Tintype of James La Muir, French-Chippewa cowboy-scout in Apache campaign Date: 1880? Negative Number 009997

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John Nelson and his family--scout, interpreter and guide.  Probably 1887, by Elliott and Fry (London).

John Nelson and his family--scout, interpreter and guide. Probably by Elliott and Fry (London).

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.

The Cherokee used to fear that taking a photo meant they would lose their soul in the picture( Ever wonder why so many indigenous people have the same beliefs?)

"In Winter, Kiowa", 1898 photo by Frank A. Rinehart - *sitting at the left - Ah-Keah-Boat (aka Jim Two Hatchet)

Mounted albumen studio image of seated chieftain in full feather headdress, holding a rifle. Original photographic plate appears etched "Osage Caddo" to lower left corner.

Flora Thundercloud Funmaker by Wisconsin Historical Images -- from the geometric ribbon work in her regalia, I believe she belongs to the Potawatomie People.  If not this Nation, then definitely from the Great Lakes area.

Flora Thundercloud Funmaker by Wisconsin Historical Images -- from the geometric ribbon work in her regalia, I believe she belongs to the HoChunk People. definitely from the Great Lakes area.

Wild West Historic Photos | Wild Bill

Wild Bill Hickok: From the Backwoods to the Wild West

Legendary "Wild Bill" Hickok, a sheriff and marshal in the American West who dated Calamity Jane and was friends with Buffalo Bill Cody, appearing in Cody's Wild West Show. Killed by Jack McCall in Deadwood, Dakota Territory in

COLONEL CARMEN AMELIA ROBLES, AN AFRICAN-MEXICAN WOMAN WHO WAS AN IMPORTANT LEADER DURING THE MEXICAN REVOLUTION.

"Colonel Carmen Amelia Robles, Afro Mexican Woman Leader in the Mexican Revolution" Mexico provided a safe haven for black Freedom Seekers. Mexicans fought in their defense to prevent the spread of slavery in what is currently known as Texas.

A Native American Princess.... Ho Chuck Nation Pow Wow, Black River Falls, Wisconsin.

Groups of Native American dancers at a Ho Chuck Nation Pow Wow in Black River Falls, Wisconsin. The photos were actually taken at three different Pow Wows over a three year period.

Image from http://ushistoryimages.com/images/sioux-native-americans/fullsize/sioux-native-americans-6.jpg.

The Changes in Native American Indian Clothing The Gloucestershire region of England produced most of the woolen cloth for the Indian trade.

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