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    • Patagonian Giants at the World's Fair.

    • Patagonian Giants at the World's Fair.

    • Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904 : Saint Louis, Mo.); Exhibitions; Families; Patagonians; Tehuelche Indians; Indigenous peoples

    • Five men, a woman, and a girl, wearing headbands and fur-lined shawls, and a dog (held by the woman) stand in a row near a cement wall with high windows, while a white man in a top hat sits behind them, apparently on steps. The group are...
    • Igorota wedding ceremony.

    • Igorota wedding ceremony.

    • Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904 : Saint Louis, Mo.); Exhibitions; Men; Women; Igorot (Philippine people); Indigenous peoples; Rites & ceremonies

    • Six men in loincloths and two women in robes stand in a row outdoors behind two men in loincloths on the ground, one doing acrobatics, one sitting. There are five huts and a large building in the background. Handwritten on the bottom of the...
    • Igorota widow[?].

    • Igorota widow[?].

    • Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904 : Saint Louis, Mo.); Exhibitions; Girls; Igorot (Philippine people); Indigenous peoples

    • Girl wearing a blanket over two shirts poses outdoors, with a young boy wearing a loincloth and a building with a thatched roof visible in the background. Handwritten at top of photo: Igorota widow[?]. The Igorots come from the Cordillera region,...
    • Igorota warrior.

    • Igorota warrior.

    • Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904 : Saint Louis, Mo.); Exhibitions; Men; Igorot (Philippine people); Indigenous peoples

    • Close-up of a man wearing a loincloth, small woven hat, and earring. Handwritten at top of photo: Igorota Warrior. The Igorots come from the Cordillera region, in the Philippines island of Luzon; since the World's Fair in St. Louis, Missouri was...
    • Igorata wedding dance.

    • Igorata wedding dance.

    • Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904 : Saint Louis, Mo.); Exhibitions; Men; Igorot (Philippine people); Indigenous peoples; Musical instruments; Percussion instruments; Drums (Musical instruments); Ceremonial dancers

    • A row of men in loincloths dance behind one another, banging on metal drums. Handwritten twice at bottom of photo: Igorata Wedding Dance. The Igorots come from the Cordillera region, in the Philippines island of Luzon; since the World's Fair in St....
    • Mexican copper beating.

    • Mexican copper beating.

    • Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904 : Saint Louis, Mo.); Exhibitions; Men; Indians of Mexico; Indigenous peoples; Sombreros; Copper; Forging

    • At the World's Fair in St. Louis, Missouri, five men take turns hitting copper with mallets; they are hitting the metal which a sixth man, who is kneeling, is holding onto a block with tongs. Five of the men are wearing white sombreros. The men are...
    • Mexican Indians [and] furnace.

    • Mexican Indians [and] furnace.

    • Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904 : Saint Louis, Mo.); Exhibitions; Men; Indians of Mexico; Indigenous peoples; Sombreros; Furnaces; Huts

    • At the World's Fair in St. Louis, Missouri, in a yard inside a stockade fence, a man holds a shovel to an opening in a large oven under a roof. Two men, one in a sombrero, stand by two long troughs; one trough is resting on the other. The men are...
    • Mexican Indians in hut.

    • Mexican Indians in hut.

    • Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904 : Saint Louis, Mo.); Exhibitions; Men; Indians of Mexico; Indigenous peoples; Sombreros; Huts

    • At the World's Fair in St. Louis, Missouri, two men wearing sombreros sit on benches at a table inside a small hut made of sticks, probably in the Anthropology Villages. Such "living displays" were intended to expose visitors to the fair...
    • Bagobo warriors.

    • Bagobo warriors.

    • Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904 : Saint Louis, Mo.); Exhibitions; Bagobo (Philippine people); Indigenous peoples; Men; Daggers & swords

    • At the World's Fair in St. Louis, Missouri, three barefoot men in bead-adorned shorts, jackets, and sheaths, each wearing a different style of hat, hold swords. Behind them is a hut and trees. They are Bagobo Moros, a Muslim tribe from the western...
    • Cairo scene.

    • Cairo scene.

    • Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904 : Saint Louis, Mo.); Exhibitions; Arabs--Africa, North; Indigenous peoples; Men; Turbans; Donkeys; Signs (Notices)

    • Five turbaned men and two harnessed donkeys in front of a building with a metal grid, part of the "Orient" concession along the "Pike" at the World's Fair in St. Louis, Missouri. On the building to the left of the grid, a notice...
    • Egyptian musician.

    • Egyptian musician.

    • Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904 : Saint Louis, Mo.); Exhibitions; Arabs--Africa, North; North Africans; Indigenous peoples; Men; Boys; Turbans; Musicians; Camels; Musical instruments; Percussion instruments; Drums (Musical instruments); Staffs...

    • A man wearing a turban sits on a camel, probably in Festival Hall at the World's Fair in St. Louis, Missouri. He holds a stick, and is seated behind what appear to be a pair of drums. A man with a walking stick wearing a turban and white robe...
    • Nubian prince.

    • Nubian prince.

    • Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904 : Saint Louis, Mo.); Exhibitions; North Africans; Indigenous peoples; Men; Clothing & dress; Turbans

    • At the World's Fair in St. Louis, Missouri, a man wearing a silk turban, embroidered vest, collarless shirt, sash, and white cloth stands holding a staff. He may be a Nubian (from North Africa). Such "living displays" were intended to...
    • Americae nova tabula.

    • Americae nova tabula.

    • Maps; Indigenous peoples

    • Map of the Western Hemisphere, including the Americas, Greenland and the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, which shows countries, mountain ranges, bays, rivers, large lakes, towns, and villages. Across the top are bird's eye illustrations of nine...
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