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Bertie Branham, a Monacan basket maker, holds her granddaughter during a Monacan tribal event at which a bridge in Lynchburg was named for the tribe and dedicated.

A wife of an Indianweroance, or chief, carries a gourd while her eight-to-ten-year-old daughter waves a European rattle and holds a well-dressed doll in this colored engraving by Theodor de Bry based on a watercolor painting by John White. Adding…

Indian mothers carry their children on their backs in this colored engraving by Theodor de Bry that was based on a watercolor painting by John White. Adding considerable detail to White's eyewitness sketch, de Bry shows village life as it was lived…

Virginia governor Charles S. "Chuck" Robb speaks with children dressed in Native American clothing at a Thanksgiving celebration outside the Virginia State Capitol. From left to right are Ivy Hill, age eight; Michelle Hill, age eleven; April Hill,…

Virginia governor Charles S. "Chuck" Robb speaks with Mattaponi chief Webster Custalow and a young woman wearing Native American dress at a Thanksgiving celebration at the State Capitol in Richmond. This photograph, by Bruce Parker, was taken for…

Five-year-old Rappahannock tribal member Tashina Ware,wearing a deerskin outfit and moccasins,climbs the stairs of the State Capitol's south portico in order to watch Monacan tribal members perform a ceremonial dance. The Monacan Indian Nation was…

A man wearing traditional Native American dress of deerskin, beads, and feathers plays a large drum while a boy sits on another man's lap at a celebration that was part of Native American Week in Virginia. This photograph, by an unknown…

People sitting and standing on a small hill beside a road watch a parade during the celebration of Native American Week in Virginia. An Indian girl stands up in a small convertible sports car and waves to the onlookers. This photograph, by an…

A father and his three children pose for photographer William Bradshaw at the Chickahominy Reservation in Charles City County in 1969.

Stella Adkins (Whitehead), a Chickahominy Indian aged between six months and two years, poses in a red wagon for an unknown photographer sometime between 1947 and 1949 in Charles City County.