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A collection of Native American photos from various tribes and times

Jean Mayfield Cuevas
Looks so realistic that you think it is a photograph but instead it is a lovely piece of art drawn from a photo of a young Native American girl.

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Drawn (with permission) from a lovely photo by Buddha's Ghost.

Kicking Bear Sioux Indian Teaches Son Bow & Arrow, Native American - looks so much like Bob and our son

Kicking Bear Sioux Indian Teaches Son Bow & Arrow, Native American

Native American Indian girl ~ Katie Roubideaux, Rosebud Sioux, Katie Roubideaux Blue Thunder was the daughter of Louis Roubideaux, the official United States interpreter on the Rosebud Reservation in the late

Adorable child

Apache brothers - circa Old photos such as these allow us a glimpse of the past when western culture was not yet so deeply rooted, and the beauty of indigenous cultures was still prevalent. Clearly this image was staged as was the norm at that time. Native American Images, Native American Beauty, Native American Tribes, Native American History, American Indians, Indiana, Pierre Brice, Native Indian, First Nations

Apache 1880

Muskogee/Creek Queen Ella Monohwee - her family came to Oklahoma from South Georgia via the Trail of Tears . Part of the Federal Government's theft of the Native American Lands, 1838 and as part of Andrew Jackson's Indian removal policy.

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Muskogee/Creek Queen Ella Monohwee - her family came to Oklahoma from South Georgia via the Trail of Tears ... Part of the Federal Government's theft of the Native American Lands, 1838 and 1839, as part of Andrew Jackson's Indian removal policy. Faces of Your Ancient Blood. Honor those before - live like a royal princess ... raise daughters to be strong queens!

Naiche - Chiricahua Apache - 1877 ~j Native American Photos, Native American Tribes, American Indian Art, Native American History, American Indians, Native Americans, Indiana, Native Indian, Indian Tribes
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RARE PHOTO OF NAICHE

pogphotoarchives: “ Tsianina Blackstone, Cherokee singer, on patio of Fine Arts Museum during Santa Fe Fiesta August Santa Fe, New Mexico Date: 1925 Negative Number 011239 ”

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Tsianina Blackstone, Cherokee singer, on patio of Fine Arts Museum during Santa Fe Fiesta August 2-8, 1925, Santa Fe, New Mexico Date: 1925Negative Number 011239

Satank (Set-angya or Set-ankeah, translated as chief Topinabee A quiet Sitting Bear), was a prestigious Kiowa warrior and medicine man.

In 1875, Kiowa chief White Horse (Tsen-tainte) and a group of followers surrendered at Fort Sill, Indian Territory. White Horse had gained considerable notoriety during the early 1870s for his raids on Texas settlements, and was considered the "most dangerous man" among the Kiowas. White Horse was incarcerated at St. Augustine, Florida. He died of a stomach ailment in 1892 and was buried on the reservation near Fort Sill.

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

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

Kiowa Mother and Child. America - American History - Women's Rights - Child Labor - The Great Depression - Civil Rights - Native Americans - Slavery - American Indians.

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Sanay-ma (aka Red Snake), the wife of Domebo, and their son Andrew Domebo - Kiowa - circa 1895

Check out this site for interesting facts and information about the Nez Perce tribe. Food, clothing, homes, weapons and culture of the Nez Perce Plateau Native Indians. Information and interesting facts about the Nez Perce nation. Native American Clothing, Native American Beauty, Native American Photos, Native American History, American Indians, American Symbols, Lr Partner, Foto Art, Navajo
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Cayuse-Nez Percé-Umatilla-Klickitat-Yakama-Wishram. Klikitat (`Klik i tat) is derived from a Chinook term meaning “beyond” (the Cascade Mountains). Their self-designation was Qwulh-hwai-pum, “Prairie People”. The Klikitat were culturally similar to the Yakima. Klikitats lived and continue to live…

John Coleman - The Cowboy Artists of America

National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City, OK

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Mistress of Serpents. Vintage Photos of Snake Charmers Native American Pictures, Native American Beauty, Native American Tribes, American War, Native American History, American Indians, Native Americans, Indiana, Underground Railroad
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Pawnee family 1889

Taboonggwesha, a Native American (Shoshone) man -

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