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    • Cast of "Lily of the Mohawks," 1938

    • War bonnets -- South Dakota; Tekakwitha, Kateri, 1656-1680; Oglala Indians -- Costume; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Indian weapons -- North America; Indian metal-work -- South Dakota; Indian featherwork -- South Dakota; Indian beadwork -- South...
    • Student cast of play, "Lily of the Mohawks"
      Note by Archivist: Left to right, 4th row rear (rear): __ (boy), Henry Black Elk, Cleveland “Moot” Nelson, Eugene Rooks (in war bonnet); 3rd row seated: Betty Livermont, Gertrude Pourier, Marie...
    • School drama, 1911? - 1925?

    • Children's plays, American; Crow Indians -- Costume; Indian children -- Montana; Indian weapons -- North America; Indians of North America -- Drama; Indians of North America -- Montana;
    • Verso caption: Some of our boys in their native dress for a Crow play
      Size: 8.4cm x 14.0cm
      Negative no.: Same as Identifier
    • Cast of school play, 1930

    • Boarding schools -- Wisconsin; Children's plays, American; Indian children -- Wisconsin; Indians of North America -- Drama; Indians of North America -- Wisconsin;
    • Verso caption: 4th and 5th Grade Girls in "Father's Feast Day Party."
      Size: 13.5cm x 8cm
      Negative no.: Same as Identifier
    • Menominee Indian children enacting wedding, 1931

    • Children's plays, American; Indian children -- Wisconsin; Indians of North America -- Drama; Indians of North America -- Wisconsin; Marriage -- Catholic Church
    • Verso caption: The wedding of the paint doll. The bride is Marie Waupoose. (Waupoose in English means rabbit.) She is ten years old.
      Size: 8.2cm x 13.5cm
      Negative no.: Same as Identifier
    • Tekakwitha school play, 1935

    • Catholic Church -- Missions -- New Mexico; Children's plays, American; Indian children -- New Mexico; Indian metal-work -- New Mexico; Indians of North America -- Drama; Indians of North America -- Jewelry -- New Mexico; Indians of North America --...
    • Verso caption: Jemez. N. Mex. Tekakwitha Play May 16, 1935
      Size: 7.7cm x 13.5cm
      Negative no.: Same as Identifier
      Note by Archivist: Image in photo exhibits at Vatican Museums and John Cabot University, Rome, honoring Kateri Tekakwitha,...
    • School Christmas play, 1918

    • Children's plays, American; Christmas plays, American; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- Drama; Indians of North America -- South Dakota;
    • Verso caption: Sioux Indians, Students St. Francis Mission School, Rosebud Reservation, South Dakota in tablleau = "The Flight into Egypt." From the Christmas play 1918 St. Francis Mission. Return to Miss McGill. Haymarket, Virginia.
      Size:...
    • School Christmas play, 1918

    • Children's plays, American; Christmas plays, American; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- Drama; Indians of North America -- South Dakota;
    • Verso caption: Sioux Indians in tableaux "The Incarnation" From the Christmas play, 1918 St. F.M. Return to Miss McGill. Haymarket, Virginia.
      Size: 19.5 x 24.7
      Negative no.: Same as Identifier
    • Lucy Clifford in play "Coaina," 1931

    • Bells -- South Dakota; Buckskin -- South Dakota; Children's plays, American; Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indians -- Mixed descent; Indians of North America -- Drama; Indians of North America -- South Dakota;...
    • Verso caption: Lucy[?] Clifford (mixed blood) in play Coaina at H.R.M. She was "Coaina"
      Size: 13.7cm x 8cm
      Negative no.: Same as Identifier
    • Cast in tribal dress for school play, "Neoga," 1931

    • Buckskin -- South Dakota; Children's plays, American; Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian embroidery -- South Dakota; Indian featherwork -- South Dakota; Indian metal-work -- South Dakota; Indians of North...
    • Verso caption: "Neoga" Indian Play. Holy Rosary Mission School, S. Dak.
      Note by Archivist: Published in The Indian Sentinel, v. 13 n. 1, p. 45.
      Size: 8cm x 13.6cm
      Negative no.: Same as Identifier
    • Rebecca Running Bird and Ethel Brandon in school Christmas play, 1918

    • Children's plays, American; Christmas plays, American; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- Drama; Indians of North America -- South Dakota; Jesus Christ -- Nativity -- Drama; Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint;
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: The Angel is Rebecca Running Bird and Ethel Brandon is the Blessed Mother.
      Negative no.: Same as Identifier
    • Cast of "Tekakwitha or Lily of the Mohawks," 1933?

    • Children's plays, American; Indian children -- New Mexico; Indian blankets -- North America; Indian pottery -- New Mexico -- Zuni Pueblo; Indians of North America -- Drama; Indians of North America -- Jewelry -- New Mexico; Indians of North...
    • Verso caption: The entire cast of Play "Tekakwitha or Lily of the Mohawks"
      Size: 8.1cm x 13.1cm
      Negative no.: Same as Identifier
      Note by Archivist: Image in photo exhibits at Vatican Museums and John Cabot University, Rome, honoring Kateri...
    • Sicangu girls in colonial costumes, n.d.

    • Children's plays, American; Classrooms -- South Dakota -- St. Francis; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- South Dakota;
    • Following information provided by the Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum: [L to R] Charlotte Gordon, ? Hudson, Leah Rooks, Josephine Emery (Hale), Effie Kincaid
      Negative no.: Same as Identifier
    • Students acting on stage, n.d.

    • Children -- South Dakota -- 1930-1940; Children -- South Dakota -- 1940-1950; Children's plays, American; Drama -- Student Plays; Holy Rosary Mission Indian School -- Students; Indian children -- South Dakota;
    • 3 students: An older female in dress with shorter hemline depicting a young adult; an older female with long hemline depicting an older adult; and a younger male student in suit and tie depicting a young adult.
    • Student actors in costume, n.d.

    • Children -- South Dakota -- 1920-1930; Children's plays, American; Drama -- Student Plays; Holy Rosary Mission Indian School -- Students; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Indians -- Mixed descent;
    • 11 students dressed in suits and ties, apparently for a variety show (or vaudeville or minstrel show) performance; 5 with derby hats, 1 with black-face, and 1 with a mustache.
      Verso caption: Top Row=Dan Clifford [far left?], Charles Brown with...
    • Student actor, n.d.

    • Children -- South Dakota -- 1950-1960; Children's plays, American; Holy Rosary Mission Indian School -- Students; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- Drama; Rosary; Wedding costume
    • Student wearing a white dress and veil and holding a rosary in drama production at Holy Rosary Mission School.
    • Cast in tribal dress for school play, "Coaina," 1931

    • Buckskin -- South Dakota; Catholic Church -- Missions -- South Dakota; Children's plays, American; Sisters of St. Francis of Penance and Christian Charity -- South Dakota; Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian...
    • Verso caption: Our Indian girls put on the Indian play "Coaina." They borowed their costumes from their parents & relatives
      Note by Archivist: Published in The Indian Sentinel, v. 11 n. 4, p. 173.
      Size: 8cm x 13.8cm
      Negative no.: Same as...
    • A student actor and teacher off-stage, n.d.

    • Children -- South Dakota -- 1970-1980; Children's plays, American; Drama -- Student Plays; High school teachers -- United States; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Indian women -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- Drama; Red Cloud Indian School...
    • A student actor and teacher off-stage
      Verso caption: Jim Ayers
      Note by Archivist: Jim Ayers was a teacher and Jesuit scholastic.
    • Student actors dramatizing school history, n.d.

    • Children -- South Dakota -- 1960-1970; Children's plays, American; Drama -- Student Plays; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- Drama; Red Cloud Indian School -- Faculty; Red Cloud Indian School -- Students; Jesuits -- South...
    • Student actors dramatizing school history before mural of mission buildings
      Verso Caption: Billy Heart (Red Cloud) David Archambault (Father Bushman) Joe Prue Jr. (school boy) Dennis Bush (Chief)

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