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        Children and Families | Native American Civilizations | U.S. History

        This mini-collection of photographs of Native Americans were individually selected from the prestigious Getty Images collections to help PBS LearningMedia teachers and students discuss Native American History. Visit our full collection of 150 images, all downloadable for classroom use.

        The Navajo Reservation | Native American Civilizations | U.S. History

        5 year old boy. The Navajo Nation is the biggest Native American reservation in the USA. It extends into the states of Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico covering 27,000 square miles of unparalleled beauty. Dine Bikeyah, or Navajoland, is larger than 10 out of the 50 American states. Today, the Navajo nation is striving to sustain a viable economy for an ever increasing population that now surpasses 250,000.

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        Sitting Bull by D.F. Barry | Native American Civilizations | U.S. History

        1885

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        Pawnee Home | Native American Civilizations | U.S. History

        A Pawnee family poses outside their earth lodge at Loup, Nebraska. Pawnees are Plains Indians most of whom were nomadic and lived in tepees. Original Artwork: Photo by William Henry Jackson (1843-1942) (Photo by William Henry Jackson/Getty Images)

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        Blackfoot Family | Native American Civilizations | U.S. History

        Original caption: 'A Blackfoot chief and squaw.' The family is traveling on horseback carrying a child on a travois. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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        Ute Indians | Native American Civilizations | U.S. History

        A group of Ute Indians in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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        Little Moshe | Native American Civilizations | U.S. History

        The painted face of Moshe, a young Mojave girl. (Photo by Edward S Curtis/Getty Images)

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        Apache Family | Native American Civilizations | U.S. History

        New Mexico Jicarella Apache family outside their home.

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        Arikara Family | Native American Civilizations | U.S. History

        A 'Yellow Bone Woman' from the Arikara tribe with her husband and baby. The Arikara followed an agricultural style of life along the Missouri River.

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        Hopi Mother | Native American Civilizations | U.S. History

        circa 1900: American native mother of the Hopi tribe with a child on her back. (Photo by Edward S. Curtis/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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        Sioux woman carrying baby in papoose on back | Native American Civilizations | U.S. History

        UNITED STATES - CIRCA 1930s: Sioux woman carrying baby in papoose on back.

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        Papoose Baby | Native American Civilizations | U.S. History

        circa 1955: A Native American Saskatchewan Indian with her baby wrapped up in a papoose bag. (Photo by Three Lions/Getty Images)

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        American Family | Native American Civilizations | U.S. History

        May 1937: A native American family outside their home in the Glacier National Park Reserve, USA. (Photo by Michael Ledger/Fox Photos/Getty Images)

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        American Family | Native American Civilizations | U.S. History

        A native American family group showing traditional Indian styles of clothing and ways of carrying their babies.

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        Occum's Family | Native American Civilizations | U.S. History

        Chief Lemuel Occum Fielding of the Mohican tribe visits Washington, DC with his daughter Myrtice Germaine and his son Everett Fielding. His mission is twofold - to cure President Woodrow Wilson of his stroke and to press his claim for tribal lands in Norw

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        Popago Americans | Native American Civilizations | U.S. History

        December 1950: Two Native American boys of the Popago (bean-eating) tribe, covered with pale body make-up, at Sells in southern Arizona. (Photo by Keystone Features/Getty Images)

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