Black and white photograph of Charles Bender, 1911.

Charles Bender, Philadelphia Athletics pitcher

Charles Bender during the prime of his baseball career, 1911. Photograph by Paul Thompson.

Ojibwe bandolier bag made c.1900.

Bandolier bag

Ojibwe bandolier bag made c.1900.

Miniature birchbark makak (Ojibwe storage basket) decorated in floral motifs employing colored cord and yarn. The makak is filled with maple sugar.

Miniature makak containing maple sugar

Miniature birchbark makak (Ojibwe storage basket) decorated in floral motifs employing colored cord and yarn. The makak is filled with maple sugar.

Pair of Ojibwe child's leather moccasins. Made in Isle, Mille Lacs County c.1910.

Child’s leather moccasins

Pair of Ojibwe child's leather moccasins. Made in Isle, Mille Lacs County c.1910.

Ojibwe black velvet dance costume shirt was probably made for Kay-zhe-baush-kung (Otto Bismark) of Walker, Minnesota. Purchased by Neal Barnard at the Leech Lake Reservation ca.1920.

Dance costume shirt

Ojibwe black velvet dance costume shirt was probably made for Kay-zhe-baush-kung (Otto Bismark) of Walker, Minnesota. Purchased by Neal Barnard at the Leech Lake Reservation ca.1920.

Round pinback button commemorating the twenty-second anniversary of the American Indian Movement (AIM). Manufacturer unknown, circa 1990.

AIM anniversary button (1990)

Round pinback button commemorating the twenty-second anniversary of the American Indian Movement (AIM). Manufacturer unknown, circa 1990.

Color acetate film slide of Violet Weyaus gathering maple syrup on the Lake Mille Lacs Reservation on April 19, 1947. Photographed by Monroe P. Killy.

Violet Weyaus gathering sap, Lake Mille Lacs

Color acetate film slide of Violet Weyaus gathering maple syrup on the Lake Mille Lacs Reservation on April 19, 1947. Photographed by Monroe P. Killy.

Black-and-white photograph of an Ojibwe birch bark canoe and two paddlers c.1910.

Ojibwe birch bark canoe and paddlers

Black-and-white photograph of an Ojibwe birch bark canoe and two paddlers c.1910.

Ojibwe tanned deer hide

Ojibwe tanned deer hide

Tanned deer hide made by Ojibwe Indians, date unknown.

Photograph of Ojibwe women gathering wild rice c.1885.

Ojibwe women gathering wild rice

Photograph of Ojibwe women gathering wild rice. Photographed by Charles A. Zimmerman c.1885.

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