.

Totem or tribe mark of the Five Nations.

Five Nations

Totem or tribe mark of the Five Nations.

Indian gravestone showing the totem of the turtle.

Gravestone

Indian gravestone showing the totem of the turtle.

The Indians and the Highlander. Caption below illustration: "The Scotchman requested that the broad sword should be given to the most alert and most vigorous person in the assembly; and laying bare his neck after he had rubbed it over with magic signs , and muttered a few inarticulate words, he called out, with a loud voice and cheerful air."

Indians and the Highlander

The Indians and the Highlander. Caption below illustration: "The Scotchman requested that the broad…

"Bark house of Iroquois." -Jenks, 1911

Iroquois Bark house

"Bark house of Iroquois." -Jenks, 1911

An Indian, running away.

Indian

An Indian, running away.

In 1911, there were many Indian Industrial Schools. Picture here are some Indian apprentices making harness.

Indian Apprentices Making Harness

In 1911, there were many Indian Industrial Schools. Picture here are some Indian apprentices making…

A collection of Native American arrowheads used for making weapons.

Indian Arrowheads

A collection of Native American arrowheads used for making weapons.

An Indian grave near Fort Mangell, Alaska.

Indian Grave

An Indian grave near Fort Mangell, Alaska.

An Indian on Warpath, carrying an axe and a torch.

Indian on Warpath

An Indian on Warpath, carrying an axe and a torch.

Scene of a group of Native Americans on a reservation.

Scene on an Indian Reservation

Scene of a group of Native Americans on a reservation.

Indian robes are commonly made of buffalo skins, with the hair remaining, and the inside finely and delicately dressed. On this side are painted representations of the battles in which the possessor has been engaged.

Indian Robe

Indian robes are commonly made of buffalo skins, with the hair remaining, and the inside finely and…

An Indian village at the Roanoke settlement.

Indians Village

An Indian village at the Roanoke settlement.

A collection of Native American war clubs, weapons used for war.

Indian War Clubs

A collection of Native American war clubs, weapons used for war.

Native Americans fully dressed.

Indians

Native Americans fully dressed.

Indians lined up to go into the court-house yard

Indians

Indians lined up to go into the court-house yard

Indians surprising a settlement.

Indians

Indians surprising a settlement.

Various Creek Indians

Creek Indians

Various Creek Indians

"Delaware Indians acting as scouts for the Federal army in the West. General Fremont, on taking command in the West in 1861, while he shrank from employing the Indians as soldiers, saw the advantage of using them as scouts, and for this purpose organized a band of them, selecting only the most reliable, robust and best characterized. They soon made their value known by the early intelligence they brought of the enemy's movements. Some of them were also employed by General Grant." —Leslie, 1896

Delaware Indians

"Delaware Indians acting as scouts for the Federal army in the West. General Fremont, on taking command…

"Delaware Indians acting as scouts for the Federal army in the West. General Fremont, on taking command in the West in 1861, while he shrank from employing the Indians as soldiers, saw the advantage of using them as scouts, and for this purpose organized a band of them, selecting only the most reliable, robust and best characterized. They soon made their value known by the early intelligence they brought of the enemy's movements. Some of them were also employed by General Grant." —Leslie, 1896

Delaware Indians

"Delaware Indians acting as scouts for the Federal army in the West. General Fremont, on taking command…