I  N  D  E  X:   L  U  R  E    O  F    T  H  E    A  M E  R  I  C  A  N   W E  S  T
1. Kenneth M. Adams
    Juan Duran

2. Bryant Baker
    Pioneer Woman

3. Oscar Edmund Berninghaus
    Red Pepper Time

4. Albert Bierstadt
    Alaskan Coast Range

5. Albert Bierstadt
    Among the Sierra Nevada, California

6. Albert Bierstadt
    Sunrise in the Sierras

7. Ernest L. Blumenschein
    Picuris Mountain (Near Taos)

8. Ernest L. Blumenschein
    The Gift

9. Elbridge Ayer Burbank
    A-a-wah

10. Elbridge Ayer Burbank
      Ho-me-hep-no-my

11. Elbridge Ayer Burbank
      Pah-lah-wool-ey

12. Elbridge Ayer Burbank
      Poe-shom-ee

13. George Catlin
      Ball-play of the Choctaw—Ball Up

14. George Catlin
      Bear's Child

15. George Catlin
      Black Rock, a Two Kettle(?) Chief

16. George Catlin
      Catlin and His Indian Guide Approaching Buffalo under White Wolf Skins

17. George Catlin
      Co-ee-há-jo, a Chief

18. George Catlin
      Comanche Moving Camp, Dog Fight Enroute

19. George Catlin
      Comanche Village, Women Dressing Robes and Drying Meat

20. George Catlin
      Dying Buffalo Bull in a Snowdrift

21. George Catlin
      Mad Buffalo, Murderer of Two White Men

22. George Catlin
      Male Caribou, a Brave

23. George Catlin
      Mick-e-no-páh, Chief of the Tribe

24. George Catlin
      Midday Sun, a Pretty Girl

25. George Catlin
      Téh-tóot-sah (Better Known as Tohausen, Little Bluff), First Chief

26. George Catlin
      Tel-maz-há-za, a Warrior of Distinction

27. George Catlin
      The Cheyenne, a Republican Pawnee

28. George Catlin
      The Wolf, a Chief

29. George Catlin
      View on the St. Peter's River, Sioux Indians Pursuing a Stag in Their Canoes

30. George Catlin
      Wild Sage, a Wichita Woman

31. Norman S. Chamberlain
      Corn Dance, Taos Pueblo

32. Eanger Irving Couse
      Elk-Foot of the Taos Tribe

33. Catherine C. Critcher
      Indian Women Making Pottery

34. Andrew Dasburg
      Rolling Hills

35. W. Herbert Dunton
      Fall in the Foothills

36. William Penhallow Henderson
      Feast Day: San Juan Pueblo

37. E. Martin Hennings
      Homeward Bound

38. E. Martin Hennings
      Riders at Sunset

39. Victor Higgins
      Mountain Forms # 2

40. Edward Kemeys
      Bear

41. Edward Kemeys
      Buffalo and Wolves

42. Charles Bird King
      Young Omahaw, War Eagle, Little Missouri, and Pawnees

43. Gene Kloss
      Midwinter in the Sangre de Cristos

44. Emanuel Gottlieb Leutze
      Westward the Course of Empire Takes Its Way

45. Edmonia Lewis
      Old Arrow Maker

46. Hermon A. MacNeil
      A Primitive Chant to the Great Spirit

47. Thomas Moran
      Cliffs of the Upper Colorado River, Wyoming Territory

48. Thomas Moran
      Mist in Kanab Canyon, Utah

49. Thomas Moran
      rainbow over the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone

50. Charles Christian Nahl and August Wenderoth
      Miners in the Sierras

51. Louis Potter
      The Fire Dance

52. A. Phimister Proctor
      Pursued

53. Frederic Remington
      Fired On

54. Joseph Henry Sharp
      Making Sweet Grass Medicine, Blackfoot Ceremony

55. Joseph Henry Sharp
      Quinnah

56. Joseph Henry Sharp
      Sunset Dance—Ceremony to the Evening Sun

57. Joseph Henry Sharp
      The Voice of the Great Spirit

58. John Mix Stanley
      Black Knife, an Apache Warrior

59. John Mix Stanley
      Buffalo Hunt on the Southwestern Prairies

60. John Mix Stanley
      Osage Scalp Dance

61. Leon Trousset
      Old Mesilla Plaza

62. Walter Ufer
      Callers

63. Olin Levi Warner
      "Joseph," Hin-Mah-Toó-Yah-Lat-Kekht, Chief of the Nez Perce Indians

64. Olin Levi Warner
      "Lot," Chief of the Spokanes

65. Olin Levi Warner
      "Moses," Sulk-Tash-Kosha, "The Half Sun," Chief of the Okinokans

66. Olin Levi Warner
      Poor Crane, Ya-Tin-Ee-Ah-Witz, Chief of the Cayuses

67. Olin Levi Warner
      Sabina, Daughter of Kash Kash, a Cayuse

68. Olin Levi Warner
      Seltice, Chief of the Coeur d'Alênes

69. Olin Levi Warner
      Vincent, N-Che-Askwe, Chief of the Coeur d'Alênes

70. Olin Levi Warner
      "Young-Chief," a Cayuse Indian