A group of South American natives.

Aruaca'nians

A group of South American natives.

"The Bagobos, who are found about the slopes of Mount Apo, wear ivory or shell earings as big round as a cup. There is a small button on the inside of the earring which goes through the lobe of the ear." —Carpenter, 1902

Bagobo

"The Bagobos, who are found about the slopes of Mount Apo, wear ivory or shell earings as big round…

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…

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

"They have little farms on the foothills of northwestern Luzon, which they plow with carabaos and sometimes irrigate with aqueducts." —Carpenter, 1902

Igorrote

"They have little farms on the foothills of northwestern Luzon, which they plow with carabaos and sometimes…

Native Americans fully dressed.

Indians

Native Americans fully dressed.

"A native of Luzon." —Carpenter, 1902

Native of Luzon

"A native of Luzon." —Carpenter, 1902

A native of America, is extensively cultivated from the southern part of Chili to high latitudes in North America. Its northern European limit is perhaps near the isotherm of 65 degrees Fahr.

Maize

A native of America, is extensively cultivated from the southern part of Chili to high latitudes in…

"The American buffalo, or more properly <em>bison</em>, is an object of great importance to the hunters and travellers in the western regions of this continent." &mdash; Goodrich, 1844

Native Americans hunting

"The American buffalo, or more properly bison, is an object of great importance to the hunters…

A native of Hispaniola in his canoe.

Natives

A native of Hispaniola in his canoe.

Natives of Hispaniola in a canoe.

Natives

Natives of Hispaniola in a canoe.

"They carry everything on their heads." &mdash;Carpenter, 1902

Natives of Paraguay

"They carry everything on their heads." —Carpenter, 1902

Scenery of a native village in Puerto Rico.

A Native Village in Puerto Rico

Scenery of a native village in Puerto Rico.

"Theses are at once distinguished by their elongated, spindle-shaped bodies, their branchial apertures placed on the sides of the neck, and their pectoral fins of the ordinary form and position. The symmetrical tail is large and fleshy, furnished with powerful fins, which render it a most efficient agent in progression; the nost is usually conical and pointed, the mouth large, and armed with most formidable, cutting teeth, and the upper surface of the head is frequently furnished with a pair of spiracles, although these apertures are often wanting." &mdash; Goodrich, 1859

Shark

"Theses are at once distinguished by their elongated, spindle-shaped bodies, their branchial apertures…

Singular warfare of the American Indians. Caption below illustration: "I no longer hesitated; I took my aim; discharged ,y piece; and the animal was instantly stretched before me with a groan, which I conceived to be that of a human creature. I went up to it, and judge my astonishment when I found I had killed an Indian."

American Indians Warfare

Singular warfare of the American Indians. Caption below illustration: "I no longer hesitated; I took…

"An Indian water carrier." &mdash;Carpenter, 1902

Indian water carrier

"An Indian water carrier." —Carpenter, 1902

An illustration of a "sacred water vessel of zuni indians." -Jenks, 1911

Water vessel

An illustration of a "sacred water vessel of zuni indians." -Jenks, 1911