Yale University
Photographs show groups of Cheyenne and Arapaho Indians posed in front of tipis, tents, and trees, most likely in what is now Oklahoma. A few wear western clothing, and a white man and boy appear in some images. Individuals pictured include Mrs. Scabby Bull, Ethel Black Wolf, Rabbit Run, Wolf Chase, Coal A Fire, Strik-em-First, Singing Man, Jay Gould, Big Timber, and Myrtle Bad Man, among others. Two views of the Arapaho camp and one of the Cheyenne camp are taken from a distance. The album also contains two photographs of Niagara Falls
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Portraits of Arapaho and Dakota men, women, and children in mix of Euro-American and traditional dress; tepees and other structures in the background. One image of a tepee surrounded by brush fence. Dakota sitters include Two Charge, Chief Yellow Hair, Langius Goose, and Julia Fall Cream
Smithsonian - National Anthropological Archives
Scope and Contents note Cabinet photographs, largely portraits, made by Baker and Johnston photographic studio. They may be part of a photographic series focusing on Shoshonis, Arapahos, and Apaches. Images include studio portraits of Black Coal, an Arapaho; Washakie, a Shoshoni chief; Sharpnose, an Arapaho; two Arapaho boys with bows and arrows; and Mollie, an Arapho woman posed with a baby in a carrier.
Indiana University - Archives of Traditional Music
A collection consisting primarily of peyote songs of Arapaho, Winnebago, Kiowa, Comanche, Ponca, and Oto origins ; also included are examples of sun dance songs, gambling songs, hand game songs, love songs, wolf dance songs, morning songs, star-child songs and scout songs of Arapaho, Kiowa, Crow and Atsina origins
Indiana University - Archives of Traditional Music
Wolf dance songs, from Sioux -- Round dance songs, from Gros Ventres -- Rabbit dance songs, from Cree -- Sun dance songs -- Soldier's songs / Zoe Friday -- Flag songs / Andrew Headly -- Soldier's songs / Elk Redman -- Skybird's songs ; Wolf song ; Thunderbird song / Yellow Calf (Arapaho chief) -- Peyote songs -- Wolf dance songs -- Round dance songs -- Victory dance songs about World War I.
Douglas County History Research Center
Reprints of early newspaper articles about Boulder's first settlers and their dealings with the Arapaho Indians, and Gold Hill, Colorado
Smithsonian - National Anthropological Archives
Scope and Contents note Images of Plains Indians and United States peace commissions in and around Fort Laramie during treaty negotiations in 1868. The collection includes images of Major Grimes, a surgeon Schnell, and A. S. H. White (Secretary of the 1868 treaty).
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Five Arapaho Indians, standing outside a tipi surrounded by a brush fence
Eastern Washington State Historical Society - Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture
Photographs of Flathead Indians: Reservation, powwow, parade. Photographs of Blackfeet Indians: Blackfeet delegation to Wash. D.C. Arapaho Indians: school. Pueblo Indians: New Mexico Pueblo settlement
Yale University
Authorization by the President to Secretary of State William H. Seward to affix the seal of the United States to the President's proclamation of a treaty between the United States and the northern Cheyenne and Arapaho Indians. The treaty was concluded in 1867 and signed by the President in 1868