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 dog, not a wolf - unlike the myths created about wolves by settlers, Indians maintained a close and respectful relationship with wolves.

A pile of buffalo skulls; the US government tries to kill off the Indian's food supply.

Buffalo kill - America, military commanders ordered troops to kill buffalo - not for food, but to deny native Americans their source of food, push them into reservation life. Where millions of buffalo once roamed, only a few thousand animals remained.

Native Indians natural beauty in that photo

picture of Indians in Winter Camp. The picture was taken in and shows some Apsaroke Indians. I think this is an Edward Curtis Photograph

Native American Women

Navajo (Diné) mother tying her daughter's hair using brush. Undated Source - University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center.

Geronimo and Nieces. One of the first and best National Homeland Security Chiefs!  God Please Send America some men and women with backbone!  Like those that once walked her shorelines and deep forests!  For the spirit of defiance - a lesson they have provided for all our benefit.  For their example of fearlessness in the face of certain calamity!  Heroes!

Geronimo and Nieces - Native American From left,Eva Geronimo (daughter), Geronimo, Emily Chihuahua (daughter of Chief Chihuahua - before 1909

Quanah Parker was the last Chief of the Commanches.  He was never captured by the Army, but decided to surrender and lead his tribe into the white man's culture, only when he saw that there was no alternative

NA Indian chief-Quanah Parker was the last Chief of the Commanches. He was never captured by the Army, but decided to surrender and lead his tribe into the white man's culture, only when he saw that there was no alternative - Native American

Misconceptions ~ Teepees were widely used by the Great Plains tribes of North America, who lived a nomadic existence. Wigwams, on the other hand, were domed dwellings made of grass, cloth, and brush that were popular among the Native Americans of the Northeast and Southwest. American Indian dwelling varied immensely from region to region, and even from season to season.

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