Kaw Bark Lodge - ca. 1880 The Kansa/Kaw Tribe, are also known as "the wind people" The tribe originally lived along the lower Kansas River in villages consisting of conical-shaped lodges. The Kaw Tribe, formerly known as the Kansa (or Konza) at one time stretched over 20 million acres across northern Kansas into Nebraska and Missouri. In 1825, a treaty was signed by the Kanza Tribe in which the Tribe "agreed" to sell a large portion of its land base and relocated to a reservation near…

Kaw Bark Lodge - ca. 1880 The Kansa/Kaw Tribe, are also known as "the wind people" The tribe originally lived along the lower Kansas River in villages consisting of conical-shaped lodges. The Kaw Tribe, formerly known as the Kansa (or Konza) at one time stretched over 20 million acres across northern Kansas into Nebraska and Missouri. In 1825, a treaty was signed by the Kanza Tribe in which the Tribe "agreed" to sell a large portion of its land base and relocated to a reservation near…

Spokane named Tomeo Kamiakun, Spokane Washington :: American Indians of the Pacific Northwest

Spokane named Tomeo Kamiakun, Spokane Washington :: American Indians of the Pacific Northwest -- Image Portion

Red Pipe – Arapaho

Red Pipe – Arapaho

Picture of a Kansas / Kaw. Taken from http://www.warpaths2peacepipes.com/

Check out this site for an awesome picture of Kansas / Kaw Native American. A picture of Kansas / Kaw Native American from this famous Indian tribe. An illustrated history via this picture of Kansas / Kaw Indian.

Running Face (the son of Red Buffalo Cow) Ancestor of Cedric Red Feather Mandan - 1874

Running Face (the son of Red Buffalo Cow) - Mandan - 1874 ancestor of Cedric Mandan Red Feather

Kansa tribe, KAW Indian camp, 1872  (Source: Library of Congress)

Kansa tribe, KAW Indian camp, 1872 (Source: Library of Congress)

Harold J. Smith, aka Jay Silverheels Born: May 26, 1912, Died: March 5, 1980 Tribe: Mohawk Jay Silverheels was a Canadian Mohawk First Nations actor. He was well known for his role as Tonto, the faithful American Indian companion of the Lone Ranger in a long-running American television series. Silverheels was born Harold J. Smith on the Six Nations of the Grand River First Nation, near Brantford, Ontario, Canada, the son of a Canadian Mohawk Chief and military officer, A. G. E. Smith.

Harold J. Smith, aka Jay Silverheels Born: May Mohawk. Silverheels was an actor well known for his role as Tonto, the Indian companion of the Lone Ranger.

"Standing Elk (Omaha)" - Photo by Frank A. Rinehart, on the occasion of The Indian Congress occurred in conjunction with the Trans-Mississippi International Exposition of 1898, in Omaha, Nebraska, USA - (Photoshopped)

Young warrior Standing Elk, the son of Big Elk an Omaha Principal Chief. Photograph: Can you tell I have a bit of a trans time crush lol

Possibly the oldest known photographic image of a Native American camp in the Indian Territory, 1853. View of a Cheyenne village at Big Timbers, in present-day Colorado. Four large tipis stand at the edge of a wooded area. Frame with pemmican or hides hanging at the right; two figures, facing camera, standing to the left of center. - Identified as a daguerreotype by Solomon Carvalho taken during the Frïemont Expedition. Half plate daguerreotype, gold toned plate, 10.6 x 13.9 cm. United…

Possibly the oldest known photographic image of a Native American camp in the Indian Territory, this daguerreotype is believed to show a Plains Indian village in Kansas circa Attributed to Solomon Carvalho and reproduced by the studio of Matthew Brady.

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