Utforsk disse og flere idéer!

Albumen Cabinet Card: Apache Chief "Yan-hah" Photograph. by W. P. Bliss of Fort Sill, Indian Territory c. 1879. He wears an Army musician's hat, jackets with shoulder boards, a large silver cross, and he holds a heart cut-out pipe tomahawk. Bliss' studio imprint and pencil title verso. A very desirable image. From the estate collection of E.F. Mueller.

Albumen Cabinet Card: Apache Chief "Yan-hah" Photograph. by W. P. Bliss of Fort Sill, Indian Territory c. 1879. He wears an Army musician's hat, jackets with shoulder boards, a large silver cross, and he holds a heart cut-out pipe tomahawk. Bliss' studio imprint and pencil title verso. A very desirable image. From the estate collection of E.F. Mueller.

1890 Apache Chief Antino Cabinet Photo by Buehman Hartwell Tuscon A T | eBay

1890 Apache Chief Antino Cabinet Photo By Buehman & Hartwell, Tuscon, A.T

1890 Apache Chief Antino Cabinet Photo by Buehman Hartwell Tuscon A T | eBay

Eskiminzin & wife

Eskiminzin & wife

Chief of Scouts Al Sieber is crippled for life after his leg stops a .45-70 slug during the Apache Kid melee.

Chief of Scouts Al Sieber is crippled for life after his leg stops a .45-70 slug during the Apache Kid melee.

Kas-tziden, more widely known by his Mexican appellation Nana, c.1800-1896 - Chiricahua Apache - 1889 - By Reed & Wallace.

Kas-tziden, more widely known by his Mexican appellation Nana, c.1800-1896 - Chiricahua Apache - 1889 - By Reed & Wallace.

Koon Kah Za Chy "Apache John", Naishan Dene or Kiowa Apache Chief

Koon Kah Za Chy "Apache John", Naishan Dene or Kiowa Apache Chief

Ka A TE Nay or 'Gait En EH' c1884 Indian Head Chief Warm Spring Apaches

Ka A TE Nay or 'Gait En EH' c1884 Indian Head Chief Warm Spring Apaches

Geronimo, the famous Apache chief, skinning the buffalo after the hunt Oklahoma, USA, 1909

Geronimo, the famous Apache chief, skinning the buffalo after the hunt Oklahoma, USA, 1909

Shoshone woman - The name "Shoshone" comes from Sosoni, a Shoshone word for high-growing grasses. Some neighboring tribes call the Shoshone "Grass House People," based on their traditional homes made from soshoni'. Shoshones called themselves Newe, meaning "People."  Meriwether Lewis recorded the tribe as the "Sosonees or snake Indians" in 1805

Shoshone woman - The name "Shoshone" comes from Sosoni, a Shoshone word for high-growing grasses. Some neighboring tribes call the Shoshone "Grass House People," based on their traditional homes made from soshoni'. Shoshones called themselves Newe, meaning "People." Meriwether Lewis recorded the tribe as the "Sosonees or snake Indians" in 1805

apache indian culture | Portrait of Oliver, Sargent of Scouts and Interpreter in Uniform n.d.

apache indian culture | Portrait of Oliver, Sargent of Scouts and Interpreter in Uniform n.d.

Pinterest
Søk