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Dewey Beard with his wife and daughter. Lakota. ca. 1880-1900. Photo by Colorado Photo Company. Source - Denver Public Library. Dewey Beard was a survivor of the Battle of Little Bighorn and the Wounded Knee Massacre.

Dewey Beard with his wife and daughter Lakota. Colorado Photo Company Denver Public Library (Dewey Beard was a survivor of the Battle of Little Bighorn and the Wounded Knee Massacre)

Arapaho

In the Arapaho tribe, women were responsible for making their clothing, using buckskin and buffalo hide. Garments were decorated with paint, porcupine quills, and beadwork; and adorned with various ornaments.

vintage everyday: Beautiful Portraits of Native American Teen Girls From Between the 1870s and 1890s

Comanche: Needle Parker - The Beautiful and Accomplished Daughter of Quanah Parker and grand-daughter of Cynthia Ann Parker who kidnapped by the Indians as a child.

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Julia Goings, wife of Franc C. Goings, a Sioux interpreter for the performers in "The Red Man", poses with her children in front of a painted backdrop of Yellowstone Falls, in the dirt arena at the Empress Hall, at the Golden West and American Industries Exhibition, in Earl's Court, London, England. An unidentified Indian woman stands beside Julia who is holding the hand Leta Goings. The young boy is William Goings. Photo: 1909.

Julia Goings, wife of Franc C. Goings, a Sioux interpreter poses with her children and An unidentified Indian woman stands beside Julia who is holding the hand Leta Goings. The young boy is William Goings.

Photo: Black Elk and Elk -  Black Elk was involved in several battles with the U.S. cavalry. He participated, at about the age of twelve, in the Battle of Little Big Horn of 1876, and was injured in the Wounded Knee Massacre. He became a Medicine Man of the Oglala Sioux.

Black Elk and Elk, Oglala of the Oglala Lakota, photographed in London, England in their grass dance regalia while touring with Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, 1887

Topin Tone-oneo, daughter of Kicking Bird. The only one of the great Kiowa chief's children to survive him, she was with the first group of students sent to Carlisle Indian School in 1879.

Topin Tone-Oneo, Daughter of Kicking Bird. Only Child of Great Kiowa Chief to survive him. Topin w/ First Group of Native American Children sent to Carlisle Indian School in

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