Black and white vintage print, depicting the Mandan Chief Mato-tope, aka Four Bears, standing in full length, three-quarter view, wearing full ceremonial garb, including a feathered headdress, made of ermine, with horns on either side, and holding a hatchet and a lance, with his wife, Brown Woman, standing slightly behind him, wearing a similar but longer tunic, and men seated on top of large, circular earth lodges in the background, located in North America, published in John George Wood's volume 'The uncivilized races of men in all countries of the world, being a comprehensive account of the

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Black and white vintage print, depicting the Mandan Chief Mato-tope, aka Four Bears, standing in full length, three-quarter view, wearing full ceremonial garb, including a feathered headdress, made of ermine, with horns on either side, and holding a hatchet and a lance, with his wife, Brown Woman, standing slightly behind him, wearing a similar but longer tunic, and men seated on top of large, circular earth lodges in the background, located in North America, published in John George Wood's volume 'The uncivilized races of men in all countries of the world, being a comprehensive account of the Stock Photo
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Black and white vintage print, depicting the Mandan Chief Mato-tope, aka Four Bears, standing in full length, three-quarter view, wearing full ceremonial garb, including a feathered headdress, made of ermine, with horns on either side, and holding a hatchet and a lance, with his wife, Brown Woman, standing slightly behind him, wearing a similar but longer tunic, and men seated on top of large, circular earth lodges in the background, located in North America, published in John George Wood's volume 'The uncivilized races of men in all countries of the world, being a comprehensive account of the
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Black and white vintage print, depicting the Mandan Chief Mato-tope, aka Four Bears, standing in full length, three-quarter view, wearing full ceremonial garb, including a feathered headdress, made of ermine, with horns on either side, and holding a hatchet and a lance, with his wife, Brown Woman, standing slightly behind him, wearing a similar but longer tunic, and men seated on top of large, circular earth lodges in the background, located in North America, published in John George Wood's volume 'The uncivilized races of men in all countries of the world, being a comprehensive account of their manners and customs, and of their physical, social, mental, moral and religious characteristics', 1877. Courtesy Internet Archive. ()
Location: United States