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Chief American Horse (1840 – December 16, 1908) was a chieftain of the Oglala Lakota during the Sioux Wars of the 1870s. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Chief American Horse (1840 – December 16, 1908) was a chieftain of the Oglala Lakota during the Sioux Wars of the 1870s. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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Edward Sheriff Curtis     Quanah Parker, Quahahda Comanche Warrior and Leader    Undated

Edward Sheriff Curtis Quanah Parker, Quahahda Comanche Warrior and Leader Undated. Siblings were brother Peanuts and sister Prairie Flower. Read the book "Empire of the Summer Moon" by S.

"Iron Hawk", also known as Amos Little, was a Hunkpapa Sioux. Photographed in 1872. He born in Montana in 1862 & died after May 13, 1907

"Iron Hawk", also known as Amos Little, was a Hunkpapa Sioux. He born in Montana in 1862 & died after May when he gave an interview with Eli S. Richter "Iron Hawk's Story of the Battle, # 1 A Hunkpapa Sioux's account of the Battle of the Little Bighorn".

Image No: NA-1906-1  Title: "Joseph", Blackfoot man.  Date: [ca. 1887]  Photographer/Illustrator: Ross, Alexander J., Calgary, Alberta.  Subject(s): Blackfoot - Personalities / Blackfoot - Clothing / Firearms   Order this photo from Glenbow: ww2.glenbow.org/search/archivesPhotosResults.aspx?XC=/sea...  Search for 99,999 other historical photos at Glenbow: ww2.glenbow.org/search/archivesPhotosSearch.aspx

NA Indian -Chief Joseph, Blackfoot Man. This looks a staged photo. I wonder if it was taken in order to perpetuate a stereotype.

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The Donald C. & Elizabeth M. Dickinson Research Center

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