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Papago women – 1900. The Tohono O'odham are a group of Native American people who reside primarily in the Sonoran Desert of the southeastern Arizona and northwest Mexico. "Tohono O'odham" means "Desert People." Although they were previously known as the Papago, they have largely rejected this name (meaning literally "tepary-bean eater"), which was applied to them by conquistadores,

Papago women – 1900. The Tohono O'odham are a group of Native American people who reside primarily in the Sonoran Desert of the southeastern Arizona and northwest Mexico. "Tohono O'odham" means "Desert People." Although they were previously known as the Papago, they have largely rejected this name (meaning literally "tepary-bean eater"), which was applied to them by conquistadores,

Stunning fifteen year old Papago woman/girl, Josepha Rios, Born 1879. Photo: 1894. Josepha's home was at San Xavier Reservation, in Arizona. ~ Repinned via Ruth Schee

Stunning fifteen year old Papago woman/girl, Josepha Rios, Born 1879. Photo: 1894. Josepha's home was at San Xavier Reservation, in Arizona. ~ Repinned via Ruth Schee

Ioway Indian woman in front of a mat lodge (indian house)

Ioway Indian woman in front of a mat lodge (indian house)

A Seminole Indian bride and groom (ca. 1920). | Florida Memory

A Seminole Indian bride and groom (ca. 1920). | Florida Memory

Here we present an historic image of a Navaho Indian Hogan. It was taken in 1905 by Edward S. Curtis.    The image shows a traditional Native American Dwelling.    We have created this collection of images primarily to serve as an easy to access educational tool. Contact curator@old-picture.com.

Here we present an historic image of a Navaho Indian Hogan. It was taken in 1905 by Edward S. Curtis. The image shows a traditional Native American Dwelling. We have created this collection of images primarily to serve as an easy to access educational tool. Contact curator@old-picture.com.

Beautiful young woman, photo taken at Crow Fair - by TOSHOGRAPHY

Beautiful young woman, photo taken at Crow Fair - by TOSHOGRAPHY

The Trail of Tears, the long journey Cherokee Indians took to get to Oklahoma.

The Trail of Tears, the long journey Cherokee Indians took to get to Oklahoma.

"Guess what they had on the menu? Indian fry bread! Yep. For five dollars... Crazy! They had the fry bread on this fancy plate and I ate it with this fancy fork and knife. And I just kept imagining there was some Flathead Indian grandma in the kitchen, just making fry bread for all the room service people. It was a dream come true."  (Photo not attributed to Flathead Indian tribe)

"Guess what they had on the menu? Indian fry bread! Yep. For five dollars... Crazy! They had the fry bread on this fancy plate and I ate it with this fancy fork and knife. And I just kept imagining there was some Flathead Indian grandma in the kitchen, just making fry bread for all the room service people. It was a dream come true." (Photo not attributed to Flathead Indian tribe)

Dr. Ofelia Zepeda, who is one busy woman. She's a linguists teacher, the author of the book, A Papago Grammar (the native language of the Tohono O'odham language), which was banned in 2012 by the Tucson schools. She's also an editor as well as Tuscon's Poet Laureate.

Dr. Ofelia Zepeda, who is one busy woman. She's a linguists teacher, the author of the book, A Papago Grammar (the native language of the Tohono O'odham language), which was banned in 2012 by the Tucson schools. She's also an editor as well as Tuscon's Poet Laureate.

Family encamped near the head of Medicine Lodge Creek in Idaho; husband, wife, and five children sit under a partially covered tipi.  Culture/People:    Sheep Eater Shoshone  Date created:    June 11, 1871  Photographer:    attributed to William Henry Jackson, Non-Indian, 1843-1942

Family encamped near the head of Medicine Lodge Creek in Idaho; husband, wife, and five children sit under a partially covered tipi. Culture/People: Sheep Eater Shoshone Date created: June 11, 1871 Photographer: attributed to William Henry Jackson, Non-Indian, 1843-1942

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