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Studio photograph of Waco-Wichita Chief Buffalo Goad.

Studio photograph of Kiowa-Plains Apache Chief Pacer, also known as "Peso" or "Essa-queta." Photograph taken by William Stinson Soule in Fort Sill, Indian Territory in 1871.:

Studio photograph of Kiowa-Plains Apache Chief Pacer, also known as "Peso" or "Essa-queta." Photograph taken by William Stinson Soule in Fort Sill, Indian Territory in

Broken Arm, Restored Vintage Native American Photograph Reprint of Oglala Sioux Man

Broken Arm, Professionally Restored Vintage Native American Photograph Reprint of Oglala Sioux Man by Herman Heyn

Broken Arm, Restored Vintage Native American Photograph Reprint of Oglala Sioux Man

Studio Portrait of White Thunder, a Brule Sioux Native American. Date	1880 circa:

White Thunder, a Brule Sioux Native American, circa 1880

The Cherokee never had princesses. This is a concept based on European folktales and has no reality in Cherokee history and culture. In fact, Cherokee women were very powerful. They owned all the houses and fields, and they could marry and divorce as they pleased. Kinship was determined through the mother's line. Clan mothers administered justice in many matters. Beloved women were very special women chosen for their outstanding qualities. As in other aspects of Cherokee culture, there was a…

The Cherokee never had princesses. This is a concept based on European folktales and has no reality in Cherokee history and culture. In fact, Cherokee women were very powerful. They owned all the houses and fields, and they could marry and divorce as they pleased. Kinship was determined through the mother's line. Clan mothers administered justice in many matters. Beloved women were very special women chosen for their outstanding qualities. As in other aspects of Cherokee culture, there was a…

Apache Indian Girl - G.E.E Lindquist Native American ...

Apache Indian Girl - G.E.E Lindquist Native American ...

Penobscot man - circa 1910

Penobscot man - circa 1910

Yaqui women

Yaqui women

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Native Americans - Old Photos: Ojibwa woman near Watersmeet, Michigan - 1909

Princess Watawaso

Princess Watawaso

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Wood Burning - Native American Life

A masterpiece wood burning! The artist took more than three months to complete this work,

Tribus

Native American Indian - Old Photos L-R: Wasu Maza (aka Iron Hail, aka Dewey Beard) (Mniconjou) with his wife, Alice Lone Bear-Beard (Oglala) and their granddaughter, Celene Marie Not Help Him (Oglala/Mniconjou) - 1920

deep down they wish...

People may hate you for being different and not living by society's standards but deep down, they wish they had the courage to do the same.

Penobscot women from Indian Island, in Old Town, Maine. One is splitting ash for baskets, the other is weaving sweetgrass. Circa 1920.

Real Photo Post Card of two Penobscot women from Indian Island, in Old Town, Maine. One is splitting ash for baskets, the other is weaving sweetgrass.

WHITE THUNDER , 1872

Photographs of Native American Indians : White Thunder - Sicangu

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