'Iron Bull, Mountain Crow Chief, and Wife' Photo | Art.com
Product Details The Print This photographic print leverages sophisticated digital technology to capture a level of detail that is absolutely stunning. The colors are vivid and pure. The high-quality archival paper, a favorite choice among professional photographers, has a refined luster quality. Product ID: 14511153A
Charles Chase Close To Lodge (Lakota) and Amos Little (Oglala) Performers with Buffalo Bills Wild West Show
An old photograph of Charles Chase Close To Lodge (Lakota) and Amos Little (Oglala) Performers with Buffalo Bills Wild West Show.
Cayuse Tribe of Washington and Oregon
Of the Waiilatpuan language stock, the Cayuse tribe was originally located in northeastern Oregon and southeastern Washington state.
Rarely Seen Photos Of Real Americans
Who would you consider to be the REAL Americans? Beware, when we get into this kind of discussion there are many mix views.
Historic Iroquois and Wabanaki Beadwork
Please read the ADDENDUM at the end of the posting. Over the past few years, an intriguing group of images from the Sanitary Commission Fair in Albany, New York have surfaced that depict a group of non-Natives who are dressed in outfits incorporating Iroquois designs along with examples of their beadwork. One dress in particular, worn by a Mrs. Clinton Ten Eyck (figure 1a), appears to be the identical dress worn by Caroline Parker, a Seneca beadworker, in a famous daguerreotype of her…