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A young traditionnal Wendat dancer performing at Wendake's Annual Pow Wow in summer; one of many activities going on around Hotel-Musée Premières Nations. 15 minutes from downtown Quebec City.

The Cherokee Indian Reservation is located on the edge of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and is the home of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. These Indians are descended from those who fled to the rugged heart of the Smokies to avoid the removal to Oklahoma. (Photo - Ramsey Walkingstick)  Cherokee Indian_white clothing by SC_postcard_trader, via Flickr

The Cherokee Indian Reservation is located on the edge of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and is the home of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Native Americans.

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1898 Portrait of Oto man, (George) Arkeketah, Head Chief. Part of Siouan (Sioux) and Otoe Tribes.

1898 Portrait of Oto man, (George) Arkeketah, Head Chief. Part of Siouan (Sioux) and Otoe Tribes.

American Indian's History: Shawnee and Cherokee and the Ancient Stone Graves and Burial Mounds

TO MICHAEL American Indian's History: Shawnee and Cherokee and the Ancient Stone Graves and Burial Mounds

Stephen W Emerick, Poet~Psychologist, Native American Flute Player playing before Chief Crazy Horse monument.

Stephen W Emerick, Poet~Psychologist, Native American Flute Player playing before Chief Crazy Horse monument.

The Lumbee are the present-day descendants of the Cheraw Tribe & have continuously existed in & around Robeson County since the early part of the 18th century. In 1885, the tribe was recognized as Indian by the State of North Carolina. The tribe has sought full federal recognition from the U.S. Government since 1888. In 1956, Congress passed the Lumbee Act, which recognized the tribe as Indian. However, the Act withheld the full benefits of federal recognition from the tribe.

The Lumbee are the present-day descendants of the Cheraw Tribe & have continuously existed in & around Robeson County since the early part of the 18th century. In 1885, the tribe was recognized as Indian by the State of North Carolina. The tribe has sought full federal recognition from the U.S. Government since 1888. In 1956, Congress passed the Lumbee Act, which recognized the tribe as Indian. However, the Act withheld the full benefits of federal recognition from the tribe.

Hoiio-Wotoma, Cheyenne, 1909. Colored carbon print. Photo by De Lancey W. Gill. Palace of the Governors Photo Archives 86994. Exhibit: May 18 to November 4, 2012.

Department of Cultural Affairs Media Center :: Media Bank :: Native American Portraits: Points of Inquiry :: Hoiio-Wotoma, Cheyenne

Every year the Mohawk people from Kahnawake, Quebec, gather together for a ceremony called a pow wow which attracts a lot of tourists from everywhere. Description from trekearth.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The Mohawk Indians were originally part of the Iroquois Five Nations. Today they live primarily on the Saint Regis Mohawk Reservation in New York, with a current population of

Taos pueblo woman, 1871 http://www.google.com/imgres?q=pueblo+indian=en=G=1044=704=isch=imvnse=RMkW0ZZT9wUyTM:=http://www.firstpeople.us/native-american/photographs/a-taos-pueblo-indian-30-sept-1871.html=3Xc7QvMV5l3yfM=http://www.firstpeople.us/native-american/photographs/A-Taos-Pueblo-Indian-30-sept-1871.jpg=600=984=4SYcT9

"Pueblo Indian of Taos". Taken at Taos, New Mexico, Elizabeth Town at the Feast of San Geronimo at Taos, September - National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution.

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