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Ghost Dance: A sacrament of peace and hope carried on by the widows and the orphans of the planes. The dance was ended by the massacre at Wounded Knee on December 29, 1890.

Ghost Dance: A sacrament of peace and hope carried on by the widows and the orphans of the planes. The dance was ended by the massacre at Wounded Knee on December

Peran - Shoshone- 1884

Peran, Shoshone - ca. clear message to what is calling trump go back to your grandpa Fredrick's country Germany!

L-R: Irene Shoppenagon with her husband, Shoppenagon (aka David Shoppenagon)…

L-R: Irene Shoppenagon with her husband, David Shoppenagon and their daughter, Mary Shoppenagon near Grayling, Michigan - Ojibwa - sometime before the death of Mary Shoppenagon in 1899

Suquamish/Duwamish woman known as Janey Davis, Old Man House, Port Madison Indian Reservation, Washington, July 4, 1904. :: American Indians of the Pacific Northwest -- Edmond Meany collection UW. Caption in album: Janey, daughter of Old Indian John of Lake Union, Old Man House.

Suquamish/Duwamish woman known as Janey Davis, Old Man House, Port Madison Indian Reservation, Washington, July :: American Indians of the Pacific Northwest -- Image Portion

Salish (Flathead) Delegates to the Indian Congress. Antoine, Ashel, Mary Michel and Michel Kwikwita. 1898. Photo by F.A. Rinehart. Source - Omaha Public Library.

Salish (Flathead) Delegates to the Indian Congress. Antoine, Ashel, Mary Michel and Michel Kwikwita.

Wis-Ki-Ge-Amatyuk was a chief and holy man in the Potawatomi tribe. Geronimo, who had heard rumors of Wis-Ki-Ge-Amatyuk's magic powers, was intrigued and wanted to meet the chief and holy man. - Photo taken by Jesse Nusbaum, anthropologist, 1921. (Original)

Wis-Ki-Ge-Amatyuk was a Chief and Holy Man of the Potawatomi tribe. Geronimo heard of Wis-Ki-Ge-Amatyuk's powers, and was intrigued. He sought to meet the Chief and Holy Man. This photo of Wis-Ki-Ge-Amatyuk taken by Jesse Nusbaum, Anthropologist,

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