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First Nations tipis on the Canadian prairie. These are Blackfoot tipis (Kainai, Siksika or Pikani), date, photographer and location unknown JE.

One of Arthur Rafton Canning’s many photographs of First Nations groups near Lethbridge, Alberta. Deposited in 1910 [copyright number Canada Through a Lens: the British Library Colonial Copyright Collection

I Stand With Standing Rock No DAPL (Dakota Access Pipeline)

I Stand With Standing Rock No DAPL (Dakota Access Pipeline) Link leads to OMTimes Radio and an interview with elders regarding NO DAPL.

Dances with Wolves (1990)

Dances with Wolves - Publicity still of Graham Greene. The image measures 2673 * 2677 pixels and was added on 3 September

August 07 2017 at 04:14PM from centuriespast

Piegan war-bonnet and coup-stick - 1910 The Piegan (Blackfoot: Piikáni) are an Algonquian people from the North American Great Plains.

The photo is by Roland W. Reed, and was taken in 1912. The picture shows two Indians beside burial platform.

Indian Burial You are viewing an original photograph of an Indian Burial. The photo is by Roland W. Reed, and was taken in The picture shows two Indians beside burial platform.

The Blackfoot Indians in New York City: Historic Photos from the Museum of the City of New York: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/lacy-schutz/the-blackfoot-indians-in-_b_847936.html#s263240

Blackfeet (Pikuni) group on the roof of the McAlpin Hotel in New York City - 1913 {Note: This was part of an Advertising Campaign sponsored by the Northern Pacific Railroad to encourage Tourists to visit Montana.

Native American symbols | Eve Warren : A History of...

At Thanksgiving, let's present additional high quality coloring pages for the kids that picture more about real-life American History than they may have been taught in school. We know that there were no such things as .

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