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Wrinkled Meat, medicine man from Cass Lake

John Smith, Chippewa Indian who lived in the Cass Lake area (Minnesota) is reputed to have died February 1922 at the age of

Around 1930 the petroglyphs were marked with chalk so they could be photographed. Acid rains have now eroded many of the images. Credit: Cou...

The Tsul' kalu is a slant-eyed giant of Cherokee myth. The Cherokee say that Judaculla Rock, a petroglyph-covered outcropping of soapstone in Jackson County, North Carolina, was created when Tsul' kula jumped from a ridge into the valley below.

Une rare élégance

John Bushman, a Salish woman on the Flathead Indian Reservation in western Montana. A group of teepees is in the distance at the base of a ridge of mountains. Photographed c. A beautiful dress!

algonquians indians tribes | Ojibwe Indians in a maple syrup camp

‘ “Sinzibuckwud’ is the Algonquin name for maple syrup. The literal translation is “drawn from the wood”. Early in the century, the First Nations people shared th…

Unidentified women of the Chippewa Nation tanning hides. No date, location, or additional information.

Free archive of historic Native American Indian Tribes Photographs, Pictures and Images. Photographs promote the Native American Tribes culture

1910's “Indian woman and owl, Blind River, Ontario” Blind River… what a goddamn beautiful name

Indian Woman with Owl . Blind River, Ontario, Canada -- I've always wondered what she was thinking, considering that the owl is not alive, or could have been sick. For some tribes the owl is a symbol of death -- a taboo to behold.

One of the earliest photos showing a Native American with a wolf - unlike the myths created about wolves by settlers, Indians maintained a close and respectful relationship with wolves.

One of the earliest photos showing a Native American with A tipi (also tepee and teepee) and a wolf - unlike the myths created about wolves by settlers, some Indians maintained a respectful relationship with wolves.

Emma Taylor: A master Cherokee basket weaver whose specialty was white oak baskets.  After learning how to make baskets in 1927, she produced them for more than half a century.  A day in the woods may yield three good trees

Emma Taylor: A master Cherokee basket weaver whose specialty was white oak baskets. After learning how to make baskets in she produced them for more than half a century. A day in the woods may yield three good trees

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