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 illustration of a street in a village in Madagascar. Member of the village are standing in the street. Four members of the village are carrying two people on their shoulders.

Madagascar Village

An illustration of a street in a village in Madagascar. Member of the village are standing in the street.…

"The New Zealanders were distinguished by elaborate tattooing of the face, and many of their heads are preserved in European museums. As it was formerly a common custom for shipmasters to purchase these on visiting New Zealand there is little doubt that the demand stimulated the supply."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Tattooed Maori Chief

"The New Zealanders were distinguished by elaborate tattooing of the face, and many of their heads are…

"They had some rude notions of sculpture, and made images out of clay, which they hardened in the fire. They excelled at wicker-work, and their baskets were sent to Rome, where they were very much admired." — Goodrich, 1844

Old Britons

"They had some rude notions of sculpture, and made images out of clay, which they hardened in the fire.…

A council held by the Onondaga Indians.

An Onondaga Council

A council held by the Onondaga Indians.

An illustration of Pocahontas saving John Smith's life.

Pocahontas & John Smith

An illustration of Pocahontas saving John Smith's life.

The Savages of Calicut, from the engraving 'The Triumphal Procession' by Hans Burgkmair.

The Savages of Calicut

The Savages of Calicut, from the engraving 'The Triumphal Procession' by Hans Burgkmair.

"Showing how the Bones of the Skull may be artificially deformed by "head-binding." From the photograph of a "triangular" skull found in an Indian grave in Ancon, Peru." — Blaisedell, 1904

Deformed skull

"Showing how the Bones of the Skull may be artificially deformed by "head-binding." From the photograph…

"Picture writing of the Tahltan, a British Columbia tribe. The drawing was done in charcoal on the blazed trunk of a tree. The meaning is: 'Using a raft, I shot three geese.'"—Webster, 1913

Indian Picture Writing

"Picture writing of the Tahltan, a British Columbia tribe. The drawing was done in charcoal on the blazed…