Historic Hopi Kachina prints from the US Bureau of Ethnology. Hand-drawn and hand-colored by Native Americans in the 1890s. Native American Ethnographic Prints
Top, Wukokoti; bottom, KohoninoTop, Tcosbuci and Soyan Ep; bottom, NakiatcopTop, Kokopelli and Kokopelli mana; bottom, LapuktiTop, Macibol; bottom, Palulukon and TatcuktiTop, Figurines of corn maidens; bottom, Tacab Ana and ManaTop, Owanozrozro and Coto (Walpi); bottom, Coto (Oraibi)Top, Hopak and Mana; bottom, Kokyan Wuqti and Puukon KatcinaTop, Wupamau; bottom, Mucaias and Mucaias ManaTop, Puukon Hoya and Paluna Hoya; bottom, Tcanau and TuckubotAnya Katrina Manas grinding cornTop, Hokyana; bottom, Hokyana and ManaTop, Kokle; bottom, Citoto, Sumaikoli  and YayaTop, Kawikoli; bottom, Ciwikoli and Tacab (Naactadji)Top, A'hote and Aho'te; bottom, Patcosk and HototeTop, Tacab (Tenebidji) and Tacab (Yebitcai); bottom, Tacab and Kae KatcinaTop, Kee and Hotcani; bottom, Siwap and TawaTop, Kau; bottom, Muzribi and LenyaTop, Tcub and Cipomeli; bottom, SowinwuTop, Panwu; bottom, Tiwenu and KwewuTop, Tumae; bottom, Matia