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Portrait of Father and Mother of John and Theophilus Dennis.jpg
The unidentified father and mother of the Pamunkey men John and Theophilus Dennis sit for portraits by an unidentified photographer in 1899.

Group of Five near Wood Fence Military Uniform 1900.jpg
A family of five Chickahominy Indians, one in what appears to be a military uniform, pose for the photographer James Mooney somewhere in Virginia in 1900. Mooney (1861–1921) was an Indiana native who worked for the Smithsonian Institution's…

Walter Turner Family 1918.jpg
The Nottoway family of Walter Turner poses for an unknown photographer in front of a house in Southampton County in 1918. The photograph identifies the subjects, from left to right, as Fitz, Walter Terry, Laurena, Ben, Marcia, Joe Alley, Woodrow,…

Indian men and women, dressed and undressed, participate in a fire ceremony in this watercolorbyJohn White, the English artist who in 1585 accompanied a failed colonizing expedition toRoanoke Islandin present-day North Carolina.Five people in the…

A husband and wife, relatives of the Monacan Chief Sharon Bryant and identified only as "Uncle Mac" and "Aunt Annie," pose for an unknown photographer in July 1970.

Chickahominy Indians Tazewell (Taze) Adkins and Florine Adkins pose with their children, Hubert and Stella, for an unknown photographer sometime late in the 1940s in Charles City County.

Chickahominy tribal member Florine Adkins poses with one of her nine children in Charles City County sometime in the 1940s or 1950s.

Harry Branham, grandfather of Monacan chief Sharon Bryant, poses for an unknown photographer sometime in the 1920s or 1930s. Harry Branham was born in 1903.

Monacan Indians socialize at Saint Paul's Mission near Bear Mountain in Amherst County in this photograph taken by the Episcopal minister John Haraughty sometime in the 1950s or 1960s. The log cabin, serving as a church, had existed on the Bear…

Nansemond - Page 39.jpg
This house, created in consultation with the Nansemond Indian Lee Lockamy, is a reconstruction of structures typical to the Algonquian-speaking Indians of Tsenacomoco at the time the English settlers founded Jamestown. It is located at First Landing…
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