A Tuscarora chief

Accession number: donated by Ana Ball, December American Indian with Headdress and Drum; image shows Native American Indian dressed in traditional costume and playing drum; various artifacts are visible to the right.

Wishham Child

A vital photo of a Wishham Child. It was made in 1910 by Edward S. The illustration documents a Wishham Indian girl seated, wearing basket like hat, cotton plaid dress, shell beads decorated with silver dollars.

IROQUOIS Mohawk Chief Two-Axe  & his wife Konwakeri Kentiokokta, Caughnawaga (Kahnawaké) reservation, Québec, Canada, c.1910. Dominic Two-Axe became Chief of the Turtle Clan from Kahnawake about 1923. The couple had a girl, Mary Two-Axe Earley (1911-1996), who were an active militant for Native Women Rights. Real Photo Postcard edited c.1930-1950.

IROQUOIS Mohawk Martin Two-Axe & Mary Two Axe, Caughnawaga (Kahnawaké) reservation, Québec, Canada, Martin Two Axe was the constable and Mary Two-Axe Earley was an active militant for Native Women Rights.

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Historic image of Calico - an Oglala Indian in a Head-and-shoulders Portrait. It was taken in 1890 by Edward S. The image shows a captivating view of this Oglala Indian Brave.

Native American bows and arrows are classic cultural icons that are perfect for rustic southwest style and western home decor. Any wall can be brightened and personalized with the addition of a Native American bow, quivers and Indian arrows. The bows and arrows are great as Indian art for wall hangings and look fabulous over a fireplace or in a family room.  See more at http://www.missiondelrey.com/native-american-bows-quivers/

Native American bows and arrows are classic cultural icons that are perfect for rustic southwest style and western home decor. Any wall can be brightened and personalized with the addition of a Native

Chief White Bull. Sioux, born 1849, cousin of Sitting Bull. thought to have killed Custer

Chief White Bull of the Sioux Tribe was born in A cousin of Sitting Bull, he is thought to have killed General Custer.

Colville girls named Looty Scra-scra and Annie Sam, Colville Indian Reservation, Washington, ca. 1900-1910. :: American Indians of the Pacif...

Colville girls named Looty Scra-scra and Annie Sam, Colville Indian Reservation, Washington, ca. :: American Indians of the Pacific Northwest -- Image Portion

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Old Pictures of Native American in Early 1900s

dramatic photo of Bull Chief, an Indian Warrior. It was made in 1908 by Edward S. The illustration documents this Indian in a head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front. He is wearing a buffalo headdress with horns.

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