Auth Native American Indian Navajo Chinle Wool Rug Handwoven By Glorilene Harris

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Auth Native American Indian Navajo Chinle Wool Rug Handwoven By Glorilene Harris
Auth Native American Indian Navajo Chinle Wool Rug Handwoven By Glorilene Harris
Auth Native American Indian Navajo Chinle Wool Rug Handwoven By Glorilene Harris
Auth Native American Indian Navajo Chinle Wool Rug Handwoven By Glorilene Harris
Auth Native American Indian Navajo Chinle Wool Rug Handwoven By Glorilene Harris

Auth Native American Indian Navajo Chinle Wool Rug Handwoven By Glorilene Harris
Auth Native American Indian Navajo Chinle Wool Rug Handwoven By Glorilene Harris. Interested in more than one item? Own A Piece of Navajo Native American History! Make me a reasonable offer and it’s yours. Navajo Chinle Wool Rug. This Navajo Chinle Wool Rug is a vibrant & fresh take on a traditional pattern normally woven in lighter colors. Hand woven by Navajo, Glorilene Harrison, she used bright blue yarns to accent the banded stripes & the repeating Chinle stars. A nice, tight weave with approximately 32 wefts to the inch using commercial yarns. The sides & the ends are clean finished with corners tied off in a knotted loop. About 44″ x 32″ & brand new, you will receive the exact Navajo Chinle Wool Rug pictured. Glorilene Harrison is originally from Sawmill, Arizona. Currently residing in Phoenix, she has been weaving for over 20 years & has taught her daughter, Alyssa to follow in her footsteps. A basic familiarity with Terminology of Navajo weaving also is essential to the savvy collector as it is the only reliable way to authenticate Navajo rugs. Navajo Rug designs differ on the Reservation according to the region and clan who weave them. Each rug is woven to include one small flaw in the final product in order that any evil spirits residing in the rug may have a way of escape. Every month or so I visit the trading posts on the Navajo Reservation and talk to the traders and weavers there and get great information and advice from them. The more you know about Navajo weaving, the more you will enjoy collecting them. Warp strings are the vertical strings which serve as the foundation of the rug. Wool yarn is prefered because cotton warp strings may not tolerate rough use as a floor covering. Weft threads are the horizontal threads that cover the warp threads, or the yarn that is woven over and under the warp and from side to side. Wefts per inch are counted on both faces of a fabric. When the wefts are counted on one side, this number is doubled, as there is a corresponding weft on the other side. It can vary at different parts of the rug. The better the weaver the more consistent this will be throughout the rug. Most Navajo rugs have approximately 30 wefts to the linear inch. A weft count of 50 or more per inch is a very high quality rug. A count of 80 or more qualifies a rug as a tapestry. Two or more yarns that twist about each other while interlacing with and reinforcing a fabric’s edge. In Navajo textiles, two 3-ply selvage cords are usually twined together, forming a 2-strand edge. In Pueblo fabrics, three 2-ply cords usually form a 3-strand, twined selvage. There are also other variations. A subtle diagonal break in the weave of many Navajo fabrics where a weaver has worked on adjacent sections of warps at different times; usually spaced apart no more than the length of the batten, lazy lines allow a weaver to weave a wide fabric without having to reach from side to side with each pass of the weft. Weaver’s Pathway (Sprit Line). A small thin line that extends from the center design field across the border to the outside edge of some rugs; the line is frequently placed near a corner and made of the same color as the center field’s background. Also called the spirit line. Associated with the belief of allowing the energy and spirit woven into a particular textile to be released in order for the weaver to have the energy and imagination to continue weaving other textiles. Thanks for looking and be sure to check out my store for more selections of authentic Native American jewelry and artifacts! If you like our products, please add me to your. List or consider subscribing to our. For updates on newly listed items, sales and special promotions! We would be happy to consider reasonable offers. These Rugs Are an Excellent Investment and do Appreciate in Value. Compare your own financial investments over the past ten years to investments in pieces of Native American Indian and Mexican art and antiques! If you want to add to your collection, take a look at our Handmade Native-American-Artifacts. Category where we have a wide selection of authentic pieces to choose from. WHAT A GREAT GIFT IDEA FOR THE NATIVE AMERICAN ARTIFACT COLLECTOR! We are always accepting Reasonable Best Offers! We will be Happy to help you. CERTIFIED AUTHENTIC NATIVE AMERICAN. We understand the true value and nature of hand crafted Indian art. And, we recognize that it is important to know that the artist is truly a member of a Native American tribe. So, to ensure you that this is the real deal, a Certificate of Authenticity will be included with this item. I dislike having to do that, so please pay promptly. We aim for five star service and want you to be happy – period. Items must be in original, unused and undamaged condition. International Buyers are willkommen, bienvenue. We fell in love with Native American jewelry many years ago and really appreciate the true craftsmanship that goes into the making of a piece of genuine Native American jewelry art! That is why we chose to partner up with some of the oldest and most reputable Trading Posts in the Southwest who deal directly with the Native American artisans to bring you a large selection of authentic Native American products. These artisans come from the Navajo, Zuni, Hopi and affiliate tribes on the reservations all of which our close to our home and office, so you can be assured that all our Native American products are authentic! Most of our items are One-of-a-Kind and subject to availability. We try to keep our listings up to date, but may occasionally miss one. In some cases, we can have one custom made with a two week lead time. If you like our products, please add me to your FAVORITES list. This is very important to Both of us. It lets us know that you have received your item and are happy with it. As soon as we get feedback, it leaves you feedback in return. We are always adding new items. The item “Auth Native American Indian Navajo Chinle Wool Rug Handwoven By Glorilene Harris” is in sale since Sunday, May 1, 2016. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1935-Now\Rugs & Textiles (Navajo)”. The seller is “elkcreektradingllc” and is located in Kykotsmovi Village, Arizona. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Artisan: Glorilene Harrison
  • Tribal Affiliation: NAVAJO

Auth Native American Indian Navajo Chinle Wool Rug Handwoven By Glorilene Harris

19th Century Native American Cree Indian Leather Floral Beaded Gauntlets Gloves

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19th Century Native American Cree Indian Leather Floral Beaded Gauntlets Gloves
19th Century Native American Cree Indian Leather Floral Beaded Gauntlets Gloves
19th Century Native American Cree Indian Leather Floral Beaded Gauntlets Gloves
19th Century Native American Cree Indian Leather Floral Beaded Gauntlets Gloves
19th Century Native American Cree Indian Leather Floral Beaded Gauntlets Gloves
19th Century Native American Cree Indian Leather Floral Beaded Gauntlets Gloves
19th Century Native American Cree Indian Leather Floral Beaded Gauntlets Gloves
19th Century Native American Cree Indian Leather Floral Beaded Gauntlets Gloves
19th Century Native American Cree Indian Leather Floral Beaded Gauntlets Gloves
19th Century Native American Cree Indian Leather Floral Beaded Gauntlets Gloves
19th Century Native American Cree Indian Leather Floral Beaded Gauntlets Gloves
19th Century Native American Cree Indian Leather Floral Beaded Gauntlets Gloves

19th Century Native American Cree Indian Leather Floral Beaded Gauntlets Gloves
Men’s Large 19th Century Native American Cree Indian Leather Floral Beaded Gauntlets Glove. Leather is soft and pliable, wear from years of usage and some beads are missing. Please view all photos to see the details and condition. The item “19th Century Native American Cree Indian Leather Floral Beaded Gauntlets Gloves” is in sale since Thursday, November 14, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1800-1934\Clothing & Moccasins”. The seller is “absarokka” and is located in California. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Macao, Viet nam, Uruguay, Russian federation.
19th Century Native American Cree Indian Leather Floral Beaded Gauntlets Gloves

Vintage Navajo Rug Hopi Kachina Dance Kilt Native American Indian Blanket

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Vintage Navajo Rug Hopi Kachina Dance Kilt Native American Indian Blanket
Vintage Navajo Rug Hopi Kachina Dance Kilt Native American Indian Blanket
Vintage Navajo Rug Hopi Kachina Dance Kilt Native American Indian Blanket
Vintage Navajo Rug Hopi Kachina Dance Kilt Native American Indian Blanket
Vintage Navajo Rug Hopi Kachina Dance Kilt Native American Indian Blanket
Vintage Navajo Rug Hopi Kachina Dance Kilt Native American Indian Blanket
Vintage Navajo Rug Hopi Kachina Dance Kilt Native American Indian Blanket
Vintage Navajo Rug Hopi Kachina Dance Kilt Native American Indian Blanket
Vintage Navajo Rug Hopi Kachina Dance Kilt Native American Indian Blanket
Vintage Navajo Rug Hopi Kachina Dance Kilt Native American Indian Blanket
Vintage Navajo Rug Hopi Kachina Dance Kilt Native American Indian Blanket

Vintage Navajo Rug Hopi Kachina Dance Kilt Native American Indian Blanket
Vintage Hopi Kachina Dance Kilt. Beautiful and intricate Hopi weaving with fantastic embroidery. This is all hand made! A very unique and tightly woven piece! Cotton kilt is embroidered with black and green wool yarns, symbolizing clouds, the red symbolizes rain. Shows use and wear, along with pigment from being danced. One of a kind! Measures: 44 x 28 inches. The item “Vintage Navajo Rug Hopi Kachina Dance Kilt Native American Indian Blanket” is in sale since Monday, May 6, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1800-1934\Rugs & Textiles (Navajo)”. The seller is “jdubble_rubble” and is located in Palouse, Washington. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Tribal Affiliation: Hopi
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Origin: Native American
  • Artisan: Unknown Navajo Weaver

Vintage Navajo Rug Hopi Kachina Dance Kilt Native American Indian Blanket

Pendleton Western Vintage Mens Jacket Aztec Native American Indian Size MED USA

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Pendleton Western Vintage Mens Jacket Aztec Native American Indian Size MED USA
Pendleton Western Vintage Mens Jacket Aztec Native American Indian Size MED USA
Pendleton Western Vintage Mens Jacket Aztec Native American Indian Size MED USA
Pendleton Western Vintage Mens Jacket Aztec Native American Indian Size MED USA
Pendleton Western Vintage Mens Jacket Aztec Native American Indian Size MED USA
Pendleton Western Vintage Mens Jacket Aztec Native American Indian Size MED USA
Pendleton Western Vintage Mens Jacket Aztec Native American Indian Size MED USA
Pendleton Western Vintage Mens Jacket Aztec Native American Indian Size MED USA
Pendleton Western Vintage Mens Jacket Aztec Native American Indian Size MED USA
Pendleton Western Vintage Mens Jacket Aztec Native American Indian Size MED USA
Pendleton Western Vintage Mens Jacket Aztec Native American Indian Size MED USA

Pendleton Western Vintage Mens Jacket Aztec Native American Indian Size MED USA
Pendleton Western Vintage Mens Jacket Aztec Native American Indian Size MED USA. Small holes (see pic where pennies are) from age. This is a very very vintage jacket. Made of 100% Virgin Wool with Nylon Lining. The item “Pendleton Western Vintage Mens Jacket Aztec Native American Indian Size MED USA” is in sale since Tuesday, November 12, 2019. This item is in the category “Clothing, Shoes & Accessories\Men\Men’s Clothing\Coats & Jackets”. The seller is “typintracy2000″ and is located in Round Rock, Texas. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint kitts and nevis, Saint lucia, Montserrat, Turks and caicos islands, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman islands, Liechtenstein, Sri lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Uruguay, Russian federation.
  • Brand: Pendleton
  • Accents: Western
  • Size Type: Regular
  • Theme: Aztec
  • Size (Men’s): L
  • Type: Jacket
  • Style: Basic Coat
  • Material: Wool
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Pattern: Aztec
  • Outer Shell Material: Virgin Wool
  • Department: Men
  • Size: M
  • Color: Multi-Color

Pendleton Western Vintage Mens Jacket Aztec Native American Indian Size MED USA

Antique Native American Crow Indian Hammer Poll Trade Axe Quillwork Hide Drop

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Antique Native American Crow Indian Hammer Poll Trade Axe Quillwork Hide Drop
Antique Native American Crow Indian Hammer Poll Trade Axe Quillwork Hide Drop
Antique Native American Crow Indian Hammer Poll Trade Axe Quillwork Hide Drop
Antique Native American Crow Indian Hammer Poll Trade Axe Quillwork Hide Drop
Antique Native American Crow Indian Hammer Poll Trade Axe Quillwork Hide Drop
Antique Native American Crow Indian Hammer Poll Trade Axe Quillwork Hide Drop
Antique Native American Crow Indian Hammer Poll Trade Axe Quillwork Hide Drop
Antique Native American Crow Indian Hammer Poll Trade Axe Quillwork Hide Drop
Antique Native American Crow Indian Hammer Poll Trade Axe Quillwork Hide Drop
Antique Native American Crow Indian Hammer Poll Trade Axe Quillwork Hide Drop
Antique Native American Crow Indian Hammer Poll Trade Axe Quillwork Hide Drop
Antique Native American Crow Indian Hammer Poll Trade Axe Quillwork Hide Drop

Antique Native American Crow Indian Hammer Poll Trade Axe Quillwork Hide Drop
Antique Native American Crow Indian Hammer Poll Trade Axe Quillwork Hide Drop. Mid to late 19th century. Original handle and drop. Handle has some light damage on one side from age and one drop is missing. The drop that is still attached is sinew sewn quills on braintanned hide. Axe head is 6″ long and 3″ wide at the bit. Its 20 1/4 overall not counting drop. Roughly 43 1/4 long all together. The item “Antique Native American Crow Indian Hammer Poll Trade Axe Quillwork Hide Drop” is in sale since Friday, November 15, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1800-1934\Weapons”. The seller is “rustygoldrush” and is located in United States. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Antique Native American Crow Indian Hammer Poll Trade Axe Quillwork Hide Drop

Genuine Native American Navajo Indian headdress 36 inch SPIRIT EAGLE coyote tail

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Genuine Native American Navajo Indian headdress 36 inch SPIRIT EAGLE coyote tail
Genuine Native American Navajo Indian headdress 36 inch SPIRIT EAGLE coyote tail
Genuine Native American Navajo Indian headdress 36 inch SPIRIT EAGLE coyote tail
Genuine Native American Navajo Indian headdress 36 inch SPIRIT EAGLE coyote tail
Genuine Native American Navajo Indian headdress 36 inch SPIRIT EAGLE coyote tail
Genuine Native American Navajo Indian headdress 36 inch SPIRIT EAGLE coyote tail
Genuine Native American Navajo Indian headdress 36 inch SPIRIT EAGLE coyote tail
Genuine Native American Navajo Indian headdress 36 inch SPIRIT EAGLE coyote tail
Genuine Native American Navajo Indian headdress 36 inch SPIRIT EAGLE coyote tail
Genuine Native American Navajo Indian headdress 36 inch SPIRIT EAGLE coyote tail
Genuine Native American Navajo Indian headdress 36 inch SPIRIT EAGLE coyote tail

Genuine Native American Navajo Indian headdress 36 inch SPIRIT EAGLE coyote tail
Genuine Native American Navajo Indian headdress 36 inch SPIRIT EAGLE coyote tail. Native American Navajo 36″ “SPIRIT EAGLE Coyote Tails headdress by Buffy Sam more commonly known as (SPIRIT EAGLE TRADITIONAL). Both wall and table mounts for the headdresses are available. The wall mount is able to accommodate both types of headdresses (Bonnets and Double Trailers). Breast Plates Black Legend item # 231882532313, Beige item # 231154756509, and. Breast Plates and stands pictured are not included but may be ordered separately. The feathers are not dyed they are (natural turkey feathers) with the natural coloring given by God. Since this is the case they are expensive and hard to find. Notice the hand made beading for the headband and the double wrapped quills on each main feather. White fluffs at the top and bottom of each main feather and two Coyote tails adorn each side with leather strips. This bonnet is completely hand made by at least two women of the Navajo People. They use high quality main feathers tipped with colorful fluffs and genuine horse hair. The feather quills are wrapped & hand sewn onto a felt skull cap and is completely covered in matching fluffs. In the back center of the bonnet rests a single decorated honor feather especially cut in the middle of the skull cap. A thick row of feather fluffs are aligned on top of the wraps. Are 100% hand made by 2 or 3 Native American Indians from the Navajo reservation north of. Please check our about me page. Very important info on these pages. Gifts & Gift Wrapping. Add a map to your own listings. The item “Genuine Native American Navajo Indian headdress 36 inch SPIRIT EAGLE coyote tail” is in sale since Tuesday, July 5, 2016. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1935-Now\Masks & Headdresses”. The seller is “outwest_gifts” and is located in Chandler, Arizona. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Artisan: Buffy Sam
  • Provenance: Ownership History Available
  • Origin: Navajo Indian Reservation
  • Tribal Affiliation: Navajo

Genuine Native American Navajo Indian headdress 36 inch SPIRIT EAGLE coyote tail

Genuine Native American Navajo Indian Headdress 36 RED SUN Red & bright Orange

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Genuine Native American Navajo Indian Headdress 36 RED SUN Red & bright Orange
Genuine Native American Navajo Indian Headdress 36 RED SUN Red & bright Orange
Genuine Native American Navajo Indian Headdress 36 RED SUN Red & bright Orange
Genuine Native American Navajo Indian Headdress 36 RED SUN Red & bright Orange
Genuine Native American Navajo Indian Headdress 36 RED SUN Red & bright Orange
Genuine Native American Navajo Indian Headdress 36 RED SUN Red & bright Orange

Genuine Native American Navajo Indian Headdress 36 RED SUN Red & bright Orange
Genuine Native American Navajo Indian Headdress 36 RED SUN Red & bright Orange. Native American Navajo War Indian Headdress 36 RED SUN Red & bright Orange. Both wall and table mounts for the headdresses are available. The wall mount is able to accommodate both types of headdresses (Bonnets and Double Trailers). Guaranteed not to be missed wearing this bright one!! The Phoenix headdress was made custom for OutWest Gifts and is not in the normal assortment of headdresses. Native American Navajo War Bonnet Headdress 36″ diameter “RED SUN one size genuine Navajo totally hand made with signatures of the artists. Striking Red and bright Orange feathers with rabbit fur and Horse Hair adorn this one of a kind headdress. The red and Orange diamond headband is hand beaded as well. This bonnet is completely hand made by at least two women of the Navajo People. They use approximately 44 high quality main feathers tipped with colorful fluffs and genuine horse hair. The feather quills are wrapped & hand sewn onto a felt skull cap and is completely covered in matching fluffs. In the back center of the bonnet rests a single decorated honor feather especially cut in the middle of the skull cap. A thick row of feather fluffs are aligned on top of the wraps. Strips of rabbit fur is used for drops on either side of the front. The head band & matching rosettes are beaded by hand usually by the Zuni tribe. Colors & designs of the beads may vary according to the headdress colors and name. Are 100% hand made by 2 or 3 Native American Indians from the Navajo reservation north of. Today this may be thought of as a crude wrapping but it is quite costly as a treasured artifact. Coyote fur also hangs below Chickasaw turtle rattles. Though the Native American Indians thought of the coyote as cunning and clever, able to weave his way out of difficult situations, today collectors of coyote items, claim that the coyote is the protector of the home. Since coyotes lived underground in dens, their homes were protected and so it is believed, you will be also. We are a smoke and pet FREE company. Please check our about me page. Very important info on these pages. Gifts & Gift Wrapping. The free listing tool. Add a map to your own listings. The item “Genuine Native American Navajo Indian Headdress 36 RED SUN Red & bright Orange” is in sale since Saturday, February 8, 2014. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1935-Now\Masks & Headdresses”. The seller is “outwest_gifts” and is located in Chandler, Arizona. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Artisan: Assorted
  • Origin: New Mexico
  • Tribal Affiliation: Navajo
  • Country of Manufacture: United States
  • Provenance: Ownership History Available

Genuine Native American Navajo Indian Headdress 36 RED SUN Red & bright Orange

Antique Circa 1890’s Native American White Buffalo Horn Headdress Indian Bonnet

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Antique Circa 1890's Native American White Buffalo Horn Headdress Indian Bonnet
Antique Circa 1890's Native American White Buffalo Horn Headdress Indian Bonnet
Antique Circa 1890's Native American White Buffalo Horn Headdress Indian Bonnet
Antique Circa 1890's Native American White Buffalo Horn Headdress Indian Bonnet
Antique Circa 1890's Native American White Buffalo Horn Headdress Indian Bonnet
Antique Circa 1890's Native American White Buffalo Horn Headdress Indian Bonnet
Antique Circa 1890's Native American White Buffalo Horn Headdress Indian Bonnet
Antique Circa 1890's Native American White Buffalo Horn Headdress Indian Bonnet
Antique Circa 1890's Native American White Buffalo Horn Headdress Indian Bonnet
Antique Circa 1890's Native American White Buffalo Horn Headdress Indian Bonnet
Antique Circa 1890's Native American White Buffalo Horn Headdress Indian Bonnet
Antique Circa 1890's Native American White Buffalo Horn Headdress Indian Bonnet

Antique Circa 1890's Native American White Buffalo Horn Headdress Indian Bonnet
Antique Circa 1890’s Native American Indian White Buffalo Horned Headdress Bonnet. Has beadwork across forehead area beaded on buckskin. Horns look to belong to the bovine family. Holes in the tips of each horn indicate there was once a connector/drops that are now missing. These types of head pieces were fashioned during the mid and late 1800’s to represent the elusive “White Buffalo”. A sacred symbol of strength to the Native Americans. The item “Antique Circa 1890’s Native American White Buffalo Horn Headdress Indian Bonnet” is in sale since Tuesday, November 12, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1800-1934\Masks & Headdresses”. The seller is “rustygoldrush” and is located in United States. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Antique Circa 1890's Native American White Buffalo Horn Headdress Indian Bonnet

NEW HERMES Cheyennes SILK SCARF Kermit Oliver Native American Indian Horse Tribe

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NEW HERMES Cheyennes SILK SCARF Kermit Oliver Native American Indian Horse Tribe
NEW HERMES Cheyennes SILK SCARF Kermit Oliver Native American Indian Horse Tribe
NEW HERMES Cheyennes SILK SCARF Kermit Oliver Native American Indian Horse Tribe
NEW HERMES Cheyennes SILK SCARF Kermit Oliver Native American Indian Horse Tribe
NEW HERMES Cheyennes SILK SCARF Kermit Oliver Native American Indian Horse Tribe
NEW HERMES Cheyennes SILK SCARF Kermit Oliver Native American Indian Horse Tribe
NEW HERMES Cheyennes SILK SCARF Kermit Oliver Native American Indian Horse Tribe
NEW HERMES Cheyennes SILK SCARF Kermit Oliver Native American Indian Horse Tribe
NEW HERMES Cheyennes SILK SCARF Kermit Oliver Native American Indian Horse Tribe
NEW HERMES Cheyennes SILK SCARF Kermit Oliver Native American Indian Horse Tribe
NEW HERMES Cheyennes SILK SCARF Kermit Oliver Native American Indian Horse Tribe

NEW HERMES Cheyennes SILK SCARF Kermit Oliver Native American Indian Horse Tribe
AUTHENTIC 90cm 35.4in HERMES Silk Scarf titled “Les Cheyennes” by the amazing artist Kermit Oliver. Size: 90cm x 90cm 100% Silk Color: White Borders & Multi => RARE color, STUNNING WALL DECOR! New no stains, no pulls, comes in Box. Everything we sell is 100% guaranteed authentic. We authenticate every item on our site before it is listed. We stand behind the authenticity of our items an we appreciate your trust! THANK YOU FOR LOOKING. The item “NEW HERMES Cheyennes SILK SCARF Kermit Oliver Native American Indian Horse Tribe” is in sale since Sunday, April 14, 2019. This item is in the category “Clothing, Shoes & Accessories\Women\Women’s Accessories\Scarves & Wraps”. The seller is “forever-hermes” and is located in Tokyo. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Shape: Square
  • Occasion: Wall Decoration
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: France
  • Style: Scarf
  • Material: 100% Silk
  • Theme: Native American
  • Pattern: American Indian
  • Color: White
  • Brand: HERMÈS

NEW HERMES Cheyennes SILK SCARF Kermit Oliver Native American Indian Horse Tribe

1891 INDIAN WARS HORRORS Wild West Sioux SITTING BULL U. S. Army CUSTER Cavalry

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1891 INDIAN WARS HORRORS Wild West Sioux SITTING BULL U. S. Army CUSTER Cavalry
1891 INDIAN WARS HORRORS Wild West Sioux SITTING BULL U. S. Army CUSTER Cavalry
1891 INDIAN WARS HORRORS Wild West Sioux SITTING BULL U. S. Army CUSTER Cavalry
1891 INDIAN WARS HORRORS Wild West Sioux SITTING BULL U. S. Army CUSTER Cavalry
1891 INDIAN WARS HORRORS Wild West Sioux SITTING BULL U. S. Army CUSTER Cavalry
1891 INDIAN WARS HORRORS Wild West Sioux SITTING BULL U. S. Army CUSTER Cavalry
1891 INDIAN WARS HORRORS Wild West Sioux SITTING BULL U. S. Army CUSTER Cavalry
1891 INDIAN WARS HORRORS Wild West Sioux SITTING BULL U. S. Army CUSTER Cavalry
1891 INDIAN WARS HORRORS Wild West Sioux SITTING BULL U. S. Army CUSTER Cavalry
1891 INDIAN WARS HORRORS Wild West Sioux SITTING BULL U. S. Army CUSTER Cavalry
1891 INDIAN WARS HORRORS Wild West Sioux SITTING BULL U. S. Army CUSTER Cavalry
1891 INDIAN WARS HORRORS Wild West Sioux SITTING BULL U. S. Army CUSTER Cavalry

1891 INDIAN WARS HORRORS Wild West Sioux SITTING BULL U. S. Army CUSTER Cavalry
Note: Many of my clients are scholars and researchers seeking specific information related to their field of interest. For their convenience I include the following details directly from this book. Places and Historical Subject Matter Discussed/Illustrated in this Book (Partial Only, See Full Contents Below): Indian Horrors Henry Davenport Northrop Native American Indians Tribes Wars Sitting Bull Ghost Dance Mound Builders Captain John Smith Pocahontas Puritans Pequot King Philips War Destruction of Brookfield Six Nations Iroquois French and Indian War Battle of Bloody Bridge Frontier Hostilities Daniel Boone Savages Captivities Captives Creek War Seminole War Little Turtle Tomahawk Tecumseh Black Hawk War Sioux Sacs Fox Pottawatomies Comanche Minnesota Massacre Little Crow General Sully Missouri River Republican River Fetterman Massacre War with Cheyenne and Arapaho Indians Cavalry General Forsyth Army General Sheridan Kiowa Apache Neetmok Camanche Modoc War General Canby Captain Jack General Canby Sitting Bull General George Armstrong Custer Massacre Little Big Horn Nez Perce War Chief Joseph General Howard Ute Massacre White River Agency General Miles Indian Messiah Ghost Dance Death of Sitting Bull Battle of Wounded Knee Pine Ridge The Indian Problem. INDIAN HORRORS OR, MASSACRES BY THE RED MEN Being A Thrilling Narrative of Bloody Wars With Merciless and Revengeful Savages, Including a Full Account of the Daring Deeds and Tragic Death of the World-Renowned Chief, Sitting Bull, With Startling Descriptions of Fantastic Ghost Dances, Mysterious Medicine Men; Desperate Indian Braves; Scalping of Helpless Settlers; Burning Their Homes, Etc. Fully Illustrated With Thrilling Scenes Among the Indians. By Henry Davenport Northrop, D. 8 x 5.5 full leather binding. Illustrated with photos and other illustrations. Condition: GOOD ANTIQUE CONDITION. This rare antique book has just been preserved by a professional book conservator. A new morocco leather spine has been added, with surviving portions of the original spine decoration laid on. New inner hinges, reinforced binding. Text is clean and complete. No torn, loose or missing pages. This valuable book will last for years to come. This rare and highly collectible book was published about 1891, shortly after the bloody period known as the Indian Wars concluded with the terrible slaughter of the Sioux at Wounded Knee Creek. This authoritative book traces clashes between white men and red men through three centuries of American history, from the first encounters at New England in 1623 through the death of Sitting Bull and the tragic Wounded Knee massacre in the 1890s, and all major battles and massacres in between. Here youll find accounts of settlers, pioneers, scouts and Indian fighters like Daniel Boone and Alexander Poe, Buffalo Bill Cody, General Custer, General Miles and others. Accompanying this thrilling narrative is a rich collection of illustrations, many in full-page size. Pictures of Indian chiefs, army generals, battle scenes and more. The author explains his objective in the books Preface. The history of the Indian tribes of our country is intensely interesting, and is eagerly read by all classes of people. This work embraces a full account of all the memorable Indian wars in the United States, together with a record of terrible personal encounters with the Red Men, hairbreadth escapes, thrilling captures and bloody massacres. Daring deeds, desperate conflicts and examples of personal courage appear throughout the narrative. The reader beholds celebrated chiefs in their strange costumes, wonderful acts of heroism and personal characteristics, which, if their possessors had lived in a civilized community, would have rendered them the most famous men of the nation. Here is the record of battles fought with sublime courage, exciting adventures and achievements unsurpassed by the story of Thermopylae. A full description is given of the Indian ghost dances, which have awakened intense curiosity and interest throughout the country. Indians perform many dances, but the ghost dance is something quite new and peculiar. What it is and how it is performed can be learned from the following pages. The work also gives a striking description of the celebrated chief, Sittting Bull, and the events attending his tragic death. Through his prophecies of a new Messiah the powerful tribe of Sioux was seized with a mysterious craze and aroused with the desperate spirit of revenge against the white settlers and the Government. This feeling soon spread like wild-fire to other tribes, and created universal alarm. Active measures were taken to suppress the excitement, and startling events followed one another in rapid succession. A faithful and graphic record of the stirring events which have recently taken place among the Indian tribes will be of permanent interest and value to the public. The reader follows the early history of the American Indians and witnesses their terrible combats with the first settlers. He sees them gradually driven before the onward march of civilization, retreating farther and farther toward the setting sun. The most fascinating and instructive reading in the literature of Indian warfare is found in the personal narratives of the captives who were carried off by the savages. Numerous instances are related of Indian raids and the carrying away of white settlers. The reader is then conducted through the recent wars with the Indians. That bold pioneer and brave spirit, Daniel Boone; General Custer, whose tragic history and massacre were read with regret throughout the civilized world; General Miles, who has long been a picturesque figure on our western border, — the striking heroism and magnificent achievements of these and many other heroes of the frontier have a resistless charm, and a power that surpasses all the tales of fiction. In rapid succession, the great Indian chiefs rise before the readers vision, each possessing his own striking history, and he is constantly surprised by Indian intrigues, desperate forays and terrible conflicts. He sees how the tribes one after another have struggled to maintain their territory, how they turned the tomahawk upon the advancing white settlers, and have yielded only when mastered by superior power. The Minnesota massacre and its terrors are fully described. This is but an example of the frightful combats which have marked the advance of civilized life toward the Pacific coast. The Indian is not a weak character. He is a shrewd, bold, desperate, powerful foe, and no one can read his history without being impressed with the marvelous qualities which form his character. This work does full justice to the Red Sons of the Forest, and the history is authentic and truthful as it is graphic. General Sully, Colonel Brown, General Custer and General Sheridan appear in the narrative as conspicuous men of wonderful dash and bravery, and their exploits are fully narrated. On the other side, the supreme leader, the acute strategist, the deadly enemy, the powerful chief who marshaled his forces, stirred rebellion, fought like a Spartan and staked itself upon the issue, was Sitting-Bull. Around him gathers the most intense interest fo this thrilling work. For years the name of Sitting-Bull has been almost as well known as that of any millionaire or statesman. The reader sees him in his grand proportions, although the implacable enemy of the white man. Red Cloud, Big Foot, Sitting Bear, Black Horse, Wolf-That-Lies-Down, Young-Man-Afraid-of-His-Horse and scores of other mighty chiefs with strange names and dauntless courage are vividly pictured. This work also traces the causes which have led to hostilities between the Red Men and the White. It deals fearlessly with this question, and in a bold manner states facts as they exist. In short, the aim has been to make this a standard work, the most complete ever written, unsurpassed in thrilling narratives, bold adventures, critical situations, and achievements which give luster to heroism, as well as barbarities which shock humanity. In order to give you the most accurate description of this rare and exciting 1890s volume, I have provided some helpful details below. (1) SITTING BULL AND THE GHOST DANCE: A strange craze Superstitions of the Indians A famous chief The foe of the whites The old chief defiant Destruction of property What the Ghost Dance really is Noisy camp meetings Description of the Ghost Dance The weird, ghostly chanting A chief in luxury Is there a remedy? (3) THE MOUND BUILDERS WHO THEY WERE, AND WHAT THEIR RELATIONS WERE TO THE INDIANS WHO SUCCEEDED THEM IN AMERICA: Mounds of immense size Difficulty of building these structures Contents of the mounds Origin of the Mound Builders. (4) EARLY HISTORY OF THE NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS FIRST CONTACT WITH WHITE MEN: Atrocious cruelties Brave explorers Indian bravery Captain John Smith Strange ornaments Savages astonished Weird incantations Grand reception to Captain Newport A cunning disguise Warned by Pocahontas The fair hostage. (5) THE PURITAN AND INDIANS THRILLING EXPERIENCES OF EARLY SETTLERS: A singular story Plot to murder the settlers The famous Pequots Indian legends A daring attack Popular chief The Tammany Festival Southern Tribes. (6) WARS OF THE COLONIES WITH THE INDIANS: Preparing for a massacre King Philips War Destruction of Brookfield Inhuman cruelty Horrid barbarity Close of King Philips War A hot pursuit Death and destruction The savages rushed in I cross out my account Lovewell fatally shot A miraculous escape Frightful slaughter Death brings relief. (8) HOSTILITIES ON THE FRONTIER: Rescue of captives Thrilling scenes Inportant expedition A resolute demand Diabolical deeds Buildings turned into slaughter houses A thrilling speech. (9) ROMANTIC ADVENTURES OF DANIEL BOONE: Exploits and Hair-breadth Escapes A captivating story Alone in a vast wilderness A wonderful fort Planting a colony A daring scout Romantic escape Taken captive Boone in the hands of the savages A painful ordeal The captives flight A steady storm of lead Now, boone, we got you The savages outwitted Chased by redskins A run for life. (10) INDIAN CAPTIVITIES: How the captives suffered Brutal murder Terrible sufferings Remarkable adventures Fiendish torture Hot coals and firebrands Williamsons escape Capture of Colonel Smith An infernal stratagem On the move Indian hospitality What Indians eat Method of killing bears Catching beavers Saved by a hollow tree Lost in the forest A runaway wife Cold and hunger A singular ceremony Smith escapes. (11) THRILLING ADVENTURES OF INDIAN CAPTIVES: Exciting story of Alexander Henry and others Drinking the blood of their victims The pursuers near Henrys life spared Arrayed in Indian costume Conclusion of the feast Strange superstitions Ridiculous ceremonies An awful scene Terrific explosion. (12) THE FAMOUS WAR WITH THE CREEKS AND OTHER HOSTILES: Bloodthirsty savages and valiant white men Slaughter of the innocent War with the Seminoles A crafty chief A cold-blooded massacre A deplorable fate Interment of the dead Prompt action A bold fighter A gallant defence Feigning to be drowned Important capture The Indians surrender Ludicrous costumes Desperate battle Painted by the sun Description of Little Turtle Herkimers mortal wound. (13) THE MASSACRE OF WYOMING: Inhuman butcheries A ghastly tale The celebrated Red Jacket Diabolical torture Felled by the tomahawk A shrewd reply Speech by Red Jacket. (14) THE CELEBRATED TECUMSEH: Black Hawks War The Sioux, the Sacs and the Foxes Sanguinary conflicts Bravest of the brave Black Hawks War Great indignation The crisis at hand The Indians retreat Magnificent warriors Excitement over the chiefs Arrival in New York Black Hawk in a passion Indians visit the east. (15) LAST DANCE OF THE POTTAWATOMIES: Amazing spectacle Bloody encounter with the Comanches Fierce yells Serious conflicts The red skins routed The air thick with missiles. (16) THE MINNESOTA MASSACRE AND ITS HORRORS: A reign of terror in the northwest Farmer Indians Causes of the uprising Fraud and knavery Exasperating stories A secret lodge Sudden attack The die cast Death-dealing miscreants Death of brave Marsh Four thousand hostiles Thrilling spectacle Revolting crimes Settlers fleeing for their lives Pursuit of the savages Terrible suspense A wounded fugitive Pouring in a heavy fire Fopurteen days without food What Little Crow had to say Asleep or crazy? A would-be suicide Reckless bravery Summary vengeance Scene at the trial A young thug Thirty-eight Indians hung Eager for the scaffold Fomenting war Death of Little Crow A bloody crime. (17) GENERAL SULLYS WAR WITH THE SIOUX ON THE MISSOURI RIVER: Colonel Browns exciting campaigns on the Republican River Other Sioux matters Men flying across the prairie Shot by a little Dutchman A hard battle Courageous fighter Neetmok Pathetic cries We are lost! A brave act Colonel Browns expedition A riderless horse Hiles thrilling story Wolves attack the snow hut An ominous howl Dangers of the Overland Route Startling discovery Death to travelers A clever capture The ranche at night Encounter with roughs Surprised by the foe Anderson sells his life dearly. (18) THE FETTERMAN MASSACRE: War with the Sioux in Wyoming Territory A desolate region A motley throng Gathering for a powwow Fabulous diamond Massacre of Fetterman Rapid firing heard Details of the slaughter Death preferred to capture Prepared for the worst Relics of the conflict No surrender A hasty march Wonderful coolness Horrors of the battlefield Eager for powder and bullets Timely arrival of cavalry The savages put to flight. (19) WAR WITH THE CHEYENNES AND ARRAPAHOES IN 1868-69: General Forsyths fight on the Arickaree Campaigns of General Carr Surrounded by the enemy In direful straits Relief comes The blow explained An order from General Sheridan Dreadful suffering Capture of a thief Bold attempt to escape A stage-coach robber Prepare for action A squaws bloody deed Cody kills Tall Bull. (20) BATTLE OF THE WASHITA: Custers war with the Cheyennes, Arrapahoes, Kiowas and Comanches, 1868-69 Expert horsemen Singular custom A severe storm Guarding against the enemy We smell fire The foe near The guides alarmed Approach of morning Crack of a rifle Hard fighting Furious charges repulsed Return to the camp General Custer offered a squaw in marriage Grand military review A costly campaign The Indians flying Chiefs made prisoners Sheridans decisive measures The troubles ended. (21) THE MODOC WAR IN 1873: Murder of General Canby and others Dastardly deeds The Modocs fight and run Exploits of Captain Jack Peace commissioners assassinated The combatants in council Murder of General Canby The country shocked by the massacre. (22) TROUBLES WITH THE APACHES, KIOWAS AND CAMANCHES IN 1874-75: Atrocities committed upon white settlers The Kiowas open fire On the trail Plan of attack The battle ground. (23) WAR WITH SITTING BULL IN 1876, 1877, 1878, 1879 AND 1880: The Custer Massacre Shocking barbarities Pushing forward The Sioux in camp The Sioux wild war cry Arrival of Terrys force Custers brave fight Self-sacrificing heroism Terrible slaughter The brave are fallen Sitting Bull exultant Hostilities renewed Attempt to Colonel Miles Sitting Bull escapes to Canada Bold attempt to escape Indians hunted like wild beasts. (24) THE WAR WITH THE NEZ PERCES: Sanguinary combats Remarkable speech of Chief Joseph Foul murder by whites General McDowells order General Howard in command A cloud of dust An abandoned camp Colonel Gibbons pursuit The foe overtaken Quick work An attack frustrated A four-days conflict Speech of Joseph Remarkable statements The white aggressors Doherty’s description No man owns any part of the earth The old man dying Noble sentiments Indian logic The white mans threats One man as good as another Did you make the world? Joseph counsels submission Avoiding bloodshed A revengeful brave Grave charges against the whites A break for liberty What might have happened Faith in General Miles Words do not pay for dead people One law for all. (25) THE UTE MASSACRE OF 1879 AT THE WHITE RIVER AGENCY: Agent Meeker and his family killed Cost of keeping an Indian A false report Meeker calls for help. (26) WAR OF 1890-91: Bold Cheyenne braves Splendid charge against squadrons of regular cavalry An unequal combat Hostilities predicted The murderers flee An extraordinary challenge The scene of an encounter Picturesque sight The charge of the Cheyennes A debt of blood for blood General Armstrongs report Short allowance of beef Discontent among the Sioux. (27) THE NEW INDIAN MESSIAH: Mysterious craze among the red men Sitting Bull watching his opportunity Alarm at the Indian agencies The Ghost Dance Startling prophecies Strange antics Message from the Messiah The dead to be raised The craze fostered by designing white men Preparing for the outbreak Alarm among the settlers Attempted assassination Startling reports from Pine Ridge The dancing continues Indians ready for war Supernatural aid needed A horrible plot revealed Troops to be lured into a trap White people threatened Alarming reports. (28) CAPTURE OF SITTING BULL: Death of the great Sioux chief The Indians thirst for blood Wholesale slaughter of cattle Natural defences A great struggle imminent A vow to fight to the death The red men well armed Conference with the hostiles General Brookes offer Turning Bear makes reply Efforts to rescue the chief The killed and the wounded Why Sitting Bull was arrested Not a warrior of high order A shrewd politician. (29) HISTORY OF SITTING BULL: Career of the famous Sioux warrior and deadly foe of the whites Hurried march Horrible scene Frightfully mutilated Warlike ambition Losing prestige Captain Kings graphic account Odd names The Indian police Picked men Their uniform Captain Bullhead Indian judges. (31) INCIDENTS OF WOUNDED KNEE BATTLE: Personal adventures and narrow escapes Savage cruelty Dance of the Medicine Men Fierce onslaught The Little Hero of the Battle How Big Foot died President Harrison heard from Death of Lieutenant Casey Instant death. (32) THE INDIANS ADVANCE TOWARD PINE RIDGE: General Miles disarms them Closing scenes of the bloody conflict Ready for an attack A hostile demonstration Indian powwow Seven thousand in the camp The review Sioux scouts at the head Blast of bugles The fighting Ninth and Seventh Custers battle melody. (33) THE INDIAN PROBLEM: What shall be done with the Redskins Crimes of the nation Reservation schools Life on the reservation Letter to Mr Wanamaker Self-supporting Indians Opinion of General Sherman Statement by President Harrison Indians often badly treated Complaints investigated False reports of robbery. (34) REVIEW OF THE INDIAN CONFLICT: Secretary Nobles view The Redskins should work Indian education Neetmok Weighty statistics Funds apportioned Poor equipments What is taught The policy urged by Captain Pratt How to civilize savages Evils to be shunned. (35) ADDRESS TO THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES: The Sioux The Heathen Party Broken promises The Messiah craze Bad appointments Sweeping changes The spoils system A frightened agent The causes of the war The remedy A forcible appeal. Remember folks, this is an 1891 First Edition. This book is 128 years old. Please be sure to add me to your List of Favorite Sellers. Don’t miss out on any of my latest listings. 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  • Year Printed: 1891
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Topic: Indian Wars
  • Binding: Fine Binding
  • Region: North America
  • Origin: American
  • Author: Northrop
  • Subject: Military & War
  • Original/Facsimile: Original
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: NA
  • Place of Publication: NA
  • Special Attributes: 1st Edition

1891 INDIAN WARS HORRORS Wild West Sioux SITTING BULL U. S. Army CUSTER Cavalry