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Pamunkey tribal member Captola Cook poses for the photographer Frank G. Speck sometime around 1910 in an unknown location. Speck (1881–1950) was a native of New York and a professor of anthropology at the University of Pennsylvania, where he…

Pamunkey tribal member Theodora Dennis Cook poses for the photographer Frank G. Speck sometime around 1900 in King William County. Cook wears a cape made of wild turkey and duck feathers. Speck (1881–1950) was a native of New York and a…

Chickahominy tribal member Maggie Adkins poses for the photographer Frank G. Speck sometime around 1900 at an unknown location.Speck (1881–1950) was a native of New York and a professor of anthropology at the University of Pennsylvania, where…

Rappahannock tribal member Elsie Nelson poses for the photographer Frank G. Speck in Indian Neck sometime between 1914 and 1925. Speck (1881–1950) was a native of New York and a professor of anthropology at the University of Pennsylvania, where…

Chickahominy tribal members Winona and Iola Bradby pose for the photographer Frank G. Speck in Providence Forge sometime around 1900. Speck (1881–1950) was a native of New York and a professor of anthropology at the University of Pennsylvania,…

Chickahominy tribal members visit the Executive Mansion in Richmond on December 10, 1919, to present Governor Westmoreland Davis with game. The annual tribute honored the terms of the treatyending the Third Anglo-Powhatan War (1644–1646). In…

Parkey Major, a Mattaponi girl, poses for an unknown photographer near West Point sometime around 1900. The photograph likely was taken on or near the Mattaponi Reservation, located between Route 30 and the Mattaponi River.

Students stand with their teacher in front of the Bear Mountain Indian Mission School on the Monacan settlement near Bear Mountain in Amherst County in 1914. The log cabin, serving as a church, had existed on the site since about 1868. In 1908, the…