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From the Smithsonian's collection of anthropological resources and cultural documentation from around the world. Most of the photographs in this collection were taken by anthropologists James Mooney and Frank Speck around the turn of the century.
Photographs of Monacan Indians from the collection of Jackson Davis, an educational reformer and photographer. From the University of Virginia Library's Special Collections.
This engraving, taken from life, shows an American Indian man wearing a necklace, earrings, and head ornaments. The inscription in the upper left reads, "Unus Americanus ex Virginia" (an American from Virginia), a place name that early in the seventeenth century referred to much of both present-day Virginia and New England. In 1996, the scholar George R. Hamell identified the man as Jacques, an…