breechcloth

Standing studio portrait of an unidentified Native American Ute man wearing moccasins, beaded leggings, breechcloth, beaded vest, decoratively stitched and beaded leather gloves with fringe, headdress, and a ferret(?) skin around his neck. - 1880/1910

Studio portrait of  Ba-keitz-ogie (Yellow Coyote), U.S. Army Scout 

a Native American (Chiricahua Apache) man. He holds a rifle and wears moccasin boots, a breechcloth, ammunition belt, and a kerchief on his head. Title and “one of the most notorious of the Chiricahuas; accused of numerous murders of white people. Negative made 1884-1885” hand-written on back of print.