The images on this site are from cataloguing records in our collection database. George Eastman House believes that providing access to these low resolution images through this web site is within the scope of the educational mission of the museum. If a copyright holder objects to this web use, please contact George Eastman House (e-mail link?). The images in question will be removed at the request of the copyright holder. Information pertaining to intellectual rights is subject to change. George Eastman House cannot guarantee the currency or accuracy of this information.
U.S. Government. "Over 30,000 photographs, drawn from the holdings of the Western History and Genealogy Department at Denver Public Library, illuminate many aspects of the history of the American West. Most of the photographs were taken between 1860 and 1920. They illustrate Colorado towns and landscape, document the place of mining in the history of Colorado and the West, and show the lives of Native Americans from more than forty tribes living west of the Mississippi River."
Images of American Political History is a collection of over 500 public domain images offered through the Teaching Politics Techniques & Technologies web site (http://teachpol.tcnj.edu). Topics include elections and leaders; struggles for toleration, equality and rights; wars and conflicts; and politically important places and buildings. Images include photographs, drawings, paintings, and maps. The collection can be browsed chronologically or through one of several topical indexes.
The intent of the collection is to support the teaching of U.S. political history by providing quick access to uncopyrighted images for inclusion in teaching materials. Images are provided in two sizes and in JPEG format for easy retrieval and use. There are absolutely no restrictions on their use.
Online image database to broaden access to new constituencies by providing students, researchers, and the general public with direct access to important primary source material on the Plains Indian cultures currently only available by travel to Montana. Images were digitized and drawn from the library collections of three of the Montana State University campuses ( Bozeman, Billings, and Havre), the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, and Little Big Horn College in Crow Agency, Montana.
How to cite works from this database: A shared digital library of Native American images. Peterson, Elaine. "A shared digital library of Native American images" First Monday [Online], Volume 6 Number 4 (2 April 2001)
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U.S. government sites containing hundreds of thousands free and public domain images linking to image categories such as Air Force, forests, animals, Army, birds, coast guard, crops, fish, fire, fruits, geology, Indians, lab research, mammals, money, mountains, NASA, Navy, parks, plants, Presidents, space, storms, veggies, volcano's, war, wildlife, and much more.