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Members of the Chickahominy, Pamunkey, and Mattaponi tribes pose for an unknown photographer at an intertribal powwow at the Chickahominy reservation in New Kenty County late in the 1920s. Pamunkey chief George Major Cook holds an unknown document.

Chickahominy, Pamunkey, and Mattaponi Indian children play together at an intertribal powwow in an unknown location sometime late in the 1920s. The photographer is unknown. From left to right are Eldridge Adkins, Opechancanough Adkins, Savannah…

Pamunkey tribal members pose with Governor Harry F. Byrd Sr. and their annual tribute of game, probably in Richmond, sometime between 1926 and 1930. The photographer is unknown. The annual tribute honored the terms of the treatyending the Third…

Thelma Davis, Pocahontas Cook, and possibly Walter Bradby, all members of the Pamunkey Tribe, pose in native regalia for Walter Washington Foster, probably in Richmond, sometime around 1920. Foster (1857–1935) was a Richmond photographer whose…

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Female Pamunkey students and their teacher pose for the photographer Walter Washington Foster in Richmond sometime around 1920. Foster (1857–1935) was a Richmond photographer whose collection of glass-plate negatives was donated to the Virginia…

Pamunkey Indians pose for an unknown photographer at the Yorktown Centennial, celebrating George Washington's victory at the Battle of Yorktown. Festivities were held from October 18 until October 21, 1881. Standing from left to right are an…

A painted and framed photograph of Reverend Thomas W. Langston, a member of the Pamunkey tribe, was taken in October 1899 and indicates his birth date as September 24, 1839. The photographer was the prolific De Lancey W. Gill (1859–1940), who…

The Dennis family, all members of the Pamunkey tribe, poses under a tree at a place called the Old Spring for an unknown photographer sometime late in the nineteenth century. From left to right are Thomas Dennis, Keiziah Dennis (1833–1917),…

Pamunkey tribal member Keziah Dennis (1833–1917) poses for an unknown photographer in 1899. The location of the photograph is also unknown.


Pamunkey tribal member Theophilus Dennis poses in a suit and tie for photographer De Lancey W. Gill in an unknown location sometime around 1899.Gill (1859–1940) was a prolific photographer for the Smithsonian Institution's Bureau of American…


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